San Francisco State University Biological Anthropology Lecturer
Anth 100: Introduction to Biological Anthropology. Human beings in relation to the animal kingdom and primates; geological time and human evolution; genetics and human variation. 3 units
Anth 302: Foundations of Human Variation. Examines the nature and extent of heritable differences among human populations from an evolutionary perspective. The role of genetics and environment in the formation of theses differences is considered, as well as the social and biological concept of race. 3 units.
Anth 531/731: Fossil Humans Practicum. The fossil evidence for human evolution. Comparative primate anatomy and function; skeletal morphology of hominid fossils. Ecological and geological settings. Trends and processes in human evolution. 4 units.
All Lecturer positions are temporary and do not confer academic rank. Salary is competitive and commensurate with professional experience and qualifications.
Application: Applicants are required to send a current Curriculum Vitae (including details of current and previous teaching experience: date of teaching, institution, class-size, the syllabus used), and the names, addresses, phone-numbers and emails of two referees who are in a position to comment the applicant’s current or previous teaching. Materials should be sent by mail or email to Dr. Cynthia Wilczak, Department of Anthropology, San Francisco State University, 1600 Holloway Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94132. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Applications will be accepted up to the beginning of spring term or until the posts are filled.
San Francisco State University
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