Outreach College Fall 2017
Term (15 weeks): September 5 to December 15, 2017
- Anth 152 Culture and Humanity
- Anth 300 Study of Contemporary Problems
- Anth 427 Food, Health, and Society
- Anth 464 Hawaiian Archaeology
We will entertain proposals to teach other courses in the department catalogue (not specialized proseminars), to be reviewed according to existing criteria and departmental needs.
You have the option of teaching a course (except 151 and 152) with a focus designation. More information on focus requirements can be found at http://www.hawaii.edu/gened/focus.htm.
- MA degree in anthropology or relevant social sciences discipline
- Demonstrated experience in an appropriate area of anthropology
- PhD candidate or PhD degree in Anthropology
- Demonstrated competence as a teacher with positive student responses
- Current or recent anthropological field research in Hawai'i, the Pacific, or Asia
- For online courses: Availability at some time during the term for face-to-face meetings with students who request appointments
- $1486 per credit hour
Applications will be accepted online only at http://surveys.socialsciences.hawaii.edu/ework/. Submit the Anthropology Lecturer Application Form available at http://www.anthropology.hawaii.edu/links/lecturerapp.pdf, curriculum vitae, most recent standardized course evaluations, and a detailed course syllabus. Three referees should email their letter, as an email attachment to <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Please indicate "Letter of Reference for xxxx" in the subject line. Letters written within the last three years need not be re-submitted if it is still relevant.
Continuous recruitment. Applications received by February 23, 2017 will be given priority.
Applicants are responsible for ensuring that all application materials are received by the deadline; incomplete applications will be excluded from consideration.