University of Illinois-Chicago Assistant Professorship in Disability and Human Development

Deadline: November 15

Length: Tenure track

Comments: “The applicant should teach disability studies in the humanities with an interdisciplinary approach in one or more of these areas: cultural studies, gender and women’s studies, queer/crip studies, neurodiversity, race and ethnicity, mad studies, Deaf studies, intersectional analysis. Within these interdisciplinary approaches we are looking for someone who specializes in the study of literature, media, and/or film from the point of view of US or non-US context.”


McGill University Assistant Professorship in Cultural Analytics

Deadline: December 15

Length: Tenure-track

Comments: The “primary area of specialization in the field of cultural analytics and digital humanities. Candidates may be working in a variety of subfields across the humanities and social sciences, including literature, history, anthropology, music, photography, art history, cinema, linguistics, information studies, and cultural or media studies, and must have a demonstrable research program that uses computational analysis for the study of culture. Special emphasis should be given to methods that connect with critical approaches to cultural study, such as feminist, post-colonial, transnational, Indigenous, queer-, disability-, or race-theoretical, or other approaches that address questions of social justice and/or inequality.


Emory University Visiting/Dissertation Completion Fellowship

Deadline: February 7

Length: 1 year

Comments: “We are interested in supporting the completion of dissertation projects across the spectrum of the humanities that examine the origins, evolution, impact and legacy of race, difference, and the modern quest for civil and human rights. We also support research projects that examine race and ethnicity and its points of intersection with other identities and movements addressing differences along gender, class, religious, or sexual lines.”


Williams College Visiting Assistant Professorship in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Deadline: February 15

Length: 2 years

Comments: “We seek scholars with demonstrated experience teaching courses from an interdisciplinary and intersectional perspective. In addition to candidates with a degree in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, we welcome applications from candidates in all fields and disciplines. Specialization is open, but we have a particular interest in candidates with expertise in fields including: Critical Race, Queer, and/or Transgender Theory; Disability Studies/Crip Theory; Science and Technology Studies; Transnational Feminisms, Genders, and Sexualities; Feminist and LGBTQ Activism and Social Movements; Asian-American Studies; and Native American and Indigenous Studies.”


San Francisco State University Assistant Professorship in Interdisciplinary Feminist Studies

Deadline: November 14

Length: Tenure-track

Comments: “The department seeks individuals with expertise in either (a) critical disability or crip studies or (b) transfeminisms (encompassing transgender, transsexual, genderqueer topics), each with a specialization in race, colonialism and nationalism. We particularly seek scholars whose research challenges parameters of the normative, and whose work engages with the mutually constitutive production of differences.”


California State University-Sacramento Assistant Professorship in Women’s Studies

Deadline: October 21

Length: Tenure-track

Comments: To “teach introductory courses and advanced seminars in Feminist, Women’s and Gender Studies.” Should have “Ph.D. in Women’s Studies or a related Social Science discipline.” Preferred qualifications include “Expertise in and the ability to propose and teach courses in one or more of the following areas: women’s health, gender, race, class and sexuality within feminist health studies, critical disability studies, gendered perspectives on health and the human sciences, theorizing the body, critical poverty studies, women’s work, gender and development, economic opportunities and disparities, feminist economies, economic feminism and globalization.”

URL: CSU Sacramento Women’s Studies