Asst Prof – International Studies/Middle East; Environment/Policy; North Carolina State, Nov 1 deadline

*Assistant Professor- International Studies/Middle East*

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences invites applications for a tenure-track position in International Studies at the rank of Assistant Professor with research focusing on Energy and/or Environment in the Middle East. The position will be a joint appointment with a 50%
commitment to International Studies and a 50% commitment to teaching Middle East studies courses within a disciplinary department. Tenure will be granted by the disciplinary department.

Applications are welcomed from scholars in the fields of Anthropology, History, Political Science or Sociology, or related fields. The College especially seeks applications from scholars who are prepared to assume major but not singular responsibility for the core and capstone courses
in the International Studies major. In addition, the College seeks scholars whose research covers the geographical area of the Middle East
and that is centered on issues pertaining to Energy and/or Environment within that area. For more information about the College please visit
this website ; for
information about the Middle East Studies Program visit this website; and for the International Studies
Program, see

Applicants for the position must hold the Ph.D. in an appropriate field and have some teaching experience. ABDs will be considered but preference is given to applicants who have completed their Ph.D. To
apply please visit: Applicants
should submit a letter of application that speaks to their
interdisciplinary and comparative/global interests and their research as
it pertains to Energy & Environment in the Middle East, a copy of their current CV, syllabi, and a representative sample of teaching evaluations online, as well as sending three letters of recommendation to: Allen Emory, International Studies Program Search Assistant, College of
Humanities and Social Sciences, North Carolina State University, CB
8101, Raleigh NC 27695-8101. Review of applications will begin on November 1, 2010.

AA/EOE NC State welcomes all persons without regard to sexual orientation. Individuals with disabilities desiring accommodations in the application process should contact NCSU Human Resources at 919-515-2135.