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Adjunct Instructor - International History (GSPIA)

University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
  • Job Code
    20006507

The Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA) seeks an adjunct instructor for two sections of a course in international history during the Fall 2021 semester.

Individual sections of GSPIA courses during the Fall 2021 semester will meet for three hours once per week over a period of 15 weeks, from late August to the middle of December. Evening teaching slots (6:00pm - 8:50pm) are available. The course the successful applicant will teach, along with the relevant course objectives, is described below. There will be some limited opportunity to tailor the course to the instructor's strengths through preparation and creative use of assignments and readings. Instructor's duties include coordinating with current faculty teaching International History, preparing a syllabus, leading class sessions, grading and commenting on students' work, and being available to meet in person or remotely with students outside of class. Enrollment is anticipated to be 20-25 students per section.

The successful applicant will have at least a Master's degree in a relevant field and previous post-secondary teaching experience. Preference will be given to candidates with previous experience teaching history at the Master's level.

While all applications must be submitted through Talent Center, informal inquiries about the position can be directed to Dr. Luke Condra, International Affairs Program Director and Associate Professor, at lcondra@pitt.edu .

Course on International History

This course is a required class for all students seeking a degree in International Affairs in the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh. It provides students with a survey of diplomatic and political international history from the late nineteenth century to the present that can help them understand the problems and challenges of policymaking in the international arena. Unlike graduate courses in traditional history departments, in which the emphasis is on how to "do" history, this course seeks to acquaint students in a policy school with the "what" of history-what happened-and prepare them to think rigorously about how history can be used to inform and improve policymaking in the current international environment. Course assignments help students develop both their understanding of the material and transferable analytical and communication skills.





Posted: 2021-01-05 Expires: 2021-02-03
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