Baruch College seeking instructor to teach a Survey of African History in Spring 2019, from January 25 to May 22, 2019 on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the 5.50 to 7.05 p.m. time slot. The Baruch College history department seeks an instructor to teach the undergraduate elective, HIS3060. Course description: “This course examines the issue of race and the thoughts and actions of African Americans from the Reconstruction period to the present. While a chronological approach is used, certain themes are paramount. Gender and class are crucial when examining the past, and an emphasis on social history will show how ordinary African Americans shaped America. Important topics include the Rise of Jim Crow, the Great Migration and Urban Development, the Black Women’s Club Movement, the Harlem Renaissance, the Civil Rights Movement, Black Power, and the role of people of African origins in the post-modern world.”
Maximum enrollment is 40. Instructors with an MA or PhD or who are graduate students will be considered. If interested, please send a CV to Chair of the History Department chair, firstname.lastname@example.org.