University of Colorado-Boulder Visiting Assistant Professorship in Political Theory

Deadline: November 1

Length: 2 years

Comments: “Applicants should have areas of expertise in Political Theory, with specialization in Race, Ethnicity, Inequality and/or Social Justice.  Preferred subfields:  Black political thought, Indigenous political thought, Latinx political thought, or non-western/comparative political thought.

URL: https://cu.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl;jsessionid=JzxZGa5V2vjvn4-FNqBnEBXneBIqQke7X2TRGoe5Iog76YxA-7N6!1601959468

University of Chicago Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellowship in Race and Capitalism

Deadline: October 1

Length: 1-2 years, followed by assistant professorship

Comments: “We are broadly searching for scholars who theoretically and/or empirically explore the interaction of race and capitalism.  The work could be focused on a historical period such as that of slavery; a specific institution such as the workplace; on concepts such as labor, credit, finance; on a specific theoretical question such as the meaning of justice in the context of communities that are affected by high levels of economic and racial inequality; or a particular empirical problem such as shifting participation rates by race and ethnicity in various sectors of the deindustrialized U.S.” “ The appointment would be based in the Anthropology, Political Science or Sociology department.

URL: https://academiccareers.uchicago.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp

University of California-San Diego Assistant Professorship in Race,Ethnicity, and Politics

Deadline: September 15

Length: Tenure-track

Comments: ” Applicants should demonstrate strong skills in analytic reasoning, broadly defined, which may include one or more of the following: quantitative methods, formal theory, analytic political philosophy, or modelling.”

URL: https://apol-recruit.ucsd.edu/apply/JPF01840

Muhlenberg College Assistant Professorship in Political Science

Deadline: September 17

Length: Tenure-track

Comments: ” The successful candidate will be broadly trained in political science with a primary interest in American public law. We are open to candidates with a variety of substantive teaching and research interests, for example, constitutional law and theory; judicial politics; urban politics, civil rights; law and society; criminal justice politics; democracy, law, and race; feminist legal studies; global legal studies; immigration.”

URL: https://www.muhlenberg.edu/main/aboutus/hr/jobs.html