Various Positions, Anthropology and Teachers College, Columbia University

*Open Rank Professor, Programs in Anthropology*
*Tenure-track Position in the Programs in Anthropology, Open Rank*
*Teachers College, Columbia University*

*Position: *Teachers College, Columbia University seeks a tenure-track
Assistant Professor or tenured open rank Professor in the Programs in
Anthropology with specialization in one or more of the following:
anthropology of education, medical anthropology, environmental
anthropology, or any aspect of anthropology when it directly addresses
current issues of policy or practice (migration, mental health, religion,
etc.). We seek an individual of outstanding accomplishment and/or promise
in research, teaching, advisement, and service.  Geographical area is open,
though preference will be given to research in Africa, the Middle East and

*Responsibilities: *Develop and maintain a vibrant program of research.
Teach graduate level courses such as anthropology of education, public
culture, social studies of science and technology, ethnographic analysis of
public policy, ethnographic research methods, etc.. Advise master’s
students. Advise doctoral students and supervise dissertations. Participate
actively in program administration, program development, and public
outreach/professional development efforts.

*Qualifications: *Earned doctorate in anthropology (including anthropology
and education or applied anthropology). We seek an individual whose
research and teaching are of the highest academic caliber. The individual
will have proven abilities and/or indicate substantial promise to
conceptualize, carry out, and publish field-defining research. S/he will
demonstrate excellence and/or future promise in teaching and advisement of
master’s and doctoral. S/he will demonstrate openness to and expertise in
(1) leadership/ collaborative engagement with peers and colleagues
committed to building an outstanding academic program, and (2) development
of a master’s program that may include blended course formats and an
internship program.

*To apply*: Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a copy of two relevant
writing samples (e.g., journal articles, book chapters, conference papers),
and three letters of recommendation.  Please include, with letter of
application, the names, titles, addresses, telephone numbers, and emails of
individuals writing letters of recommendation. An additional teaching
reference and/or statement of teaching interests is optional.  Address the
material to Professor John Allegrante, Search Committee Chair, Department
of International and Transcultural Studies, Box 211, 525 West 120th St.,
New York, NY 10027-6696. Email: *
<>*; Tel: 212-678-3763
*Search Timetable: *Review of applications will begin November 15 2015, and
continue until the search is completed. Appointment begins September 2016.


*Teachers College as an institution is committed to a policy of equal
opportunity in employment. In offering education, psychology, and health
studies, the College is committed to providing expanding employment
opportunities to persons of color, women, and persons with disabilities in
its own activities and in society. *