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Open Searches: Full-Time / Tenure-Track Positions in Anthropology[]

Biological/Medical Anthropology[]

New York University (NYU)- Assistant Professor in Biological Anthropology- Due: September 15, 2022[]

The Department of Anthropology at New York University invites applications for a tenure-track appointment in Biological Anthropology at the level of Assistant Professor. The appointment will begin September 1, 2023, subject to administrative and budgetary approval.

We seek a scholar who combines work with human or nonhuman primates with components of the “omics,” broadly defined. The ideal candidate will combine laboratory work in areas such as genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics, with long-term field research on primates or collaborative work with descendant communities. Potential areas of research interest include, but are not limited to: the genomic architecture of phenotypic variation and adaptation to the environment; the genomics of population biology, evolution, hybridization, and introgression; the influence of the social and physical environmental on biological phenotypes, including at the molecular level; and the relationships between the genome, bodies, brains, and behaviors. The candidate will join the department’s highly regarded Center for the Study of Human Origins.

The diversity of our workforce is at the core of our innovation and creativity and strengthens our research and teaching excellence. New York University strives to embody the values of respect, collaboration and diversity, and has a strong commitment to employment equity. The University seeks qualified candidates who share our commitment to equity and inclusion, who will contribute to the diversification of ideas and perspectives, and especially welcomes applications from members of racialized communities, persons with disabilities, women, and persons who identify as 2SLGBTQ+. Qualifications

The successful candidate will hold a Ph.D. in Anthropology or a related discipline (e.g., Biology, Neuroscience, Psychology) at the time of appointment. The successful candidate will demonstrate strong potential for outstanding teaching contributions at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, and an ongoing commitment to academic and pedagogical inclusive excellence in support of the department’s programs. At the undergraduate level, the appointee will be expected to teach introductory as well as more advanced courses in an area of their expertise. At the graduate level, the appointee will teach courses and supervise students as their contribution to the M.S. and Ph.D. programs in Anthropology. In particular, the successful candidate should be able to provide hands-on laboratory training in molecular anthropology. The successful candidate will also be able to provide training in the implementation of bioinformatics pipelines for the processing and assessment of molecular data. The Department of Anthropology provides a strong, supportive, and collaborative research culture, building the research capacity of faculty and graduate students.

The Faculty of Arts and Science at NYU is at the heart of a leading research university that spans the globe. We seek scholars of the highest caliber that embody the diversity of the United States as well as the global society in which we live. We strongly encourage applications from women, racial and ethnic minorities, and other individuals who are under-represented in the profession, across color, creed, race, ethnic and national origin, physical ability, gender and sexual identity, or any other legally protected basis. NYU affirms the value of differing perspectives on the world as we strive to build the strongest possible university with the widest reach. To learn more about the FAS commitment to diversity, equality, and inclusion, please read here: Application Instructions

Applicants should submit: 1) Cover Letter; 2) Curriculum Vitae; 3) one-page Research Statement; 4) one-page Teaching Statement; 5) one-page Statement on Diversity and Inclusion describing past, present, and future contributions to creating inclusive excellence; 6) the names of three referees. Letters of reference are not required and will not be reviewed at the initial application stage. The Department will request letters of recommendation from referees at later stages of the search process where needed.

The Department will begin reviewing applications on Sept 15th 2022. The position will remain open until it is filled. For any enquiries, please contact the Department of Anthropology administrator, at [[1]]

The Ohio State University- Assistant Professor of Biological Anthropology- Due: September 24, 2022[]

Department: Anthropology Position: Biological Anthropologist Rank: Assistant Professor

Description: The Department of Anthropology in the College of Arts and Sciences at The Ohio State University invites applications for a biological anthropologist to be appointed beginning in autumn 2023. We seek an anatomically trained scientist with a research program grounded in evolutionary biology. Research area is open; however, preferred research foci include skeletal/dental biology, biomechanics, functional morphology, and/or paleoanthropology. We seek applicants who will augment the department’s strength in evolutionary anthropology, contributing to ongoing research in skeletal adaptation, functional morphology, dental anthropology, bioarchaeology, and primate (including hominin) evolution. The preferred candidate will also strengthen research and teaching links with colleagues in other units such as those in the College of Medicine, the College of Dentistry, and/or the Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology in the College of Arts and Sciences. An ability to contribute to the department’s growing forensic science program is a bonus, but not required. Assistant professors in the Department of Anthropology are expected to maintain an active research program as evidenced by journal or book publications and proposals for external funding. We also seek a colleague who will mentor graduate and undergraduate students.

Qualifications: Applicants must have a Ph.D. in anthropology or a closely related field. Demonstrated research productivity and commitment to teaching are required. The candidate will have the ability to offer a range of classes that can include osteology, dental anthropology, anatomy, paleoanthropology, bioarchaeology, and/or forensics at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Appointment is contingent on the university’s verification of credentials and other information required by law and/or university policies, including but not limited to a criminal background check.

About Columbus: The Ohio State University campus is located in Columbus, the capital city of Ohio. Columbus is the Midwest’s fastest-growing city and the nation’s 14th largest city. Columbus offers a diverse array of welcoming neighborhoods and a vibrant arts and culture scene. Additional information about all that the Columbus area has to offer is available at

Application Instructions: Apply to Academic Jobs Online at: A complete application consists of a cover letter, curriculum vitae, research, teaching and diversity statements, and three letters of reference. The diversity statement should articulate your demonstrated commitments and capacities to contribute to diversity, equity, and inclusion through research, teaching, mentoring, and/or outreach and engagement. Review of applications will begin on September 24 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. Inquiries may be directed to Debbie Guatelli-Steinberg at

The Ohio State University is committed to enhancing academic excellence. Recruiting, supporting, and retaining faculty of the highest caliber is a core component of this commitment. In support of this, The Office of Academic Affairs (OAA) has created the Office of Dual Careers and Faculty Relocation (DCFR) to focus on supporting new and prospective faculty. This support includes dual careers services, consultation and resources related to relocation, as well as identifying opportunities to engage on campus and the surrounding community. While employment opportunities are not guaranteed, resources and consultation are available to support the partners of new and prospective faculty as they are considering The Ohio State University and throughout their transition.

The Ohio State University is committed to establishing a culturally and intellectually diverse environment, encouraging all members of our learning community to reach their full potential. Over the next few years, The Ohio State University is committed to welcoming 350 new faculty hires, many of which will contribute to growing our role as a premier research university equipped to answer and interrogate the critical domestic and global societal challenges that deter equality and inclusion. We are responsive to dual-career families and strongly promote work-life balance to support our community members through a suite of institutionalized policies. The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status.

Baylor University - Assistant or Associate Professor - HEALTH (apply by September 30, 2022)[]

The Department of Anthropology within the College of Arts & Sciences at Baylor University is accepting applications for an assistant (tenure-track) OR associate (tenured or untenured) professor.  This position is open to applicants with research and teaching interests in human health (broadly conceived).  Preferred research areas include but are certainly not limited to global health, evolutionary medicine, human biology, health disparities/inequalities, medical anthropology, psychological anthropology/mental health, biomedical anthropology, biocultural anthropology, molecular anthropology, public health, environmental health, health of indigenous and pre-historic populations.  Applicants whose research have transdisciplinary foci and applied relevance are preferred.

The new faculty member will join a growing department with interest in applied perspectives on the anthropology of health, broadly conceived.  Interest in contributing to the new, unique PhD program (in the Anthropology of Health) is required, and skills appropriate for training graduates for applied work are preferred.  Faculty members are required to contribute to teaching, research, and service.  Expectations for an active research agenda include publishing and granting, as well as involving students as appropriate.  Start-up packages are available, and the standard teaching load is two courses per semester (although this depends on research activity).  The Graduate School also generously supports research assistantships for new or transferring doctoral students associated with this position.  Those applying for the associate level should demonstrate appropriate advanced experience.

The Department of Anthropology values diversity and is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of our academic community through research, teaching, and service.  We also accept the American Association of Biological Anthropologists' Code of Ethics, the American Anthropological Association’s Statement on Ethics, the Society for Applied Anthropology’s Statement of Ethics and Professional Responsibilities, and the American Association of University Professors' Sexual Harassment Policy.  We pledge to respect each other, our students, and the people, animals, and places we study.

Our current faculty members all contribute somehow to the health initiative (including Environmental Determinants, Biomedical Research, Family and Community Determinants, Health Policy, and Medical Education) of Baylor’s strategic plan “Illuminate” ( in addition to the initiatives in Human Flourishing and Latin America.  We aim to continue this trend.

Given the general topic of the anthropology of health, we anticipate recruiting someone capable of teaching courses that would be cross-listed in other departments like Biology, Environmental Science, Medical Humanities, and Psychology and Neuroscience, among others.  Successful applicants would likely have secondary appointments in other departments (Anthropology is considered a STEM discipline at Baylor).

Applications will be reviewed on a continual basis will be accepted until the position is filled. To ensure full consideration, complete applications should be submitted by 9/30/2022.  The following materials should be uploaded into Interfolio: cover letter (explaining qualifications, current and future research plans, and teaching experience and philosophy), current curriculum vitae, transcript of highest degree earned (or if PhD is in progress, a copy of transcript showing completed PhD hours; unofficial transcripts are acceptable for now), and the contact information (names, email addresses, and phone numbers) for three potential references (referees will be contacted by the search committee separately).  Finalists for the position will be required to submit official doctoral transcripts in advance of a campus visit.  Employment will be contingent upon the successful completion of a background check.  The candidate should possess an earned doctorate (at the time of appointment) in an appropriate field of study; doctoral candidates capable of finishing their PhD before August 15 will also be considered in this search.  

To learn more about the above position, the Department of Anthropology, the College of Arts and Sciences, and Baylor University, please visit  Please contact Dr. Michael Muehlenbein ( with any questions.

Cultural Anthropology[]

Pitzer College- Assistant Professor of Anthropology- Due August 15, 2022[]

Pitzer College seeks applicants for a tenure-track position in the anthropology of Latin America at the level of assistant or advanced assistant professor. Theoretical specializations are open; we are especially interested in candidates whose work engages global and local social issues from an anthropological perspective. We seek a candidate who will extend, not replicate, fields already covered by anthropology faculty in the Claremont Colleges consortium. The successful candidate would be expected to teach Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology and be prepared to offer another course required for the major, such as Field Methods in Anthropology. In addition, the candidate is expected to regularly teach a writing-intensive seminar for first-year students.

Pitzer College has a strong institutional commitment to diversity and strongly encourages candidates from underrepresented groups. We favor candidates who can contribute to the College's distinctive educational objectives which promote interdisciplinary perspectives, intercultural understanding, and a concern with social justice and the ethical implications of knowledge and action. Pitzer College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. For the successful applicant with relevant interests, affiliations are possible with Claremont consortium departments of Latin American Studies, Chicanx/Latinx Studies, Africana Studies, and/or the intercollegiate Feminist Center for Teaching, Research, and Engagement. A complete application will include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, selected evidence of excellence in teaching and research statement of teaching philosophy, a research statement, a graduate school transcript, and three letters of recommendation. Candidates should also submit a statement in which they address how their cultural, experiential, and/or academic background contributes to the understanding of diversity at the college. The deadline for applications is August 15, 2022.

Bard College- Assistant Professor of Anthropology- Due September 15, 2022[]

The Anthropology program at Bard College invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor, to begin in Fall 2023.

The area of expertise is open, but the program is interested in broadening the program’s conceptual reach, for example by integrating indigenous studies, medical anthropology, linguistic anthropology, gender and sexuality and/or queer theory. The program also seeks candidates who have a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Responsibilities include teaching on a 2-3 course load in the candidate’s areas of specialization and required core courses in the program, supervising undergraduate senior theses, and participating in the intellectual life of the college.

About Bard: Bard College is a highly selective college of liberal arts and sciences with 2000 students and is located in the Hudson Valley, 90 miles north of NYC. The successful candidate will excel at working in a community that is broadly diverse with regard to race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender, nationality, sexual orientation, and religion. For more information on Bard visit

Qualifications: Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Anthropology or related field by the start date.

Application Instructions: To apply, please upload a letter of application, curriculum vitae, publication or writing sample, three letters of recommendation, two sample course syllabi, and a teaching statement that includes how the applicant approaches diversity, equity, and inclusion in both research and pedagogy to Interfolio at .

The deadline for receipt of applications is Thursday, September 15, 2022.

University of California, Berkeley- Assistant Professor in Arctic Studies, with an emphasis in Indigenous Studies- Due October 17, 2022[]

Job #JPF03553

Anticipated start: July 1, 2023

The Department of Scandinavian at the University of California, Berkeley seeks applications for a full-time, tenure track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the area of Arctic Studies, with an emphasis in Indigenous Studies.

The successful applicant will be able to contribute to a comparative model of Nordic scholarship. In addition, the department has interest in a candidate with expertise in at least one of the following fields: Cultural History, Film and Media, Environmental Humanities, Gender Studies , and/or Post-Colonial Studies.

The Berkeley Scandinavian department is dedicated to the advancement of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. We seek candidates who demonstrate a commitment to these values, including mentorship and course design that are attuned to the interests and needs of our first-generation students and/or students of color.

Our department is made up of dedicated scholars in a vibrant variety of Scandinavian and interdisciplinary areas. We take pride in sharing the rich intellectual and cultural world of the Nordic region with the Berkeley campus and beyond.

The campus and department are committed to addressing the family needs of faculty, including dual career couples and single parents. We also welcome applicants who have had non-traditional career paths. For information about potential relocation to Berkeley, or career needs of accompanying partners and spouses, please visit:


Basic qualifications (required at time of application)

PhD (or equivalent international degree), or enrolled in PhD or equivalent international degree-granting program at the time of application

Preferred qualifications

Completion of the Ph.D. (or equivalent international degree) by the start date of the position.

Native or near-native competence in one or more indigenous Nordic languages (Inuit and/or Sámi languages), in one or more modern Nordic languages, and in English.

Strong demonstrated ability for successful research, teaching, and administrative service.

Document requirements

  • Cover Letter
  • Curriculum Vitae - Your most recently updated C.V.
  • Research Sample - Article or chapter sized, in English or in another language accompanied by an English translation
  • Statement on Contributions to Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion - Statement on your contributions to diversity, equity, and inclusion, including information about your understanding of these topics, your record of activities to date, and your specific plans and goals for advancing equity and inclusion if hired at Berkeley (for additional information go to
  • Statement of Research
  • Statement of Teaching

Reference requirements

  • 3 required (contact information only)

Letters of recommendation will be requested only for candidates who are advanced to serious consideration. Apply link: Help contact: [[2]]

Linguistic Anthropology[]

Anthropological Archaeology[]

Visiting Positions / Limited-Term Appointments[]

Institute for Research in the Humanities, University of Wisconsin-Madison - Fellowship - pre-1700 Europe[]

The Institute for Research in the Humanities (IRH) at the University of Wisconsin–Madison is pleased to offer four Solmsen Fellowships for the academic year 2023-2024, to be awarded to scholars from outside the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Through a generous bequest from Friedrich and Lieselotte Solmsen, the Solmsen Fellowships sponsor scholars working in the humanities on European history, literature, philosophy, politics, religion, art and culture in the classical, medieval, and/or early modern periods before 1700. Projects on the relationship of pre-1700 Europe to other parts of the world are also welcome. The Solmsen Fellowship does not typically support editions, anthologies, or translations.

Solmsen Fellows are expected to be in residence at the IRH throughout the academic year (except for short research trips, lectures, conferences, etc.) and may extend this residency through the following summer on a non-stipendiary basis. However, the fellowship may not be deferred for any reason. The award provides a stipend of $60,000, office space, support services, and access to all university facilities. Fellows are expected to present their work at an Institute seminar and participate in the weekly seminars. Applicants must be in possession of the doctorate at the time of application.

Applications are due Thursday, October 27, 2022. Notification of awards will be made by early March 2023.

Access full call and link to digital application here: (scroll down to “External Fellowships”).

Cornell University- Society for the Humanities- Due September 20, 2022[]

As part of the university's comprehensive vaccination program, all Cornell employees are required to have and provide proof of an FDA-or WHO-authorized or approved COVID-19 primary vaccination or have obtained a university-approved disability/medical or religious exemption, regardless of their role and work location.

New hires are required to provide documentation showing primary vaccination status (that is, completion of two shots of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine or one shot of the Janssen/Johnson & Johnson) before their first day of work. If a new hire's vaccination is not complete or information is not received by their start date, the first day of work will be delayed. It is possible in some cases that an offer of employment may be withdrawn.

Society for the Humanities Fellowships

The Society for the Humanities at Cornell University invites applications for residential fellowships from scholars and artists whose projects reflect on the 2023-24 theme of Crossing. Up to six fellows will be appointed. The fellowships are held for one year (August through July). Each Society Fellow will receive $56,000.

Fellows include scholars and practitioners from other universities and members of the Cornell faculty released from regular duties. Fellows at the Society for the Humanities are “residential,” and will collaborate with one another and the Taylor Family Director of the Society for the Humanities, Paul Fleming, L. Sanford and Jo Mills Reis Professor of Humanities and professor of comparative literature and German studies. Fellows spend their time in research and writing during the residential fellowship, and are required to participate in a weekly Fellows Seminar workshopping each other’s projects and discussing readings based on the yearly theme.

The nature of this fellowship year is social and communal—fellows forge connections outside the classroom and the lecture hall by sharing meals following the weekly seminar and attending post-lecture receptions and other casual events throughout the year. Fellows live and work in Ithaca, NY, and are expected to be in their offices on campus frequently. All applicants for Society Fellowships should share in this commitment to creating a supportive and intellectually stimulating community.

Fellows teach one small seminar during their fellowship year appropriate for graduate students and advanced undergraduates. Though courses are designed to fit the focal theme, there are no additional restrictions on what or how the course should be taught. Fellows are encouraged to experiment with both the content and the method of their seminar particularly as it relates to their current research.

2023-24 Focal Theme: CROSSING

The Society for the Humanities at Cornell University seeks interdisciplinary research projects for year-long residencies that reflect on the theme of Crossing. Crossing begins by opening a possibility: to meet or to pass by, to encounter in a spirit of collaboration or conflict. Like an X on a map, crossing marks both a place and a process, an intersection and a journey. Crossing entails navigating borders between states on scales ranging from the cellular to the geopolitical. As the embodiment of movement, crossing creates opportunity and transition, continuity and contact, collision and negation, while its infrastructures implicate objects, channels, and traces in the passage of bodies and ideas. In its capacious fluidity, crossing describes incursions and excursions of all kinds. It can testify to migration and exile, to shifting formations of gender and sexuality, to cultures of creolization and code-switching. At the same time, it can denote an act of cancelation or erasure: a literal crossing out. The act of crossing two pen strokes forms an X that stands as a symbol of identification or denial, affirmation or rejection. Conversely, “crossed wires” as an admission of confusion can lead to unexpected or dangerous outcomes, as can roads or tracks that cross, and the confrontations they enable.

As a cultural-political phenomenon, crossing can be a transgression that breaks down boundaries of style and genre in music, fiction, and digital media. In forming junctions, engendering hybridity, and inevitably leading to entanglement, crossing is transient and provisional, inviting us to think beyond the ostensible stability of the categories it connects and bypasses as well as on the spaces in-between. The Society for the Humanities invites applications from scholars and artists who are interested in participating in a productive, critical dialogue concerning the topic of crossing from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.

Qualifications: Fellows should be working on topics related to the 2023-24 theme of Crossing. Their approach to the humanities should be broad enough to appeal to students and scholars in several humanistic disciplines.

Applicants must have received the Ph.D. degree before January 1, 2022. The Society for the Humanities will not consider applications from scholars who received the Ph.D. after this date. Applicants must also have one or more years of teaching experience, which may include teaching as a graduate student. International scholars are welcome to apply, contingent upon visa eligibility.

Application Procedures: The following application materials must be submitted via AJO fellowship #21965 on or before the deadline of September 20, 2022. Any other method of applying will not be accepted.

1. A curriculum vitae

2. A one-page abstract describing the research project the applicant would like to pursue during the term of the fellowship (up to 300 words)

3. A detailed statement of the research project (1,000 – 2,000 words). Applicants may also include a one-page bibliography of the most essential materials to the project.

4. A course proposal for a seminar related to the applicant’s research. Seminars meet two hours per week for one semester and enrollment is limited to fifteen advanced undergraduates and graduate students. The course proposal should consist of:

a. A brief course description suitable for the University course catalog (50-125 words)

b. A detailed course proposal (up to 300 words)

c. A list of the essential texts for the course

5. One scholarly paper (no more than 35 pages in length)

6. Two letters of recommendation from senior colleagues in your field (from any institution) to whom candidates should send their research proposal and teaching proposal. Letters of recommendation should include an evaluation of the candidate’s proposed research and teaching statements. Please ask referees to submit their letters directly through the application link. Letters must be submitted on or before September 20, 2022.

The deadline to apply is September 20, 2022. Awards will be announced by the end of December 2022.

Diversity and Inclusion are a part of Cornell University's heritage. We are a recognized employer and educator valuing AA/EEO, Protected Veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities. We also recognize a lawful preference in employment practices for Native Americans living on or near Indian reservations. If you need accommodations in order to complete the application, please contact Society for the Humanities staff at [[3]]

Note: Extensions for applications will not be granted. The Society will consider only fully completed applications. It is the responsibility of each applicant to ensure that all documentation is complete and that referees submit their letters of recommendation to the Society before the closing date.

For further information: Email: Society for the Humanities: The Society for the Humanities was established at Cornell University in 1966 to support research and teaching in the humanities. It is intended to be at once a research institute, a stimulus to educational innovation, and a continuing society of scholars. The Society and its Fellows have fostered path-breaking interdisciplinary dialogue and theoretical reflection on the humanities at large.

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