Assistant Professor in History - Pre-Modern China

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Assistant Professor in History - Pre-Modern China
Department of History
New York University Arts and Science
 
The Department of History at New York University is seeking to hire for a full-time, tenure-track historian of pre-modern China at the rank of Assistant Professor, whose work concentrates on the pre-19th century Ming-Qing periods. Earlier chronological concentrations will also be considered. The Department is interested in scholars whose work can open to broader arenas of inquiry, whether that breadth is geographical, temporal, and/or theoretical. Sub-specialization is entirely open. To apply through
Interfolio (
http://apply.interfolio.com/52637), please submit letter of application, with c.v., and three letters of recommendation.  Application deadline is October 1, 2018. The position is to begin September 1, 2019, pending budgetary and administrative approval. Successful candidates will demonstrate a capacity for both research excellence and high-quality instruction in the classroom.

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