Teach a range of courses in the Humanities, including lower- and upper-division courses. In addition, you will hold regular office hours for students, work cooperatively with other department faculty, staff, and department chair, as well as participate in required course grading and assessment activities, etc.
Reading the World (HUM80) By studying the history, philosophy, and science of reading, we build a transdisciplinary, critical approach to the value of reading comparative, historical, and cross-cultural texts.
Activities and writing assignments enable students to understand the logical construction of arguments to become reflexive participants in reading.
Introduction to Digital Humanities (HUM95) A seminar course that explores how digital technologies create new possibilities for knowledge making in the humanities.
Students will engage in digital humanities research using a variety of multi-modal methods in order to explore how technologies can be harnessed to tell stories, connect information, raise awareness, and visualize complex ideas in interactive ways.
Human Life : Let’s Think About It (HUM101) Introduction to interdisciplinary comparative and creative studies. A range of methodologies will be explored through two contrasting subjects.
Students learn and synthesize approaches - geography, history, literature, arts, and social science - to achieve a holistic understanding of the topics.
Perspectives on the 20th Century : The West in a Global Context (HUM128) Literature and the arts of selected world cultures contextualized in significant events and concepts of the twentieth century, such as two world wars, totalitarian systems, the revolt against colonial powers, modernity and postmodernity, and the global challenge to western hegemony.
Candidate must demonstrate awareness and experience understanding the needs of a student population of great diversity in age, cultural background, ethnicity, primary language and academic preparation through inclusive course materials, teaching strategies and advisement.
All Faculty should be organizing their classes within the Canvas Learning Management System (LMS) , the official LMS provided for the SJSU community.
All classes at SJSU, whether online or not, must be anchored in the Canvas platform to ensure faculty-student connection in a common space as all students are directed to log in to Canvas for online access to their classes.
You will have access to this system prior to the semester start date.
Please be advised that an appointment is contingent upon budget and enrollment considerations and subject to order of assignment provisions in the collective bargaining agreement between California State University and California Faculty Association.
These provisions state the Order of Work, or the order in which available courses must be assigned to faculty, starting with tenure line faculty and ending with new lecturer appointees.
Salary Range - To commensurate with experience.
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