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University of Washington, Tacoma (WA) - Assistant Professor, American Politics and Public LawEdit

The University of Washington Tacoma invites applications for a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor in American Politics & Public Law, housed within the Division of Politics, Philosophy and Public Affairs in UWT's School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences. The successful candidate will address how power shapes systems of oppression in American law and politics. In particular, the successful candidate will research the relationship between law and marginalization on the basis of race, ethnicity, indigeneity or other social identities.

The ideal candidate will teach courses in American Politics, Race and the Law, Law in Society and other public law related courses. We seek a candidate ready to serve our diverse student populations, involve students in research, and initiate coursework engaging the community.  We seek someone eager to integrate new pedagogical techniques, and technologies into coursework. The position will primarily contribute to our two majors: Law & Policy and Politics, Philosophy, & Economics. Depending upon the successful candidate's expertise, this position may also contribute to other UWT majors, such as Ethnic, Gender and Labor Studies and American Studies. This is a full-time position with a 9-month service period.  The position begins September 15, 2019. The position requires an earned doctorate or foreign equivalent in Political Science, Sociology, History, Law, American Studies, or related field at the time of appointment, and is contingent on funding. Candidates in the final stages of their dissertation will be appointed on an acting basis.

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