Friday, January 24, 2020

U. Chicago Seeks Senior Lecturer for Program in Law, Letters, and Society

We have the following call for applications, from the University of Chicago:
The Social Sciences Collegiate Division at the University of Chicago is now accepting applications for a Senior Lecturer who will teach in the program in Law, Letters, and Society. This is a full-time, career-track teaching position with a renewable, three-year appointment beginning in 2020.
The program in Law, Letters, and Society (LLSO) is an undergraduate program concerned with law and legal systems, both historically and contemporaneously, that offers a major, courses, student research opportunities, and a variety of co-curricular activities. The program is designed to develop students’ analytical skills and enable an informed, critical examination of law broadly construed. LLSO has approximately 60 undergraduate majors and offers courses taught by instructors from diverse disciplines. The current foci of the program are the study of United States law and democracy, the comparative study of legal systems across time and space, international law, and political economy.
Read on here.

-- Karen Tani

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