Bentley University, Tenure track, Philosophy of Race/Gender
Oct 03, 2021 → Nov 02, 2021
Bentley University, Waltham, MA seeks an outstanding scholar whose research includes a demonstrable focus on the Philosophy of Race and/or Gender.
We welcome scholars who combine this focus with interests in other core areas of philosophy, such as Ethics or Metaphysics and Epistemology.
This is a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level. Start date: Fall 2022. Standard load for research-active tenure-track faculty is four undergraduate courses per year,
together with expectations of scholarly productivity and departmental and university service. AOS: Open, with a demonstrable focus on issues of race and/or gender.
Bentley University is a leader in the fusion of business and arts & sciences education, information technology, and business ethics; the department welcomes candidates whose
research and teaching builds on these strengths. While the department strives to offer a wide range of philosophy courses, most Bentley students major in a business discipline; the ideal
candidate will thrive in this environment.
As guided by our Academic Affairs Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Strategic Plan, Bentley University seeks to enhance our faculty capacity in the scholarship, pedagogy, and engagement
related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice. To achieve that, we are hiring a cohort of new faculty in multiple academic departments and disciplines with expertise in DEI.
This position is intended to be part of our DEI faculty cohort, which will enrich our DEI expertise across Business and the Liberal Arts & Sciences.
Completed Ph.D. by August 20th, 2022 required; competitive salary and full benefit package offered.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
All application materials must be submitted on-line at the following address:
The following materials are requested: cover letter, CV, research statement, sample of written work, statement of teaching method, evidence of teaching effectiveness,
and a minimum of three letters of reference that should be sent to: email
In addition to the materials noted above, applicants should also submit a one-page diversity statement that discusses past or future contributions to equity and inclusion in the
areas of research, teaching and/or outreach. Preference will be given to applications received on or before November 1st, 2021, but the search will remain open until the position is filled.
Initial interviews will be conducted virtually in early January.
For further information, contact the Chair of the Search Committee, Axel Seemann email