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Instructor (Human Rights and Social Justice) - Interdisciplinary Studies

Carleton University

Field of Specialization: Human Rights and Social Justice
Academic Unit: Interdisciplinary Studies
Category of Appointment: Term (One Year)
Rank/Position Title: Instructor I
Start Date: July 1, 2020
Closing Date: Review of applications will begin on February 28, 2020 and continue until the position is filled

About the Position:

The Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies invites applications from qualified candidates for a one-year term position in Human Rights and Social Justice at the rank of Instructor I beginning July 1, 2020.

The IIS invites applications from qualified candidates with a demonstrated interest and interdisciplinary research agenda in the area of Human Rights and Social Justice. The successful candidate will be expected to teach multiple courses in human rights foundations and theory, including political repression and political violence. The primary duties of this position are teaching and administration. There are no research requirements or expectations associated with the position.

About the Academic Unit:

The Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies (IIS) is the home of two interdisciplinary programs of study: Childhood and Youth Studies and Human Rights and Social Justice. IIS brings together faculty and students from across the campus who share research interests that cut across traditional disciplinary boundaries, in the arts, social and natural sciences.

Drawing from a wide range of interdisciplinary topics and approaches from the humanities and social sciences, the Human Rights and Social Justice program at Carleton University provides an overview of historical and contemporary human rights issues and their impact on human lives in different cultural contexts. The program offers students an opportunity to examine and critically assess the various strategies and mechanisms that have been used nationally and internationally to address these issues, including social movements, domestic legislation, international statutes, and human rights declarations and conventions.

To learn more about the Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies and the Human Rights and Social Justice program, visit: https://carleton.ca/iis/.

Qualifications:

The position requires an Ph.D. in Human Rights or a closely related field with a strong emphasis on human rights and/or social justice, and experience in teaching at the undergraduate level. Preferred candidates will possess evidence of excellence in teaching, a commitment to engaged pedagogy, and the ability to work effectively in a collaborative environment.

Application Instructions:

Applicants should send electronically the following in one combined PDF file: a cover letter of application, a curriculum vitae, and a teaching portfolio, including evidence of teaching performance and sample course outlines Applicants should also arrange to have three referees sent directly to the search committee. All materials, including letters of reference, should be directed to Dr. Julie C. Garlen, Acting Co-Director for Human Rights and Social Justice, Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies, and must be submitted electronically to iis@carleton.ca. Please reference the position in the e-mail subject line.

Please indicate in your application if you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada.

About Carleton University:

Carleton University is a dynamic and innovative research and teaching institution with a national and international reputation as a leader in collaborative teaching and learning, research and governance. With over 30,000 students in more than 100 programs of study, we encourage creative risk-taking, discovery, and the generation of transformative knowledge. We are proud to be one of the most accessible campuses in North America. Carleton’s Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities has been heralded as the gold standard for disability support services in Canada.

Carleton’s location in Ottawa, Ontario provides many opportunities for scholarship and research with numerous and diverse groups and institutions. Canada’s capital has a population of almost one million and reflects the country’s bilingual and multicultural character. To learn more about our university and the City of Ottawa, please visit www.carleton.ca/about.

Carleton University is committed to fostering diversity within its community as a source of excellence, cultural enrichment, and social strength. We welcome those who would contribute to the further diversification of our university including, but not limited to: women; visible minorities; First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples; persons with disabilities; and persons of any sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression. Carleton understands that career paths vary.  Legitimate career interruptions will in no way prejudice the assessment process and their impact will be carefully considered.

Applicants selected for an interview are asked to contact the Chair as soon as possible to discuss any accommodation requirements. Arrangements will be made in a timely manner.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. All positions are subject to budgetary approval.