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History of Hawai‘i and the Pacific Islands[]

University of Hawai‘i - West O‘ahu[]

  • tenure-track assistant professor position, starting in August 2015.
  • Candidate must have an earned doctorate in U.S. history, history of Hawai‘i, or history of the Pacific Islands.
  • Continuous review of applications beginning on October 31.
  • "This position will entail teaching upper and lower division courses in American history, introductory courses in world history, courses in the history of Hawai‘i and the Pacific Islands, and upper division courses outside the candidate’s specialization as needed."
  • Visit position posting at Work at UH for more details.

Australian History[]

University of Newcastle (Aus)[]

  • Lectureship (~tenured Asst/Assoc Prof) in Australian History
  • Skills and Experience: A PhD in an appropriate field. A track record of research excellence demonstrated through scholarly publication. Research in an aspect of the history of violence will be an added advantage. Demonstrated potential for success in competitive grant acquisition. Proven ability to deliver high-quality, innovative teaching and effective course administration; experience in online and blended delivery is desirable. Ability to teach into the History sequence of compulsory courses Capacity to supervise Honours and RHD candidates.
  • To apply please refer to - Position No. 2593
  • Deadline: 31 Oct. 2014

The University of Sydney (Aus.)[]

  • Lectureship (~tenured Asst/Assoc Prof) in Australian History
  • "The department invites applications for a Lecturer (Level B) in Australian History. The candidate must have been awarded a PhD in any aspect of Australian history and demonstrate the potential for outstanding scholarly achievement in her/his area of specialisation. The successful candidate will teach at all levels of the department's program, from first year and senior undergraduate units to the supervision of students at postgraduate level. Demonstrated ability to teach history units in twentieth-century Australian society and culture is essential. Applicants must have excellent communication skills and a commitment to teamwork in curriculum development and other areas of administration. Desirable attributes include experience in the supervision of research students and a commitment to innovation in learning and teaching, including blended learning environments."
  • Visit and search by the reference number 1021/0514 for more information and to apply.
  • Deadline: 11.30pm (Sydney time) 30 Jun. 2014