“University Race and Social Determinants of Equity and Well-being Cluster Hire and Retention Initiative”
The left just keeps expanding its agenda within the curriculum at many schools. This is just one example.
The College Fix reports:
U. Pittsburgh seeks professor of ‘structural racism’ and ‘oppression’
The University of Pittsburgh is seeking an assistant professor for its political science department — one who deals with the “subfield” of structural racism, oppression and the black political experience … “conceived domestically, comparatively, or globally.”
According to the job posting, the university “encourages” applications from academics involved with
… problems of racial oppression and racialized inequalities and hierarchies – in race and ethnic politics, in political behavior, in political economy, in international and transnational politics, in global or domestic institutions (of the US or other countries), as well as any other topic related to our theme (including inequalities in cities, health, education, and technology).
The posting also notes that “in the coming years” the (poli-sci) department wants to add three hires for its “University Race and Social Determinants of Equity and Well-being Cluster Hire and Retention Initiative.” This would be coordinated with a cluster in “Race Representation, and Anti-Black and Systemic Racism.”
Some of the “desirable research and teaching interests” Pitt seeks in interested applicants include “race and ethnic politics, identity, democratic behavior, activism and collective action […] technology policy or algorithmic bias, environmental justice [and] post-colonialism/post-imperialism.”
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