Al-Quds Bard, Palestine
Part-Time Undergraduate Faculty - Humanities & Practicing Arts DivisionApply Here: http://apply.interfolio.com/42472
Entering its fifteenth year of operation in Fall 2023, Al-Quds Bard College for Arts and Sciences (AQB) is an innovative program introducing a liberal arts undergraduate education to the West Bank, with an enrollment of approximately 331 undergraduate and graduate students. AQB’s undergraduate program, taught in English, is rigorous, culminating in a two-semester independent senior project, which, in many fields, is a demanding research paper. Graduates of AQB receive two degrees: a BA or a MAT from Al-Quds University and a BA or MAT from Bard College (New York).
AQB invites applications for part-time faculty across all programs and divisions of the College. This listing is for applications in Humanities & Practicing Arts, including Literature & Society and Media Studies.
We seek faculty whose teaching methods are student-centered, involving students in active discussion and group tasks to develop their reading, writing, speaking, and critical thinking skills in English. Candidates should be truly interdisciplinary—someone who will creatively and intellectually challenge the standard tropes of academic research.
- MA or PhD
- College-level teaching experience
- Enthusiasm for the mission of AQB to provide student-centered teaching, foster critical thinking, and incorporate writing into most courses
- Fluent English, ability to communicate in Arabic a plus
To apply, submit a CV; a cover letter that addresses your interest and background as it relates to this position; evidence of teaching effectiveness, such as student evaluations and syllabi; and one letter of reference. Please upload the documents to Interfolio at: http://apply.interfolio.com/42472.
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