Postdoctoral Fellowship, History of Medicine & the Center for Medical Humanities & Social Medicine, Johns Hopkins University

Postdoctoral Fellowship, History of Medicine & the Center for Medical Humanities & Social Medicine, Johns Hopkins University
The Department of the History of Medicine and the Center for Medical Humanities and Social Medicine (CMHSM), Johns Hopkins University, seeks applicants for a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in history of medicine and medical humanities. The fellow will have teaching and administrative responsibilities in the department’s online program in the history of medicine (OPHOM) which offers Certificate and MA degrees to part-time learners. The CMHSM is an interdisciplinary teaching and research unit that bridges the humanities, social sciences, and health sciences across the campuses of Johns Hopkins University to foster innovative, interdisciplinary scholarship and to train undergraduates, graduate students, and health professionals with skills to apply critical social analysis to the understanding of health and disease.
Duties include:
Teaching Responsibilities:
Programming Responsibilities:
The fellow will have protected time to pursue a sustained program of research and writing, mentored by Department and CMHSM faculty, and is expected to make progress towards publication goals.
The term of appointment is two years, beginning July 1, 2024. Salary: $60,000 plus benefits.
The successful candidate will have: Application Instructions
Applicants should submit a cover letter, C.V., sample syllabus, and dissertation chapter or other writing sample via Interfolio submission. Applications and related materials are due by Friday, March 15, 2024 Short-listed applicants will be requested to provide two letters of recommendation. Zoom interviews will be conducted in early April.
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Published: 01/18/2024