Emory, Assistant professor, 15th-18th century philosophy

Oct 12, 2021 Dec 02, 2021

AOS: 15th through 18th Century philosophy, not including Kant
AOC: Open
Rank: Assistant Professor, tenure-track

The Department of Philosophy at Emory University seeks a scholar-teacher who is doing original, expansive work that engages texts within and beyond the traditional
canon of philosophy, and who is actively reimagining and reconstructing what philosophy can be.

The position involves a 2/2 teaching load with courses at every level (introductory to graduate), student advising (undergraduate and graduate), and departmental and
institutional service. Publication expectations are in keeping with Emory's standing as an R1 institution.

Review will begin on November 1st, but all applications received by December 1st will receive full consideration.

Application Instructions

To be considered, please provide: [a] a cover letter that explains how your teaching and research address the stated AOS,
an article length writing sample,
[c] a teaching statement and evidence of teaching experience, including teaching evaluations when possible,
[d] a statement that addresses how you approach inclusion and diversity in your teaching and research, and
[e] three letters of recommendation that speak to your promise as a researcher and teacher.

Review will begin on November 1st, but all applications received by December 1st will receive full consideration.
Please apply via Interfolio: website

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