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Geneva Graduate Institute (CHE) - International/in the world[]

  • Associate or Full Professor of International History and Politics with a specialisation in European History – “Europe and the World”, to begin 1 Sept. 2025
  • Candidates must hold a Ph.D. in history. They must have an outstanding teaching and research track record and be able to make a significant long-term contribution in the field “Europe and the World”.
  • The selected candidate will be appointed as the Pierre Du Bois Chair. They must show an openness to comparative analyses and an interest to innovate from a methodological point of view. We prioritise candidates whose expertise is linked to Europe’s historical relationships and interactions with the rest of the world. We are particularly interested in candidates who work on 1) the history of European imperialisms, empires and colonialism; 2) aspects of transnational history connecting Europe and other parts of the world (including but not restricted to the circulation of ideas and the impact of migratory flows); 3)the impact and interaction of developments in Europe (broadly understood) with global security
  • Teaching: The successful candidate will teach postgraduate courses and supervise master’s theses and doctoral dissertations in the Department of International History and Politics. They will also be called upon to teach classes and supervise master’s theses in the Graduate Institute’s Interdisciplinary Programme. The ability to work with colleagues from the other disciplines researched and taught at the Institute – International Economics, International Relations & Political Science, Anthropology & Sociology, and International Law – is expected.
  • Candidates are required to submit a motivation letter, a CV and a list of publications. Long-listed candidates will be asked for additional documents, including three reference letters
  • Deadline: 12 Aug. 2024


Texas Tech University (USA:TX)[]


Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (DEU) - Senior Hire[]

  • Full Professorship (W3) of Medieval History (Chair) (combined with the Presidency of the MGH:Monumenta Germaniae Historica)
  • The vacant position of President of the MGH therefore plays a key role in connecting non-university historical research and university teaching and research in the historical sciences. The duties of the President include the management and conceptual development of the Munich Institute of the MGH. The future holder of the position is also expected to continue the profile of the professorship (basic research in medieval history with a focus on edition studies) and at the same time be open to recent developments in the field (digital humanities). Particularly desirable are proven experience in the edition of medieval sources, knowledge of digital analysis and presentation tools, and experience in personnel management. The successful candidate will also be expected to participate in interdisciplinary research activities at LMU Munich and to actively contribute to research and teaching.
  • Teaching Load: 2SWS
  • Please submit your application (comprising a curriculum vitae, documentation of academic degrees and certificates as well as a list of publications) in electronic form to the Dean of the Faculty of History and the Arts, Prof. Dr. Alexandra Kertz-Welzel, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1, D-80539 Munich, Germany, (registration required).
  • Deadline [date of receipt]: 18 Aug. 2024

Early Modern[]

Middlebury College (USA:VT) - hist STM, non-TT[]

Yale University (USA:CT)[]

  • tenure-track assistant professor in Early Modern European History to begin on July 1, 2025
  • Teaching: Applicants must have expertise in, and be able to teach, the history of early modern Europe, broadly defined, including knowledge of the relevant languages and societies
  • All applicants should submit a letter of application, C.V., a research statement, a teaching statement, three confidential letters of reference, and a chapter-length writing sample via Interfolio: For questions, please contact Dana Lee at
  • Review begins: 1 Sept. 2024


Durham University (UK:Eng) - non-TT[]

  • 24-month fixed term role of Career Development Fellow in Modern European History, to begin Sept 2024
  • no guarantee can be given that a permanent role at Durham will be available for the CDF to apply for at the end of the Fellowship
  • Teaching: The successful candidate will be responsible in their first year for teaching the Level 3 undergraduate module ‘Revolution and History’, examining the historiography and memory of the French Revolution, and its impact in shaping modern Europe. They will also be asked to contribute to the Level 1 module ‘Modern Times: a Cultural History of Europe, 1860-1960’, and to undertake some undergraduate dissertation supervision.
  • Successful applicants are normally expected to be within 8 years of completing their PhD, although career breaks for parental leave and/or health reasons will be considered.
  • Deadline: 7 Aug. 2024

Stanford University (USA:CA) - East-Central European[]

  • tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor in East-Central European history, including the Balkans, from the late 19th century to the present
  • Teaching: The candidate will offer undergraduate lecture courses on modern East-Central Europe, as well as upper-level undergraduate and graduate courses on the distinct features of the history of the region writ large.
  • Interested candidates should apply through Stanford Faculty Positions and submit: Cover letter, Research statement outlining their interests and their dissertation, book, or other relevant projects, Teaching Statement outlining their teaching experience and interests, Curriculum vitae, One writing sample from their dissertation or a substantial research publication, Three letters of recommendation. For candidates who do not yet have a Ph.D., the recommendation of their principal advisor must include precise information on the present status of the dissertation and the likelihood of completion by Summer 2025.
  • For full consideration: 15 Oct. 2024

Williams College (USA:MA) excl. Russia[]

  • Tenure track Assistant Professor of Modern European History to begin in the 2025-26 academic year
  • Applicants whose research focuses on Europe (excluding Russia) in the nineteenth century, with thematic and methodological expertise that complements and extends the strengths of our current faculty, are especially encouraged to apply
  • Ph.D. in hand or expected by September 2025
  • Teaching: 2/2 plus a January term course every other year. The successful candidate will have considerable autonomy in developing the curriculum in their field, with the expectation that they regularly teach a survey course in modern European history
  • Please send the following application materials to the department chair, Jessica Chapman, via Interfolio ( a letter of application that includes a summary of current and future scholarship, teaching interests and experience, and that addresses your ability to work effectively with a broadly diverse student population; a curriculum vitae; three separate one-paragraph descriptions of proposed courses (please include one survey and two specialized courses; see our current course catalog for examples:; and three letters of recommendation
  • Deadline: 13 Sept. 2024

Yale University (USA:CT)[]

  • tenure-track assistant professor in Modern European History to begin on July 1, 2025
  • preference for applicants focused on Western Europe and excluding those focused on Central and Eastern Europe as well as Russia.
  • Teaching: Applicants must also have expertise in, and be able to teach, modern European history since the eighteenth century, including the history of European empire
  • All applicants should submit a letter of application, C.V., a research statement, a teaching statement, three confidential letters of reference, and a chapter-length writing sample prepared for anonymous reading via Interfolio: For questions, please contact Dana Lee at
  • Review begins: 15 Sept. 2024



University of Pittsburgh (USA:PA) - Senior Hire[]

  • Amundson Professorship of British History, to begin in Fall Term 2025
  • Applicants should have outstanding research records and be acknowledged leaders in British history broadly defined. This may include the British Isles, the British Empire, the Commonwealth, connections with or within the Indian Ocean, the Atlantic, Africa, Asia, continental Europe, or beyond. Appointment will be at the associate or full professor level.
  • Applicants should submit a cover letter containing a description of their research, teaching, and leadership profile; a full CV; a 1-2-page statement that discusses how their past, planned, or potential contributions or experiences relating to diversity, equity, and inclusion will advance the University of Pittsburgh’s commitment to inclusive excellence; and contact information (including email addresses) for at least three recommenders with the application submission.
  • Deadline: 3 Sept. 2024





Maynooth University, National University of Ireland Maynooth (IRL) - Early[]

  • Assistant Professor/Lecturer in Early Irish History
  • The person appointed will have a proven record of teaching, research, publication and outreach, appropriate to career stage. They will be expected to make a strong contribution to the teaching programme and the academic life of the Departments of Early Irish and History and undertake teaching duties on the Departments’ undergraduate and postgraduate programmes as well as the supervision of Masters and PhD students.
  • deadline: 28 Jul. 2024

University of St. Thomas, Houston (USA:TX) - Open Rank[]

  • Open Rank Faculty Assistant, Associate, or full Professor of Irish History, to begin 1 Aug. 2025
  • Applicants should be qualified to teach courses in Irish history and other types of European and world history. They should provide evidence of a scholarly agenda directly related to their teaching specializations. Applicants should also share the Core's commitment to a classical liberal arts education in the Catholic tradition, embracing the thoughts of St. John Henry Newman and Josef Pieper.
  • A conferred Ph.D. in History or related fields is required by the contract start date of August 1, 2025.
  • Application Process: Candidates should submit: A Cover Letter that directly addresses the applicant's qualifications to teach courses in the Irish Studies minor and the Core Curriculum. A comprehensive Curriculum Vitae Evidence of teaching effectiveness and commitment to teaching excellence (i.e., peer review of teaching; student and administrative evaluations). Unofficial undergraduate and graduate transcripts. A statement demonstrating an understanding of the university's Catholic mission, including a thoughtful, substantive reflection on the candidate's dedication to UST's mission as expressed in UST's Mission Statement and Ex corde ecclesiae. See also
  • Review begins: 3 Oct. 2025 and will continue until the position is filled