Wayne State University, Art & Art History
Pre-Faculty Fellow in Art History
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POSITION: The College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts of Wayne State University is seeking qualified candidates for appointment as a Pre-Faculty Fellow in Art History in the James Pearson Duffy Department of Art and Art History, full-time, beginning no later than August 17, 2023. The Fellowship is part of the Wayne State Pathway to Faculty Program. The Pathway to Faculty program is an innovative initiative to diversify the professoriate at WSU. In this program, Pre-Faculty Fellows will be guided to and prepared for the acceptance of a tenure-track faculty position in the Department of Art and Art History. This includes mentorship in research and teaching at the university level. This is a 2-year Pre-Faculty Fellowship with the opportunity to teach in the second year. The position transitions to a tenure-track position following a review and meeting milestones established by the fellow’s mentorship committee.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: During the pre-faculty fellowship, the successful candidate will be expected to conduct scholarly research and publish research findings related to their area of expertise. Areas of interest may include one of the following: (1) art, architecture, and visual culture of the Islamic world, with a focus on art of the Islamic Mediterranean, West Asia or South Asia; or (2) art, architecture, and visual culture of the Americas, with a focus on underrepresented groups. The successful candidate will conduct a program of scholarly research and publication while working closely with a mentorship committee and will contribute to other aspects of the intellectual life of the university. During the second year of the pre-faculty fellowship a typical teaching load consists of one course per year with an increase in the third year. Fellows will participate in the Wayne State Pathway to Faculty Program to ensure a successful transition to a tenure-track position. Once moved into a tenure-track position, the fellow will have the opportunity to teach courses in their areas of expertise along with introductory level courses from the department’s general education offerings.Continuer la lecture de « Job – Wayne State University, Art & Art History, Pre-Faculty, Fellow in Art History (deadline : June 25th, 2023) »