Lecturer or Teaching Fellow for ‘World Civilisations and Texts’ (EXPIRED)
Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, Singapore University of Technology and Design
|Job category||Faculty (open rank) / Fixed term|
|AOS||World Civilisations and Texts|
Arabic and Islamic Philosophy
History of Philosophy
Philosophy of Language
Social and Political Philosophy
|Organization's reference number||503752|
The Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences program at the Singapore University of Technology and Design, a new research university established in collaboration with MIT, invites applications for a full-time lectureship in teaching a two-semester cross-cultural core course entitled 'World Civilizations and Texts'. Students are expected to read key texts from different regions and cultural groups and to engage in intensive discussions revolving around fundamental issues that emerge from the texts. The course goals include critical thinking and writing skills. The position requires a completed Ph.D. in a humanities discipline including comparative literature, history, philosophy, religious studies, or cultural studies. Applicants with knowledge of Chinese, South Asian, or Islamic literature and culture are especially welcome, but other areas of focus will be considered.
Applicants should be able to contextualize and teach both pre-modern and modern texts from one of these global cultures, as well as have a scholarly competence in a second global culture. Fluency in an East or South Asian language or Arabic a plus.
|How to apply|
|Application type||Unknown (see text above)|
|Application deadline||Saturday, March 23 2013 SGT|
|Web address for more information||http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AFC159/lecturer-teaching...|
|Time created||Sunday, September 2 2012, 9:13pm EST|
|Scheduled expiry date||Tuesday, January 1 2013, 5:13am SGT|
|Expired on||Sunday, March 24 2013, 10:06am SGT|
|Last updated||Saturday, March 23 2013, 10:06pm EST|
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