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Job: Assistant Professor/Associate Professor/Professor of Early Modern and Imperial Russian History (Columbia U)

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Field(s) of Specialization:Early Modern and Imperial Russian History  
Position Title:Open Rank: Assistant Professor/Associate Professor/Professor  Department:4012- A&S History  Department Number:4012  Location:Morningside  Summary Description:
The Department of History at Columbia University invites applications and nominations for a distinguished scholar at any rank, from tenure-track assistant professor through full professor with tenure, in the field of early modern and imperial Russian history, to begin July 1, 2015. All specializations are welcome. Teaching responsibilities will include undergraduate and graduate courses in the candidate's field of expertise and in the foundational curriculum of the department and of Columbia College; it is anticipated that the faculty member will also wish to take part in the scholarly community and programs of Columbia University's Harriman Institute of Russian, Eurasian and East European Studies.  
All applications must be made through Columbia University's Recruitment of Academic Personnel System (RAPS). Please upload the following required materials: cover letter of application, curriculum vitae, writing sample (article or book chapter), and a list of references (3).
Please note: Letters of reference will be requested at a later stage in the selection process.
The completion of the application process in RAPS is indicated by a confirmation number, which the applicant should retain.
For questions about the application process, please contact Najila Naderi atnn2159@columbia.edu

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