The Department of History at New York University invites applications for the Elihu Rose Scholar in Modern Military History. The successful candidate will be appointed as a Faculty Fellow effective September 1, 2019, subject to budgetary and administrative approval. The appointment will be for one year, with the possibility of renewal for up to three years. Applicants who hold assistant professor positions at other universities are eligible to apply for a one-year appointment while on leave from home institutions. The committee welcomes applications from military historians, broadly defined, working on any geographical area. The Rose Scholar will teach one course per semester in military history, including one course on a major conflict of the nineteenth or twentieth century (geographic scope and focus are open). The Rose Scholar will be provided with funds in support of research and to organize public events on military history. Applicants must hold a PhD in History at the time of appointment and must have received the doctorate no earlier than 2014. Submit application via Interfolio (apply.interfolio.com/60109)with curriculum vitae, a letter of application, three references, and a writing sample (article, book chapter, or dissertation chapter). Review of applications will begin on a rolling basis.
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Submit application with curriculum vitae, a letter of application, three references, and a writing sample (article, book chapter, or dissertation chapter).
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Applicants must hold a PhD in History at the time of appointment and must have received the doctorate no earlier than 2014.