Job Announcement: Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of New Hampshire

University of New Hampshire, College of Liberal Arts, Department of Anthropology invites applications for a tenure track, Assistant Professor in sociocultural anthropology specializing in public health, development, and/or globalization in Africa or Asia starting in August 2016. The successful candidate will have an active research program, demonstrated scholarly productivity, a strong pedagogical commitment to undergraduate education, and the capacity to teach courses, including introduction to anthropology, research methods, and upper-level courses in candidate’s area of specialization.

UNH actively creates an educational environment that fosters diversity, inclusion and quality engagement for all.  A PhD in Anthropology or closely related qualitative field is required.  We seek a scholar who can offer hands-on applied learning opportunities, make significant research contributions including publications and securing external funding, who engages interdisciplinary questions and methods and can collaborate across disciplines with other departments and programs at UNH.  We welcome candidates with skill in creating and sustaining culturally diverse constituencies in the academic environment and the ability to cultivate external relations.

Please send curriculum vita, letter of interest discussing areas of research, teaching experience and prospective courses, and the contact information of three referees via email in PDF format to Department Coordinator,[email protected], not later than November 20, 2105.  Preliminary interviews will be conducted via Skype.

The University of New Hampshire is the state’s public research university providing high-quality undergraduate programs and graduate programs of distinction.  Its primary purpose is learning: students collaborating with faculty in teaching, research, creative expression, and service.  The University of New Hampshire has a national and international agenda and holds land-grant, sea-grant and space-grant charters.  From its main Durham campus and its college in Manchester, The University serves New Hampshire and the region through continuing education, cooperative extension, cultural outreach, economic development activities, and applied research. The University seeks excellence through diversity among its administrators, faculty, staff and students.  The University prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, or marital status.  Application by members of all underrepresented groups is encouraged.