Deadline: December 31
Length: 1 year
Comments: “The Fellowship Program offers a unique opportunity to work in a university environment that is committed to creating learning environments in which students of all backgrounds can thrive, and one that demands that the ideals of inclusion, equity, diversity and excellence be pursued as interconnected and interdependent goals.”
Deadline: December 20
Comments: “We seek an expert in French literature and culture with a love of teaching. Preference will be given to candidates who can teach Caribbean or Francophone African literature.”
Deadline: December 8 “for best consideration” (posted on Higher Ed Jobs 12/8)
Comments: “Candidates should be innovative scholar-teachers who conceptualize race/ethnicity, migration, and indigeneity in intersectional ways and who work to cross-pollinate ideas among various fields of inquiry. Candidates working on topics such as social movements; intersectional feminism(s); border politics (US-Mexican and US-Canadian); citizenship; Latino/a, Asian American, and Afro-Indigenous communities; Asian American and/or Pacific Islander literature, religion, and media representations are particularly urged to apply.”
Deadline: December 31
Comments: Requirements include ”
- Ph.D. in American Studies or related field, preference will be given to applicants with a PhD within a field currently within the College of Letters and Science by start date.
- Expertise in comparative multi-ethnic studies, or non-US perspectives on American culture.
- Potential to publish high-quality, original scholarship in peer-reviewed publications.
- Potential to excel as a teacher and mentor at both the undergraduate and graduate level.
- Evidence of scholarly achievements commensurate with experience.
- Evidence of excellence in teaching
Deadline: December 11
Comments: “Particular expertise/competency and/or research interests desires in the areas of Feminist/Womanist Theology, African/African-American/Caribbean/Eastern Religion, comparative religion, and cultural/race theory.”
Deadline: December 15
Comments: “In addition to teaching and developing courses in their area of specialization, the successful candidate will teach surveys in at least one of Canadian, American, or European History. The ideal candidate will be familiar with the history and worldviews of Nēhiyaw, Nakota Sioux, Dene, Anishinabeg, Inuit, and Metis people.”
Deadline: December 4
Comments: Preference for senior scholars; part of cluster hire. “Joint appointments or single-department appointments are available among the departments participating in this cluster hire, including the Departments of Africana Studies, Art History, English, and History–with established, rich interdisciplinary collaborations possible among and beyond these interconnected scholarly communities.”
Deadline: December 1
Comments: ” The search will consider scholars whose work focuses on the United States, past or present, as well as those who use comparative and transnational indigenous studies frameworks in relation to the United States. Scholars whose work intersects with gender and sexuality studies, indigenous feminism, visual culture, literary studies, critical race studies, and new media are of particular interest, but scholars with expertise in any area of Native American and Indigenous Studies will receive full consideration.”
Deadline: December 15
Comments: “specializing in Black Studies, including but not limited to African American literatures, Africana Studies, Anglophone Caribbean literature, or Afro-Mestizaje. We welcome applications from candidates specializing in any period who can help develop our offerings in Black Studies. Preferred secondary specialties include critical race theory, gender and sexuality studies, performance studies, or cultural rhetorics. The ability to contribute to the University’s new minor in Mexican American, Latinx and Borderland Studies is desirable.”
Deadline: December 14
Comments: Seeking candidates with “specialization in the history of philosophy and any of the following: African American Philosophy, Latin American Philosophy, Native American Philosophy, or philosophy of race (broadly construed). The department seeks competency in one or more of the following areas: philosophy of law, philosophy of science and/or specialized sciences, formal logic, and/or social/political philosophy.”