The postdoctoral fellow is expected to teach two undergraduate classes per year (one each Fall and Spring semester) as part of the established undergraduate teaching program in the School of History and Sociology. They should carry out independent research related to food, agriculture, or the environment in the twentieth or twenty-first centuries. Ideally the candidate will also be an active participant in the project “From Collection to Cultivation: Historical Perspectives on Crop Diversity and Food Security,” including by attending a monthly virtual meeting led by Professor Helen Anne Curry, which provides funding for the fellowship.
Ph.D. in history, sociology, or related discipline. The successful candidate will have a strong commitment to teaching excellence and an active program of research in the history or sociology of food, agriculture, or the environment.
How to Apply
For further details on this position and the School of History and Sociology at Georgia Tech, please consult the official job posting. Applications are to be submitted via Georgia Tech's Careers Site at https://hr.gatech.edu/careers (Job ID:268646). Interested and qualified individuals should apply by submitting:
We will begin reviewing application materials on March 15, 2024, but the search will continue until the position is filled. Requests for further information may be directed to Professor Helen Anne Curry (email@example.com).