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University of Tulsa seeks Assistant Professor in European History

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    Cian Stryker

    The Department of History at the University of Tulsa invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in European history, 1500 to the present, specialty open. PhD is required at the time of appointment. The position commences August 15, 2018.

    The History Department offers B.A., M.A., and combined BA/MA and MA/JD degrees, and features small class sizes. The successful candidate must be able to teach a survey of Modern European history as part of the University’s core curriculum in addition to undergraduate and graduate courses in his/her area of expertise. Comparative and transnational research and teaching is strongly encouraged, and ideal candidates will be able to participate in one or more of the following interdisciplinary programs: Medieval and Early Modern Studies (MEMS), Russian Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, Global Scholars, and Honors. Rich archival resources housed at TU’s Gilcrease Museum, the Helmerich Center for American Research, and McFarlin Library’s Special Collections are potential points of intellectual collaboration as well.

    Founded in 1894, The University of Tulsa is a top 50 private, independent, doctoral-degree granting institution that values excellence in scholarship and teaching. TU prides itself on being a diverse campus located in a thriving urban environment that features iconic cultural resources like the Woody Guthrie Center, Cain’s Ballroom, and the Gathering Place, a new 100-acre park along the Arkansas River.


    Applications will be reviewed beginning October 15, 2017, and will continue until the position is filled.

    The University of Tulsa is an Equal Opportunity Employer and dedicated to building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from individuals from underrepresented groups.

    Please submit the following application materials: CV, cover letter summarizing research and teaching accomplishments, article-length writing sample, and three letters of recommendation. Candidates should describe how multicultural issues have been or will be brought into courses.

    Questions may be directed to Professor Jon Arnold, Search Committee Chair, at

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