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Jobs for 2024[]

Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO[]

Full time, 1 year. Begins Fall 2024.

The Colorado College Department of Anthropology invites applications for a one-year visiting assistant professor position in sociocultural anthropology to begin in the fall of 2024. We prefer a candidate with expertise in environmental anthropology and/or medical anthropology but are open to candidates with expertise in secondary areas of interest, including critical race studies and community-based learning. We are committed to hiring someone in this position who will support our department’s and college’s commitment to antiracism. This one-year hire would be expected to teach both introductory and upper-level courses in sociocultural anthropology that contribute to our course offerings for the major and minor as well as to the college’s General Education requirements.

Candidates should hold a Ph.D. in anthropology by the time of appointment and provide evidence of excellence in teaching. We seek a broadly educated anthropologist who shares our commitment to the goals of a four-field undergraduate anthropology program. Teaching interests should take advantage of opportunities afforded by our college’s Block Plan schedule, which is uniquely suited to focused and intensive learning experiences. The Block Plan is a unique academic system in which professors teach, and students take, one course at a time for 3. 5 weeks. Colorado College faculty teach six blocks in our eight-block academic year.

Initial review of applications begins in late May, position open until filled.

Please contact department chair, Krista Fish ( with questions. Letters of reference will be requested after initial review of application materials and advancement to the next stage in our review process.

Additional information, click here. To apply, click here.

A tenure track position will be advertised during the summer of 2024 for a position in the 2025-26 academic year. __________________________________________________________________________________

Assistant Teaching Professor and Director of Experiential Learning, Master of Science in Global Health Program[]

Georgetown University: Main Campus: Graduate School of Arts & Sciences[]

The Graduate School of Arts & Sciences at Georgetown University invites applications for a full-time position at the level of assistant or associate teaching professor from candidates with a strong interest in global health research and policy. The appointment is untenured and will be for one year, with the possibility of renewal. The Master of Science in Global Health Program (MSGH) is an interdisciplinary program with a focus on global health and international development. The program maintains a network of interning and research relationships with health research institutions and other development-related organizations in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Each MSGH student spends a semester abroad as a culminating experiential learning experience in the program.

The primary responsibility of the Director will be to oversee the experiential learning component of the MSGH. In addition, the successful candidate will teach two courses per year, as assigned by the Director of the MSGH. The successful candidate should possess a doctoral degree in public health, medicine or a related social science, experience in graduate education, and a familiarity with research organizations in low and middle-income countries.

The School promotes a highly collaborative working environment and values excellence in teaching and multidisciplinary scholarship. This position does not entail the expectation of research, but the University’s proximity to leading International Development Organizations, the National Institutes of Health, and numerous international Non-Governmental Development organizations offers unique networking opportunities.

Interested candidates are invited to send curriculum vitae and a cover letter detailing their experience. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE)[]

Visiting Assistant Professor in Anthropology[]

The Department of Anthropology at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) invites applications for a term position as Visiting Assistant Professor, specializing in applied cultural anthropology, beginning August 2024. This is a non-tenure track position, renewable for up to three years. Our faculty value four-field anthropology, prioritizing hands-on learning opportunities for our students and excellence in undergraduate education. We seek a colleague with an active research focus in museum anthropology, heritage and tourism, corporate anthropology, borders and migration, development anthropology, environment and sustainability, or medical anthropology. Additional skills in mixed methods, digital applications, visual anthropology, advocacy anthropology, or decolonization methodologies are also highly desirable. Geographic specialization is open, but areas of interest include African-American, Latinx, and Native American studies. SIUE has a strong commitment to teaching and research, and the ideal candidate will demonstrate their potential to integrate the two, while also engaging in service to the department, the university and surrounding communities. Teaching responsibilities include an introductory anthropology course, advanced courses in applied cultural anthropology and in the candidate's areas of specialization, as well as undergraduate supervision.

Minimum Qualifications

ABD candidates will be considered, but the ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. in Anthropology or a related field at the time of appointment.

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville nurtures an open, respectful, and welcoming climate that facilitates learning and work. SIUE is committed to education that explores the historic significance of diversity in order to understand the present and to better enable our community to engage the future. Integral to this commitment, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville strives for a student body and a workforce that is both diverse and inclusive. We strongly encourage candidates from historically underrepresented groups, including women, members of racially minoritized groups, and individuals with disabilities, to apply.  For more on our Statement on Diversity, visit SIUE Mission, Goals and Plans  Salary is commensurate with credentials, qualifications, and experience. Excellent benefits package included. For more information about employment benefits and policies, visit: Faculty Employment Benefits

Application Process

Email transcripts, vita, contact information for three references, and a letter of application with discussion of teaching interests/philosophy and research interests/experience to: Julie Zimmermann, Chair, Department of Anthropology, Email:

Applications received before or on May 15 will be given priority, but consideration of applications will continue until the position is filled.

SIUE is a state university - benefits under state sponsored plans may not be available to holders of F1 or J1 visas. Applicants will be subject to a background check prior to an offer of employment. Southern Illinois University Edwardsville is an equal opportunity employer and prohibits discrimination against employees, applicants for employment and students on the basis of age, color, disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran's status. In compliance with the ADA Amendments Acts (ADAAA), if you have a disability and would like to request an accommodation in order to apply for a position with Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, please call 618-650-2190 or email The SIUE Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available online at . This report is published in compliance the “Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act” and the Higher Education Opportunity Act also known as the “Campus Fire Safety Right to Know.”

Dual Career Support for New Faculty

The Career Development Center, in partnership with SIUE's Toward an Inclusive Model of Excellence project, is proud to provide a variety of career services and resources to partners of new faculty who have relocated to the Greater St. Louis area. Support for this initiative was provided by the National Science Foundation (NSF) through Award 1936141. This program offers various career services and resources available to help individuals in their career journey. Additional details may be found online at Dual Career Support  

Faculty Development and Other Support

Several units across campus offer various programs and training opportunities to new faculty members as they begin their employment at SIUE.   Support units include but are not limited to the Faculty Development Center Ombuds Services , Office of Research and Projects, and Inclusive Excellence, Education, and Development Hub.  

SUNY Oswego[]

See full position advertisement here The Department of Anthropology at the State University of New York at Oswego invites applications to fill a full time (tenure track) Assistant Professor, as the Native American Studies Director. Posting Date:  September 13, 2023

Review Date:  Applications received by October 15, 2023, will receive full consideration, but application review will continue until the position is filled.

Compensation:  Salary range is $62,000-$67,000, and full New York State benefits package.

Benefit Information: The State University of New York provides an excellent benefit package. Click here for more information.

Date of Appointment:  9/01/2024

Description of Responsibilities:  

The Native American Studies Director will be required to teach courses in Introduction to Native American Studies, Contemporary Native America, Native American Religion and Philosophy, multiple DEISJ general education classes, and upper division courses in Native American Studies and Anthropology of Religion based on subject expertise, and other closely related upper-division Anthropology courses as needed. This hire will be housed in the Department of Anthropology and create curriculum in support of the required Native American Studies component within our department's offerings. Responsibilities also include student advisement of the Native American Studies minor, and curriculum design and assessment of the minor.

The Native American Studies Director will be community-active, with strong relationships with the Onondaga Nation (in particular) and other Native Communities in New York, and will contribute to student success in research that is currently at the forefront of multiple pressing human challenges: anti-racist social movements, inequality, decolonizing studies, and social justice. A community-active NAS Director will be expected to contribute important coursework and perspectives in DEI, Conservation, and Community relationships while developing active collaborations with external partnerships with communities and conservation initiatives.

The position for NAS Director will be hired at the Assistant Professor level and be expected to display a demonstrated potential for excellence in teaching and scholarship, commitment to undergraduate and/or graduate education, and possess communication and interpersonal skills sufficient to work effectively with an increasingly diverse array of students and colleagues.

SUNY Oswego works continuously to create an inclusive environment which respects, embraces, and promotes cultural safety, belonging, civil discourse, cultural humility, and other values and goals outlined in SUNY Oswego's Strategic Diversity and Inclusion Plan. As such, the incumbent is expected to contribute to these efforts and possess communication and interpersonal skills necessary to engage effectively with an increasingly diverse community of students and colleagues.


Required Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. in anthropology, or religion, or Native American Studies or closely related field, ABD candidates who will have PhD by time of appointment will be considered.
  • A commitment to excellence in teaching and demonstrated interdisciplinary interests
  • Engaged in an active program of research with the potential to involve and train students.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. with specialty in Native American Studies, whose research and experience focuses on Native New York, particularly the Onondaga Nation. Scholar-educators who have experience building community relationships and conservation programming and can contribute to interdisciplinary programs such as Sustainability Studies, regional area studies, and religious studies are especially attractive.

University of Illinois Springfield

Assistant Professor, Field Open: Full time (tenure track) Assistant Professor

The University of Illinois Springfield invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant professor to begin August 16, 2024, serving a major in Liberal Studies and minors in African American Studies and/or Women and Gender Studies. Applicants are invited to affiliate with the newly formed Institute for Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Social Justice. We seek a specialist in interdisciplinary or intersectional studies, multicultural and ethnic studies, Black studies, women's and gender studies, sexuality studies, or related area. Public-facing scholarship welcomed.

Review begins: 10 December 2023

Full Details and applications here:

Associate or Professor and Chair in Cultural Anthropology, University of San Diego, San Diego, CA

The Department of Anthropology at the University of San Diego invites applications for a tenured faculty position at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor to begin in August 2024. We seek a broadly-trained Cultural Anthropologist who will serve as Chair of the Department and lead the department through a process of curricular revision. A successful candidate will participate in one of the following academic clusters: climate change and environmental justice, technology and the human experience, or borders and social justice. More information can be found here:

We seek applicants with evidence of excellence in teaching anthropology courses and demonstrated leadership experience. Candidates will teach introductory courses in cultural anthropology and a range of upper level undergraduate courses within the candidate’s area of specialty and will have the opportunity to engage in interdisciplinary collaboration. Successful candidates will have an active program of field research that could be integrated with undergraduate teaching and a record of scholarly publication. Candidates who engage with contemporary issues, and demonstrate a strong commitment to social justice, human rights, humanitarianism, and diversity/equity/inclusion are strongly encouraged to apply.

Candidates are asked to submit the following materials by October 10, 2023. Please note that this position will be hired at the Associate Professor or Professor level.

  1. Letter of application, include reference to the cluster(s) of interest
  2. Curriculum vitae
  3. Teaching Statement and a sample syllabus
  4. Research Statement and a sample of scholarly or creative work
  5. Diversity statement, in which you address A) your values with respect to diversity, equity, and inclusion; B) your experience working with minoritized populations and/or on issues that disproportionately affect diverse populations, and C) your plans related to diversity and inclusion in your teaching and research.
  6. Contact information for three references who will be sent a link to upload letters.

For more information contact search chair, Dr. Jennifer Parkinson at jparkinson@sandiego.eduIf you have any technical questions or difficulties please contact the Employment Services Team at 619-260-6806, or email us at

Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Ottawa[]

The School of Sociological and Anthropological Studies at the University of Ottawa invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor.

We are looking for a professor of social and cultural anthropology, specialist in the anthropology of Africa or its diasporas, or Black studies, Afro-descendant, capable of furthering the strengths of our School in the anthropology of contemporary issues.

Candidates must demonstrate expertise in ethnographic methods as well as detailed mastery of current anthropological theories. Experience in developing long-term relationships with the communities in which they conduct research is essential.

The geographic area of specialization sought includes Africa and its diasporas, with a preference for French-speaking regions - which includes the Caribbean as well as active African communities in Canada or elsewhere in the world.

A strong orientation in the fields of food, gender, environment, or migration is an asset - due to our new interdisciplinary and pan-Faculty Major/Minor in African studies.

We are also open to any expertise complementary to that of the School, particularly, but not limited to, those relating to the fields of urbanism, health, Indigenous peoples, science and technology, media, and engaged anthropology, in the broad sense, including social justice, epistemic justice, equity and inclusion.

Applicants must hold or obtain a doctorate before July 1, 2024. Review of applications will begin on December 15, 2023, and applicants must submit their application by this date to receive full consideration. A complete application must include a cover letter describing the applicant's research, teaching philosophy, and plans/projects/aspirations; a CV; a writing sample; and the contact details of three references (letters will be requested from selected candidates after an initial review of the files). If you have any questions, please contact Professor Nathan Young, Director of the School of Sociological and Anthropological Studies at


In addition to maintaining an active and creative research program, the successful candidate will teach four courses per academic year (undergraduate, master's and doctoral) and supervise the research and field projects of Master’s and PhD students. The ability to work in both official languages of the University of Ottawa at the time of appointment is considered essential.

The candidate will actively participate in the development of the African studies program, through the creation of new partnerships with African institutions and the potential establishment of an Honour’s and graduate programs.

Terms: Tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor. Note that tenure is conditional on active knowledge of Canada's two official languages (English and French).

Salary: Salary scale for an Assistant Professor starts at $89,622 (as of May 1, 2023).

Benefits package: The University of Ottawa provides a complete benefits package which includes long term disability, basic group life insurance, supplementary health insurance, University of Ottawa Pension Plan and optional life insurance, as well as relocation expenses.

Location of work: School of Sociological and Anthropological Studies, University of Ottawa, 120 Université Private, Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5

Deadline for receipt of applications: December 15, 2023

Applications must be submitted electronically via the University of Ottawa Academic Careers website at this link.

Successful candidates will be contacted to arrange the submission of three confidential letters of recommendation. Letters are not required during the initial application.

University of Ottawa

The University of Ottawa is a bilingual public university located in the heart of the Canadian capital, Ottawa. Strongly focused on research, the University of Ottawa is ranked among the top ten national universities and is the largest English-French bilingual university in the world. It has nearly 40,000 undergraduate students and more than 8,000 graduate students, for whom courses and programs are offered in both languages. The University of Ottawa values inclusion and is looking for talented students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds.

The University of Ottawa is recognized nationally and internationally as one of the best research universities in the country and the largest bilingual (French and English) university in the world. Located on the traditional and unceded territory of the Anishinabe-Algonquin people, in the heart of downtown Ottawa, it contributes greatly to the economy, culture and quality of life of Canada's capital.

The University of Ottawa is committed to ensuring equity, diversity, and inclusion in the scholarly and leadership environments of our students, staff, and faculty. Accordingly, we strongly encourage applications from Indigenous Peoples in Canada, visible minorities members (racialized persons), persons with disabilities, women, as well as from all qualified candidates with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with equitable, diverse, and inclusive communities. Candidates who wish to be considered as a member of one or more designated groups are asked to complete the confidential Self-Identification Questionnaire, to be completed at the time of application.

All qualified candidates are invited to apply; however, preference will be given to Canadians and permanent residents. When submitting your application, please indicate if you are legally entitled to work in Canada

The University of Ottawa provides accommodations for applicants with disabilities throughout the recruitment process. If you are invited to proceed in the selection process, please notify us of any accommodations that you require by contacting the Office of the Vice-Provost, Faculty Relations by email at Any information you send us will be handled respectfully and in complete confidence.

The University of Ottawa is proud of its 160-year tradition of bilingualism. Through its Official Languages and Bilingualism Institute, the University provides training to staff members and to their spouses in their second official language.

Prior to May 1, 2022, the University required all students, faculty, staff, and visitors (including contractors) to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 as defined in Policy 129 – Covid-19 Vaccination. This policy was suspended effective May 1, 2022 but may be reinstated at any point in the future depending on public health guidelines and the recommendations of experts.

Assistant Professor of Urban Environmental Anthropology[]

University of Maryland, College Park

Rank/Title: Assistant Professor Tenure Track

ETerp Position #123712

The Department of Anthropology at the University of Maryland, College Park invites applications from outstanding early-career scholars to be appointed as Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Urban Environmental Anthropology with a focus on health and well-being. We seek a scholar with a PhD in anthropology, or related fields, in hand by June 2024 whose work explicitly examines the link between the environment and health and wellbeing in urban environments. The candidate should possess expertise that addresses environmental health topics broadly conceived and including, but not limited to, climate change, disaster management, nutrition and food security, water security, air pollution, sanitation and waste disposal, built environment, energy and extraction systems, and/or the impacts of toxic chemical exposures, among other areas focusing on the intersections of environmental, social, and racial justice.

The ideal candidate will use theoretical expertise in environmental anthropology to examine the influence of behavioral, social, and structural factors related to social inequality and environmental health. Their research program should demonstrate a commitment to collaborative and interdisciplinary research that directly articulates the intersectional environmental, social, and racial justice implications of their work. Candidates who use multiple methods, forms of data, and analysis spanning ecology, health, biology, spatial analysis, and other allied fields are of particular interest, but the ideal candidate will also demonstrate strong abilities in ethnographic, quantitative, and qualitative methods. The overall geographic region is open; however researchers currently, or interested in, developing regional-focused research in the Mid-Atlantic are especially encouraged to apply.

We seek a colleague with demonstrated and/or clear potential to develop an independent and robust research program in Urban Environmental Anthropology with a focus on health and well-being in the Department of Anthropology. The successful applicant will have a track record demonstrated through a variety of pathways, such as publications, research funding, awards, teaching and mentorship, community engagement, policy development, knowledge translation, and interdisciplinary collaborations appropriate to the level of the scholar. Successful applicants should show a strong theoretical and methodological focus that complements existing faculty research. Additional opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration with departments and research units across campus (e.g. College of Agriculture and Natural Resources; School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation; School of Public Health), and via partnerships with government agencies and non-governmental organizations in Washington, DC, Baltimore, and Annapolis, exist through established departmental connections. Candidates are also expected to have a commitment to teaching and mentorship at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, including working with students and groups from historically underrepresented backgrounds. We particularly seek candidates who can concretely discuss how their scholarship, teaching, and public engagement work contribute to principles of diversity, inclusion, and social justice. The Department of Anthropology believes that diversity is excellence.

Candidates will be expected to teach environmental anthropology courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels that contribute to our department’s core offerings and courses appropriate to their expertise. Such courses include: Introduction to Ecological and Environmental Anthropology, Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology, Political Ecology, Urban Anthropology, and Environmental Health.

Please submit a letter of interest, a curriculum vitae listing qualifications and experience, and the names and contact information for three professional references. Your letter should provide additional detail of your expertise and experience that speaks to job requirements and description, and should discuss how you will contribute to our departmental commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates. Electronic submission only to (Position #123712). Questions can be sent to the search coordinator, Ms. Nadine Dangerfield, at or call 301-405-4737. Review of applications will begin immediately, and early submissions are strongly encouraged. Priority will be given to applications received by October 15, 2023. The position will remain open until filled. The Department of Anthropology is committed to increasing the diversity of the campus community.

Background Checks: Offers of employment are contingent on completion of a background check. Information reported by the background check will not automatically disqualify you from employment.

University of California, Riverside - Tenured Professor and Chair of Anthropology (Feb. 1, 2024 first review/April 1, 2024 deadline)[]

The Department of Anthropology at the University of California, Riverside, invites applications for a tenured faculty position at the rank of Professor who will also serve as Department Chair. The successful candidate will have demonstrated higher education leadership experience and a vision to position the department at the forefront of educational attainment and world-class research in the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (CHASS) and across UCR-wide initiatives relating to interdisciplinary teaching and learning.

We seek applications from broadly trained anthropologists whose teaching and research interests build upon and complement that of the department. Research focus may include living or past populations, including the intersecting social, material, and biological aspects of human life. The candidate will join our diverse and dynamic faculty whose research attends to core issues in anthropology, including power, ideology, gender, antiblackness, social and health inequities, human ecologies, urbanism, and transnationalism. We are particularly interested in hiring a colleague with leadership experience who is dedicated to creating research opportunities for undergraduate students and mentoring our increasingly international graduate students.

This search is part of our departmental commitment to transforming anthropology through research, rigorous academic teaching, training, and public service to promote cultural understanding and social, racial, and environmental justice, while empowering our students to change the world. We value community-driven and activist research to generate theoretical innovation and address local and global inequities. We pursue efforts to decolonize our research and curriculum and create a vibrant and welcoming intellectual community to build an anthropology for liberation. The department supports the ample opportunities for innovative collaborations across our vibrant campus, including with the newly established Department of Black Study and the Department of Society, Environment and Health Equity, as well as academic programs in Art, History, Environmental Sciences, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Southeast Asian Studies, and the School of Medicine, among others.

Complete applications will include a current CV, a cover letter of interest describing research portfolio, leadership experience, and vision as Chair, a statement on past and potential contributions to diversity, copies of up to three publications, evidence of teaching excellence and of graduate and undergraduate mentoring, and the names and contact information for at least three references. A Ph.D. in Anthropology or a related field is required at the time of application; subfields and areas of research expertise are open. Review of applications will begin February 1, 2024, and continue until the position is filled. Applications submitted by February 1 will receive full consideration.

The initial period of appointment as Chair is at least three years, with the possibility for renewal as Chair after review and determination of satisfactory performance. The Professor appointment should begin no later than July 1, 2025 with the Chair appointment commencing on July 1 2025. The professorial salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience; additional compensation for term as chair follows a standard schedule ( Underrepresented scholars are particularly encouraged to apply.

The University of California values salary transparency and reports salaries annually in the UC Annual Wage Database. The posted UC salary scales set the minimum pay determined by rank and/or step at appointment. See Table(s) The salary range for this position is $108,300 -$197,100. “Off-scale salaries” and other components of pay, i.e., a salary that is higher than the published system-wide salary at the designated rank and step, are offered when necessary to meet competitive conditions.

UCR has had major successes in our commitment to recruiting faculty from diverse backgrounds. Across CHASS, applicants will find a strong group of faculty that share concerns with race, class, gender, and age dynamics. Advancement through the faculty ranks at the University of California is through a series of structured, merit-based evaluations, occurring every 2-3 years, each of which includes substantial peer input.

Established in 1954, the UCR campus today has a fast-growing population of over 26,000 students, is the most diverse undergraduate student body in the UC system, and is one of the most diverse campuses in the nation. Located fifty miles east of Los Angeles, the campus lies in the heart of over twenty Native American communities, including the Tongva, Cahuilla, Serrano and Payómkawichum Nations and the largest urban Native American population in the U.S.

Riverside is situated in an historic citrus growing area surrounded by mountain ranges; it is about an hour away from ski slopes, surfing, or hiking in mountain or desert environments. The campus is ideally located to build collaborations with other universities, research institutes, and community-based organizations throughout Southern California.

Please contact search Chair Professor Travis Stanton at with questions.


Word on the Street[]

- Any word on the Georgetown TT position?

[Dec 4] The Georgetown postdoc to tt position? Zoom interviews were held a few weeks ago, haven't heard anything since..

—Any word on the Middlebury position? x2 - heard from someone that campus visit invites were sent out.

[Feb 3]--no word here re: Middlebury! Anyone else?