The Faculty of Liberal Arts Thammasat University Thailand invites applications for a full-time lectureship in the British and American Studies (BAS) International Programme at Tha Prachan
Campus. A multidisciplinary undergraduate degree conducted in English, the BAS major integrates the study of culture, literature, history, political dynamics, digital media, and
communication of the United States and the United Kingdom to help students become well rounded global citizens-workers in our digitally and globally interconnected world.
The teaching load is 3/3, with the option of summer instruction. Research assistance and promotion to assistant, associate, and full professor are highly prized and supported.
Qualified applicants will have a graduate degree (master’s or doctoral) that reflects expertise in international relations, foreign affairs, transnational studies, and/or global politics, along with
specializations in British politics, British government, and/or British economy. The academic field is open. Those who possess a PhD, experience teaching in diverse intercultural context, and
a background in British and/or American Studies will be highly desired.
To apply, please submit the following documents to Dr. Jiratorn Sakulwattana, Director of British and American Studies, at email@example.com:
- A letter of application
- Curriculum vitae
- A copy of your diploma (only required for candidates whose degree is conferred)
- A copy of your transcripts
- A copy of your passport
- Two letters of recommendation
- One scholarly writing sample (should not exceed 50 pages)
31th December 2022
Successful candidates will be contacted by email for an online interview and teaching demo via Zoom which will begin in early December 2022.
Please contact Dr. Jiratorn Sakulwattana at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
About Thammasat University
One of the leading large public research universities in Thailand, Thammasat University enrolls over 10,000 undergraduate students annually across 19 faculties (colleges): law, business, economics, social administration, sociology and anthropology, liberal arts, journalism and mass communication, science and technology, engineering, architecture and planning, fine and applied arts, medicine, allied health sciences, dentistry, nursing, public health, pharmacy, and learning sciences and education. The University prizes itself for its longstanding commitment to academic excellence; service to the community; and the promotion of arts, culture, social equality, social justice, and democratic principles.
The Tha Prachan Campus, where BAS is housed, is within walking distance to the major historical and cultural attractions and street food venues in Bangkok: The Grand Palace, the National Museum, Wang Lang Market, and the City Pillar Shrine.