Open Rank Search in the department of International and Comparative Labor

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Employer
Cornell University
Location
Ithaca, NY
Posted
Sep 18, 2022
Closes
Sep 30, 2022
Ref
498663757
Specialty
Other
Position Type
Other
Hours
Full-time
Employment Type
Internship / Student
Organization Type
College / University
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The ILR School at Cornell University invites applications from scholars researching international, comparative, and transnational labor issues. We are particularly interested in scholars with expertise in Latin America and the Caribbean. We welcome applicants from a range of disciplines employing historical and archival approaches, ethnography and other qualitative methods, as well as quantitative and survey methods, including big data analytics. Thematic areas of interest include but are not limited to labor standards, slavery, labor migration, global supply chains, labor and ecology, unions, and labor politics. Candidates will be expected to contribute to team-taught introductory courses on labor and the global economy as well as a new regionally-focused course, "Introduction to Comparative and International Labor."

The ILR School is the world's leading college focused on work, employment and labor issues. Information about the ILR School is available at www.ilr.cornell.edu. Our faculty includes leading scholars from a number of disciplinary backgrounds who study a broad range of issues related to labor, employment and organizations. This job is based at Cornell University's campus in Ithaca, NY.

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To be considered, please apply via Academic Jobs Online at:

https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/22787

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter describing their research and teaching interests, a curriculum vitae, diversity and inclusion statement, and the names of three references. Short-listed candidates will be asked for writing samples and letters of reference. Applications from women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged.

Please submit applications by October 15, 2022. Questions about this position should be directed to Professor Eli Friedman, Search Committee Chair, at edf48@cornell.edu.

University Job Title:

Prof Asst

Job Family:

Professorial

Level:

No Grade - Annual

Pay Rate Type:

Salary

Pay Range:

Shared During Interview Process

Company:

Contact Name:

Brenda Herrling

Number of Openings:

0

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