The Johns Hopkins Department of Philosophy seeks two philosophers of outstanding international reputation to fill positions at the rank of tenured Professor or Associate Professor. Applications are welcomed and encouraged in all areas of specialization.
William H. Miller's transformative $75 million pledge to the Philosophy Department reflects his lifelong appreciation of the discipline, and his gift seeks to establish the Johns Hopkins Philosophy Department as one of the world's leading departments. These additions will continue a major expansion of the Department, resulting in at least nine new positions during the next several years.
The Department is conducting a broad and inclusive search and is committed to identifying candidates who through their research, teaching, and service will contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community.
Applications may be submitted through Interfolio at https://apply.interfolio.com/54124 using the Apply Now button and should include a cover letter or research statement, a CV, and a teaching statement. The search will remain open until the positions are filled; however, in order to receive full consideration in the first round, nominations should reach the department by October 21, 2019. Any questions about the search process should be directed to Alicia Myers at <email@example.com>."
Internal Number: A-54124-3
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