Assistant Professor of Humanities in Islamic Studies — University of Louisville

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Assistant Professor of Humanities in Islamic Studies
University of Louisville

The University of Louisville invites applications for a tenure-track
position as Assistant Professor of Humanities in Islamic Studies with a
focus on religion and culture. Candidates must be qualified to teach
Islamic religion, thought, and culture within an interdisciplinary
humanities program. Area of specialization is open and may include the
history of Islamic thought and movements, theories of religion, art and
material culture, and/or gender and religion. Expertise in Islamic
textual traditions and in Islam in the global context is especially
desirable. Teaching load is four semester courses per year (2/2) and
will include classes at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The
successful candidate will be asked to contribute to a Global area within
the Humanities Ph.D. program and interdisciplinary programs in Middle
East and Islamic Studies, Asian Studies, and/or Pan-African Studies.

Qualified candidates should have a Ph.D. by June, 2013, evidence of
teaching experience, and a record of research and publications. The
position begins Fall, 2013. Applicants should submit a letter of
interest, curriculum vitae, and a sample of research through the
University of Louisville’s on-line portal at Three letters
of recommendation should be sent as e-mail attachments directly to:
Shari Gater ( Further questions concerning
this position may be directed to Shari Gater by email or at
502-852-0460. The University of Louisville is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer committed to diversity and, in
that spirit, seeks applications from a broad variety of candidates.

Apply Here:

Deadline for applications is November 01, 2012.

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