Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Position Opening: University of Redlands

The Department of Business Administration and Accounting at the University of Redlands in California has a tenure-track position, at open rank, of interest to business and economic historians. From the job announcement:
The candidate should hold a PhD or relevant terminal degree and be able to demonstrate excellence in teaching undergraduates, particularly sophomores and first-year students. The position will play a major role in introducing students to Capitalism generally and the history of the period 1870-1932 in the United States, while developing students’ skills in oral presentation, writing, and critical analysis. Candidates will be asked to demonstrate a firm grounding in historic concepts and facts, pertaining to one or more of the following fields: finance, management, industrial expansion, labor relations, trade, government regulation, and theories of capitalism. Candidates must be able to contrast past practices with current developments. 
Applicants should send a letter addressing their professional accomplishments, philosophy of teaching, current CV, evidence of student evaluations, a sample of professional writing or speaking, and three letters of reference to:
   Jack Osborn
   Hunsaker Chair of Management
   Department of Business
   University of Redlands
   PO Box 3080
   Redlands CA 92373-0999
   or via e-mail to
The full job announcement can be found on the Redlands website. Review of applications will begin on March 7, 2011.