The History Department at Sacramento State prides itself both on its teaching and its scholarship, with several award-winning instructors and scholars on its faculty. The department hosts the only PhD program in the humanities offered by the CSU system (the Public History PhD run jointly with UC Santa Barbara) and active MA programs in History and Public History. At the undergraduate level, a History/ Social Science precredential program and a developing concentration in Public History complement the History BA. Sacramento is the state capital of California and one of the most diverse cities in the nation. As the heart of the region’s higher education community, Sacramento State is dedicated to access, anti-racism, academic excellence, and inclusion.
For more information about this department: https://www.csus.edu/college/arts-letters/history/
- Teach courses that cover the breadth of LatinX and/or ChicanX history.
- Teach additional courses including undergraduate survey courses in US history, historical methods seminars, and undergraduate and graduate seminars in LatinX and/or ChicanX history.
- Engage in research and scholarly activity related to LatinX and/or ChicanX history.
- Supervise undergraduate and graduate research.
- Advise students within the majors,.
- Serve on department, college, and university committees.
- Apply professional expertise to community service, including a willingness to advance Sacramento State’s Anchor University initiative.
- Required Qualifications
1. Ph.D. in History or related field. ABD will be considered. If ABD, degree must be completed by August 2021.
2. Demonstrated ability or potential to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in LatinX and/or ChicanX and US history and seminars in historical methods.
3. Demonstrated ability or potential to work effectively with a diverse undergraduate and graduate student population.
4. Demonstrated ability or potential for teaching and research excellence in LatinX and/or ChicanX history.
1. Ability to teach courses in public history.
2. High quality written communication as demonstrated by the application.
3. Evidence of scholarship and a commitment to research and engagement in public history.