Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism: Hayek Visiting Scholar
The Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism (CISC) at Clemson University invites applications for a one-year, Hayek Visiting Scholar position (HVS) to begin August 2022.
The Hayek Visiting Scholar works and teaches in the CISC’s undergraduate Lyceum Program, which explores the classic texts of moral and political philosophy. The program encourages applicants whose teaching philosophy and research agenda fit with this mission.
The Hayek Visiting Scholar position, housed in the Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism (CISC), is designed to provide young or underplaced scholars with teaching, administrative, mentoring, and research/writing experience.
The teaching load for the HVS position will be 3-4 courses per academic year depending on the needs of the Lyceum Program. The Hayek Visiting Scholar will be expected to teach courses in Political Theory or in a secondary field as needed by the Lyceum Program and the Department of Political Science. The HVS will assist in administering the activities and scholarship of the Lyceum Program and the CISC, including the evaluation of applications or reading/editing CISC material.
The Hayek Visiting Scholar will also be expected to participate in the Lyceum Program’s Socratic Tutoring program by serving as a faculty mentor to a small number of Lyceum Scholars each semester. Finally, the HVS will also be expected to pursue an active research and writing agenda.
Applicants should have a Ph.D. or an anticipated Ph.D. completed by the beginning of the 2022-2023 academic year.
To apply, please submit the following materials:
- A curriculum vitae;
- a cover letter;
- a writing sample;
- and three letters of recommendation.
To ensure full consideration, please submit materials by June 10, 2022.
About the program:
Open to incoming freshmen, the Lyceum Program, a JMC partner program, is the first college program in the United States to use a Great Books approach to studying liberty, capitalism, the American Founding, and moral character. All Lyceum Scholars are assigned faculty “Socratic Tutors” who guide their intellectual development for their entire four-year education. The Program draws inspiration from the Lyceum School founded by Aristotle in ancient Greece. Lyceum Scholars study the moral principles of a free society, the political ideals of the American Founding and the economic foundations of capitalism.
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