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Professor of Journalism (specializing in race and inequality; Open Track: Tenure-Track/Professional Practice; Open Rank: Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor)
Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism (www.journalism.columbia.edu) is seeking a professor of Journalism who specializes in reporting and writing about race and across socio-economic lines of difference (rank and track to be determined). The successful candidate should have a track record examining social inequities and imbalances in society relating to race, class, gender and/or other areas of diversity.The preference is for a candidate who will join the tenure track. That means someone who has the ability to produce a body of substantial work that will make a significant contribution to the field. The work could involve insights about African-American, Native American, Latinx or Asian-American issues, to name a few, and could be rooted in geographical are
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