The successful applicant is expected to hold a Ph.D. in History, or in a related field, and a demonstrated record of innovative research (including the publication of at least one research monograph). In addition, the successful applicant will be responsible for teaching German history in its entirety, including advanced courses in a period that must include two centuries between 1400 and 2000.
Salary will be negotiable and commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Applications should be submitted electronically at Workday (McGill’s employment portal) at https://mcgill.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/mcgill_careers/job/Leacock-Building/Professor-German-History_JR0000016093 , and should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a research statement (500 words maximum) and three letters of reference.
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McGill University is an English-language institution, but a working knowledge of French is an asset.