Faculty Position in Legal Research and Writing Program
The University of Virginia School of Law seeks candidates for a non-tenure-track faculty position in the Legal Research and Writing Program. Duties include instructional responsibilities in legal research, legal writing, and oral advocacy; program planning; and supervision of student assistants. The preferred start date is between November 1, 2014, and January 1, 2015.
J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school and demonstrated ability in legal research and writing is required. Prior teaching experience is preferred.
Apply on-line at http://jobs.virginia.edu (Posting Number 0614635).
The University of Virginia is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
TBS welcomes submissions on all topics of interest to black studies. We are particularly interested in submissions on the following topics:
Health and Healthcare
‘New’ African Americans
Museums and National Parks
Urban history/Local community studies
Studies of local struggles
Histories of Black/Africana Studies units
Studies of Black Radicals and Black radicalism
Studies of Black/Africana Studies units outside of the U.S.
Studies of the growing class divide in African American and within Black communities across the Africa and its diaspora
To submit material, please follow the journal’s submission guidelines.
THE BLACK SCHOLAR is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal providing cogent articles that help the understanding of issues of social concern to black Americans and other peoples of African descent across the world. To provide full range for the development of black thought in a climate where fora are still limited, we emphasize writings by black authors. The journal was launched in 1969 with the premise that black authors, scholars, artists and activists could participate in dialogue within its pages, “uniting the academy and the street.” Its editors have been dedicated to finding and developing new talent and continuing to publish established authors. TBS is now a refereed journal. Nonetheless, it retains its policy of publishing non-academic organic intellectuals from a variety of vocations and avocations.
TBS (ISSN 0006-4246) is published three times a year by the Black World Foundation, a non-profit educational organization, in association with Paradigm Publishers in Boulder, Colorado.
Editorial Mailing Address: The Black Scholar, Box #1001, 4739 University Way N.E., Seattle, WA 98105-4412