Academic Jobs Wiki

Wiki page for Academic Jobs in Early Modern / Renaissance Literature advertised during the 2024-2025 hiring season. This page is for jobs that begin in 2025.

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Please add jobs in the following format and order them chronologically by posting date (newest postings at the top).

  1. Example University. Position Title. Specializations. Deadline. TT/NT. FT/PT. Link to Job ad(s).

TT/NT: Tenure-track or Non-tenure track.

FT/PT: Full-Time or Part-Time

PD: Post-doc

For the sake of user-friendliness, please do not add more detailed content of the job ad on this page.

Add updates to the end of each entry as they come in: Additional materials requested, video interview scheduled, campus visit scheduled, offer extended, offer accepted, rejection received.

Please post "Have you heard?" questions below, under Word on the Street.

See also Humanities and Social Sciences Postdocs 2024-2025 .

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Jobs for 2025[]

  1. Stanford. Assistant Professor of Renaissance Literature. "We welcome applications from scholars across the entire range of the Renaissance period and of all methodological approaches. We are focused on identifying exceptional scholarship rather than looking for a specific specialization." October 1st. TT. FT.
  2. University of Michigan. Assistant Professor of Anglophone Literature from 1500 to 1700. "We seek candidates who can teach well-known texts in Anglophone literary and cultural history, but who will also expansively reimagine the traditional curriculum to encompass global and comparative approaches, long chronologies, interdisciplinary inquiry, new methods, and unusual genres." October 14th. TT. FT.

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