University of Hartford Jackie McLean Pre-/Postdoctoral Fellowship in History 2017-18

Deadline: January 29

Length: 1 year

Comments: “Responsibilities include teaching one course per semester, conducting research or creative scholarship toward the completion of their degree or as a follow-up to their graduate work, giving at least one performance or presentation to the University and/or Hartford community, mentoring students and/or student organizations”; “Established in the name of the world-renowned alto saxophonist, educator, composer, and community activist Jackie McLean, founder of the African-American music department and the Jazz Studies degree program at the University of Hartford, the fellowship plays a key role in the University’s efforts to diversify its faculty and advance the cultural competence of the campus community.” “The Department of History is particularly interested in candidates with research and/or teaching interests in U.S. history to 1865, U.S. women’s history, African-American history, and the history of gender and sexuality.  Desirable additional teaching fields include Latin-American history or Latino/a history.”



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