The Digital Studies Institute is searching for a full-time lecturer beginning in the Fall 2020 semester (September 1) to teach courses that will substantially add to our undergraduate curriculum. In particular, we are looking for classes in any of the following areas: Race/Gender/Class & Digital Access, Video Games, Game Culture & Industries, Apps and Mobile Media, Social Media, Digital Humanities, and/or Digital Rhetoric.
This lecturer will serve as the primary departmental advisor for the 100 undergraduate students minoring in digital studies. The lecturer will also work with the staff in the Digital Studies Institute to plan events (guest speakers, alumni panels, discussions about applying to graduate programs, etc.) geared towards our undergraduate students minoring in Digital Studies and collaborate with other departments for internships.
Ph.D. in the humanities or social science with a focus on digital culture Experience teaching courses on digital culture. The successful candidate must have cutting edge and contemporary knowledge and experience in research and teaching in the field.