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TENURE-TRACK JOBS

Loyola University Chicago (Due November 15, 2021)

Job Title Anthropology, Assistant Professor of Archaeology, Tenure-Track
Position Title Anthropology, Assistant Professor of Archaeology, Tenure-Track
Position Number
Job Category University Faculty
Job Type Full-Time
FLSA Status Exempt
Campus Rogers Park-Lake Shore Campus
Location Code ANTHROPOLOGY (02133A)
Department Name ANTHROPOLOGY
Is this split and/or fully grant funded? Yes
Duties and Responsibilities The Department of Anthropology in the College of Arts and Sciences at Loyola University Chicago (LUC) invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor, for academic year 2022-23. The department seeks an archaeologist with expertise in environmental archaeology. Research foci may include, but are not limited to, political ecology, ontology, and inequality, including unequal resource distribution, ecological diversity/uniformity, and health. We are interested in candidates who collaborate with descendant communities and/or engage with applied projects. Applicants with expertise in one or several of the following are preferred: GIS, 3D laser scanning, photogrammetry, and other digital applications in archaeology.

This hire is part of a University-wide, multiyear hiring initiative designed to hire outstanding researchers and teachers who are reflective of our diverse student body and committed to interdisciplinarity (i.e. working with colleagues across different subfields and disciplines) and the pursuit of external grants. Of special interest are candidates who can further the University’s efforts to foster diversity, equity, and inclusion.

We seek candidates with an excellent record of teaching and research, and a deep commitment to undergraduate education. Candidates will be expected to teach two courses per semester centered in the life/natural sciences, contribute to and develop interdisciplinary initiatives that enhance collaboration between Life and Medical Sciences, Social Sciences, Environmental Sustainability, and the Humanities, and serve on Departmental committees. The successful candidate is expected to pursue a strong research program, including the pursuit of external grants.

Qualifications The candidate will have a Ph.D. in Anthropology at the time of appointment. Candidates for the position must clearly demonstrate the potential for excellence in research and teaching and have a record of (or clear potential for) distinguished scholarship, grant-funded research, and student mentorship. The candidate should be willing to support the mission of LUC and the goals of a Jesuit Catholic Education.
Physical Demands None
Working Conditions None
Minimum Education and/or Work Experience Ph.D. in Anthropology at the time of appointment.

Clearly demonstrated potential for excellence in research and teaching and a record of (or clear potential for) distinguished scholarship, grant-funded research, and student mentorship.

Open Date 09/13/2021
Close Date
Special Instructions to Applicants Candidates should submit towww.careers.luc.edu (1) a brief letter of interest; (2) a current Curriculum Vitae; (3) a statement outlining the applicant’s research agenda; (4) a statement on teaching experience; and (5) a statement addressing past and/or potential contributions to mentoring a diverse student body through research, teaching and other channels and engaging a diverse community through scholarship and service (inclusive excellence statement). Letters of recommendation will be requested after a preliminary selection process has been completed. Candidates are welcomed to upload additional materials to www.career.luc.edu related to teaching excellence and samples of scholarly publications. Questions can be directed to:

Kristin L. Krueger, Ph.D., Search Committee Chair

kkrueger4@luc.edu

Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2021, and continue until the position is filled.

LUC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer with a strong commitment to hiring for our mission and diversifying our faculty. The University seeks to increase the diversity of its professoriate, workforce and undergraduate and graduate student populations because broad diversity – including a wide range of individuals who contribute to a robust academic environment – is critical to achieving the University’s mission of excellence in education, research, educational access and services in an increasingly diverse society. Therefore, in holistically accessing the many qualifications of each applicant, we would factor favorably an individual’s record of conduct that includes experience with an array of diverse perspectives, as well as a wide variety of different educational, research or other work activities. Among other qualifications, we would also factor favorably experience overcoming or helping others overcome barriers to an academic career or degrees.

As a Jesuit Catholic institution of higher education, we seek candidates who will contribute to our strategic plan to deliver a transformative education in the Jesuit tradition. To learn more about the university’s mission and focus on transformative education, please visit www.luc.edu/mission and www.luc.edu/mission/transformativeed, respectively.

Quick Link for Posting https://www.careers.luc.edu/postings/17255


Applied x1

Heads up -- this profile fits almost exactly the research profile of the partner of the person this dept hired last year. So not an internal candidate, but maybe an internal candidate.

  • thanks. appreciate the heads up.

Wake Forest University, Assistant Professor (Due November 15, 2021)

WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY’s Department of Anthropology is seeking applications for one tenure-track position in Anthropological Archaeology at the assistant professor level beginning July 2022. We seek highly qualified candidates with research focus on Archaeology in the Americas, and who have a commitment to excellence in both teaching and research. A Ph.D. in Anthropology is required. Our four-field department has nine permanent faculty in addition to professional staff in the Lam Museum of Anthropology. More information about the department is available at Department of Anthropology – Wake Forest University.

We are interested in teacher-scholars who complement the geographic areas and topical expertise of our current faculty, have an ongoing program of research that is theoretically engaged, and are prepared to teach introductory courses in archaeology, and upper-level courses based on the candidate’s academic strengths.

Wake Forest University is a private, coeducational institution dedicated to academic excellence in liberal arts, graduate and professional education. Founded in 1834, the University is ranked among the top 30 national universities. With 5,200 undergraduates and 3,200 graduate and professional students, the student-faculty ratio is 11:1. Wake Forest is a collegiate university offering a vibrant intellectual community with a rich cultural life, an impressive array of facilities and an active athletics community. The University has a deep institutional commitment to public service and engagement with the world, as indicated by the motto “pro humanitate.” For quick facts about the University, go to  https://admissions.wfu.edu/facts/.

Interested applicants should apply via the University’s career website at: http://www.wfu.careers/. The application should be submitted as ONE PDF file, which includes all of the following: (1) a cover letter; (2) a CV; (3) a 1-2 page teaching statement including a plan to establish an inclusive learning environment in the liberal arts context; and (4) a 1-page research statement describing plans and potential impact of scholarly pursuits. We will request additional materials from short-listed candidates.

If access to the internet is an issue, a hard copy of the application may be submitted to Dr. Steve Folmar, Wake Forest University, Department of Anthropology P.O. Box 7807, Winston-Salem, NC 27109. Deadline for receipt of all applications is November 15, 2021.

Inquiries about the application process and document submission may be addressed to wakejobs@wfu.edu. Inquiries about the faculty position or department should be directed to Steve Folmar, Chair of Anthropology, folmarsj@wfu.edu. Wake Forest University is an AA/EO employer. WFU values an inclusive and diverse learning community and campus climate and seeks applicants with demonstrated success in working with diverse populations

  • I applied to this one but was wondering if anyone knew if this was an inside hire situation? There is a VAP who does archaeology of the Inka Empire.
  • Also applied. I doubt it's an inside job. Dr. Garavito (hired in 2020) is tt and does Peruvian archaeology, so that areal duplication in such a small dept would be surprising.

Texas A&M University: College of Liberal Arts: Anthropology (Due: November 15, 2021)

Description

The Department of Anthropology at Texas A&M University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in archaeology. This is a full-time, 9-month appointment beginning August 1, 2022. We seek a scholar with an active research program in zooarchaeology focusing on prehistoric hunter-gatherer societies. The successful candidate will conduct research in zooarchaeology, mentor PhD and undergraduate students, teach a 2-2 course load including undergraduate and graduate courses in zooarchaeology and anthropology, manage the department’s extensive zooarchaeological collection, and participate in service at the department, college, and university levels.

Qualifications

Required qualifications: PhD in-hand; a PhD conferred before December 31, 2021 is desired, however, strong applicants who are scheduled to have the PhD in hand by June 1, 2022 will also be considered. Candidates should also have demonstrated experience in zooarchaeological analysis at the doctoral or post-doctoral level, a focus on prehistoric hunter-gatherer societies, and the ability to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in zooarchaeology and anthropology.

Preferred qualifications: An active field/lab-based research program in North, Central, or South America; peer-reviewed research publications; success in obtaining competitive grants for research; ability to interact with the department’s Center for the Study of the First Americans; capacity to contribute to one or more of the department’s bridging themes; and, prior teaching experience.

Application Instructions

Application instructions: Review of applications will begin November 15, 2021 and continue until the position is filled. Application materials include a 1-2 page cover letter; a current CV with names and contact information of three references; a statement of current and future research plans (no more than 2 pages); a statement of teaching and mentoring philosophy and experience (no more than 2 pages); and, a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) statement (no more than one page) that offers evidence of demonstrated commitment to DEI as it applies to research, teaching, and/or service. All application materials must be submitted through InterFolio using the following link: apply.interfolio.com/95189. Questions about the position should be directed to Dr. Ted Goebel, Chair of the Zooarchaeology Search Committee at [[1]].

applied x2

The ad says the review process begins on 11/15, but the application deadline is 11/30.

Mount Royal University, Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Archaeology (Due: 26 November 2021)

The Department of Sociology and Anthropology in the Faculty of Arts at Mount Royal University invites applications for a tenure track position in archaeology, which will commence on July 1, 2022, at the Rank of Assistant Professor, subject to final budgetary approval.

Applicants will have a doctoral degree in archaeology. We seek applications from those with expertise in archaeological methods who have an active field or laboratory research program. Areas of research expertise are open but the candidate should add to and complement existing strengths in our department; individuals who have the ability to cross sub-field boundaries and/or work across disciplines are encouraged to apply. The successful candidate will be expected to teach introductory, core, and advanced level courses; they will also develop and deliver courses in archaeological laboratory and/or field methodology and expand the laboratory collections. A commitment to decolonial and anti-racist perspectives in the curriculum is a priority.

Our combined Sociology and Anthropology department hosts faculty who pursue diverse research and teaching interests but work collaboratively to ensure the success of both disciplines. In our four-field Anthropology department-unit we emphasize experiential learning, including international field schools, local field trips, as well as ethnographic and laboratory methods. Department facilities include both research and teaching laboratories staffed by a laboratory instructor and a laboratory coordinator. Our collections are diverse and growing, and include a variety of materials for archaeological and biological anthropological instruction.

The successful candidate will be hired into the teaching/scholarship/service work pattern (TSS). The TSS work pattern has a focus on teaching with the requirement that the faculty member be involved in a research program as well as service to the Mount Royal community. The successful applicant must be qualified to teach introductory courses as well as senior courses in archaeology and be involved in course and program development.

Candidates will also be encouraged to teach courses in General Education, Cluster-One: Numeracy and Scientific Literacy and/or Cluster-Three: Community and Society. The Department of General Education is responsible for the development and delivery of the liberal education component of all Mount Royal University undergraduate degree programs and offers required foundational first-year courses and a number of upper-level courses.  

A Ph. D. in archaeology or cognate discipline is required at the time of hire.  Applicants should have the ability and intent to pursue a research program.

For more information on our Department, please visit: http://www.mtroyal.ca/ProgramsCourses/FacultiesSchoolsCentres/Arts/Departments/SociologyAnthropology/index.htm

For more information on the Anthropology Program, please visit: http://www.mtroyal.ca/ProgramsCourses/FacultiesSchoolsCentres/Arts/Departments/SociologyAnthropology/AnthropologyProgram/index.htm

If you have questions regarding the position, contact Tom Buchanan, Chair, Department of Sociology & Anthropology at (403) 440-8774 or [[2]].

We ask interested individuals who meet the requirements to submit the following by November 26, 2021:

Interested applicants should submit the following:

•    cover letter describing their interest in the position, fit with the department, teaching and research interests and intentions

•    curriculum vitae

•    names and contact information for three (3) references

•    1 page teaching philosophy

•    1 page statement of research

•    evidence of teaching effectiveness

•    example of course outline for a third year methods course

We thank all applicants for their interest. Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. After the close date, you can check on the status of your application through your Career Centre. New career opportunities arise frequently and are posted as they become available. Please check back often to view our latest postings on our Career Opportunities page. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. Mount Royal University hires on the basis of merit and is strongly committed to fostering diversity as a source of excellence, intellectual and cultural enrichment, and social strength. We welcome applications from those who would contribute to the further diversification of our staff, faculty and their scholarship including but not limited to Indigenous Peoples, women, persons with disabilities and persons of any sexual or gender identity, ethnic, national or socio-economic background, religion or age.

Boise State University, Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Prehistoric Archaeology (Due: 5 December 2021)

Boise State University invites you to apply for the Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Prehistoric Archaeology within the Department of Anthropology. We seek candidates using innovative approaches to answer questions in the field. We are particularly interested in a faculty member who will help diversify strengths in areas including archaeological science, paleoecology, bioarchaeology, and human behavioral ecology. Candidates should have a strong interest in collaborative research, inclusive mentoring of graduate and undergraduate students, and teaching at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.

About Us: Boise State University, powered by creativity and innovation, stands uniquely positioned in the Northwest as a metropolitan research university of distinction. Learn more about Boise State and the City of Boise at https://www.boisestate.edu/about/boise-and-beyond/. Boise State University is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty, staff, students, and academic program offerings and to strengthening sensitivity to diversity throughout the institution. Boise State University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer, and members of historically underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply. We are a welcoming campus that supports diversity and inclusion.
Job Summary/Basic Function: Supports the University’s mission of providing student-centered, quality education and is committed to the success of our students and the university. This involves teaching effectiveness, professional development, research and scholarly/creative activities, institutional service, professional and community service, student advising and involvement, and supervisory responsibilities as assigned.
Department Overview: The Department of Anthropology is at the forefront of Boise State University’s mission to provide an innovative, transformative, and equitable educational and research environment that prepares students for success and advances Idaho and the world. We work closely with colleagues in the Departments of Biology, Geosciences, Psychology, Human-Environment Systems, and community partners in non-governmental organizations and federal and state agencies. We also connect our faculty and students to the broader university educational and scholarship community through partnership with the Boise State Center for Teaching and Learning and the Institute for Inclusive and Transformative Scholarship.

Research:

Current ecology/evolution-related research programs in the department include: Hydroclimatic variability and the evolution of socioecological complexity; Human population ecology of the Intermountain West; Interactions of natural and social systems with climate change, globalization, and infrastructure development; Social networks and the evolution of wealth inequality; Endocrinology of social relationships; Evolution of markets; Kin cooperation and conflict; Reproductive decision-making; Cultural evolution and local ecological knowledge; Evolutionary connections of humans and other species. Additional research programs in the department include: Bioarchaeological investigations of inequality; Socioeconomic factors in suicide; Educational outcomes and stress for African refugee youth; Social networks and STEM reforms; Designing healthy communities.

Our on-campus partners collectively contribute expertise in isotopic techniques for environmental, ecological and migration research questions, remote sensing of terrestrial ecosystems, and dynamics of human behavior and institutions in environmental contexts.

Education:

The department strives to promote student success through excellence in anthropology. We provide exceptional student research experiences and a curriculum that includes developing critical thinking skills, independent research projects, exceptional laboratory practices, and mastery of scientific writing. As an R2 institution, we are dedicated to our research and curriculum goals, and successful candidates for this position will strive to work in a department that embraces a team spirit of cooperation and respect for all. In addition to undergraduate and masters degree programs in Anthropology, the department offers two undergraduate certificates: user experience research and data analytics for the social sciences. We also offer a graduate certificate in user research. We are a contributing department to the interdisciplinary Ecology, Evolution and Behavior PhD program.

Boise State University is committed to excellence in computationally and data-intensive research and has established a Research Computing department to support the computing needs of faculty, staff, and students. Support available from Research Computing includes access to and use of on-campus and remote high-performance computing resources, provisioning of data storage, data management assistance, and personnel support for research software engineering and development.

To find out more about Boise State: http://www.boisestate.edu/, research at Boise State: https://www.boisestate.edu/research/, the Department of Anthropology and our programs: https://www.boisestate.edu/anthropology/, Boise State’s Center for Teaching and Learning: https://www.boisestate.edu/ctl/, and our Institute for Inclusive and Transformative Scholarship: https://www.boisestate.edu/ifits/.

Level Scope: The Assistant Professor is a member of the ranked faculty with an entry-level academic rank who has demonstrated achievement in the areas of teaching; research, scholarship, or creative activities; institutional and professional service appropriate to the discipline and is eligible for tenure.
Essential Functions: Teaching:

Supports the University’s mission of providing student-centered, quality education. Committed to the success of our students and the university. Committed to student learning, retention, persistence, and completion.

Teach assigned courses in accordance with the course syllabi and a schedule of classes that may include day, evening, weekend, and distance classes offered at any approved instructional site.

Engage in development of new and creative instructional materials, including new courses and programs of studies.

Assist in keeping the curriculum of the program(s) current.

Maintain and improve competence in subjects being taught.

Advise students and ensure the successful completion of their degree program.

Post and hold office hours in a physical and electronic format (to include virtual office hours) as appropriate.

Assist with the departmental assessment efforts and plan.

Assist with student recruitment, particularly when low student enrollment is an issue in the program.

Direct culminating activities for graduate students

Scholarly, creative, or research activities:

Assistant Professors must demonstrate a commitment to their discipline through scholarly and creative activities that fall within Boyer’s four types of scholarship: (1) discovering knowledge, (2) integrating knowledge, (3) applying knowledge, and (4) scholarship of teaching.

Conduct research and/or produce scholarly or creative work in accord with the norms in their discipline.

Share that work through professionally recognized publication for the type of scholarship.

Present that work through professionally recognized forms in professionally recognized venues for the type of scholarship.

Engage in professional development.

Service:

Each faculty member participates in activities relating to university programs, courses, governance, etc., or community activities which impact on, or are impacted by, the University and which contribute to the growth and development of students, the university and the community. Faculty must demonstrate a commitment to serving Boise State University, his/her profession, and the community. This type of commitment is demonstrated by service to students (such as advising); participation and leadership in department, college, or university committees, the faculty senate, and professional organizations; and, as appropriate to their discipline, affairs of the local, state, or national community.

Participate actively in assignments necessary to advance the service and/or outreach missions of the department, college, and University, such as serving as a member of department, college, and/or university committees or councils.

Participate actively in professional organizations and perform professional functions such as serving on committees and in leadership roles; as chair, panelist, and discussant at conferences; on editorial boards; refereeing manuscripts and grant applications; and serving on panels for funding agencies.

Meet administrative deadlines set by the University for carrying out service responsibilities and submitting required employee materials.

Use technology as directed by the University to carry out service responsibilities and receive and submit employee information.

The successful candidate will be expected to develop an externally-funded research program, mentor undergraduates, supervise graduate students in the Anthropology masters’ program and Ecology, Evolution and Behavior (EEB) PhD program, and teach both graduate and undergraduate courses in our curriculum. The successful candidate will help build a diverse and inclusive environment in our dynamic and growing department, graduate programs, and university.

The successful archaeology candidate will also have the opportunity to affiliate with the Center for Applied Archaeological Sciences (CAAS, https://www.boisestate.edu/anthropology-caas/) within the Department. CAAS supports the Anthropology MAA, cultural resources management emphasis, operates the summer archaeology field school focused on prehistoric archaeology in the region, secures extramural research and contracts to facilitate local and regional scale research, and collaborates with state and federal agency partners. CAAS manages a suite of funding opportunities, equipment, and a fleet of field research vehicles for faculty members and their students engaged in archaeological research.

We are looking for colleagues with complementary research interests who will develop and maintain a vibrant research program by partnering and collaborating with faculty and students in our department and across campus, expanding partnerships with non-academic organizations, and by leveraging university investments in research infrastructure. Please visit this website to learn about our department, programs, people, and research infrastructure: https://www.boisestate.edu/anthropology/

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: In accordance with discipline and departmental standards and expectations

• Demonstrated advanced level of oral and written communication skills.

• Demonstrated ability to meet required attendance and submission deadlines.

• Demonstrated ability to create, articulate, and assess course learning outcomes.

• Demonstrated effectiveness in creating course materials (syllabus, handouts, presentations, etc.) which enhance student interest and engagement.

• Demonstrated ability to create and manage effective grading rubrics for consistent and uniform grading results.

• Demonstrated ability to assess student educational goals and to create graduation plans based on those goals.

• Demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse populations.

• Demonstrated ability to manage effective, friendly, and civil working relationships with staff, faculty, students, alumni, guests, and others at the university.

• Demonstrated problem solving and abstract thinking skills.

• Demonstrated ability to produce high quality work while working independently.

• Demonstrated ability to develop knowledge of, respect for, and skills to engage with those of other cultures or backgrounds.

Minimum Qualifications: An earned doctorate, an equivalent terminal degree, or nationally-recognized excellence in their field.

Undergraduate Instruction: Hold a degree in the field of instruction (as determined by the discipline) at least one level above that of the program taught.

Graduate Instruction: Hold a terminal degree determined by the discipline and have a record of research, scholarship, or achievement appropriate for the graduate program.

Preferred Qualifications: - PhD and postdoctoral or equivalent experience in the field of archaeology

- Evidence of the commitment to create a diverse and inclusive working environment (as demonstrated in the diversity statement) - Evidence of scholarly creativity and independence, as demonstrated by current or planned extramural funding and a strong record of publication (as described in the research statement and curriculum vitae) - Evidence of teaching and/ or mentoring through the use of current pedagogical techniques, and experience and expertise in culturally responsive teaching to address equity gaps in courses and classrooms (as demonstrated in the teaching statement)

Salary and Benefits: A competitive salary and benefits package is available. Salary will be for a 9-month, tenure-track faculty appointment. Boise State University is committed to offering a benefits package that provides health and financial protection plans as well as resources to promote health and well-being. Our program provides flexibility so you can choose the benefits that are right for you. Details about benefits: https://www.boisestate.edu/hrs/benefits/
Required Application Materials: Please be certain to attach a single pdf file that includes the following in order:

- a cover letter that describes the candidate’s interest in the position and potential contributions to our department

- a curriculum vitae, which includes employment history, experience with grant writing, publications, courses taught, leadership roles and responsibilities, mentorship of graduate and undergraduate students, and professional activities including service

- a 2-3 page statement of research interests and research plans for the next 5 years including potential funding sources, dissemination, student involvement, and development of a lab. Please also outline how the research will build our regional archaeology capacity and how research may integrate with existing departmental programs or research strengths

- a 1-2 page teaching statement that describes the candidate’s teaching philosophy, experience, pedagogical training, and potential contributions to our graduate and undergraduate curriculum, and how you will implement modern pedagogical practices

- a 1-page description of how the candidate’s research program and teaching philosophy would address Boise State University's diversity and inclusion goals (https://www.boisestate.edu/president/statement-of-diversity-and-inclusivity/),

- copies of no more than three relevant publications, and

- contact information for three professional references.


California State University, Chico, Assistant Professor in Archaeology and Museum Studies

Review Begins December 9, 2021

The Position: California State University, Chico is seeking faculty who are competent in their field, excellent teachers, collaborative with colleagues and staff, and committed to student success. We are seeking a tenure-track combined position in Archaeology and Museum Studies. Candidates must be able to teach lower and upper division undergraduate courses and graduate courses in the areas of Archaeology and Museum studies. Strong preference will be given to applicants with demonstrated expertise in historical archaeology with evidence of museum background and experience in the collection management.

Qualification Details:

  • Ph.D. (all requirements  met no later than August 17, 2022) in Anthropology, Archaeology, or Museum Studies;
  • Demonstrated expertise in historical archaeology;
  • Evidence of museum background with demonstrated experience in the collections management.

Preferred Qualifications: 

  • Demonstrated teaching experience, strong record of professional, and scholarly activities;
  • Areas of research specialization centered on underrepresented minority communities preferred, such as Native American, Latinx, African-American, and Asian-American. Having an active research agenda focusing on historic injustices to marginalized peoples and contested heritages a plus.
  • Specialization in collection curation and object restoration, collection digitization and accessibility, and interpretation of diverse communities’ knowledge and resources;
  • Maintains an active research program and evidence of external research funding;
  • Commitment to teaching excellence;
  • Willingness to assist the University’s commitment to NAGPRA Compliance;

Responsibilities:

This tenure-track position carries responsibilities in the areas of teaching archaeology and museum studies at both the graduate and undergraduate level, advancing the museum studies program and Valene L. Smith Museum of Anthropology, maintaining an active participation in scholarship, and service to the North State and student advancement.

The University:

Chico State is committed to recruiting outstanding candidates who reflect the diverse, intercultural, and intersectional identities of our student body. The University proudly holds the Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) designation, and enrolls over 17,000 students, over half of whom identify as first generation college students.

The ideal candidate will share Chico State’s demonstrated commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion, have prior experience working with culturally and socio-economically diverse populations, and will contribute to student success through inclusive pedagogy, research and service to the university and surrounding North State communities.

The Department:

The Anthropology Department adheres to the four-field approach to anthropology. We currently have 175 undergraduate and 25 graduate students enrolled in program. For additional information about our mission statement and curriculum, please visit  https://www.csuchico.edu/anth/. Chico State is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.

Job-related questions should be directed to:

Matthew O’Brien, Search Committee Chair, 400 West 1st St. Chico, CA 95929-400, [[3]], [[4]]



niversity of North Carolina Wilmington, Lecturer in the Anthropology/Archaeology of Africa or the African Diaspora (Due: January 3, 2022)

To instantiate our values of Access, Equity, and Diversity, the UNCW College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) is embarking on our second year of a cluster hire initiative in the areas of Africana Studies, Race, Racial Inequality, and Social Justice. We seek to build a network of researchers, scholars, and artists that will support the ongoing work in which we are engaged and to set a path forward as we grow these areas of critical study into regional and national strengths. The position of Associate Professor/Professor of Criminology within the Department of Sociology and Criminology is part of this initiative.

The Department of Anthropology at the University of North Carolina Wilmington invites applications for a full-time Lecturer position. This is a renewable, non-tenure track position, starting the 2022-23 academic year, with the possibility of promotion to Senior Lecturer based on experience and outstanding performance and service to the department.

The Lectureship entails teaching four courses a semester, including our introduction to archaeology, history of anthropological theory capstone, and introductory and upper-level classes in the individual's area of expertise. The topics of such classes might include the anthropology of race & racism, historical archaeology of Africa and the African diaspora, ethnoarchaeology, bioarchaeology of race, colonial and post-colonial research, and/or racial disparities of health from the perspective of medical anthropology. The position also involves some service responsibilities. The application deadline is January 3, 2022.

Minimum Education and Experience Requirements: Ph.D. in Anthropology at the time of employment.  Candidates should possess research interest in Africa, African-America communities, or among the African diaspora in the U.S., the Caribbean, or other parts of the Americas.  ABD will be considered; however, applicants who are ABD for the terminal degree at time of application must defend by May 2022.

Preferred Education, Knowledge, Skills & Experience: Preference will be given to anthropological archaeologists; subfield and specialization are open.

Primary Function of Organizational Unit: The UNCW Department of Anthropology offers a BA degree in Anthropology, a Minor in Anthropology and an Interdisciplinary Minor in Forensic Science and an Interdisciplinary Minor in Medical Humanities. Our program includes an array of courses designed to provide students an overview of the discipline, and a thorough grounding in archaeology, biological anthropology, and cultural anthropology. Because there is a strong cross-cultural and comparative focus in Anthropology, students are encouraged to develop competence in a foreign language and to broaden their cultural horizons by participating in study abroad programs. Through participation in field studies and laboratory research projects of faculty mentors, undergraduate students have opportunities to engage in "hands-on" research; sharpen analytical skills; and to develop competence in the use of research instruments and  information technology that are essential aspects of the undergraduate experience in anthropology.

Special Notes to Applicants: Prior to the official appointment to the university, the candidate(s) selected for hire must be able to demonstrate eligibility to teach assigned courses by successfully meeting the credentialing requirements based on official transcripts and other documentation as required.

Applications will be accepted until 11:59pm EST on 01/03/2022, the posting close date. To apply, please complete the online application process available at https://jobs.uncw.edu/ and attach the following materials as an Adobe PDF document including:

1.  Cover Letter

2.  Curriculum Vita

3.  List of 3 Professional References

4.  If needed, applicants may upload additional materials under the Other category.

Note that letters of application without the requested components will not meet the application requirements.

Please note that a minimum of three professional references are required for all applications. References will be requested during the screening process.

Please direct questions concerning the search, contact the Search Committee Chair Dr. Scott Simmons at [[5]].  For questions regarding the online application process, contact Ms. Lolly Williams at [[6]].

University of Haifa School of Archaeology and Maritime Cultures Call for Applications – Tenure-Track Position: Archaeological Biogeochemistry of the Levant and Neighboring Regions (Due Nov 30th)

The School of Archaeology and Maritime Cultures (SAMC) at the University of Haifa, Israel, invites applications for a tenure track position in archaeological biogeochemistry of the Levant and neighboring regions, starting in October 2022. The newly established SAMC comprises the Departments of Archaeology and Maritime Civilizations with two new departments planned to be established within three years – Archaeological Sciences and Preservation, Heritage and Museology in Archaeology. The current position is intended for the Department of Archaeological Sciences.

We are seeking candidates with proven academic excellence in their fields of expertise. Specifically, we are looking for candidates with strong background in the archaeology and stable isotope biogeochemistry of the Eastern Mediterranean / Levant. Candidates should demonstrate hands-on research experience with stable isotope biogeochemistry related to reconstruction of diet, environment/climate, and mobility of humans and associated animal and plant taxa. Candidates are expected to show how their research is relevant for both inland and coastal settings and climatic zones typical of the eastern Mediterranean, as in the SAMC framework they are expected to conduct research in all these arenas.

Applicants must have a Ph.D. as well as post-doc research, with publications in prominent refereed journals. They must demonstrate excellence and originality in research and proven experience in field and laboratory/experimental projects. The position is open to all ranks.

The successful candidate will be expected to teach the equivalent of 8 semestrial hours of undergraduate and graduate-level courses. The primary teaching language is English. The candidate will be expected to supervise theses and carry usual nonteaching duties.

Please submit a dossier: Cover letter (up to 2 pages, including an academic biography, research plans, and proposed course titles); CV and list of publications; sample/s of writing (up to a total of 8,000 words). Application materials in PDF should be emailed to Ms. Yifat Segal at [[7]]. Please have three reference letters sent directly to this address. Deadline for application: November 30th 2021. Interviews with shortlisted candidates are expected shortly thereafter.

University of Haifa School of Archaeology and Maritime Cultures Call for Applications – Tenure-Track Position: Vegetation History and Archaeobotany of the Levant and Neighboring Regions (Due Nov 30th)

The School of Archaeology and Maritime Cultures (SAMC) at the University of Haifa, Israel, invites applications for a tenure track position in vegetation history and archaeobotany of the Levant and neighboring regions, starting in October 2022. The newly established SAMC comprises the Departments of Archaeology and Maritime Civilizations with two new departments planned to be established within three years – Archaeological Sciences and Preservation, Heritage and Museology in Archaeology. The current position is intended for the Department of Archaeological Sciences.

We are seeking candidates with proven academic excellence in their fields of expertise. Specifically, we are looking for candidates with strong background in archaeobotany (also known as paleoethnobotany) of the Eastern Mediterranean / Levant. Candidates should preferably demonstrate abilities working with more than one botanical proxy, and in particular integration of basic botanical data acquisition with other scientific methods. Candidates are expected to show how their research is relevant for the study of archaeobotanical assemblages from both terrestrial and underwater sites, as in the SAMC framework they are expected to conduct research in both arenas.

Applicants must have a Ph.D. as well as post-doc research, with publications in prominent refereed journals. They must demonstrate excellence and originality in research and proven experience in field and laboratory/experimental projects. The position is open to all ranks.

The successful candidate will be expected to teach the equivalent of 8 semestrial hours of undergraduate and graduate-level courses. The primary teaching language is English. The candidate will be expected to supervise theses and carry usual nonteaching duties.

Please submit a dossier: Cover letter (up to 2 pages, including an academic biography, research plans, and proposed course titles); CV and list of publications; sample/s of writing (up to a total of 8,000 words). Application materials in PDF should be emailed to Ms. Yifat Segal at [[8]]. Please have three reference letters sent directly to this address. Deadline for application: November 30th 2021. Interviews with shortlisted candidates are expected shortly thereafter.

University of Arkansas - Fayetteville, Assistant Professor of Anthropology (Archaeology of Complex Socio-Ecological Systems, Eastern US (Due Dec 15, 2021)

Department: Department of Anthropology

Department's Website: https://anthropology.uark.edu/

POSITION SUMMARY: The Department of Anthropology in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Arkansas, invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor in Anthropology to start in August 2022. This is a standard nine-month faculty appointment. Please note that we are currently offering two positions. Applicants must apply to each position separately if they wish to be considered for both. The applicant should identify the listing number (R0007055) and reference “Archaeology of Complex Socio-Ecological Systems, Eastern US” in their cover letter.

We seek candidates with demonstrated research and teaching expertise in the archaeology of complex socio-ecological systems with a focus on the indigenous societies of Eastern North America, including but not limited to the Southeastern United States. We seek a candidate who can help build a programmatic focus in Environmental Archaeology, broadly construed, by conducting theoretically informed and methodologically rigorous teaching and research addressing themes such as:

  • Human mobility
  • Landscape archaeology
  • Subsistence economies
  • Environmental engineering
  • Interconnected socio-ecological networks

Methodological foci include but are not limited to:

  • Biochemical or geochemical analyses (e.g., stable isotopes)
  • Geospatial, digital, and/or modeling approaches
  • Palaeoethnobotany, zooarchaeology, palynology, dendrochronology, or similar
  • Materials analyses
  • Geoarchaeological analyses

We especially invite applications from candidates who are committed to developing convergent research programs with departmental colleagues and with other departments and units in the University of Arkansas system, such as the Arkansas Archeological Survey, the University of Arkansas Stable Isotope Lab, and the Center for Advanced Spatial Technology.  We encourage applicants to view the University’s current Strategic Plan (https://www.uark.edu/strategic-plan/) and Signature Research Areas (https://arkansasresearch.uark.edu/signature-research-areas/).

The Department of Anthropology at the University of Arkansas currently has 12 tenured or tenure track faculty, spanning the subdisciplines of archaeology, biological anthropology, and cultural anthropology. For more information see the Department webpage: https://fulbright.uark.edu/departments/anthropology/.

Duties will include:

  • 40% Research
  • 40% Teaching (2/2 courseload)
  • 20% Service

Minimum Qualifications:

With submitted materials, the candidate must demonstrate:

  • Ph.D. in anthropology (or a closely related field) by the time of appointment
  • An active field and/or lab research program focused on indigenous socio-ecological systems in the Eastern US with the potential to involve undergraduate and graduate students
  • Methodological expertise that complements existing faculty strengths

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Strong record of successful publication and funding in the thematic and/or methodological areas described in the job summary
  • Ability to develop effective undergraduate and graduate classes that complement the current course catalog
  • Existing or planned research and teaching that engages descendant communities and local stakeholders where the research takes place
  • Commitment to building an equitable and diverse scholarly environment in teaching, mentoring, research, life experiences, or service

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Completed applications received by December 15, 2021, will be assured full consideration. Please note that there are two positions currently offered. The applicant should identify the listing number (R0007055) and reference “Archaeology of Complex Socio-Ecological Systems, Eastern US” in their cover letter. If a candidate wants to be considered for both positions, they must apply to both positions through the job portal.

For additional inquiries, please contact the search committee chair, Wes Stoner. at wdstoner@uark.edu

For a complete position announcement and information regarding how to apply, visit https://uasys.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UASYS/job/Fayetteville/Assistant-Professor-of-Anthropology--Archaeology-of-Complex-Socio-Ecological-Systems--Eastern-US-_R0007055-1. To apply, please submit a cover letter/letter of application that addresses research and teaching interests, a curriculum vitae, a list of three professional references (name, title, email address, and contact number), and a statement outlining commitment to Diversity and Inclusion in his/her/their academic activities. Letters of recommendation will be requested only for candidates selected for individual interviews. Additional materials may be requested at a later date.

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  

Annual Salary/Benefits Package: Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. As an employer, the University of Arkansas offers a vibrant work environment and a workplace culture that promotes a healthy work-life balance. The benefits package includes university contributions to health, dental, life and disability insurance, tuition waivers for employees and their families, 12 official holidays, immediate leave accrual, and a choice of retirement programs with university contributions ranging from 5 to 10% of employee salary.

The University of Arkansas is an Affirmative Action/EOE institution committed to achieving diversity in its faculty and staff. We encourage applications from all qualified candidates, especially individuals who contribute to diversity of our campus community. The university welcomes applications without regard to race/color, sex, gender, pregnancy, age, national origin, disability, religion, marital or parental status, protected veteran or military status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal or state law.  Persons must have proof of legal authority to work in the United States on the first day of employment. All applicant information is subject to public disclosure under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act.

University of Arkansas - Fayetteville, Assistant Professor of Anthropology (Archaeology of Complex Socio-Ecological Systems, Americas) (Due Dec 15, 2021)

Department: Department of Anthropology

Department's Website: https://anthropology.uark.edu/

POSITION SUMMARY: The Department of Anthropology in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Arkansas, invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor in Anthropology to start in August 2022. This is a standard nine-month faculty appointment. Please note that we are currently offering two positions. Applicants must apply to each position separately if they wish to be considered for both. The applicant should identify the listing number (R0007056) and reference “Archaeology of Complex Socio-Ecological Systems, Americas” in their cover letter.

We seek candidates with demonstrated research and teaching expertise in the archaeology of complex socio-ecological systems with a focus on the indigenous societies of Northern, Central, or South America. We seek a candidate who can help build a programmatic focus in Environmental Archaeology, broadly construed, by conducting theoretically informed and methodologically rigorous teaching and research addressing themes such as:

  • Human mobility
  • Landscape archaeology
  • Subsistence economies
  • Environmental engineering
  • Interconnected socio-ecological networks

Methodological foci include but are not limited to:

  • Biochemical or geochemical analyses (e.g., stable isotopes)
  • Geospatial, digital, and/or modeling approaches
  • Palaeoethnobotany, zooarchaeology, palynology, dendrochronology, or similar
  • Materials analyses
  • Geoarchaeological analyses

We especially invite applications from candidates who are committed to developing convergent research programs with departmental colleagues and with other departments and units in the University of Arkansas system, such as the Arkansas Archeological Survey, the University of Arkansas Stable Isotope Lab, and the Center for Advanced Spatial Technology.  We encourage applicants to view the University’s current Strategic Plan (https://www.uark.edu/strategic-plan/) and Signature Research Areas (https://arkansasresearch.uark.edu/signature-research-areas/).

The Department of Anthropology at the University of Arkansas currently has 12 tenured or tenure track faculty, spanning the subdisciplines of archaeology, biological anthropology, and cultural anthropology. For more information see the Department webpage: https://fulbright.uark.edu/departments/anthropology/.

Duties will include:

  • 40% Research
  • 40% Teaching (2/2 courseload)
  • 20% Service

Minimum Qualifications:

With submitted materials, the candidate must demonstrate:

  • Ph.D. in anthropology (or a closely related field) by the time of appointment
  • An active field and/or lab research program focused on indigenous socio-ecological systems anywhere in the Americas with the potential to involve undergraduate and graduate students
  • Methodological expertise that complements existing faculty strengths

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Strong record of successful publication and funding in the thematic and/or methodological areas described in the job summary
  • Ability to develop effective undergraduate and graduate classes that complement the current course catalog
  • Existing or planned research and teaching that engages descendant communities and local stakeholders where the research takes place
  • Commitment to building an equitable and diverse scholarly environment in teaching, mentoring, research, life experiences, or service

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Completed applications received by December 15, 2021, will be assured full consideration. Please note that there are two positions currently offered. The applicant should identify the listing number (R0007056) and reference “Archaeology of Complex Socio-Ecological Systems, Americas” in their cover letter. If a candidate wants to be considered for both positions, they must apply to both positions through the job portal.

For additional inquiries, please contact the search committee chair, Wes Stoner. at wdstoner@uark.edu

For a complete position announcement and information regarding how to apply, visit https://uasys.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UASYS/job/Fayetteville/Assistant-Professor-of-Anthropology--Archaeology-of-Complex-Socio-Ecological-Systems--Americas-_R0007056. To apply, please submit a cover letter/letter of application that addresses research and teaching interests, a curriculum vitae, a list of three professional references (name, title, email address, and contact number), and a statement outlining commitment to Diversity and Inclusion in his/her/their academic activities. Letters of recommendation will be requested only for candidates selected for individual interviews. Additional materials may be requested at a later date.

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  

Annual Salary/Benefits Package: Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. As an employer, the University of Arkansas offers a vibrant work environment and a workplace culture that promotes a healthy work-life balance. The benefits package includes university contributions to health, dental, life and disability insurance, tuition waivers for employees and their families, 12 official holidays, immediate leave accrual, and a choice of retirement programs with university contributions ranging from 5 to 10% of employee salary.

The University of Arkansas is an Affirmative Action/EOE institution committed to achieving diversity in its faculty and staff. We encourage applications from all qualified candidates, especially individuals who contribute to diversity of our campus community. The university welcomes applications without regard to race/color, sex, gender, pregnancy, age, national origin, disability, religion, marital or parental status, protected veteran or military status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal or state law.  Persons must have proof of legal authority to work in the United States on the first day of employment. All applicant information is subject to public disclosure under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act.

California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco CA: Assistant/Associate Curator of Anthropology (Due: Dec 15, 2021)

The California Academy of Sciences is seeking candidates to fill the Irvine Chair of Anthropology. The Irvine Chair focuses on research that advances fundamental knowledge within the fields of archaeology, cultural and/or biological anthropology. The new curator would join nearly 100 staff and students in the Institute for Biodiversity Science and Sustainability (IBSS) and help us address some of the world’s most pressing problems related to biodiversity conservation, evolutionary processes, ecosystem health, and global environmental change – and communicate findings to diverse audiences. The successful candidate will be expected to maintain an active research program in anthropology (archaeology, cultural and/or biological), provide service to the scientific and Academy communities, pursue external funding, engage in outreach activities, and mentor students. In addition, this position helps steward the Academy’s anthropology collection, which includes over 16,000 objects encompassing ethnographic and archaeological material from around the globe with particular strengths in California, the US Southwest and Pacific Islands. The Irvine Chair will join the Academy’s innovative team striving to lead the world in addressing biodiversity conservation through research, science-based conservation, and engaging communities in our work. Currently, the Academy has a new strategic plan including three initiatives – Hope for Reefs, Thriving California, and Islands 2030 – that leverage biodiversity science, environmental learning, and collaborative engagement to regenerate fragile ecosystems around the world. Learn more at https://www.calacademy.org/about-us/major-initiatives.

The Academy offers a unique and powerful setting to conduct scientific research and engagement. Housed in a Double LEED Platinum building in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, the Academy combines a world-class natural history museum, a research institute, and educational center all under one roof. Facilities include outstanding research collections (with over 46 million specimens); a world-leading digital planetarium/visualization studio; a premiere aquarium with nearly 40,000 living animals and unique culturing facilities; an indoor rainforest, living coral reef, and California habitats; numerous other public exhibits and educational facilities; and advanced research laboratories for genomics, specimen preparation, high-performance computing, microscopy, scientific visualization, etc. The Academy also has a powerful community science engine in our Center for Biodiversity & Community and iNaturalist, which engages global observers in high-quality biodiversity data collection.

This is a full-time (10-month) position and applicants at the Assistant and Associate levels will be given consideration.

Applications Applications must be submitted through the Academy’s careers page: https://californiaacademyofsciences.applytojob.com/apply/bAw0eq6bgT/AssistantAssociate-Curator-Of-Anthropology

Review of applications will begin December 15, 2021 and continue until the position is filled.

Questions For submission questions related to JazzHR, please contact Mari Morell, Talent Acquisition Recruiter (mmorell@calacademy.org) or Karen Umana, Recruiting Coordinator (kumana@calacademy.org). Questions about the position should  be sent to Dr. Rayna Bell and Dr. Nathalie Nagalingum, Search Committee co-Chairs (rbell@calacademy.org, nnagalingum@calacademy.org)

George Washington University: Assistant Professor of Archaeology (Due: Nov. 30, 2021)

Link: https://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=177675152&Title=Assistant%20or%20Associate%20Professor%20of%20Archaeology

Proposed Start Date: 08/01/2022

Position Description Summary: The George Washington University's Columbian College of Arts and Sciences invites applications for a tenure track faculty position in the archaeology of the Black Atlantic to begin as early as Fall 2022. The department is seeking to expand its teaching and research in the area of race, and the lived experiences of enslavement, resistance, and freedom amongst Africans and Afro-descendants in the Americas. We are particularly seeking to expand our coverage of   North America, West Africa, The Caribbean, or the parts of Central or South America that specifically focus on the sphere of the Black Atlantic, though we are also interested in research focused on African/a archaeology. We are interested in multidisciplinary approaches from both archaeology and Africana Studies (for e.g. geography, computer modeling, sociology, remote sensing, history, bioarchaeology, statistics, literature) as well as questions of growing interest within and beyond archaeology (e.g., the movement of materials and ideas, dialogues between technology and culture; environmental and demographic interactions; or managing heritage).  The position will be at the assistant or associate professor ranks. The successful candidate will have a primary appointment in the GWU Anthropology Department, within the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences.  

Specific Duties and Responsibilities: Teaching responsibilities would include undergraduate and graduate students in CCAS and other students at the University.

Minimum qualifications: A Ph.D. in Anthropology or Archaeology by date of appointment. All applicants should demonstrate potential for sustained high quality research and teaching.  

Special Instructions to Applicants: Applicants should upload a letter of interest detailing research and teaching interests and qualifications, a current curriculum vita, recent or prospective syllabi, a writing sample, and include the names of three referees. Applicants at the associate level should should upload additional documents to demonstrate sustained research and teaching through publications in scholarly journals, significant grant writing, books, or fellowship activity, as well as syllabi, course proposals, and teaching evaluations. Review of applications will begin November 30, 2021 and will continue until the position is filled. Only complete applications will be considered. The George Washington University seeks to attract a diverse faculty of the highest caliber; women and people of color are particularly encouraged to apply.

Department Link: https://anthropology.columbian.gwu.edu/

University of Georgia: Assistant Professor of Cultural History of Classical Antiquity and Greek and Roman Language (Jan 10, 2022)

The Department of Classics at the University of Georgia invites applications for a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor in cultural history of Classical antiquity and Greek and Roman language. The teaching load is four courses per academic year.

The Department has operated a highly successful faculty-led summer Rome program since 1970. We are especially interested in applicants who have participated in summer study abroad programs and can teach Rome’s cultural history and its reception at sites in Rome and Italy. Compensation for teaching on the Rome program is in addition to a faculty member’s academic year salary. Candidates should be prepared to teach classes in introductory Classical Culture from Troy to Augustine, Latin, and/or Greek, and advanced courses in Classical antiquity and its Reception, as well as in areas of their research specialties. Additional Requirements

For information about the requirements for appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor, please see the University of Georgia’s Guidelines for Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure and the College of Arts & Sciences Department of Classics criteria . Relevant/Preferred Education, Experience, Licensure, and/or Certification Preferred Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and/or Competencies

Of importance are teaching and research topics and methodologies that focus on issues of cultural diversity.

The University of Georgia ( UGA ), a land-grant and sea-grant university with statewide commitments and responsibilities, is the state’s oldest, most comprehensive, and most diversified institution of higher education ( https://www.uga.edu/ ). UGA is currently ranked among the top 16 public universities in U.S. News & World Report. The University’s main campus is located in Athens, approximately 65 miles northeast of Atlanta, with extended campuses in Atlanta, Griffin, Gwinnett, and Tifton. UGA was founded in 1785 by the Georgia General Assembly as the first state-chartered University in the country. UGA employs approximately 1,800 full-time instructional faculty and more than 7,700 full-time staff. The University’s enrollment exceeds 39,000 students including over 30,000 undergraduates and over 9,000 graduate and professional students. Academic programs reside in 18 schools and colleges, as well as a medical partnership with Augusta University housed on the UGA Health Sciences Campus in Athens. Georgia is well known for its quality of life in regard to both outdoor and urban activities ( www.georgia.org ; www.visitathensga.com ) About the College/Unit/Department

The University of Georgia, the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, and its many units are committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty and students, and sustaining a work and learning environment that is inclusive. Women, minorities, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. College/Unit/Department website http://www.classics.uga.edu Posting Type External Retirement Plan Employment Type Employee Benefits Eligibility Benefits Eligible Underutilization Advertised Salary Anticipated Start Date 08/01/2022 Effective End Date (for Limited-Term postings) Job Posting Date 11/04/2021 Job Closing Date Open until filled Yes Special Instructions to Applicants

Applications should include a cover letter, cv, contact information for three references, and a writing sample (20 pages maximum). References will be sent an email through the UGAJobs system with instructions on how to submit their letters of recommendation. All applications received by January 10, 2022 will receive full consideration, but review will continue until the position is filled.

Questions related to this position may be directed to Dr. Erika Hermanowicz, Search Committee Chair at [[9]] Because of the global COVID pandemic, interviews for this position will be conducted remotely via Zoom. Invitations to the campus for the finalists may occur if on-campus interviews can be done safely and in accordance with university guidelines. Location of Vacancy Athens Area EEO Statement

The University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, genetic information, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation or protected veteran status. Persons needing accommodations or assistance with the accessibility of materials related to this search are encouraged to contact Central HR (hrweb@uga.edu).

Florida Atlantic University: Assistant Professor of Archaeology (Due: Jan 1, 2022)

The Department of Anthropology invites applications for a tenure earning Assistant Professor position in archaeology for the 2022-2023 academic year. This position is part of a cluster of new hires whose research interests are broadly or thematically related to issues of Crisis, Resistance, Sustainability, and Resilience.   Issues such as climate change, inequality, new technological systems, ethno-nationalism, and political-economic competition, among other dynamics, drive the predominant global challenges.  

We are searching for scholars whose work addresses the “human side” of these challenges:

-on human adaptations to crises and catastrophes (from hurricanes, to increasing global temperatures and sea level rise, to war, conquest, and political struggle) and/or

-on human adaptations that move towards (or provide evidence for) sustainable lifeways (e.g., eco villages, new technologies) and resilient communities.

Geographic area and specialization are open, but research that addresses issues of prehistoric civilizational collapse factors and responses/adaptations, sustainability in the prehistoric record, sociopolitical instability, inequality, or other related dimensions is preferred.  In addition, applications reflecting expertise in new techniques and technologies will receive special consideration. A successful candidate will be committed to undergraduate and graduate teaching and mentoring, demonstrate research potential, and have an active, field-based presence.  The Department of Anthropology has archaeological lab space and houses a substantial zooarchaeological comparative collection of south Florida fauna, fish, and shells.

The teaching load is 5 courses (3/2) during the academic year. The candidate should be prepared to teach Archaeological Research Methods, Introduction to Anthropology, a course on a geographical region, and topically focused courses (e.g., Florida Archaeology, Native American Cultures) as well as a graduate seminar in archaeology.

The Department of Anthropology embraces diversity and seeks candidates who will participate in a climate that attracts students of all ethnicities, races, nationalities, genders, and members of the LGBTQ+ community. In a continuing effort to enrich its academic environment and provide equal educational and employment opportunities, the department actively encourages applications from members of underrepresented groups in higher education. Of special interest are candidates who have experience working with students from diverse backgrounds and possess a strong commitment to improving access to higher education for historically marginalized peoples.

Minimum Qualifications: PhD in Anthropology from an accredited institution. The successful candidate must have the Ph.D. completed by the start of the Fall 2022 semester. Salary: Commensurate with Experience College or Department: College of Arts & Letters Location: Boca Raton Application Deadline: 2022-01-09-08:00 Special Instructions to Applicant: This position is open until filled and may close without prior notice. This position is subject to funding. For questions about the position, direct correspondence to Dr. Clifford Brown, ctbrown@fau.edu. When completing the online application, please upload all required documentation noted here: (1) cover letter addressing research and teaching interests, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) complete contact information for three references. Accommodations: Individuals requiring accommodation, please call [[10]]. 711

https://fau.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/FAU/job/Boca-Raton/Assistant-Professor-Archaeology_REQ11581-1


Western Illinois University, Assistant Professor of Anthropology (Archaeology). (Screening begins Dec. 4th, 2021.)

Link: https://www.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=139012

Job Description:

APPOINTMENT: August 2022

RESPONSIBILITIES: Teach Introduction to Physical Anthropology and Archaeology, which provides a survey of methods and discoveries in both fields; Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, which incorporates all four fields of American anthropology; and other lower and upper division topical courses from within the current course offerings, or new courses associated with the candidate's expertise. In addition, this position also includes the coordination and delivery of the bi-annual WIU Archaeological Field School.  Candidates with expertise in the archaeology and cultures of the Americas are especially encouraged to apply.

RANK & SALARY: Assistant Professor, tenure-track. Salary competitive. Western Illinois University offers a competitive benefits package including domestic partner benefits. For full benefit information visit: http://www.wiu.edu/vpas/human_resources/benefits/.

Requirements:

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: PhD in Anthropology. Candidates should demonstrate an expertise in anthropological archaeology. Commitment to building a diverse and inclusive educational environment for both on-campus and fully-online students.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Must show commitment to scholarly/research activities and evidence of ability to teach at the university level.  Demonstrable experience in teaching or working with diverse student populations. Experience with online, face-to-face, and hybrid course delivery formats and the associated technologies. Noteworthy teaching experience in an academic setting is preferred.

For a degree to be considered, it must be conferred from a regionally accredited degree-granting institution of higher education (or equivalent from an international accrediting body). Unless otherwise stated, the degree must be "in hand" at the time of application.

Additional Information:

THE DEPARTMENT: The Anthropology Program is part of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, located on the Macomb campus. The program offers students training in the four-fields of Anthropology and offers the first fully online BA in Anthropology program at an Illinois public college/university. We have long standing relationships with regional institutions including the Field Museum of Natural History and Dickson Mounds Museum.  Students have opportunities to participate in short term study abroad programs, our Archeological Field School, and federally funded research.  Anthropology majors may also pursue an Integrated Master's Degree in either Liberal Arts & Sciences or Museum Studies.  For more information please see http://www.wiu.edu/cas/anthropology/index.php.

THE UNIVERSITY: Since 1902, Western Illinois University has provided outstanding educational opportunities to individuals in west central Illinois and well beyond our region and state. WIU's traditional residential campus in Macomb, Illinois, is the educational, cultural and athletic center of the region, while the WIU-Quad Cities non-residential branch campus in Moline, Illinois, is the only public university in the immediate Quad Cities region.

Western is a comprehensive university offering 62 undergraduate and 41 graduate degree programs, which includes an Ed.D. in educational leadership and a Ph.D. in environmental science. The University's 442 full-time faculty members teach 94 percent of all undergraduate and graduate courses.

WIU-Macomb, IL: A traditional, residential four-year campus with distinctive undergraduate degrees and numerous graduate programs, including a doctorate in education, WIU-Macomb is located in the heart of west central Illinois in Macomb (population 20,000). Macomb is an Amtrak city with twice-daily service to Chicago.

WIU-Quad Cities: The only public university in the Quad Cities area, WIU-QC offers select undergraduate and graduate programs, including a doctorate in education and a doctorate in environmental studies, at its non-residential campus in Moline, IL (population 44,000).

WIU's Macomb campus is the educational, cultural and athletic center of the region. Annually, 12 major theatrical and dance productions and studio shows are performed, along with outstanding concerts, lectures, presentations, films, dance performances and more. The Gwendolyn Brooks and Casa Latina cultural centers offer programs and activities focusing on Black and Hispanic cultures, while the Women's Center promotes gender equity through education, support and advocacy. WIU's student organization for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning and ally (LGBTQ*A) community provides resources, support and programming. These cultural and resource centers promote WIU's goal of enhancing diversity, equity, and inclusion through educational programming and advocacy.

The University's athletics program, based on the Macomb campus, sponsors 17 NCAA Division I intercollegiate men's and women's varsity sports. Football competes in the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision through the Missouri Valley Football Conference; all other varsity sports compete at the Division I level through The Summit League.

University of Cincinnati, Assistant Professor of Classics (Archaeology) (Due Nov. 15, 2021)

Link: https://www.mommsen-gesellschaft.de/stellenangebote/1076-assistant-professor-of-classics-archaeology

The Department of Classics at the University of Cincinnati invites applications for a tenure-track position in the Archaeology of the Iron Age Mediterranean, with related research and teaching interests. The appointment, at the level of Assistant Professor, is to begin on August 15, 2022.

The Department of Classics offers BA programs in Classics and Classical Civilization, and MA and PhD programs with concentrations ranging from Greek and Latin language and literature to Greek and Roman history, Greek prehistory, and Greek and Roman archaeology. The department prides itself on providing an interdisciplinary environment that educates all its students in philology, ancient history, and archaeology. It is housed together with the Burnam Classics Library, one of the largest and best collections of resources in Classics in the world, including an important collection of Byzantine and Modern Greek resources. Full information about the department can be found on our website: http://classics.uc.edu

Essential Functions

Candidates will be expected to teach courses ranging from introductory undergraduate classics courses to advanced graduate seminars, and to have a continuing program of scholarly publication in their specialty areas.  The successful candidate will also be expected to provide service to the department through work on departmental committees.

Minimum Qualifications

Candidates must hold a PhD or equivalent degree in Archaeology or related field, with evidence of completion required by July 1,  2022.

Application Process

Candidates must apply online at https://jobs.uc.edu and search for Requisition #72561. As well as completing the online application form, candidates are required to attach a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, and a one-page statement of how the candidate will contribute to the University's culture of inclusion, equity, and diversity; a sample of scholarly writing may also be attached using the "attach additional documents" feature in our hiring system. In addition, the candidate should request three confidential letters of reference to be sent to [[11]] with the subject line "Archaeology Search," and should include the names and e-mails of these referees in the CV.

The committee will start to review applications on November 15, 2021. The position will remain open until filled.

Additional Information

OFFICIAL ACADEMIC TRANSCRIPTS WILL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF HIRE. The University of Cincinnati, as a multi-national and culturally diverse university, is committed to providing an inclusive, equitable and diverse place of learning and employment. As part of a complete job application you will be asked to include a Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion statement.

As a UC employee, and an employee of an Ohio public institution, if hired you will not contribute to the federal Social Security system, other than contributions to Medicare. Instead, UC employees have the option to contribute to a state retirement plan (OPERS, STRS) or an alternative retirement plan (ARP).

The University of Cincinnati is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer / M / F / Veteran / Disabled.

Johns Hopkins University, Alexander Badawy Chair in Egyptian Art and Archaeology (Due Nov. 16, 2021)

Link: https://apply.interfolio.com/95187

Description

The Department of Near Eastern Studies at Johns Hopkins University invites applications for the Alexander Badawy Chair in Egyptian Art and Archaeology. This is an open rank search. The position is anticipated to begin July 1, 2022. The Department is dedicated to training scholars who appreciate the interconnectedness of the ancient world, particularly the Near East and northern Africa.

The search committee is committed to hiring candidates who, through their research, teaching, and/or service will contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community. Johns Hopkins University is committed to active recruitment of a diverse faculty and student body. The University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer of women, minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities and encourages applications from these and other protected group members. Consistent with the University's goals of achieving excellence in all areas, we will assess the comprehensive qualifications of each applicant.

Qualifications

The program values a holistic approach to Egyptian material culture and seeks to attract candidates with expertise in the substance and methodologies of art history and archaeology, as well as a firm grounding in Egyptian language. A field project in progress would be of interest; JHU currently holds a concession in the Temple of Mut at South Karnak and has been active there since 2001. The areas and periods of specialization are open, although the ability to offer courses in the history of Ancient Egypt and Middle Egyptian is desirable. Faculty have the opportunity to teach and conduct research in the Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum. Candidates must demonstrate a strong publication record and a commitment to teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Application Instructions

Applicants should submit a letter of interest describing their research agenda, a writing sample, and a curriculum vitae. In addition, candidates applying at the level of assistant professor should send teaching evaluations, if available, and three letters of recommendation. Those applying at the tenured level should provide the names of three references and teaching evaluations. All materials should be submitted by November 15th, 2021. All application materials must be submitted online via Interfolio, using the "Apply Now" button.

This institution is using Interfolio's Faculty Search to conduct this search. Applicants to this position receive a free Dossier account and can send all applications materials, including confidential letters of recommendation, free of charge. Please note, Interfolio works best with Chrome and Firefox browsers. You may encounter issues using Internet Explorer.

Lehigh University, Assistant Professor of Bioarchaeology (Due Dec. 1, 2021)

Link: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/19637

LEHIGH UNIVERSITY. The Department of Sociology & Anthropology invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position as Assistant Professor of Anthropology, effective Fall 2022. Potential candidates must have a strong record of empirical research in bioarchaeology as evidenced by peer review publications and/or external funding. We will consider candidates with topical specializations within bioarchaeology that focus on humans or hominins. The successful candidate will be expected to maintain a vigorous research program and teach introductory anthropology courses, including human evolution and archeology, as well as advanced courses in their area of interest. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to partner with interdisciplinary programs across campus. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in anthropology completed by the effective starting date of employment.

Lehigh University is a highly competitive, research-oriented, private university experiencing significant growth. We are located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, one hour north of Philadelphia and 90 minutes west of New York City. The standard teaching load is 2/2. Lehigh University’s core mission includes a strong commitment to developing global initiatives. The Department of Sociology and Anthropology has 13 faculty members and offers undergraduate majors in anthropology and sociology. Department faculty are active researchers and dedicated teachers who collaborate in a variety of interdisciplinary academic programs.

Lehigh University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, national or ethnic origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status. Lehigh University is committed to a culturally and intellectually diverse academic community and is especially interested in candidates who can contribute, through their research, teaching and/or service, to this mission. Lehigh University is the recipient of an NSF ADVANCE Institutional Transformation award for promoting the careers of women in academic sciences and engineering (https://advance.cc.lehigh.edu) and is among institutions of higher education recognized for excellence in diversity with the INSIGHT into Diversity HEED Award.  Additional information about Lehigh’s commitment to diversity and inclusion is available at https://diversityandinclusion.lehigh.edu.  Lehigh University provides competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits, including domestic partner benefits. More information about Work/Life Balance for Faculty can be found at: https://www.lehigh.edu/~inprv/faculty/worklifebalance.html. Lehigh University supports dual career efforts for spouses/partners of newly hired faculty. Learn more about Dual Career Assistance at: https://www.lehigh.edu/~inprv/faculty/dualcareer.html.

Candidates should submit the following at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/19637: 1) a cover letter that includes a statement on how the candidate would contribute to a diverse and inclusive environment as a faculty member, 2) statements of research interests and teaching effectiveness (one statement for each, not to exceed two pages each), and 3) a curriculum vitae. Please do not submit additional materials at this time. Only electronic submissions will be accepted. Applications must be completed by December 1, 2021 to receive full consideration. Questions concerning the position should be directed to Dr. David Casagrande, Search Committee Chair, at [[12]].

University of Pittsburgh, Assistant Professor, Archaeology of Africa, Asia, or Latin America (Due Nov. 5, 2021)

The Department of Anthropology at the University of Pittsburgh invites applications for a tenure-stream Assistant Professor position in Anthropological Archaeology to begin fall 2022, pending budgetary approval. Applicant must have a Ph.D. in Anthropology or a related field at the time of appointment. We seek a candidate with a regional focus either in Africa, Asia (including East Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia), or Latin America. We seek a candidate who is committed to rigorous empirical research on themes of broad resonance that connect to clusters of interest across the department and the university, including one or more of the following: a) historical ecology, political ecology, environmental sustainability and the Anthropocene; b) culture contact, colonial and post-colonial legacies, and engagement with descendant communities; c) urbanism and the growth and workings of cities through time; and/or d) well-being, human experience, and inequality. Methodological areas of expertise are open but should add to and complement existing strengths in our department.

Candidates must have an active research program that provides opportunity for the integration and training of students. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated record of excellence in teaching, research and publication and will contribute to our strong commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusivity within our academic community and through its programs of outreach. Teaching responsibilities will include two courses in the fall term and two courses in the spring term, at undergraduate and graduate levels. Candidates also will advise and mentor graduate students, contribute to departmental and wider university administration, and participate in the intellectual life of the department.

Application URL: https://cfopitt.taleo.net/careersection/pitt_faculty_external/jobdetail.ftl?job=21006521&tz=GMT-04%3A00&tzname=America%2FNew_York

The online application must include a cover letter that discusses the candidate’s research expertise and teaching experience and pedagogical approaches. The application must also include a diversity statement, CV and the names and contact information of three references (letters are not required with initial application).

For full consideration, applications must be received by November 5, 2021. The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality of opportunity, human dignity and diversity, EOE, including disability/vets. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment, but members of minority groups under-represented in academia, veterans, and persons with disabilities are enthusiastically encouraged to apply.

Contact: Dr. Elizabeth Arkush, Search Committee Chair (arkush@pitt.edu).

*I'm a little surprised about this posting, since they just hired a Mayanist who started last year.

^^ This is a position to fill a retirement. Several faculty retired over the past few years, so the department is working to fill these vacancies post-freezes due to the pandemic.

Applied x4 -- anyone heard anything? [11/19]
11/19 - request for additional materials & zoom interview

Indiana University, Bloomington, Assistant Professor of Anthropological Archaeology (Due Oct. 15, 2021)

Link: https://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/11430

The Department of Anthropology at Indiana University Bloomington seeks applicants for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Anthropological Archaeology with a demonstrated expertise in zooarchaeology and a focus on descendant communities in North America, who can take on a leadership role with the William R Adams Zooarchaeology Laboratory (WRAZL). WRAZL is a 1,400 square foot facility in the Department that includes over 10,000 modern comparative faunal remains. Preference will be given to scholars whose training, research, and publications demonstrate experience in working with descendant communities and who share a commitment to training students in community-engaged scholarship. We welcome applications from candidates who contribute to the Department’s stated priorities for diversity, inclusion, and equity. Topical specializations are open, but priority will be given to candidates with research interests in human-environmental interactions. The candidate is expected to complement and strengthen anthropology’s undergraduate and graduate curriculum, as well as collaborate with colleagues across anthropology’s subfields in research, teaching, and service. The candidate is expected to develop a research program capable of attracting external funding. We expect the candidate to develop a comprehensive teaching portfolio that includes large undergraduate courses, methods courses, and graduate courses in the candidate’s areas of interest.

The Department of Anthropology at Indiana University Bloomington acknowledges and honors the Miami, Delaware, Potawatomi, and Shawnee on whose ancestral lands Indiana University is built and recognizes the responsibility that this carries. The Department of Anthropology is among the oldest and largest four field departments in the United States, offering B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. The Department also offers an M.A. program in Food Studies. Indiana University Bloomington enrolls over 32,000 undergraduate and 8500 graduate students.

The Department of Anthropology is committed to promoting respect for human diversity, as described on our website, and supports the mission of the College of Arts and Sciences of Indiana University in building and supporting a diverse, inclusive, and equitable community of students and scholars. Indiana University shall take affirmative action, positive and extraordinary, to overcome the discriminatory effects of traditional policies and procedures with regard to the disabled, minorities, women, and veterans. As required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Indiana University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its education programs and activities, including employment and admission. Indiana University prohibits discrimination on the basis of age, color, disability, ethnicity, sex, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status. Indiana University will recruit, hire, promote, educate, and provide services to persons based upon their individual qualifications.

Applied: x2
11/17: additional application materials requested x2

  • Did you also get a skype interview request?
  • Yep! Zoom interview request on 11/17 as well.

Augustana University, Sioux Falls SD Archaeology Lab Director (Deadline Sep. 24, 2021)

Permanent Position, non-tenure track. Some teaching, predominantly CRM lab director.

Deadline: Sept 24th 2021, or until filled.

Augustana University, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, is seeking a full time Director to oversee all operations of the Augustana University Archeology Lab, a financially independent entity established on the Augustana campus in 1982. The Director should think creatively in seeking revenue avenues for the Archeology Laboratory in addition to directing archeological research, cultural resource management (CRM), and historic preservation projects. This position provides an exciting opportunity for a motivated individual to build upon a well-established small University-based cultural resource management lab.


The Director is expected to exceed the minimum standards for a professional archeologist as defined by the Secretary of the Interior (36CFR66). Applicant must have CRM experience and a successful history of grant and/or proposal writing as it pertains to funding a CRM office. Individuals in this capacity must have a variety of management and academic skills, and will be expected to conduct major research projects, including preparing proposals and research designs, planning project logistics and managing budgets, supervising staff, both fulltime and student, working with multidisciplinary research teams, and writing and editing CRM finding reports as well as other technical reports.


Necessary skills include:

  • Ability to lead research on professional topics and perform cultural resource surveys and inventories.
  • Develop and provide National Register eligibility and management recommendations for identified cultural resources.
  • Ability to consult on development of Programmatic Agreements and Memoranda of Agreement and Understanding with federal and state agencies.
  • Fully conversant with NHPA Section 106 compliance procedures.
  • Knowledge of how to apply the National Register criteria for evaluation (NR Bulletin 15) and how to complete the National Register Registration Form and the National Register Multiple Property Documentation Form (NR Bulletins 16A and 16B).
  • Knowledge of GIS technology, data collection, illustration of findings and related topics.
  • Ability to collect, analyze, and synthesize scientific information from research, monitoring, resources management actions, and other sources of information to solve management challenges of historic resources.
  • Ability to assist with Tribal consultation.

In-depth knowledge of laws, regulations, policies, and guidelines regarding the preservation and protection of cultural resources, including the following examples:

  • Archaeological Resources Protection Act, as amended
  • Antiquities Act, as amended (moved to 54 USC [[13]] and 18 USC 1866(b))
  • Archaeological and Historic Preservation Act, as amended (16 USC 470aa-mm)
  • National Environmental Policy Act, as amended (42 USC 4321, and 42 USC [[14]])
  • National Historic Preservation Act, as amended (54 USC 300101 et seq.: Historic Preservation)
  • National Historic Landmarks Program (54 USC [[15]])
  • Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, as amended (25 USC [[16]])
  • Historic Sites Act, as amended (moved to 54 USC [[17]])

Interacting with students, faculty and leadership with different backgrounds and points of view and a deep appreciation of and respect for academic values and culture must be a top value of the candidate.

You will find a rewarding career opportunity at Augustana, a liberal arts university known for academic excellence and located in a thriving metropolitan community. This position offers a competitive salary with excellent benefits.

Application Procedure: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Interested applicants should complete an Augustana University employment application, provide a cover letter, statement of diversity, a resume, and the names, addresses and phone numbers of three referees. Application materials are to be sent electronically to: [[18]]. Official website: www.augie.edu.

Augustana University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Title IX Employer that seeks to recruit, develop and retain a talented and diverse workforce. Augustana University is committed to excellence through diversity and strongly encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community. Submission of official transcripts may be required upon employment. Finalist candidates must satisfactorily complete pre-employment background check.

Required Qualifications
  • Education: Master’s Degree in archeology, anthropology, or a closely related field.
  • Minimum of five (5) years of supervisory experience on a variety of archeological project types and sizes, including CRM and research grants.
  • Experience managing CRM projects, including budgets, scheduling, and scopes of work.
  • Exceeds the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards in archaeology.
  • Demonstrated experience in federal, state, and local laws and regulations related to the management of cultural resources (NEPA, Section 106 of the NHPA).
  • Has completed all aspects of a project, from pre-field tasks to final report preparation for a variety of project types and sizes.
  • Ability to work with tribal consultation specialists.
  • Excellent technical writing and editing skills with a record of completing technical reports in a timely fashion.
  • Ability to adapt quickly to changes in project needs, agency requests, and more.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively with a variety of colleagues, clients, and agency representatives.
  • Ability to travel and conduct fieldwork for long hours and extended periods, sometimes in inclement weather and rugged terrain, and ability to carry equipment and supplies weighing up to 40 pounds.
  • Ability to organize and track field data, and to collect GPS/GNSS data using Trimble units or comparable equivalents.
  • ArcGIS competence.
  • Valid Driver’s License.

Ability to be listed on State and Federal Permits.

Desired Qualifications

  • Past experience and willingness to teach undergraduate courses desired but not required.
  • D. desired but not required.
  • Current listing as a Registered Professional Archeologist (or qualified for RPA status) preferred.
  • Experience in Northern Plains and Upper Midwest archeology preferred.
  • Experience with Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Excel, Power point or reasonable substitutes preferred.


10/8: Interview scheduled

10/21: Invited to campus interview

McGill University, Tenure Track Position in Indigenous Archaeology (Deadline: December 9, 2021)

Location: Quebec

The Department of Anthropology invites applications for a tenure-track position in Indigenous Archaeology. We welcome applications from candidates who pursue innovative approaches that aim to decolonize the field, including (but not limited to) community-engaged archaeological projects, Indigenous epistemologies, decolonizing methodologies, and archaeological theory and ethics. Ideal applicants would be capable of developing graduate and undergraduate courses in the above-mentioned areas of research, in their regional specializations, and possibly others, such as the archaeology of colonialism, critical museology, heritage, repatriation, and specialist methods courses. Geographical specialization is open, but preference will be given to candidates with an area of specialization in North America (including Greenland) who self-identify as First Nations, Métis, Inuit, or Native American.

This position is part of a multi-year interdisciplinary initiative designed to meet the Calls to Action of the Provost’s Task Force on Indigenous Studies and Indigenous Education. This includes the target of hiring at least 35 Indigenous tenure-track or tenured professors by 2032, who will bring lived experience and expertise in Indigenous knowledges, methodologies, histories, traditions, languages, or systems of law and governance. The ideal candidate would complement a department strength in collaborative, community archaeology and would enhance our capacity to mentor and train the next generation of archaeologists. Their research and professional profile would demonstrate the potential to contribute to Indigenous curriculum-building and community research partnerships at McGill.

Appointment is expected to be at the rank of Assistant Professor, but excellent candidates will also be considered at the ranks of Associate or Full Professor. The position start date is August 1, 2022.

For more information about the Department of Anthropology, please visit our website at: www.mcgill.ca/anthropology/. Questions about the position and department may be sent to the Chair of the Screening Committee, Prof. Lisa Overholtzer, at [[19]]. Questions about applying through the Workday system may be directed to Erin Henson at [[20]] .

Job duties:

Teaching, research, and service within the Department of Anthropology.

Qualifications and Education Requirements:

Candidates should have completed their PhD or be near completion. Candidates should demonstrate evidence of outstanding research potential and the potential to teach effectively at graduate and undergraduate levels.

Faculty/Department/Unit:

Department of Anthropology

Faculty of Arts

Applications should be submitted electronically to Workday (McGill’s Employment Portal)

Required documents:

  • A cover letter addressing the candidate’s interests in research and teaching;
  • A curriculum vitae, which at the end includes the names and contact information of three referees (referees will not be contacted at this stage); and
  • Two writing samples (article or chapter length).

PLEASE UPLOAD ALL SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION IN ONE PDF FILE.

Deadline:

Review of applications will begin on December 9, 2021.

McGill University is centrally located between the mountain park and downtown Montreal, which is a safe, socially diverse, cosmopolitan and bilingual (French/English) city, with a high quality of cultural life and publicly funded health care. McGill is an international and research intensive university, with an exceptionally able undergraduate and graduate student body, which enjoys collegial governance, extensive employee benefits (health, dental, life insurance and pension) and co-operative research and teaching ties with other Montreal universities.

McGill University is committed to equity and diversity within its community and values academic rigour and excellence. We welcome and encourage applications from racialized persons/visible minorities, women, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, ethnic minorities, and persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, as well as from all qualified candidates with the skills and knowledge to engage productively with diverse communities.

At McGill, research that reflects diverse intellectual traditions, methodologies, and modes of dissemination and translation is valued and encouraged. Candidates are invited to demonstrate their research impact both within and across academic disciplines and in other sectors, such as government, communities, or industry.

McGill further recognizes and fairly considers the impact of leaves (e.g., family care or health-related) that may contribute to career interruptions or slowdowns. Candidates are encouraged to signal any leave that affected productivity, or that may have had an effect on their career path. This information will be considered to ensure the equitable assessment of the candidate’s record.

McGill implements an employment equity program and encourages members of designated equity groups to self-identify. It further seeks to ensure the equitable treatment and full inclusion of persons with disabilities by striving for the implementation of universal design principles transversally, across all facets of the University community, and through accommodation policies and procedures. Persons with disabilities who anticipate needing accommodations for any part of the application process may contact, in confidence, this [[21]].

All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. The language of instruction at McGill is English, but working knowledge of French is an asset.

University of Oklahoma, Barnett Family Professorship in Classical Archaeology (Deadline Oct. 15, 2021)

Deadline: October 15, 2021, or until filled

The Department of Classics and Letters at the University of Oklahoma is searching for a dynamic scholar, teacher, and leader to serve as the inaugural Barnett Family Professor of Archaeology and Director of a revitalized Center for Mediterranean Archaeology and Civilization in the College of Arts and Sciences. The position will include tenure at the rank of Associate or Full Professor. The teaching responsibilities for the position include two courses per semester. The Department seeks an archaeologist committed to interdisciplinary methodologies in research and passionate about teaching classical archaeology. The Department seeks to hire a scholar with research interests in environment, health, ancient economies, urbanism, or landscape archaeology. Specialists of any period from the Bronze Age to Late Antiquity are welcome to apply. The Barnett Family Professor will be expected to lead active projects that allow OU students to gain field experience in Mediterranean archaeology on a regular basis. The Department also seeks a scholar who is a builder and collaborator to join a collegial, high-achieving team committed to teaching the Classics and enhancing the reputation of the University. With strong support from OU alumni, this position will provide an archaeologist with a platform to build a world-renowned research program. Moreover, the holder of the Barnett Family Professorship will have the opportunity to establish initiatives across OU's campus, connecting Classics with areas of excellence in climatology (e.g. https://www.ou.edu/nwc), environmental history, and molecular anthropology (e.g. https://lmamr.org). OU already has a strong presence in Italy through our Arezzo campus (Arezzo.ou.edu), and scholars with an interest in Italy are encouraged to apply.

Qualifications

Qualified applicants should have a Ph.D. by August 16, 2022 and a record of accomplishment commensurate with the profile of the position.

Application Instructions

Applicants should upload a cover letter, CV, writing sample, and the names and contact information of three academic references to https://apply.interfolio.com/92767. Review of applications will begin October 15, 2021. The Department of Classics and Letters has a long tradition of embracing an inclusive vision of the classical civilizations, and applicants should describe how their research and teaching will strengthen and broaden the Department's curricula and research profile. The search will remain open until filled. For inquiries about the search, contact Kyle Harper at [[22]].

Tufts University, Assistant Professor in Historical Archaeology (Deadline Oct. 4, 2021)

Deadline: October 4, 2021

Description: Tufts University Department of Anthropology seeks a tenure-track hire in historical archaeology with a focus on the critical study of race and indigeneity. Preferred geographic concerns are North America, Global American Studies, and transregional studies that figure North American sites. Time period open with a preference for modern or contemporary societies and/or research that critically expands upon the written record. Preference will be given to candidates who are actively engaged in a program of field research, which may include the use of digital methods. Position begins September 1, 2022.

Qualifications: PhD or ABD status in anthropology, archaeology, or a related field required. We also require evidence of a strong record of scholarship and a commitment to excellence in teaching, including about race, equity, and justice, broadly conceived.

Application Instructions: Candidates should submit a cover letter detailing research and teaching program, CV, sample syllabus, and names of three potential recommenders, to Interfolio at apply.interfolio.com/92903. Questions about the position may be directed to Department Administrator, Jamie Gorman, at Jamie.Gorman@tufts.edu. Questions about Interfolio should be directed to help@interfolio.com or [997-8807|(877) 997-8807]. Review of applications begins October 4, 2021, and will continue until the position is filled.

Apply: https://apply.interfolio.com/92903

  • Applied x2
  • *Received request for interview and additional materials (10/22)

Any updates from people who interviewed during the first round?

  • *I haven't heard anything (11/22) -- if someone has, an update would be greatly appreciated!


St Thomas More College, University of Saskatchewan: Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology (Deadline Sep. 30, 2021)

Deadline: 30 Sept 2021

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (tenure track), Archaeology - Department of History

Applications are being accepted for a tenure-track position in Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology at the Assistant Professor rank, effective July 1, 2022.

St. Thomas More College invites applications for a tenure-track academic position in the field of Classical and or Near Eastern Archaeology (Levantine, Mesopotamia, and/or Egypt) at the rank of Assistant Professor in the Department of History, which houses Archaeology. The ideal candidate will have: a completed Ph.D. in Classical and /or Near Eastern Archaeology or a related discipline; experience with field work in the Mediterranean and /or Middle East; experience and demonstrated effectiveness in teaching at the university level; and an active research program. The successful candidate will be expected to engage with colleagues in Classical, Medieval and Renaissance Studies (CMRS), the Museum of Antiquities (artsandscience.usask.ca/antiquities/), and the corresponding department of Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Saskatchewan to support student success. Interest or experience with Indigenous archaeology and/or research that makes use of the Canadian Light Source (lightsource.ca) will be an asset.

Assistant professor: $98,178 (floor) to $117,978 (CDI ceiling)

Benefits: This position includes a comprehensive benefits package that includes a dental, extended health and vision care plan, pension plan, group life insurance (compulsory and voluntary), salary continuance, sick leave, travel insurance, employee assistance program, a professional expense allowance, and health and wellness spending program.

Review of Applications: Review of applications will begin on 30 September 2021 and will continue until the position is filled. Applicants should submit an electronic dossier including: 1) a letter describing qualifications and research interests; 2) a current curriculum vitae; all stated contact information on the CV (including the email address, phone number and home address at which applicants can be reached) must be current to enable contacting applicants if necessary; 3) a written response to the STM Mission Statement (see template); 4) transcripts; 5) three letters of reference; 6) evidence of teaching excellence and 7) a sample of academic writing, to: Dr. Sharon Wright, Department Head, Department of History, St Thomas More College, 1437 College Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 0W6, [966-8900|(306) 966-8900].

Email: stmarchsearch2021@stmcollege.ca

Due to federal immigration requirements, we also ask candidates to indicate whether they are Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or are otherwise already authorized to work at this position for the duration of the appointment, with an explanation if this last category is indicated.

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, this advertisement is directed in the first instance to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. STM is committed to diversity within its faculty. Women, Indigenous people, people with disabilities, visible minorities and members of other designated groups are encouraged to self-identify on their application. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. Additional information on STM College and the University of Saskatchewan is available on the STM website (http://www.stmcollege.ca)

https://www.academicwork.ca/jobs/assistant-professor-tenure-track-archaeology-st-thomas-more-college

University of Haifa: Archaeology of the Bronze and Iron Ages in the Levant and Neighboring Regions

Call for Applications – Tenure-Track Position

The School of Archaeology and Maritime Cultures (SAMC) at the University of Haifa, Israel, invites applications for a tenure track position in the Archaeology of the Bronze and Iron Ages in the Levant and neighboring regions, starting in October 2022. The newly established SAMC comprises the Departments of Archaeology and Maritime Civilizations with two new departments planned to be established within three years – Archaeological Sciences and Preservation, Heritage and Museology in Archaeology.

We are seeking candidates with proven academic excellence in their fields of expertise. Specifically, we are looking for candidates with strong background in the archaeology of the Levant, including the Northern Levant, and the archaeology of the eastern Mediterranean, as well as projects involving archaeological sciences.

Applicants must have a Ph.D., with publications in prominent refereed journals and (preferably) post-doc research. They must demonstrate excellence and originality in research and proven experience in grant applications and field projects. The successful candidate will be expected to teach the equivalent of 16 credits per year, including undergraduate and graduate-level courses. In principle, the language of teaching is Hebrew; non-Hebrew speakers will be allowed to teach in English for a limited period. The candidate will be expected to supervise theses and carry usual nonteaching duties. Affiliation with a relevant department in the SAMC will be decided in a later stage.

Please submit a dossier: Cover letter (up to 2 pages, including an academic biography, research plans, and proposed course titles); CV and list of publications; sample/s of writing (up to a total of 8,000 words). Application materials in PDF should be emailed to Ms. Galith Aghion at [[23]].  Please have three reference letters sent directly to this address. Deadline for application: September 30th 2021. Interviews with shortlisted candidates are expected shortly thereafter.

University of Waterloo: OPEN RANK, CLUSTER HIRE; Deadline: Until filled.

University of Waterloo (Canada) is looking to hire 10 Indigenous and 10 Black scholars: https://uwaterloo.ca/provost/cluster-hiring-initiatives.

Recruitment is open now and will continue until all positions are successfully filled, there is no set timeline for the initiative (meaning that If candidates are found immediately, the cluster will be hired immediately).

Positions are open at the assistant professor, associate professor and professor levels, with the intention to recruit faculty at a range of career stages. At least half of the positions will occur at the assistant professor rank.

Positions will be available for broad areas of research across all Faculties.

Review of applications will begin Oct. 18th, but will continue until the positions are filled.

These cluster hiring initiatives are in addition to other equity-based hiring initiatives and are not meant to replace other opportunities.

The fundamental purpose of the cluster hiring initiatives is to increase representation of Black and Indigenous faculty across the spectrum of Waterloo’s teaching and scholarship activities; while there may be some natural synergies with the current development of academic programming in the areas of Black Studies and Indigenous Studies, the cluster initiatives are not intended to recruit solely/primarily for these areas.


California State University Channel Islands: OPEN RANK, CLUSTER HIRE; Deadline September 8, 2021 for full consideration

CSUCI invites applications for open ranked (Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor) faculty candidates who have a pro-active commitment to curriculum or pedagogy that address systemic racism, anti-racism, or the experiences of Black communities in the U.S. Although this call is multidisciplinary, the hired faculties may have a joint-appointment or affiliated status with Africana Studies, or collaborate from within the hiring department. CI is advertising for 3 positions from Africana Studies, Anthropology, Chemistry, Chicana/o Studies, Health Science, Performing Arts, Political Science, and Psychology.

Screening of applications will begin 9/8/2021.

Anthropology position: The Anthropology program seeks a teacher-scholar colleague (open rank) with expertise in either Medical Anthropology or Historical Archaeology. For Medical Anthropology, we seek a scholar with an overarching scholarly agenda focused on issues of health equity/disparities in Black/African American communities in the U.S. and/or the diaspora. For Historical Archaeology, we seek a scholar focused on Black/African American/African Diaspora communities with a willingness to develop a program in California or the American West. Additionally, the program has a strong preference for candidates engaged in applied and/or advocacy activities and who engage students in high impact practices.

About Anthropology at CSU Channel Island

The mission of the Anthropology program at CSUCI is to foster an inclusive academic environment that stimulates social and intellectual growth by providing critical interdisciplinary perspectives on human social and biological diversity across space and time by teaching key theoretical concepts recognizing that the multifaceted nature of human communities and the practical skills necessary for academic and professional success. The new colleague(s) will continue the growth of the department and assist our expansion into high demand fields that improve the lives of countless individuals from communities experiencing historical and contemporary practices related to discrimination, exclusion, racism, and disinvestment.

About the Program:

The mission of the Anthropology program at CSUCI is to foster an inclusive academic environment that stimulates social and intellectual growth by providing critical interdisciplinary perspectives on human social and biological diversity across space and time. We do so by teaching key theoretical concepts that allow for a deep appreciation of the multifaceted nature of human communities and the practical skills necessary for academic and professional success. The program has dedicated Archaeology and Bioanthropology lab classrooms with teaching collections, an oral history and ethnography “lab,” as well as an outdoor workspace. Students also undertake coursework and research at CI Park and the Santa Rosa Island Research Station.


Responsibilities:

- Develop and teach courses for hiring departments that engage curriculum and pedagogy that address a variety of manifestations of systemic racism, anti-racism, or the experiences of Black communities in the U.S.

- Produce scholarly work and publications in the area of expertise.

- Participate in the development of new Africana Studies program, currently offering a minor

- We are looking for scholars who are dedicated to anti-racism, equity, and creating systemic change for our campus and our region; someone committed to community engagement and dedicated to a spirit of collaboration.

- Service activities in the hiring department, School of Arts and Sciences, University, and Community.

- Advise students and expose students to diverse forms of scholarship.

About the University:

California State University Channel Islands (CSUCI) opened in 2002 as the newest campus in the California State University with 629 transfer students and welcomed its first freshman class in fall 2003. Since that time, the University has grown and developed into one of the premier public universities not only in the Cal State system but also in the nation. Indeed, in its 2021 edition of Best Colleges ranking, U.S. News & World Report listed CSUCI 20th among “Top Public Schools”. Moreover, CSUCI was ranked 20th of over 1,449 schools in CollegeNET’s Social Mobility Index (2020) and the 15th “Most Transformative College” (2020) in the nation by Money Magazine.

CSUCI is a public comprehensive university that engages students in critical inquiry and is dedicated to educating leaders for a global society. CSUCI is located in Ventura County and home to more than 6,900 undergraduate and 239 graduate students. We are proud to note that our campus is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution with 55% of our undergraduate students identifying as Latina/o, 25% as White, 2% as African American, 5.5% as Asian-American, and 4% are multiracial. CSUCI is committed to diversifying our faculty to address the needs of our students in the 21st Century. We seek applicants who are dedicated to serving CSUCI’s growing diverse student body.

CSUCI is taking steps to confront racism and advocate for justice and fairness for all people. We encourage applicants who are motivated to contribute and serve as colleagues to our tenure-track body that consists of 20.73% Latinx faculty, 2.44% African American faculty, 8.54% Asian-American faculty, 0% American Indian faculty, and 62.2% White faculty. CSUCI provides excellent faculty support services for new hires to settle in and join a collaborative and supportive community.

Diversity Statement: CSUCI is committed to recruiting individuals who are dedicated to furthering inclusive excellence in our campus community. We seek to enhance our diverse University population, welcoming people from all backgrounds, to sustain an environment in which all can thrive, create, work and learn.

CSUCI Mission Statement: Placing students at the center of the educational experience, California State University Channel Islands provides undergraduate and graduate education that facilitates learning within and across disciplines through integrative approaches, emphasizes experiential and service learning, and graduates students with multicultural and international perspectives.

CSUCI’s Commitment to You: CSUCI provides excellent faculty support services for new hires to settle in and join a collaborative and supportive community. With the proper support, the successful candidate will contribute to the mission of the school and university.

Qualifications:

Minimum Qualifications – Applicants must have a terminal degree in a discipline relevant to each program participating in this call, or closely related fields, at time of appointment.

Required Qualifications:

- Applicants with a terminal degree with scholarship, teaching, and service that focus on anti-racism, specifically addressing the experiences of Black communities in the U.S. as well as personal lived experience of these issues will be considered.

- Demonstrated success in building and sustaining academic programs that advance

cultural engagement, profound commitment to the stewardship of equity and inclusion, deep understanding of the ideas and practice of social justice, and enthusiasm to reflect these values.

- Demonstrated clear understanding of the racialized challenges faced by our diverse

student body and equally diverse surrounding community.

- Record of effective teaching at the university level, achievement in scholarship or creative activities, and institutional service.

- Evidence of commitment to student success and diversity in University settings.

- Evidence of commitment and ability to work in teams.

- Evidence of commitment to one's own discipline and to the broader institution.

- Demonstrated commitment to effectively work with and engage a diverse student population and evidence of how they would successfully mentor minoritized students with special focus on Latinx, African-American, and Native American students.

Preferred Qualifications:

-Demonstrated record of success in teaching, research, and community service with anti-racism  and Black/African American populations and/or Africana Studies, with a strong record of mentoring underrepresented Black students and faculty.

- Experience in program building and developing a major in Africana Studies

- Outstanding entrepreneurial, interpersonal, communication, and strategic planning

skills to develop and support anti-racist leaders and advocates.

- Experience in and commitment to ongoing, outcomes-based, program assessment of

teaching and learning.

- Experience in on-line or blended teaching and course development.

Application Deadline: Screening of applications will begin 9/8/2021. Priority will be given to applicants who meet the screening deadline.

Questions about Anthropology at CI can be directed to Colleen Delaney, Program Chairperson.

Applicants must submit the following materials:

1. a letter of application,

2. current curriculum vitae,

3. names and email addresses of three references,

4. a statement describing your experience mentoring and/or working with minoritized students with a special focus on Latinx, African-American, Asian/Asian-American/Pacific Islander/Desi, and Native American/Indigenous students, and

5. a teaching philosophy describing how you plan to engage and interact with students, with a special focus on Latinx, African-American, Asian/Asian-American/Pacific Islander/ Desi, and American Indian students.

In later phases of the search process, applicants may be requested to provide verification of terminal degrees, licenses and certificates.

Submit all required materials to CSUCI Jobs at https://jobs.csuci.edu

Questions can be directed to Colleen Delaney, Chair of Anthropology, at colleen.delaney @ csuci.edu

Pay, Benefits & Work Schedule:

Salary is commensurate with knowledge, skills, and experience. The University offers excellent fringe benefits.

Reasonable accommodations will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self- disclose by contacting Faculty Affairs at academicpersonnel@csuci.edu.


  • applied x2
  • Has anyone received requests for additional materials?
    • No, and this cluster hire just got reposted to the Chronicle [11/15]. Not sure what's going on with this search

Stanford University - Assistant Professor in Archaeology, Tenure-Track Position (Deadline September 20, 2021)

The Department of Anthropology at Stanford University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty appointment in archaeology. The appointment will be made at the Assistant Professor rank. The successful applicant must be engaged in field or laboratory research that complements and expands the existing research profile of the Department. Candidates should demonstrate the ability to teach and mentor a diverse student body.

For full consideration, materials must be received by September 20, 2021. The term of appointment would begin September 1, 2022. Send vita, letter describing qualifications and interests, one example of written work, and the names of three referees to Professor Barbara L. Voss, Chair, Archaeology Search Committee, Department of Anthropology, 450 Jane Stanford Way, Building 50, Stanford University, Stanford, CA [[24]].

Application materials should be submitted to AcademicJobsOnline.org

Stanford is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Stanford welcomes applications from all who would bring additional dimensions to the University’s research, teaching and clinical mission.


Applied x2

Has anyone heard anything back? -- No

Long list contacted for Zoom interviews, letters, and supplemental materials

Rejection 11/9. They had 263 applicants

Grinnell College - Tenure-Track Appointment in Archaeology (Deadline October 15, 2021)

GRINNELL COLLEGE. The Department of Anthropology invites applications for a tenure-track appointment in archaeology beginning Fall 2022. Assistant Professor (Ph.D.) preferred; Instructor (ABD or foreign equivalent) or Associate Professor possible. Research and teaching interests are open to any area in the subfield. We are particularly interested in candidates who have competency in statistical methods and who may incorporate students from a variety of backgrounds into their research. Teaching areas will include an introductory course that incorporates the four-fields of American anthropology (i.e. biological anthropology, archaeology, cultural anthropology, and linguistic anthropology) through the exploration of some topic (such as adaptation, kinship, childhood, migration, etc.), archaeological methods, and intermediate courses and seminars in archaeology.

Grinnell College is a highly selective undergraduate liberal arts college with a strong tradition of social responsibility. In letters of application, candidates should discuss their potential to contribute to a college community that maintains a diversity of people and perspectives as one of its core values. To be assured of full consideration, all application materials should be received by October 15, 2021. Please visit our application website at https://jobs.grinnell.edu to find more details about the job and submit applications online. Candidates will need to upload a letter of application, curriculum vitae, transcripts (copies are acceptable), a description for an introductory four-fields topics course and an archaeological methods course, titles and course descriptions for 4 courses at intermediate or advanced levels, and a diversity statement, and provide email addresses for three references. Questions about this search should be directed to the search chair, Associate Professor BRIGITTINE FRENCH, at [ANTHROPOLOGYSearch@grinnell.e or [[25]].

We use E-Verify to check employment eligibility of our new hires. E-Verify is an Internet-based system operated      by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The system allows employers like Grinnell College to verify the employment eligibility of its employees, regardless of citizenship. Based on the information provided on Form I-9, E-Verify confirms this information with DHS and Social Security Administration (SSA) records.

Grinnell College is committed to establishing and maintaining a safe and nondiscriminatory educational environment for all College community members. It is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in matters of admission, employment, and housing, and in access to and participation in its education programs, services, and activities. The college does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, veteran status, pregnancy, childbirth, religion, disability, creed, or any other protected class.

An offer for this position will be contingent on successful completion of a background check.

FYI: Their HR system may automatically email your references for a LOR. This was buried within the application page:

"We need to receive a minimum of 3 letters of reference in order to be fully considered for this position. Once your application is complete and you have received your confirmation number, the system will email requests for letters of reference to your reference providers. You will be able to track the status of these reference letters online. Be certain to submit your application well in advance of the deadline to ensure that your letters arrive by the closing date."


Applied x6

They pushed the deadline to Oct 30.

Has anyone heard anything yet? -- still have not (11/10) x 2 -- still nothing (11/15) x 2 -- still nothing (11/19) x2

---> they are probably still reading the hundreds of letters that they requested in the first round 🙄


University of Oregon - Assistant Professor of Anthropology (Deadline November 1, 2021)

Application Deadline

November 1, 2021; position open until filled

Required Application Materials

Apply via Academic Jobs Online at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/19029.

Please provide a cover letter describing your current and future research and teaching experience; a CV; and the names and contact information of three references.

Also, include in your materials a statement on diversity, equity, and inclusion which demonstrates personal contributions to foster an environment of equity and inclusion for faculty, staff, and students from diverse backgrounds. As an indication of the importance of the faculty role in creating an equitable and inclusive environment for our students, contributions to diversity, equity, and inclusion are considered not only during our faculty recruitment process but are also incorporated into our review process for TTF faculty along with teaching, research and service.

Position Announcement

The University of Oregon, Department of Anthropology announces a 1.0 FTE tenure-track position in archaeology at the Assistant Professor level beginning Fall term 2022. We seek an anthropological archaeologist with a focus on Western North America and preference for a candidate with a record of effective, culturally competent collaboration with Native American tribal nations and a demonstrated experience or ability and interest in teaching department offerings in cultural resource management. The successful candidate is expected to conduct a rigorous, fieldwork and/or laboratory based, externally-funded research program as well as teach at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

We particularly invite applications from candidates whose background, teaching, and scholarship demonstrate a focus on diversifying the discipline to include a highly collaborative approach with cultural and tribal communities; who will prepare our students for a culturally-aware approach to their practice of archaeology that can address historical inequities or biases in the discipline; and who have contributed or have a potential to contribute to diversifying our field by training the next generation of diverse-background students. We also welcome applications from scholars who are from populations historically underrepresented in the academy, and/or who have experience working with diverse populations.

Anyone heard anything on this yet?

Reference/Zoom interview request (12/24)

University of York - Associate Lecturer in Digital Archaeology (Deadline November 4 2021)

Role

As Associate Lecturer in Digital Archaeology, you will be contributing to our thriving community of digital practitioners at York, which includes the Archaeology Data Service, Internet Archaeology, the Centre for Digital Heritage, and the Digital Archaeology and Heritage (DAH) Lab. You will be expected to deliver a high quality teaching and learning experience to students and to take leadership in maintaining York’s globally recognised excellence in digital archaeology. You should have demonstrable experience in a range of digital techniques such as 3D modelling, digital imaging such as photogrammetry, data management in archaeology, computational archaeology, virtual reality implementation, machine learning, and spatial technologies. Willingness to collaborate with colleagues in Archaeology and interdisciplinarily across the university in digital projects and initiatives is a must. Applicants may have primary background in either humanistic or computational work, but should demonstrate a keen interest and aptitude for working at their intersection.

We particularly encourage applications from black and minority ethnic candidates, who are currently under-represented within the Department.

Qualifications, Skills & Experience needed

  • PhD in archaeology, computer/systems science, IT or equivalent experience
  • Appropriate academic professional and teaching qualification or a willingness to complete the Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice
  • Detailed knowledge in digital archaeology sufficient  to develop teaching and provide relevant learning support to students across different levels of academic ability
  • Experience in teaching and learning in HE at undergraduate and/ or postgraduate level or in an evidenced similar context
  • Highly developed communication skills to engage effectively with a wide ranging audience, both orally and in writing, using a range of media
  • Ability to design and deliver teaching material either across a range of modules or within a subject area, to supervise the work of students and to contribute to the design of course material.
  • Positive attitude to colleagues and students, collaborative ethos, and ability to demonstrate creativity, initiative and judgement in applying appropriate approaches to teaching and learning support

We ask that as part of your application you include a 2-page covering letter that states exactly how you meet the criteria outlined in the job description and person specification.

For informal enquiries please contact Colleen Morgan ([[26]])

Interview date: 23 November 2021


SUNY-Cortland - Assistant Professor of Anthropology (Deadline October 18, 2021)

Position Details

SUNY Cortland is an engaged learning community that is committed to promoting a diversity of thought and experience. We believe that an equitable, inclusive and diverse campus and curriculum are critical to our educational mission. Tenure-track faculty contribute to the College’s values of inclusive excellence through outstanding teaching, research and/or scholarship, service to the department and college, and by providing academic advisement and mentoring to/for all students. Faculty are expected to maintain a routine presence on campus to support our Campus Values of Focusing on the Students, Integrity, and Intellectual Life and serve our Campus Priorities of Academic Excellence, Transformational Education, Well-being, and the Maximization of Resources.

Department Profile: The Department of Sociology/Anthropology has a large and vibrant undergraduate program. When students explore sociology and anthropology at SUNY Cortland, they’ll immerse themselves in the study of the human condition. They’ll examine how societies and cultures are formed and how they shape and are shaped by human behavior. Students develop analytical, critical thinking and creative problem-solving skills that are vital in any walk of life. Classes are small, led by faculty who are eager to help students succeed. Students have opportunities for independent research, internships, fieldwork, study abroad and service-learning will let them put classroom theory to the test in the real world. In a rapidly changing world, students will obtain a liberal arts education that fosters versatility in the world of work and good citizenship.

The list of career paths the department prepares students for is long and diverse. Our graduates have gone on to successful careers as educators, law enforcers, human service professionals, cultural resource managers, researchers, attorneys, human rights advocates, and more. The skills we impart are transferable across numerous fields. Major Responsibilities

Teaching: Teaching load is three courses per semester and office hours as appropriate. Expect to offer courses regularly in our growing undergraduate program in Anthropology. Contribute to the college’s general education program and to SUNY Cortland’s commitment to Transformational Education. The teaching load is three courses (two preparations) per semester.

Advisement : Advise 25-40 undergraduate majors in the Sociology/Anthropology department.

Scholarship: Maintain an active professional, research and publication agenda.

Service: Contribute to the department, school and university missions through active service on committees and/or collegiate participation in campus governance and community life.

Work with Students: Expect to work with students in the Archaeology Lab and demonstrate a commitment to working with students from diverse backgrounds and a desire to improve access to higher education for all student regardless of background. Functional and Supervisory Relationships

  • Reports to the academic department chair
  • Works closely with department faculty

Required Qualifications

  • PhD in Anthropology or Archaeology by start of appointment
  • Evidence of the ability and/or potential to teach courses in North American Archaeology, Principles of Archaeology, and a survey of ancient cultures/world archaeology and develop a course on Native American peoples, cultures, and issues.
  • Demonstrated ability and/or potential to work with students in an archaeology laboratory setting.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Evidence of preparation to teach: Human Evolution and Survival, a course on the archaeology of another world area and/or a field school.
  • Demonstrated commitment to researching and being actively engaged in issues of social justice, human rights, environment, and/or climate change, and their relevance for both past and contemporary peoples.
  • Scholarship which emphasizes collaborative partnerships with descendant and/or indigenous communities.

-Applied x1 -- anyone heard anything? [11/15]


Penn State University - Assistant or Associate Professor of Archaeology and Inequality (Deadline November 8, 2021)

The Department of Anthropology at The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, (https://anth.la.psu.edu/) invites applications for a tenure-line position in archaeology starting Fall Semester 2022. We aim to hire at the early career level (Assistant or Associate Professor).

We seek an outstanding archaeologist whose interests and skills are consistent with the Anthropology Department's integrative, scientific, and quantitative approach to studying human diversity, and its long traditions of sociopolitical, population, ecological, and evolutionary research in archaeology and beyond. Specifically, we are interested in recruiting an archaeologist whose work addresses the emergence, intensification, preservation, and/or consequences of inequality. Given the rapid rise of levels of inequality on a global scale in the last few decades and the important consequences of these differences for human wellbeing, Penn State Anthropology is interested in hiring a scholar whose work is interdisciplinary and/or integrates across anthropology's subfields to investigate inequality through time.

The Department of Anthropology is especially interested in candidates who, through their research, teaching, and service, will contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community at Penn State. Methodological and geographical areas of expertise are open. We encourage applicants whose work can contribute toward collaborative scholarship within the department and across the university on initiatives focused on inequality, sustainability and human-environmental systems, and human health. A PhD is required at time of appointment. In addition, successful candidates must either have demonstrated a commitment to building an inclusive, equitable, and diverse campus community, or describe one or more ways they would envision doing so, given the opportunity.

Candidates for Associate Professor must demonstrate effective teaching at university levels, an ability to obtain external funding, a strong record of academic outputs, and an innovative and integrative research program with a commitment to community engagement. Duties will involve a combination of teaching and research, based on the candidate's qualifications. Candidates for Assistant Professor must demonstrate potential for effective teaching at university levels, an ability to obtain external funding, a record of academic outputs, and an innovative and integrative research program with a commitment to community engagement. Duties will involve a combination of teaching and research, based on the candidate's qualifications.

Candidates may wish to consider how they might integrate with one or more of Penn State's interdisciplinary programs including the Institutes of Energy and the Environment [www.iee.psu.edu], Energy and Environmental Sustainability Laboratories [27], Materials Research Institute [28], Africana Research Center [29], African Studies Program [30], Sustainability Institute [31], Human Dimensions of Natural Resources and the Environment [32], Intercollege Graduate Degree Program in Ecology [33], Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences [34], Population Research Institute [35], and Graduate Program in Demography [36].

Applicants can apply at https://hr.psu.edu/careers and should include: 1) a cover letter; 2) a curriculum vitae detailing the candidate's educational background, employment history, grants, and publications; 3) a statement summarizing the candidate's research and teaching experience and interests, as well as how they relate to a commitment to diversity and inclusion; and 4) the names, addresses, and emails of three references. Review of applications will begin November 8, 2021.

Penn State is committed to and accountable for advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in all of its forms. We embrace individual uniqueness, foster a culture of inclusion that supports both broad and specific diversity initiatives, leverage the educational and institutional benefits of diversity, and engage all individuals to help them thrive. We value inclusion as a core strength and an essential element of our public service mission.

  • Applied x5
  • Request for Zoom interview 11/22

College of Charleston - Assistant Professor of Anthropology (Deadline October 25, 2021)


The Department of Sociology and Anthropology invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level beginning in August 2022. We seek a broadly trained anthropological archaeologist who has a strong commitment to teaching in an undergraduate liberal arts and sciences setting. The individual will be expected to teach Introduction to Anthropology (4 fields) and contribute to the archaeology concentration within anthropology. They will also be invited to offer courses for the archaeology major, as well as other interdisciplinary programs across campus. We seek an anthropologist with recognized research interests in the archaeology of the Southeastern U.S (period and methodological focus are open). Successful candidates should have an ongoing research program and a Ph.D. in Anthropology by the time of appointment.

Apply online at HTTPS://JOBS.COFC.EDU . Only electronic applications submitted via this website will be considered. Submit online: letter of application including current and projected research agenda and teaching philosophy, curriculum vitae, unofficial graduate transcripts (official transcripts will be required for hiring), one representative publication, and contact information for 3 reference providers. Application deadline is October 25, 2021. Questions regarding the position can be directed to Maureen Hays at haysm@cofc.edu.

About the Department: The Department of Sociology and Anthropology consists of 17 faculty (7 Anthropologists and 10 Sociologists) and has approximately 100 anthropology majors. Applicants may learn more about the department at: http://anthropology.cofc.edu/  and https://www.facebook.com/pages/College-of-Charleston-Anthropology/310527471029

About the College of Charleston: The College of Charleston is a state-supported, liberal arts and sciences institution with approximately 10,000 undergraduates and 1,200 graduate students. Consistent with its heritage since its founding in 1770, the College retains a strong liberal arts undergraduate curriculum. It is located on the historic peninsula in downtown Charleston, a coastal metropolitan area with a population of over 800,000. Additional information about the institution and the surrounding area is available at http://www.cofc.edu/.

The College of Charleston is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any individual or group on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, race, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, or disability.

-Applied x3

Any updates?

-Nothing here [11/15]

-Reference letters requested and zoom interviews scheduled


VISITING POSITIONS / Limited-Term Appointments / Postdocs

Two Post-Doc Positions at the Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology, Tel Aviv University, in the Fields of Archaeology, Ancient Israel Studies, and Ancient Near Eastern Cultures (Due March 6, 2022)

The Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology, Tel Aviv University, will appoint two post-doctoral scholars for the 2022–2023 academic year in the fields of Archaeology, Ancient Israel Studies, or Ancient Near Eastern Cultures. The highly competitive fellowships are offered to researchers across many disciplines and will be awarded on the basis of academic excellence. Applicants should have received their Ph.D. in a relevant field within the last three years from an institution other than Tel Aviv University. While appropriate training in archaeology, biblical studies, ancient Near Eastern cultures and/or biblical history is required, the nature of the applicant’s specific research interests and areas of expertise is open.

The fellowship period will begin October 1, 2022, and is for a period of one academic year. There is an option to apply for a second year of a post-doc position as part of the 2021–2022 application circle. The appointment carries an NIS 103,275 (= to approximately $30,500) stipend.

Successful candidates are expected to submit a detailed research proposal (up to 2000 words) describing their research endeavor at the Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology. They are also expected to make a substantive contribution to the institute by organizing a colloquium on a subject related to their research that will stimulate an intellectual environment and foster innovative and interdisciplinary research. The outline of this colloquium, to be held at TAU in mid-June 2023, should be part of the research proposal. Candidates should supply letters from two leading scholars in relevant fields confirming their participation in the colloquium. The candidates will continue to develop their respective colloquium during their stay at the institute.

Applicants should submit a cover letter, a CV, a copy of their Ph.D. certificate and three letters of reference (to be submitted directly by the recommenders):

  • A letter from PhD advisor/s (all advisors must submit a letter of recommendation).
  • A letter from researcher outside of the University in which the candidate completed their doctoral studies.
  • An additional letter of recommendation, from a researcher affiliated to a recognized academic institution, per candidate's choice.
  • Post-doctoral fellows must state if they are applying for other sources of funding for the fellowship period.

Subject heading should read: Post-Doctoral Application.

Last date for submission of material: March 6, 2022.

Results will be published no later than April 7, 2022.

The scientific committee includes Prof. Oded Lipschits, Prof. Yuval Gadot, Prof. Ran Barkai, Dr. Dafna Langgut, Dr. Lidar Sapir Hen, Dr. Debora Sweeney and Dr. Guy Stiebel.

Arizona State University - NAGPRA Collections Specialist (Deadline October 12, 2021)

This is a grant funded position. Continuation is contingent on future grant funding.

Job Description

The School of Human Evolution and Social Change at Arizona State University seeks to hire a qualified NAGPRA Collections Specialist to be responsible for locating, documenting, and assessing funerary objects, sacred objects, and objects of cultural patrimony in compliance with the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA). The review of records, updating of collections information and inventories, and supervision of student interns and employees are integral components of this position. Archaeological collections at Arizona State University’s Center for Archaeology and Society Repository include materials collected by faculty of the former Department of Anthropology, materials donated to the Repository by private individuals, and materials collected during Federally sponsored cultural resource management projects. Repository collections include over 300,000 catalog numbers of Native American archaeological and ethnological objects, primarily from Arizona. The collections are subject to the NAGPRA and may include associated funerary objects, sacred objects, or objects of cultural patrimony.

To prepare these collections in accordance with our repatriation process, relevant collections must be located, documented, assigned to recognized artifact types for cultural affiliation, cataloged according to contemporary archaeological and museum collection management standards and best practices, assessed for removal provenience and context, and the collection information entered into a database. As a part of the NAGPRA team, the NAGPRA Collections Specialist will contribute to the consultation process with potential descendant communities.

Essential Duties

·        Assist with the documentation of NAGPRA objects. In coordination with the NAGPRA Coordinator and Curator of Collections, develop a work plan to identify and match individual collection objects with information in field notes, collections databases, and other archival records.

·        Organize site materials (including archaeological collections and associated documents).

·        Prepare reports (both preliminary and final) to confirm/update existing Notices of Inventory Completion/Notices of Intent to Repatriate and document transfer.

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in a field appropriate to the area of assignment AND three (3) years of related experience; OR, Seven (7) years of related experience; OR, Any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.

Desired Qualifications

·        Professional experience working with NAGPRA related collections documentation (3 years)

·        Evidence of a Master’s degree in Southwestern archaeology, anthropology, or focused museum studies

·        Demonstrated knowledge of the archaeology and material culture, history, and ethnography of the American Southwest

·        Demonstrated knowledge with appropriate handling of curated archaeological collections

·        Experience with a range of research methods

·        Supervisory experience with student workers

·        Excellent organizational and project management skills

·        Evidence of effective communication skills

·        Experience working independently and collaboratively in a team

10/22/21 Zoom interview scheduled

Cornell University - Postdoctoral Fellow, Anthropology (Deadline November 15, 2021)

Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship in Anthropology

Academic Years 2022-2024

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

With the sponsorship of the Society for the Humanities, the Department of Anthropology invites applications for a two-year Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship position beginning August 1, 2022. The fellowship offers a stipend of $55,000/year.

Applicants should be sociocultural anthropologists or archaeologists whose research and teaching demonstrate a commitment to anti-colonial, abolitionist, and/or activist practices. Geographical area of specialization is open. Topical interests might include, but are not limited to, entangled processes of racialization; alternative or diverse economic formations; land, sovereignty, and rural politics; indigeneity; and emerging forms of political action. The department is particularly interested in scholars who embrace its commitment to multimodal, collaborative, and community-based approaches to research and pedagogy. Scholars whose work involves indigenous politics, social justice, or mutual aid coalitions and/or contributes to interdisciplinary conversations in the environmental or rural humanities will receive especially close attention.

The successful candidate should be prepared to teach two courses per year, including one lower-level and one upper-level course.  Lower-level courses will be small and may involve some form of community-engaged learning, potentially in coordination with existing campus initiatives such as the Office for Engagement Initiatives, Rural Humanities, the Underground Railroad Project, or the Prison Education Program. Upper-level courses should explore one or more of the core areas of theoretical and methodological concern described above. These courses should be conceived of as seminars and can reflect the fellow’s particular research interests.

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Eligibility Requirements

Applicants eligible for the Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 academic years include those who have received the Ph.D. degree after September 1, 2016 and no later than June 30, 2022.  Applicants who do not have the Ph.D. in hand at the time of application must include a letter from the committee chair or department stating that the Ph.D. degree will be conferred before the term of the fellowship begins. International applicants are welcome to apply, contingent upon visa eligibility.

Application Procedures

The following application materials must be submitted via Academic Jobs Online position #19069, https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/19069 by November 15, 2021.

1.Cover page (will be generated via your AJO account):

(a) Full name and home institution

(b) Date (or expected date) of Ph.D.

(c) Research interest(s)

(d) Referees’ names and emails

2. Curriculum vitae

3. Detailed statement of research interests (1,000 – 2,000 words)

4. Course proposal with sample syllabus for introductory, 2000-level course

5. Course proposal with sample syllabus for upper, 4000-level course

6. One writing sample [30-page limit]

7. Letter of degree conferral (only for applicants who do not have the Ph.D. in hand by November 15, 2021)

8. Three letters of recommendation.  

Please ask referees to upload their letters directly through the link provided by Academic Jobs Online. Letters must be received on or before November 15, 2021.

For further information:

Phone: [[37]]

Email: [[38]]  

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.

Mellon Postdoctoral Fellows are invited to attend all of the Society’s events, and are expected to participate in the Society’s weekly Wednesday Fellows Seminar and luncheon.

societyhumanities.as.cornell.edu

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For general questions about the position or the application process, please contact the Recruiter listed in the job posting.

Applicants that do not have internet access are encouraged to visit your local library, or local Department of Labor. You may also visit the office of Workforce Recruitment and Retention Monday - Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. to use a dedicated workstation to complete an online application.

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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. Cornell University is an innovative Ivy League university and a great place to work. Our inclusive community of scholars, students, and staff impart an uncommon sense of larger purpose, and contribute creative ideas to further the university's mission of teaching, discovery, and engagement.


Lyon College - Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology (Deadline November 15, 2021)

Lyon College invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology position beginning in fall 2022. This one-year position may be renewed for a second year with the additional possibility of conversion to tenure-track. We are seeking an archaeologist or biological anthropologist capable of teaching a range of courses across these two subfields. The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. in anthropology by August 2022, evidence of effective teaching and student mentorship, commitment to creating an  inclusive classroom supportive of underrepresented categories of students, and a developed  research and writing agenda. Preference will be given to candidates with an ongoing or planned research program capable of integrating students into the faculty member’s research. Candidates that have experience in collaborative anthropological methods, culturally competent resource management, and/or research that promotes justice and equity are especially encouraged to apply.

Additional responsibilities may include academic advising and service on college committees. Experience at a small, residential liberal arts college as a student or as a faculty member is desirable. Absent that experience, an understanding of the difference between a small college and a university and the desire to be on the faculty of a small college are important. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Lyon College is a private, selective liberal arts college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). It is located in Batesville, Arkansas, a safe and historic town of 10,000 that serves as commercial, medical, social, and governmental hub for an eight-county area. The College currently enrolls almost 700 undergraduate students from 25 states and 11 foreign countries. Entering freshmen have an average high school GPA of 3.5 and an average ACT composite of 24.

Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2021 and continue until the position is filled. To learn more about Lyon College go to www.lyon.edu.


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