wASHINGTON ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL ANTHROPOLOGISTS

Teaching Opportunity at George Mason, Spring 2023: Globalization in/of Africa

19 Sep 2022 12:05 PM | Cortney Hughes Rinker

The Global Affairs Program at George Mason is in need of an instructor for its graduate course at the Master's Level, GLOA 615: Globalization in/of Africa in Spring 2023 (January 12-May 18, 2023), scheduled for Wednesday 7:20-10:00pm EST at the Fairfax campus. This is a graduate seminar, and while GLOA 615 (Case Studies in Globalization) has a set of expectations and shared learning outcomes, the instructor can choose how to achieve those through the empirical materials and assignments given that each section has its own topic. (This course was originally to be taught by a cultural anthropologist, but they are now going to be on leave.) PhD in relevant discipline is required. Pay is commensurate with experience and based on the university approved scale. Global Affairs is also able to pay for parking and the part-time faculty member will have access to Mason's resources and campuses. If interested, please send a CV to Cortney Hughes Rinker, chughe13@gmu.edu, the Director of the Global Affairs Program. Preference is to assign an instructor by mid- to late-October. Global Affairs is an interdisciplinary program housed in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences with faculty coming from various disciplines, including anthropology, sociology, communication, political science, geography, cultural studies, and literature, and offers a BA and MA. Thank you!

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