[Here’s part of a job announcement of interest to legal historians. Full announcement here. DRE.]
Yale-NUS College is a highly selective liberal arts college in Singapore. Co-founded by YaleUniversity and the National University of Singapore, the
College is committed to excellence in research and teaching in a full
residential programme that integrates living and learning. Its
curriculum educates students in Asian and Western intellectual
traditions as well as current scientific thought. A student body of 1000
undergraduates from over 60 countries engages with 100 outstanding
faculty from around the world through small classes and hands-on
research. Students and faculty also have access to the wider resources
of two world-leading research universities.
The College invites outstanding applications for at least one tenure-track position in the social sciences. Candidates would teach in the Double-degree Programme in Law and Liberal Arts.
Applicants should have a PhD in a relevant field, such as law and society, sociology, anthropology, politics, or history (a law degree is not expected) and demonstrate an outstanding track record for their career stage in the interdisciplinary study of law, such as (but not limited to) law and society, sociology of law, anthropology of law, law and courts, or legal history. In particular, we welcome applicants who can teach qualitative methods for interdisciplinary research on law and modules in Yale-NUS’s flagship common curriculum, such as Comparative Social Inquiry and Modern Social Thought.
[H/t: Donal Coffey and Joanna Grisinger.]