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Alfred University (USA:NY) - Atlantic and African/Latin American/Indigenous North American[]

  • Tenure-track position in history at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin Fall 2023.
  • We would like to hire a historian of the Atlantic world with specialization in one of the following: Africa, Latin America, or Indigenous North America.
  • The person hired would teach some survey courses, including US history and possibly a survey of the Americas more broadly construed, as well as upper­-level courses in their areas of expertise. Preference will be given to candidates with digital history or public history experience.
  • We welcome candidates who could offer courses in our interdisciplinary programs: Africana Studies, Global Studies, and/or Education Abroad. Courses that can contribute to Women and Gender Studies and Social Justice Studies programs are also encouraged.
  • Application materials should highlight the candidate's experience in or plans for promoting diversity and inclusion through teaching, research and/or service. Applicants should submit materials electronically and include a detailed letter describing their interest in and qualifications for the position, a CV, and a teaching statement. Finalists for the position will be asked to submit three letters of recommendation. Any inquiries may be directed to Dr. Mallory Szymanski at [[1]]
  • For full consideration, all application materials should be received by 1 Nov. 2022
    • [week of 28 Nov.] Zoom interview
    • [3 Jan] any updates on this?
    • Campus visit scheduled.

Austin Peay State University (US:TN) - US and Public History[]

  • Assistant Professor in Public History. Individual research emphasis should be in American History.
  • We search for candidates with a background in such areas as community organizations; state, local, and federal historical agencies; historic preservation associations; oral history; archival history; and private historical contracting.
  • The successful candidate should have a strong and demonstrable record in Digital History, be able to contribute to a Public History curriculum, and expand the department's professional development initiatives at the undergraduate and graduate levels through the acquisition of outside funding; teach 4 classes per semester; Ability to teach courses in Public History and Early and Modern US Surveys; Ability to develop relationships with local and regional public history institutions is important.
  • A Ph.D. in Public History or Ph.D. in History with work experience in Public History at the time of appointment is required; Public History work experience is required; Experience and training in museum studies, material culture, digital history, oral history, archives, or preservation is welcome.
  • Required Documents: 1. Cover Letter; 2. Curriculum Vitae
  • Optional Documents: 1. Unofficial Transcript; 2. Three letters of recommendation; 3. Teaching Philosophy
  • Each applicant must include the names and contact information for three references, one of which must be from your most recent or current employer, with your application.
  • Deadline: not stated in ad, ad states "Applicant review will continue until the position is filled."

Beloit College (USA:WI) - Non-TT[]

  • Visiting Assistant Professor in Modern U.S. history for the academic year 2023-24.
  • We are particularly interested in candidates whose research and teaching interests focus on the history of race, migration, or the environment.
  • Teaching Load: 2/3 or 3/3 Teaching responsibilities include survey courses in modern U.S. history as well as introductory and upper-level courses in the candidate’s area of expertise. The successful candidate will share Beloit’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and will demonstrate an ability to support students from historically underrepresented backgrounds.
  • Applicants should submit a letter of application; a curriculum vitae; two syllabi; and contact information for three references
  • Deadline: 1 Apr. 2023

Benedictine College (USA:KS) - Open Field[]

  • Tenure-track Assistant Professor in the history of the United States beginning August 1, 2023. The area of research specialty is open.
  • Responsibilities include teaching four classes per semester, both surveys and more focused upper-division classes.
  • Please submit: Cover letter; Curriculum vitae; Three current letters of reference (may be sent directly from recommenders to masher@benedictine.edu to preserve confidentiality)
  • The minimum requirement is a Ph.D. in History, which must be in hand by the date of hire. Preference will be given to candidates with relevant experience teaching U.S. history at the post-secondary level.
  • Applications must be submitted by 31 Dec. 2022.

Binghamton University (US:NY) - Race and Inequality in US[]

  • historian of Race and Inequality in the United States from any time period from the Colonial era to 1945 whose research focuses on African American, LatinX, and/or Indigenous populations.
  • Possible thematic focuses of interest to the department that build upon its strengths include environmental justice, public health, public history, immigration/migration, gender and sexuality studies, transnational studies, and/or social movements.
  • This hire will be part of the Harpur College of Arts & Sciences' new multi-year cluster hire in the thematic area "Critical Studies in Race and Inequality." Harpur seeks to build a network of scholars who are committed to conducting research on race, racism, ethnicity, social justice, power, and structures of inequality in their diverse fields of specialization.
  • More information about the cluster hire can be found here: https://www.binghamton.edu/harpur/faculty/cluster-hire.html
  • The College is particularly interested in appointing faculty members who are deeply connected to and integrated into the communities that they study, as a means to build on the strong tradition of engaged scholarship at Binghamton University.
  • Applicants will submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, research statement, academic writing sample (dissertation chapter or article), and the names and contact information of three recommenders at http://binghamton.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=152548
  • The committee will review and screen applications for an initial virtual interview and then subsequently bring a selection of candidates to campus. Please direct any questions to the Chair of the Search Committee, Prof. Anne Bailey ([[2]]).
  • Deadline: 1 Oct. 2022
  • Interview Request [Oct 26]x2
  • Anyone hear about a campus visit?
    • campus visits have taken place
    • FAILED SEARCH

California State University Long Beach (USA:CA) - US Borderlands[]

  • Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of History specialization in United States history, with an emphasis on United States Borderlands, defined as the United States Southwest and/or Caribbean borders
  • Ph.D. in History at time of application or official notification of completion of the doctoral degree by August 1, 2023.
  • Teach and develop courses in United States history at the Bachelor's and the Master's levels [Mode of instruction may include in-person, hybrid, online, and/or any combination thereof].
  • Required Documentation: An Equity and Diversity Statement about your teaching or other experiences, successes, and challenges in working with a diverse student population (maximum two pages, single-spaced). For further information and guidelines, please visit: http://www.csulb.edu/EquityDiversityStatement; Letter of application addressing the required and preferred qualifications; CV; Three references (to be contacted for confidential letters of recommendation should you reach the semi-finalist stage); Writing sample (article or a dissertation chapter); Finalists should be prepared to submit an official transcript (e-transcript preferred, if available)
  • Review of applications to begin 1 Nov., 2022
  • Has anyone heard of interviews or campus visits?

California State University San Bernardino (USA:CA) - US and Borderlands History[]

  • Tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professorship in 19th or 20th century US/Borderlands history.
  • We prefer scholars whose research and teaching focus on borderlands history which can be US/International in the context of borders. Subfields in gender, women's history, race and ethnicity are encouraged to apply.
  • Responsibilities include teaching eight courses over two semesters, advising for undergraduate majors and graduate students.
  • The successful candidate will also teach one large enrollment, general education survey course of U.S. history and participate in the rotation of faculty teaching historical research and writing seminars and also develop courses in US/Borderlands history.
  • PhD in history or related field required by time of appointment.
  • Please submit; Curriculum Vitae; Cover Letter that includes: a statement of your teaching interest/philosophy and a statement of your research experience/plans; If available, evidence of teaching effectiveness such as teaching portfolios, reports on teaching observations, and/or student evaluations of teaching; Unofficial copies of all postsecondary degree transcripts (official transcripts will be required prior to appointment); Reference List - names, telephone numbers, and email addresses of three (3) referees whom we may contact to obtain letters of recommendation; Confidential letters of recommendation may be solicited from those listed as references on the application if the applicant is moved forward in the recruitment process. Non-confidential letters of recommendation can be uploaded by the applicant during the application process; Diversity Statement, which may include your interpretation of diversity, equity and inclusion, and must include specific examples of how your background and your educational and/or professional experiences have prepared you for this role at California State University, San Bernardino (maximum 1,000 words).
  • Formal review of applications will begin 1 Nov. 2022 and continue until the position is filled.
  • If you are interested in this opportunity, we invite you to apply by using this CSU Recruitment hyperlink at: https://secure.dc4.pageuppeople.com/apply/873/gateway/Default. aspx?c=apply&sJobIDs=519255&SourceTypeID=803&sLanguage=en-us&lApplicationSubSourceID=11243
  • Has anyone heard of interviews or campus visits?
    • Yes, campus visits

California State University San Marcos (USA:CA) - Southwest Borderlands[]

  • Tenure-track position in Southwest Borderlands History, at the rank of Assistant Professor, to begin in Fall 2023. Period of specialization is open.
  • Preferred Qualifications: Ability to teach about both sides of the US-Mexico border; A subfield in any of the following areas: environmental history, ethnohistory, gender history, public history, race and ethnicity; Interest in community engagement; Experience or interest in working with Digital History
  • Applications Must Include: Cover letter; Curriculum vitae; A chapter/article-length writing sample; Teaching Portfolio that includes a teaching statement, course evaluations and course syllabi; Three professional references
  • Review of applications will begin 23 Jan. 2022 and continue until the position is filled.
    • Does this mean applications needed to be in before the 23rd?
  • Has anyone heard of interviews or campus visits?
    • Yes, campus visits

Colby College (USA:ME) - Non-TT[]

  • Visiting Assistant Professor in Early American History (1 year sabbatical replacement), with preference for a focus on race, environmental, or indigenous history, beginning July 1, 2023
  • Teaching Load: 4 courses including HI131, a survey of American History to 1865, in the Fall semester of 2023
  • Please submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy, a statement of research interests, and three confidential letters of recommendation. The statement of teaching philosophy and the statement of research interests should demonstrate commitment to the values of diversity and inclusivity. Please submit applications via Interfolio at the following link http://apply.interfolio.com/119452.
  • Review begins: 6 Feb. 2023 and continues until position filled

College of Charleston (USA:SC) - Non-TT, pref. Civil War/Reconstruction[]

  • Visiting assistant professorship in U.S. History to begin the Fall semester of 2023.
  • Historians in all subfields of U.S. History are welcome to apply, with preference for a specialist in the Civil War/Reconstruction era.
  • All requirements for the Ph.D. in History must be completed by August 15, 2023.
  • Teaching: 4/4, including both the 100-level general education requirement in pre-modern history (either pre-modern or modern history) and the 200-level U.S. History survey (either pre-1865 or post-1865). The general education classes are organized thematically, around the professor’s academic interests, where appropriate. The ability to teach an undergraduate Introduction to Public History course would be a bonus.
  • Applications should be submitted electronically at https://jobs.cofc.edu/postings/13815 Applications should include a cover letter, C.V., graduate transcripts, names and contact information for at least two references, a writing sample, and sample syllabi for a 100-level, general education world history course (pre-1500 and/or post-1500) and a 200-level U.S. survey course (pre-1865 and/or post-1865). Direct inquiries to Jason Coy, Professor and Chair, at coyj@cofc.edu.
  • Deadline: 15 Jun. 2023 - Remote interviews will follow shortly.

Concordia College Moorhead (USA:MN)[]

  • tenure-eligible appointment in United States History. The appointment will be at the rank of assistant professor and will begin on August 15, 2023.
  • Preference will be given to candidates with the additional ability to develop courses in Native American History, Latin American History, Constitutional History, Women’s and Gender Studies, and/or Digital Humanities
  • Teaching: The successful candidate should demonstrate research and teaching expertise in United States History and should be prepared to teach U.S. Survey, Black American History, Historical Methods, and other courses within their area of expertise
  • To apply, submit a cover letter that describes your teaching, research, and service, and how your work would contribute to the development of an intellectual, equitable, and inclusive community in the department and at the college. Additionally, please submit a CV, a statement of your teaching philosophy, and three references. Shortlisted candidates may be asked to supply additional materials at a later date.
  • Deadline: not stated in ad, ad expires 23 Jan. 2023.
  • [20 Feb] Campus invite extended

Drew University (USA:NJ) - 18th/19th Century US and Atlantic World[]

  • Tenure-track Assistant Professor of 18th and 19th century U. S. history and its Atlantic World context
  • The standard teaching load is three courses per semester: Teach an introductory-level course on the history of the United States, from contact to 1877; Teach an intermediate-level course on African American history, from African origins to 1877; Teach an intermediate- or upper-level course on Atlantic World history; Teach courses at the intermediate- and upper-level that relate to the successful candidate's research
  • Teaching experience in the above areas is preferred.
  • The successful candidate must be able to teach undergraduate courses in the period on U.S. history, African American history, the U.S. in Atlantic World context, and historical research methods. There will be opportunities to teach graduate courses in Drew's interdisciplinary M.A. Program in History and Culture
  • To apply, submit the following materials: Cover letter; CV/Resume; Graduate Transcript; Contact information for three references, at least one of whom can address teaching experience. The committee will request reference letters only for semi-finalists in the search process.
  • Please apply by 15 Nov. 2022
  • [18 Jan] any update on this?

Durham University (UK:Eng) - Modern US, pref Civil War & Slavery, non-TT[]

  • 24 month lectureship (~VAP) in Modern American History, to begin 4 Sept. 2023
  • The post is for a fixed term only, and it is not anticipated that the post will be extended beyond this fixed term.
  • The post of Teaching Fellow will involve a significant teaching load, which may extend into the summer period, and there may be related scholarship and the opportunity for administrative duties which relate to education and pedagogy.
  • Deadline: 22 Jul. 2023

Eastern Carolina University (USA:NC) - American Maritime History[]

  • Assistant Professor in History. This tenure track faculty position will begin August 14, 2023.
  • Area of specialization is within American Maritime History. The successful candidate will have an active research agenda and will teach courses in the area of American maritime, naval, and military history, from 1500 to the present, as well as introductory surveys in US and World history
  • To apply, submit a letter of interest outlining research interests and teaching capabilities, curriculum vita, and contact information for three current references. After the application is submitted, three official letters of reference will be requested; references will receive an email invitation from PeopleAdmin. Official transcripts are required upon employment.
  • Closing date 27 Nov. 2022

Florida State University (USA:FL) - (non-TT)[]

  • Full-time, non-tenure-track teaching position in United States history, to begin Fall 2023
  • While area of interest and specialization is open, the department is particularly interested in candidates prepared to teach the second half of the U.S. History survey. The successful applicant will also, on a rotating basis, be responsible for the oversight of the department’s graduate teaching assistants
  • Questions about the search may be addressed to Dr. Andrew K. Frank at afrank@fsu.edu. Apply to Florida State University at https://hr.fsu.edu/facultyjobs, job opening ID 54264
  • Deadline: not stated in ad, ad expires 6 Mar.

Franciscan University of Steubenville (US:OH) - US and South Asian, Middle Eastern, Military or Diplomatic[]

  • full-time, tenure-track position in History to begin August 2023.
  • The successful candidate must possess a Ph.D. or equivalent in American History or a related discipline at the time of employment. Candidates must be committed to excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service, and will support the Franciscan Mission of the University.
  • Preference will be given to candidates prepared to teach the primary field of American History, with possible subfields in South Asian, Middle Eastern, military or diplomatic history.
  • To apply, please submit the following: letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, statement of understanding of the mission of Franciscan University of Steubenville, three letters of reference, and official transcripts.
  • All materials must be submitted electronically to Dr. Kimberly Georgedes, Search Committee, via [[3]].
  • For additional information, see https://www.franciscan.edu/HR/faculty-openings/.
  • Review of completed applications begins 14 Oct. 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.
  • [7 Dec.] Interviews scheduled last week. Committee member accidentally cc'd candidate on an email praising another candidate. Sounds like MK is well-liked

Hawaii Pacific University (USA:HI) - Diplomatic/International History[]

  • Assistant or Associate Professor of History
  • Preference is for candidates with a regional specialization or knowledge of, and teaching ability in, the Indo-Asia-Pacific or Middle East.
  • Candidates must hold a Ph.D. in History (or a closely related discipline) OR a Master's degree in History (or a closely related discipline) combined with professional experience commensurate to a doctorate (i.e. a credentialed diplomat or senior government service)
  • Teaching Load: 24 credits through an August to May academic year: The successful candidate will be able to teach courses in U.S. Diplomatic History and Foreign Relations. Candidates who can also teach in the general area of security studies and/or terrorism/counter-terrorism, are also encouraged to apply.
  • For full consideration: 15 Nov. 2022

Hollins University (USA:VI) - non-TT, modern[]

  • Visiting Assistant Professor of Modern United States History (after 1900). This is a full-time, one-year position beginning July 1, 2023 with the possibility of renewal for a second year.
  • Teaching Load: 6 courses/year, usually 3/3 Teaching responsibilities will include a variety of courses at the introductory and advanced levels. Additionally, candidates will be expected to help with the supervision of senior theses in their area of specialization. Desired specializations include the history of gender and sexuality, public history, environmental history, and the history of science.
  • To apply, please submit the following materials: A cover letter that includes information about your teaching philosophy, your approach to teaching and mentoring students from underrepresented backgrounds, and how you promote inclusivity and anti-racism in your teaching, research, and/or service; and A curriculum vitae. Candidates advanced to the second phase of review will be invited to submit the following materials: A sample syllabus; Three letters of recommendation (at least one of which must focus specifically on the candidate’s teaching experience and abilities); and Unofficial copy of graduate school transcripts. Applicants should submit materials via this web page (https://hollins.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6JPbP8xGYg7Nq7Q). The selected candidate will be asked to submit official transcripts to the Office of the Provost, and once they accept a contingent employment offer, a criminal history background check will be conducted. For questions about the position, please contact search chair Rachel Nunez (rnunez@hollins.edu).
  • review begins: 10 Mar. 2023

Johns Hopkins University (USA:MD) - Constitutional [Open Rank][]

  • Open-rank chair in Constitutional History, with an anticipated start date on July 1, 2024 [is this correct?]
  • We encourage applications from scholars working in any field related to the constitutional history of the Americas, broadly construed. We are especially interested in applicants whose research addresses national and transnational legal movements; Latinx history; Asian American and diasporic history; indigenous history; disability history; immigration and citizenship; human rights, civil rights, and civil liberties; slavery and its legacies; constitutional ideas; popular constitutionalism; legal pluralism; and/or the history of gender and sexualities
  • Please submit a cover letter, CV, research statement, and writing sample online via Interfolio
  • Review begins: 22 Sept. 2022

Leeds Beckett University (UK:Eng) - US since 1700 and/or Atlantic World[]

  • History Lecturer (grade 7) to join a dynamic and committed team of Historians from January 2023.
  • The successful candidate will have a research specialism in any aspect of the history of North America and/or the Atlantic World from c.1700 onwards. They will ideally be a digital innovator in either teaching or research, with a track record of public engagement activity and impact potential.
  • Informal enquiries about the post may be directed by email to the History Subject Head, Dr Simon Morgan: s.j.morgan@leedsbeckett.ac.uk
  • Deadline: 1 Sept. 2022

Louisiana State University (USA:LA) - Pre-1900 [Associate/Full Professor][]

  • Charles Phelps Manship, Jr. Endowed Chair of American History.  The Department invites applications from historians with distinguished records of scholarship and teaching in pre-1900 United States History.
  • Required Qualifications:  Ph.D. in History and evidence of excellence in teaching and scholarship. A minimum of 10 years of higher education experience (for candidates applying at Professor rank); a minimum of 6 years of higher education experience ( for candidates applying at Associate Professor rank). Teaching load of two courses per semester. The appointment begins August 2023.
  • Review of applications will begin 30 Oct. 2022
  • Applicants should submit a cover letter explaining their qualification, a CV, and a list of three references.   

McGill University (CAN:QC) - Post-1865 US[]

  • Tenure Track assistant professorship in the modern United States (post-1865)
  • Specialization and focus are open but may include issues of race, class, and political culture, as well as the global and international dimensions of U.S. power and influence.
  • Teaching responsibilities will include graduate and undergraduate courses, specifically the post-Civil War America survey (HIST 221). The successful candidate will supervise graduate student work on diverse subjects. Demonstration of broad teaching capabilities is essential.
  • The successful candidate will also demonstrate strong research and publication potential as an emerging scholar. ABD candidates near completion will be considered.
  • McGill University is an English language institution within francophone Quebec; thus, knowledge of French is not essential but would be a major asset.
  • Applications should be submitted electronically to Workday- McGill’s Employment Portal: https://mcgill.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/McGill_Careers/job/Leacock-Building/Assistant-Professor---Department-of-History-and-Classical-Studies_JR0000031015
  • including a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference. Once your application materials have been submitted, you will be notified via Workday to provide the contact information for three referees. These referees will then be contacted by Workday to upload their reference letters.
  • The application deadline is 15 Nov. 2022
    • All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.
  • [28 Nov] Long Shortlist Request for Additional Materials
  • [Dec 23] Any updates on this? Have Zoom interviews been scheduled?
  • [January 5] Invitation to campus

Missouri University of Science and Technology (USA:MO) - American History and/or Government [non TT][]

  • Full-time, renewable, non-tenure track (NTT) position as Assistant Teaching Professor of History or Political Science starting Fall 2023
  • Teaching: Area of specialization is open, but applicants must have the demonstrated ability to teach at least two of the following survey courses: American History to 1877, American History since 1877, American Government. They should also be prepared to teach upper-level undergraduate electives in their field.
  • Applicants must have PhD in hand no later than August 15, 2023.
  • Interested candidates should submit the following materials electronically Cover letter, CV, Teaching portfolio that must include at least teaching evaluations and sample syllabi, Names and contact information of three references
  • Deadline: 11 Nov. 2022
  • On campus interview scheduled for Feb. 2023

New College of Florida (USA:FL) - Open Field[]

  • Up to two tenure-track assistant professorships in the history of the United States
  • Specialization is open, with a preference for candidates whose work will contribute to interdisciplinary programs at the college (for example, Africana Studies, Asian Studies, Caribbean/Latin American Studies, Environmental Studies, Gender Studies, International and Area Studies, Urban Studies)
  • Candidates should have a record of research, teaching, or service that demonstrates a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. The successful candidates will teach a two-term sequence in American history, offer additional courses and tutorials in their areas of interest, and supervise senior theses.
  • Interested candidates should apply online at http://www.ncf.edu/employment, providing a letter of application, CV, and a one to two page statement discussing their experience addressing diversity, equity, and inclusion. Additional materials (letters of reference, writing samples, and proposed course descriptions) will be requested of shortlisted candidates. Inquiries and nominations regarding the position may be directed to Search Committee Chair David Harvey at dharvey@ncf.edu.
  • For full consideration: 1 Nov. 2022
  • Received request for additional materials on November 30. Materials due December 12. Semi-finalists will interview over Zoom in early January.
  • [22 Dec] Zoom interview invite

New College of Florida (USA:FL) - Non-TT[]

NB: unclear how this position related to the call above

  • visiting assistant professorship in the history of the United States for the 2023-24 academic year.
  • Specialization is open. Ph.D. in History preferred, ABD considered.
  • Teaching: The successful candidate will teach a two-term sequence in American history, one course of which meets the state requirements for civic literacy, and offer additional courses in their areas of interest. and supervise senior theses
  • Interested candidates should apply online at http://www.ncf.edu/employment, providing a letter of application, CV, and three sample course descriptions (not full syllabi)...Inquiries and nominations regarding the position may be directed to Search Committee Chair David Harvey at dharvey@ncf.edu.
  • Review begins: 22 May 2023

New Mexico State University (USA:NM) - Modern and Public History[]

  • Assistant Professor who can assist in achieving the department's mission of teaching, research and service.
  • The ideal candidate will teach Modern U.S. History and Public History at the undergraduate and graduate levels with expertise in at least two of the following areas: Historic Preservation, Museum Studies, U.S.-Mexico Borderlands, Digital History, New Mexico History, and Local History.
  • Ph.D. in History by August 2023
  • When applying, you must upload your letter of interest; curriculum vitae; unofficial transcripts and contact information (including phone number) for three references. Reference checks will be made by phone or you may upload your reference letters.
  • Closing date: 15 Nov. 2022
  • https://jobs.nmsu.edu/postings/47590

Northern Arizona University (USA:AZ) - pref. gender/environment[]

  • full-time, 1-year (sabbatical replacement) Visiting Lecturer or Visiting Assistant Teaching Professor in U.S. History with a preference with candidates who can teach U.S. Women/Gender History and/or U.S. Environmental History, to begin 21 Aug. 2023
  • Teaching Load: 4/4 The successful candidate will offer U.S. history courses at both introductory and advanced levels, including U.S. history surveys
  • To apply for this position, please go to Northern Arizona University and search Employment, vacancy 607035. (https://in.nau.edu/human-resources/current-job-openings/). Application must include the following attachments: a cover letter describing your research, teaching interests and commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice. a curriculum vita with the names and contact information of three references a Teaching portfolio (teaching philosophy, sample syllabi, evidence of teaching effectiveness)
  • Deadline: not stated in ad, ad expires 3 Apr. 2023

Penn State University - Richards Civil War Era Center (USA:PA) - U.S. Long Nineteenth Century/Civil War Era[]

  • Assistant Research Professor / Associate Director (full-time, non-tenure track, renewable contract)
  • The Department of History, in conjunction with the George and Ann Richards Civil War Era Center, seeks applicants for an Assistant or Associate Research Professor with an appointment as Associate Director of the Center. This is a non-tenure-track, limited-term, and full-time position in History. The initial term will be for three years with excellent possibility for renewal. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2023.
  • Qualified applicants will have a Ph.D. in history with a focus on the long Civil War Era (roughly 1830s-1890s). Candidates whose research aligns with the Richards Center’s interests in slavery, abolition, and emancipation are especially welcome. 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.
  • The successful candidate will be expected to maintain an active research agenda and be part of the History Department community. There are no teaching obligations for this position, but opportunities to teach are possible if desired. As Associate Director, the primary responsibility will be working closely with the Director on the Center’s scholarly programming and short- and long-term goals. Other duties include supervising undergraduate internships, pursuing external funding for the Center, managing communications, and working with the Center’s team on alumni-related events.
  • Applications should include a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, and a list of three references. In the cover letter, applicants should discuss their experience in managing, creating, or supervising academic programs, as well as in pursuing external funding. We will request additional materials and letters of recommendation from candidates who advance in the search process.
  • Review of applications will begin May 10 and continue until the position has been filled.  
  • https://psu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/PSU_Academic/details/Assistant-Associate-Research-Professor-in-History-and-Associate-Director--Penn-State--Richards-Civil-War-Era-Center_REQ_0000042514-1

Point University (USA:GA) - Local/US/World/History of Philosophy[]

  • full-time instructor of history [ed. note: the job ad also lists this as an "assistant professor" position implying TT - unclear wording here] in the College of Arts & Sciences for its residential program on the West Point, GA campus.
  • Point University is a private liberal arts institution that educates our students within a Christian worldview, so they are equipped to take their faith into the marketplace and all of life while achieving their professional goals.
  • Teaching: Primary teaching responsibilities will include: HIS 250: United States History I; HIS 251: United States History II; HIS 103: US Government; HIS 104: World History I; HIS 105: World History II; HIS 225: History of Philosophy; HIS 430: Historiography with Georgia History. The Candidate will teach most of their course load in the residential setting on the West Point campus but will also be expected to teach courses in our online degree programs.
  • REQUIREMENTS: Graduate degree in history (Ph.D. preferred); Teaching experience preferred; Experience in online course development/course redesign preferred; Commitment to undergraduate education, professional growth, service, and scholarship in a distinctively Christian setting, including agreement with the University's mission and goals, values, and doctrinal statement.
  • Please complete the online application. 1. In the position section, enter HISTWPT. 2. Please include three professional references with contact information. 3. Send copies of transcripts to [[4]] (unofficial will be accepted for application purposes with official required for hiring.)
  • Deadline: not stated in ad.

Princeton University (USA:NJ) - Race and Ethnicity in North America[]

  • Tenure track Assistant Professor
  • Department of History at Princeton University invites applications from scholars who specialize in the history of race and ethnicity in North America. We especially encourage candidates who work on the history of African Americans and/or the African diaspora in the twentieth century.
  • The search will prioritize scholars who enhance existing thematic strengths in the department, including but not limited to: race and power, comparative and transnational history, gender and sexuality, environmental history, Afro-Latinx history, and racial capitalism. The candidate should be prepared to offer an undergraduate lecture course on race and ethnicity in North America, as well as upper-level undergraduate courses and graduate courses on the specialized aspects of this history.
  • Applicants should provide a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a research statement outlining the dissertation or book as well as other relevant projects, and one chapter- or article-length writing sample. At least three referees should be entered into the online system, which will automatically generate requests for their letters.
  • For candidates who do not yet have a Ph.D., the recommendation of the principal advisor must include precise information on the present status of the dissertation and the likelihood of completion by summer 2023.
  • Apply online at https://www.princeton.edu/acad-positions/position/26941.
  • Review begins: 1 Oct. 2022 and continue until the position is filled.
    • [16 Dec] Campus visits happening

Ruhr-Universität Bochum (DEU) - Transcultural North American History[]

  • Professorship (m/f/div) for “Transcultural North American History”, (W2 on the German Salary Scale) in the Institute of History, to start 1 April 2023
  • The Professorship will be expected to address in both research and teaching the history of North America and its transatlantic and transpacific relationships and phenomena in its diversity of subjects and methodology, with particular focus on modern and contemporary history. The future post holder should be able to cover transcultural entanglements both within the North American continent and beyond in research as well as in teaching from Early Modern History up to the 21st century. Special emphasis should be placed on developments and phenomena of North American politics, as well as on cultural, social and economic history including the history of migrations.
  • The successful candidate will engage in interdisciplinary and international academic work, participate actively in collaborative research projects and, above all, will demonstrate the ability to develop new perspectives and projects for larger research networks in cooperation with colleagues, implying the acquisition of the necessary third-party funding. This includes active cooperation within the research foci of the faculty, in particular “Supra fines” and “Crises and Transformation”, as well as with other professorships covering the field of American Studies within the University Alliance Ruhr (UA Ruhr). Ideally, the future post holder will interconnect with the university-wide research project “Cultures of Compromise” and with the Marie Jahoda Center for International Gender Studies, as well as being able to contribute to the continued development of the UA Ruhr Field of Competence for “Metropolitan Research”. Initiatives in establishing other networks would also be appreciated.
  • Applications should include a cover letter, information on the applicant’s academic career to date, lists of publications, classes taught and third-party funding, academic certificates. The Application form can be downloaded...these materials should be sent by email (one pdf only) to the Dean of the Faculty of History of the Ruhr-Universität Bochum, email: dekan-gw@rub.de,
  • Deadline: 20 Jan. 2023

Salve Regina University (USA:RI) - Constitutional History [Senior Hire][]

  • David and Carolyn Brodsky Chair in U.S. Constitutional Democracy and Culture.
  • The newly endowed chair was established to promote teaching and research that examines the potential for civil discourse and civic engagement to deepen public understanding of the legacies of democratic ideals articulated in the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution, their meaning and limitations, their uneven application during the nation's history, and their potential to unify Americans in the twenty-first century.
  • tenured position beginning in late August 2023, at the rank of associate or full professor with an appointment in the department appropriate to academic training.
  • An interdisciplinary approach to teaching and research as well as a profile as a public scholar are encouraged. The Brodsky Chair holder is expected to collaborate across campus to foster opportunities for students and community members to explore the roles of civil discourse and civic engagement in American democracy.
  • Duties include teaching two courses per semester, active research, and service/outreach.
  • Applicants must apply online to https://salve.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=152561#pageTop by providing a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and three professional references. Review of applications will begin on 15 Oct. 2022, with the position closing on 1 Nov. 2022.

Sam Houston State University (USA:TX) - non-tt[]

  • Visiting Assistant Professor, to begin Fall 2023. This is a one-year appointment.
  • Teaching Load: 4/4 to include an online graduate course on the Reconstruction Era; an upper-division course in the candidate’s area of expertise; and both halves of the United States history survey.
  • Ph.D. in History is required prior to appointment. ABD candidates may apply; however, the Ph.D. must be completed before the start of the appointment.
  • To apply, upload to https://shsu.peopleadmin.com/postings/34139 a letter of application, addressed to Dr. Brian Matthew Jordan, Chairperson of the Department of History; a curriculum vitae; unofficial graduate transcripts (official transcripts of all post-secondary education will be required of all finalists); a statement specifically addressing your strategy for engaging all students at SHSU; a writing sample of chapter length; two sample syllabi (one for a U.S. history survey course, and one for an online graduate course on the Reconstruction Era, both uploaded as a single file to the Teaching Portfolio link); and three letters of recommendation. If a candidate has not completed the doctorate, one letter must be from the candidate’s advisor, addressing the state of the dissertation.
  • Review begins: 17 Apr. 2023

Seton Hill University (USA:PA)[]

  • Full-time, tenure track position in US History
  • The faculty member will teach a range of topics in the discipline, primarily courses in American History. The new hire will also be expected to advise majors in History, Social Studies Education, and Pre-law, and teach liberal arts courses in History related to US Cultures, as well as Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. The ideal candidate would be willing to contribute to other programs at the University such as Gender and Women Studies, Genocide and Holocaust Studies, Legal Studies, and/or Environmental Studies.
  • Requirements for the position include: Ability to teach a range of courses in the discipline, including Introduction to US History, Historical and Political Geography, The Era of Civil War and Reconstruction, The New Nation, and The Gilded Age & Progressive Era
  • Send letter of interest, curriculum vitae, official transcripts, scholarship sample, statement of teaching philosophy, diversity statement, and three letters of reference. A review of applications will begin 7 Nov. 2022, and continue until the position is filled.

Tennessee Tech University (USA:TN) - US Social/Cultural History 1877-1920[]

  • Full-time, nine-month, tenure-track, assistant professor appointment available to teach, research, and perform service in the department of History to begin August 1, 2023.
  • Essential duties include teaching both halves of the U.S. History survey sequence; developing and teaching upper-division courses related to U.S. Social and/or Cultural History and other specialty areas as needed
  • PhD in History from an accredited institution by August 1, 2023. Must demonstrate expertise in and ability to teach American History, with a focus on social or cultural history and the period of 1877-1920
  • Applicants will be required to electronically upload a cover letter discussing teaching experience and philosophy, advising experience, research and other professional goals, and courses taught and are willing to teach; curriculum vitae; copies of all higher education transcripts (official transcripts for all degrees conferred required upon hire); and names and email addresses for three individuals who will be contacted by email to provide a reference letter. Submission of materials is the applicant's responsibility.
  • Applications without all required materials are incomplete and will not be considered. Questions should be directed to Dr. Elizabeth Propes, [[5]] or 931-372-3332.
  • Screening Date: 6 Dec. 2022
  • Any updates for this search?

Texas A&M University (USA:TX) - Non-TT[]

  • 9 month, non tenure track lectureship, renewable upon successful annual review
  • Candidates who can contribute occasional courses in legal history and/or public history are highly encouraged to apply
  • Teaching Load: 4/4 The teaching assignments involve primarily the first and second half of the U.S. History survey; The bulk of teaching will take place in a traditional, face-to-face format, although candidates will occasionally be required to offer online U.S. History surveys.
  • Applicants should submit the following materials electronically to http://apply.interfolio.com/124787: cover letter, personal statement to include teaching philosophy detailing experience and thoughts on innovation and active learning; curriculum vitae; and contact information for three references.
  • Deadline: not stated in ad, ad expires 31 May 2023

Thompson Rivers University (CAN)[]

  • full-time tenure-track Assistant Teaching Professor in American history, temporal focus open.
  • Preferred areas of teaching specialization include but are not limited to: African-American history; race and racism; migration and transnationalism; Indigenous histories; American empire and colonialism; and environmental history.
  • Teaching: The successful candidate will teach introductory and upper-level undergraduate courses in American history and will have the opportunity to develop courses related to their area of expertise.
  • A PhD in American History, or a closely related discipline should be held by the time of appointment. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and CV, including contact information for three references. We thank applicants in advance for their interest in the position; however, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
  • Review begins: 6 Feb. 2023

United States Merchant Marine Academy (US:NY) - History and National Security [Assistant or Associate Professor][]

  • Assistant or Associate Professor in History, with emphasis on National Security and Maritime Strategy.
  • In addition to being a subject matter expert on American security strategy and maritime security, ideal candidates will be prepared to teach all of the core/Gen Ed History courses currently in the U.S. Merchant marine Academy curriculum, including: History of Sea Power, Regional Studies, Modern American History, and National Security and Strategy.
  • Applicants will be assessed based on education, evidence of teaching effectiveness, quality of scholarship, experience in the field, and demonstrated service in an academic setting.
  • To qualify for the Assistant/Associate Professor of History and National Security you must: Hold a Doctorate from an accredited college or university in History, International Security Affairs, national Security Studies, or a closely related field issued no later than the date the job advertisement closes. No “ABD” candidates will be considered. Academic rank (Assistant/Associate) will be determined based upon the candidate’s academic experience.
  • Four years of experience teaching at the college or university level in the field of study: national security, national strategy, international security affairs, international history, or maritime policy and strategy. Secondary fields in military history, maritime or naval history, or the history of American foreign relations/policy would also be desired.
  • Deadline: 30 Sept. 2022

United States Naval Academy (USA:MD) - Race and Ethnicity in the United States [Assistant/Associate Professor][]

  • Tenure-track assistant or associate professor position in the history of race and ethnicity in the United States to begin as early as Fall 2023 in the History Department.
  • Candidates who focus on the twentieth-century, especially civil rights issues, and who are eager to take a leadership role in furthering our active diversity and inclusion efforts are preferred.
  • Teaching: Candidates should have a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching and to producing high-quality peer-reviewed research. They should be willing to teach service courses within the discipline, as well as courses in line with their professional research. Teaching expectation is typically 3 courses per semester with small section sizes (10-25 students) and 2-3 preps per year.
  • The United States Naval Academy (USNA) is a four-year undergraduate institution and a top-tier liberal arts college committed to academic freedom with a mission to prepare midshipmen morally, mentally, and physically for commissioning as officers in the naval services.
  • For more information on working as a civilian history professor at the Naval Academy see https://youtu.be/ppXGXMR4HZg and https://www.usna.edu/History/index.php. For information on how to apply see https://www.usna.edu/HRO/jobinfo/Tenure-track-HistoryRE-AY23.php.
  • Ph.D. in History or in an appropriate field of study with a focus on the history of race and ethnicity in the United States (anticipated completion of Ph.D. no later than June 2023 is acceptable).  For ABD applicants, please also indicate your progress toward and expected timing of completion of the doctoral degree and include your dissertation supervisor as one of your references.
  • Interested candidates should send: A letter of application that addresses their qualifications, research and teaching interests; A diversity statement that gives applicant’s experience with or commitment to diversity in service, research and/or teaching; Curriculum vitae that includes all undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate education and experiences; Three (3) letters of recommendation that address both teaching and research abilities.; The names and contact information of three (3) persons that we may contact as references. The same individuals may serve as writers of letters of recommendation and as references.
  • U.S. Citizenship Required.
  • Review begins 3 Oct. 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.
  • [9 Dec] Rejection email

University of Alaska Southeast (USA:AK) - pref. Alaska-relevant specialism[]

  • Tenure Track Assistant Professor of History, to begin Aug. 2023
  • Classes include survey-level US and world history offerings, upper-division classes, and the opportunity teach special topics courses in the faculty member’s area of interest.
  • Candidates with expertise in Alaska History, culture and history of Alaska’s Indigenous peoples, local history, and other specializations of interest to Alaska students are especially encouraged. UAS is committed to faculty diversity and advancing the education of Indigenous peoples and is located on the ancestral homeland of the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian peoples.
  • Further information and application materials are available at https://careers.alaska.edu/en-us/job/522288/tenure-track-assistant-professor-of-history and point of contact is Bill Urquhart at wlurquhartii@alaska.edu.
  • deadline: not stated in ad, ad expires 31 Mar.

University of Arkansas-Fayetteville (USA:AR) - History of the US West[]

  • Tenure-track assistant professor in the U.S. West to start in August 2023
  • Candidates in all subfields, including race, gender, sexuality, indigeneity, religion, commerce, politics, transnational, and environmental, are encouraged to apply.
  • Applicants should have strong potential for scholarship as well as undergraduate and graduate teaching. We welcome applications from historians who already hold teaching positions, recent Ph.D.s, and those who expect their Ph.D. by the time of appointment.
  • The position carries a 2/2 teaching load. The successful candidate will be expected to teach two upper-level courses, “The American Frontier” and “History of American Indians,” offer instruction in an area of specialization, and direct research in the graduate and honors undergraduate programs.
  • Completed applications received by 15 Nov. 2022 will be assured full consideration. Late applications will be reviewed as necessary to fill the position.
  • For a complete position announcement and information regarding how to apply, visit https://uasys.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UASYS/job/Assistant-Professor-of-History--the-US-West_R0024086. Candidates are asked to supply a c.v., a letter of interest, a one-page diversity, equity, and inclusion statement, and the names of three references.

University of Birmingham (UK:Eng) - Histories of Race in the US[]

  • Assistant Professorship in Histories of Race in the United States
  • We would especially welcome applicants with an existing research focus on the period post 1945, though this is not essential. We particularly invite applications from historians whose research directly links with the Department’s established strengths in social and cultural history, including histories of identities, gender and sexuality, family history, histories of communities, memory, migration and diaspora, and material culture.
  • Teaching: The successful candidate will be expected to support and enhance our teaching provision in these areas. In the first year the appointee will contribute to the following modules and programmes: The Making of the Contemporary World: Modern History c.1800 to the Present; Africa and its Diasporas; Group Research; MA in History (US History and Historiography); UG and PGT Dissertation Supervision.
  • Deadline: 18 Apr. 2023

University of Florida (USA:FL) - Southern History [Associate/Full Professor][]

  • Richard J. Milbauer Chair in Southern History, beginning August 16, 2023. The appointment will be to a full-time, nine-month, tenured position at the rank of associate professor or professor.
  • In keeping with the expectation of a Research 1 institution and the recognized preeminence of the two previous occupants of the Milbauer Chair, the successful candidate will have achieved distinction as an established or rising leader in their field. Associate professors applying, therefore, should have reached an advanced level with a second book published or near completion.
  • Although the candidate’s teaching and research should center around the American South, the search committee welcomes applicants working in any time period and defines the region broadly both geographically and topically. A candidate, for example, might specialize in the Atlantic World, African diaspora, European colonial era, pre-colonial indigenous life, or U.S. history while connecting their work to the South
  • Experience in the digital humanities, public history, public-engagement initiatives, or artificial intelligence methodologies (complementing the university’s leadership in AI) is particularly desirable for a competitive applicant.
  • An application should initially include (1) a letter of application summarizing the applicant's qualifications, interests, and suitability for the position, and (2) a complete curriculum vitae. Candidates who succeed to the next stage will be asked for (3) a statement on teaching and research goals, and (4) a list of at least three references. After initial review, letters of recommendation will be requested from the references for selected applicants.
  • A review of applications will begin 28 Nov. 2022, and will continue until the position is filled.

Unviersity of Hawai'i - Manoa - Hawai'ian[]

  • 9-month, tenure-track, full-time assistant professorship (position number 84264), to begin Fall 2023, pending availability of funds.
  • We are looking for a talented colleague with evidence of strong research capabilities, research proficiency in the Hawaiian language, and demonstrated ability in Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) history and historiography. The ideal colleague has the demonstrated ability to develop and teach innovative courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels and can work collaboratively with diverse groups of students and faculty. We are especially interested in applicants with expertise in critical, theoretical, and methodological approaches ranging from comparative and cultural perspectives to Indigenous epistemologies.
  • To Apply: Click on the “Apply” button on the top right corner of the screen to complete an application and attach the following required documents: Cover letter describing experience and qualifications; CV; Academic transcripts showing highest degree received (copies are acceptable but official transcripts required at the time of hire); List of professional references from whom letters of recommendation will be requested by the applicant. Three confidential letters of recommendation should be emailed directly by the letter writers to hisearch@hawaii.edu. Please let your references know to submit the letters directly; invitations / links will not be sent. Additional materials (e.g. teaching samples, published work) may be requested at a later date.
  • Deadline: not stated in ad, ad expires 30 Dec.

University of Missouri - Columbia (USA:MS) - [Non-TT:VAP][]

  • one-year Visiting Assistant Professor in Public History (with the opportunity for a one-year renewal) with an emphasis in U.S. History.
  • Teaching: The successful candidate will be expected to teach each academic year an upper-division course in the field of Public History, two sections of our U.S. history survey course (either pre-Civil War or post-Civil War), as well as three additional courses. Ideally, at least one of these additional courses would be a specialized public history course, possibly engaging in contemporary questions of commemoration, memorialization, or historical memory and changing notions of identity and belonging.
  • Minimum qualifications include a Ph.D. in History by time of appointment. Candidates will be evaluated on their teaching experience and research.
  • Please apply on-line at: http://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/academic. When applying reference Job Opening ID 44387. Your application should consist of a cover letter describing your teaching and research interests, a copy of your current C.V., the name of three references, and a brief description of the four courses that you would teach while at MU.
  • Review begins: 15 Feb. 2023

University of Oregon (US: OR) - Visiting Assistant Professor in African American History[]

  • one-year visiting assistant professor position in African American history, to begin Sept. 16, 2023 (AY 2023-24).
  • We are especially interested in candidates whose teaching, research, and mentorship would complement and support the Black Studies minor.
  • The teaching responsibility is five courses (2-2-1 on the quarter system, the same teaching load as our tenured faculty).
  • To Apply: Click “Apply Now” at the link: https://careers.uoregon.edu/en-us/job/530771/visiting-assistant-professor. Candidates should submit a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, and the names and email addresses of 3 professional references
  • The salary is $61,100, plus a generous benefits package.
  • Deadline: January 15, 2023.
    • 8 Mar informal offer accepted

University of Oslo (Norway) - Associate Professor in North American modern history since 1850[]

  • Associate Professor in North American modern history since 1850
  • The successful candidate is expected to initiate and lead research, supervise on all levels (BA, MA and PhD), participate in teaching and in exam setting and assessment at all levels, and to carry out administrative duties in accordance with the needs of the department 
  • The holder of the position is expected to be ready to teach on a broad range of topics, also outside the field specified in the announcement, in accordance with the needs of the department
  • Qualification requirements: PhD or equivalent academic qualifications with a specialization in North American modern history since 1850;     documented pedagogical skills (either a teaching course certificate or based on teaching experience); documented potential for project acquisition; fluent oral and written communication skills in English; personal suitability and motivation for the position
  • The department offers: Salary NOK 615 000 - 714 000 per annum depending on qualifications; a professionally stimulating working environment. Membership in the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund; attractive welfare benefits; the opportunity to apply for promotion to full professorship at a later stage
  • Deadline: October 23, 2022
  • The search committee will conduct initial interviews via Zoom.

University of South Florida - St Petersburg (USA:FL) - Non-TT[]

  • Visiting Instructor of History with expertise in modern US History, to start in August 2023. This appointment may be renewable for up to three years pending budget approval.
  • Teaching Load: 4-4 and will include the modern US History survey (US History since 1877), a thematic course on “War & Society,” and upper-level courses that reflect the instructor’s expertise and interests.
  • The successful candidate must have a Ph.D. in hand or expected by the time of appointment.
  • Visit this site to apply: https://gems.usf.edu:4440/psp/gemspro-tam/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=33352&PostingSeq=1. When applying to an opening you will have the opportunity to upload the above mentioned documents of letter of application, CV, and a statement of teaching experience, interests, and philosophy. Apply online by completing the required information and attaching the required documents. Please include your experience as it relates to the qualifications stated above. YOUR COVER LETTER AND CV, PLUS ANY OTHER REQUESTED MATERIAL, MUST BE IN ONE ATTACHMENT. Only online applications are accepted for this position.
  • Deadline: not stated in ad. Ad expires 11 May 2023.

University of Tulsa (USA:OK) - non-TT[]

  • visiting assistant professor in U.S. history, 1900 to the present, with research specialties in race and public history.
  • Teaching: surveys of U.S. history as part of the University's core curriculum as well as upper-level undergraduate courses in their area of expertise.
  • While not required, preference will be given to candidates with demonstrated experience or interest in comparative and transnational teaching and in one or more of the following interdisciplinary programs: African American Studies, Environmental Policy, Museum Science Management, and Women’s and Gender Studies.
  • Applicants must submit the following materials at https://universitytulsa.peopleadmin.com/postings/7146: a letter of application summarizing research and teaching accomplishments and a curriculum vitae with contact information for three references. Inquiries should be sent to the search committee chair, Kristen Oertel (Kristen-oertel@utulsa.edu).
  • Review begins: 1 Feb. 2023

University of Washington, Tacoma (USA:WA) - Labor[]

  • 9-month Tenure track position in U.S. Labor History, with an emphasis on working-class, and social justice movements in the nineteenth, twentieth, and/or twenty-first centuries, to begin Sept. 2023
  • The successful candidate will engage in research and teaching focused on labor and labor related issues as they pertain to social and/or civil rights movements, transnational migration and/or diaspora studies, or related topics of the candidate’s choosing. Positive factors for consideration include, but are not limited to, a record of teaching and research that emphasizes race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, social class and/or intersectionality, and the ability to teach methods courses in History and Ethnic, Gender, and Labor Studies.
  • Teaching: six classes per year on a nine-month (three quarters) schedule, combining lower-level introductory courses with upper-level courses in their areas of specialty
  • To apply, please submit the following via the Interfolio system: A detailed letter of interest delineating your interests, qualifications, and relevant teaching experience (two-page maximum). A curriculum vitae. Names and contact information for three professional references, with letters available upon request. A Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) statement (2 pages or less).
  • The DEI statement is an opportunity for you to highlight your leadership and other prior experiences with diversity, equity, and inclusion in educational settings, as well as to describe specific ways you would help advance our commitments to DEI and anti-racism. Candidates who make it to the interview stage will be asked to provide a research sample as well as two sample syllabi. Applicants’ statements should detail how their teaching, service, and/or scholarship has supported the success of students from racial, ethnic, and gender backgrounds that are underrepresented in their academic field; applicants who have not yet had the opportunity for such experience should note how their work will further UW Tacoma’s commitment to equity and inclusion.
  • Review begins: 22 Mar. 2023
    • [10 April 2023] any updates?

University of Winnipeg (CAN) - Indigenous[]

  • tenure-track position in Indigenous History at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning July 1, 2023, subject to budgetary approval.
  • The successful candidate will have, or be close to completing, a PhD in Indigenous History or a directly related field, such as Indigenous Studies, with a specialization in Indigenous Peoples whose homelands are located in part or wholly within the modern boundaries of Canada and the continental USA. This can include those with a transborder specialization encompassing the present-day US-Mexico borderlands. This position is open to all with a preference given to Indigenous Persons and members of Racialized Communities.
  • Applications must be submitted online via The University of Winnipeg’s online recruitment system. For details on how to submit your application, please visit our Human Resources Website and, under the Employment category, choose the Faculty Employment position vacancies option: https://www.uwinnipeg.ca/hr/employment.html Candidates will need to submit PDFs of the following: A cover letter, including brief descriptions of teaching and research interests (2-3 pages). In the cover letter the applicant is strongly encouraged to provide a description of their relationship to the study of Indigenous History which might include (but is not limited to) family lines and relationality, community relationships, connections to place, Indigenous Identity, or organizational affiliations; curriculum vitae; a sample publication or writing sample (maximum 30 pages); the contact information for three reference letter writers; Short-listed candidates will be asked to provide three letters of reference.
  • Review begins: 1 Mar 2023

University of Wisconsin - Whitewater (USA:WI) - US Race and Ethnic History[]

  • Assistant Professor of in the History of US Race and Ethnicity, with a preference for specialists in either African-American or Latinx History. The position begins August 2023
  • Teaching Load: 4/4 The successful candidate will be able to teach a freshmen-level world history course and freshmen-level US history surveys as part of their regular rotation, in addition to upper-level courses in their area of expertise. Full-Time teaching responsibilities include CORE 120: Historical Perspectives, HISTRY 124 or 125 (US History survey), and additional courses in their area of expertise. Research expectations include an active research agenda resulting in publication
  • Ph.D. in History or a related field is required. ABD candidates may apply but must have their degree completed by the contract start date in August 2023; if not, they will be hired on a one-year contract with the understanding that their degree will be completed before January 2024 in advance of their first scheduled review
  • Complete applications will include online submission of the following materials: Cover letter/letter of interest, Statement of teaching philosophy, Curriculum Vita, Names and contact information for three professional references (letters of recommendation will be solicited at a later time), Copies of unofficial graduate transcripts (Official transcripts will be required if offered the position), Diversity, Equity and Inclusion statement, Writing sample (chapter or article-length manuscript)
  • For full consideration: 11 Nov. 2022
  • 30 min Zoom interview Dec 2022

University of York (UK:Eng)[]

  • Lecturer (~asst/assoc prof) in the history of the United States of America, ideally focussing on the 19th Century, to begin 1 Sept. 2023
  • Applicants whose research focuses on African American history, indigenous history, Latinx history, or Asian American history may be preferred.
  • Teaching: The successful candidate will demonstrate enthusiasm for, and experience of, designing and delivering modules informed by their research interests. The Department, in preparation for semesterisation in September 2023, is currently revising all our portfolios. Applicants should seek to demonstrate how their interests and experience would contribute to one or more of our Stage One World History modules, our existing range of Stage Three Special Subjects (undergraduate) and our Taught Postgraduate programmes and options (postgraduate).
  • Deadline: 12 Jan. 2023

Utah State University, Uintah Basin Campus (USA:UT) - Environmental, Native, American West[]

  • 9-month tenure track Assistant Professor in the History of the United States, with specialization in at least one of the following subfields (in no particular order): environmental history, Native American history, or history of the American West, to begin Aug. 2023
  • The successful candidate can choose to work from either the Roosevelt or Vernal location.
  • TEaching: 6 courses/year. Teaching is the primary focus of this position...These will include one or more of the History Department's American history survey courses (HIST 1700, HIST 2700, and/or HIST 2710) as well as courses in the Department's upper division curriculum.
  • Given USU's statewide mission, courses will be taught primarily in a distance format, including asynchronous online courses and synchronous hybrid courses with face-to-face and remote broadcast students.
  • Along with the online application, please attach: CV (to be uploaded to the applicant profile); The names and email addresses of three references (your references will be automatically sent a system email from USU asking them to upload a letter of recommendation if your candidacy advances to the next level); A syllabus for one US History course, either the United States to 1877 or the United States from 1877 (to be uploaded at the beginning of your application in the Candidate Profile under "Documents 1-10"); A cover letter that highlights your effectiveness as a teacher and discusses your research goals (to be copied and pasted into a fillable field within the application). NOTE: The committee may request copies of course evaluations or other teaching materials if your candidacy advances to the interview stage.
  • Please direct questions to Dr. Tammy Proctor, Search Committee Chair, at [[6]] (do not send application materials to this email address. Please use the 'Apply for this job online' link).
  • Review begins: 1 Oct. 2020

Virginia Military Institute (USA:VA) - Race/Racism/Civil Rights[]

  • VMI seeks a beginning assistant professor in United States history.
  • Candidates with training in any temporal period are welcome; those with a specialty in the history of race, racism, and/or civil rights are particularly encouraged.
  • Teaching: 3/3 The position includes responsibility for teaching two sections of HI 300: American Constitutional History a semester, in addition to upper-division courses in the candidate’s area of specialty. HI-300 is currently being developed into a core curriculum course required of all cadets; candidates should be prepared to demonstrate their interest in and ability to teach that offering...with sections limited to a maximum of 22 students.
  • Minimum requirements include an earned Ph.D. in history by May 2023. If the doctorate is not presently in hand, applicants should specifically address when the defense will be held and the dissertation completed. Teaching experience is very desirable. We expect our faculty members to continue demonstrating active research interests in their topical specialty. Initial interviews will be conducted via Zoom, with on-campus visits to follow.
  • VMI is a public, four–year, undergraduate military college of approximately 1,700 students, about half of whom accept commissions as officers in the armed forces upon graduation. Teaching excellence in a liberal arts setting is our first priority.  Faculty members wear uniforms and adhere to military customs, but military experience among the faculty is neither required nor expected.
  • Applicants must complete an online state application and submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and an unofficial transcript of all graduate course work on-line at: https://virginiajobs.peopleadmin.com/postings/311147
  • In addition to the materials submitted online through this website, applicants should have three letters of recommendation (including comments on teaching) submitted via InterFolio Dossier or via email to shaferdp@vmi.edu.  Samples of scholarship not available in JSTOR may be sent as scanned documents via email to shaferdp@vmi.edu
  • Deadline: 28 Oct. 2022.
    • [22 Nov.] On-campus invite.

Wake Forest University (USA:NC) - Non-TT[]

  • one year visiting assistant professor of American history for appointment beginning July 1, 2023.
  • The job carries a 3-3 teaching load. In the fall semester, the VAP will teach three sections of HST 108, “Americas and the World,” a course that offers a history of the Western hemisphere since 1500 with a transnational and thematic approach and which meets the college’s general education requirements. In spring 2024 they will teach two sections of HST 108 and one course for history majors based on their specialty in American history.
  • Candidates should have teaching experience and Ph.D. in hand by August 2023; advanced ABD students will be considered as well
  • A complete application will include a curriculum vitae, a letter of application that includes general teaching philosophy as well as a description of how the candidate would approach the courses required for the position, a copy of graduate transcript(s), and a list of three references.
  • References will be contacted only for short-listed candidates, with their prior approval. Interested applicants should apply via the University’s career website at: http://www.wfu.careers/. Inquiries about the application process and document submission may be addressed to wakejobs@wfu.edu. Inquiries about the position should be directed to the search chair, Dr. Ben Coates coatesba@wfu.edu.
  • Review begins: 21 Apr. 2023 and continues until position filled.

Washington and Jefferson College (USA:PA) - Since 1877 [Assistant or Associate Professor][]

  • Tenure-track Associate or Assistant professorship with a specialization in U.S. history from 1877, to begin in the Fall of 2023
  • We are particularly interested in applicants who have a subspecialty in Latin American Studies. We also welcome applications from candidates whose teaching and research use innovative methodological approaches and who have interests in digital or public history.
  • The teaching load is three courses each semester and will include survey courses in post-1877 U.S. history and upper-level seminars. Faculty will also teach, on a rotating basis, either the Department's new methodology course, "Thinking Historically," or our new Senior Seminar. As well, members of the department regularly contribute courses to the First Year Seminar Program and to a range of interdisciplinary programs including American Studies, African-American Studies, and Gender & Women's Studies.
  • A Ph.D. in History or a closely related field is required prior to beginning employment. An initial application consists of a cover letter, a curriculum vitae and a teaching statement. Letters of recommendation, a writing sample and a research statement may be asked for as candidates move on in the process. Applications should be submitted to https://washjeff.applicantpro.com/jobs/ by 15 Nov. 2022
  • [16 Dec] Any updates?
  • [19 Dec] Nothing here
  • [2 Jan ] contacted for interview
  • [30 Jan] anyone hear anything?

Wayne State University (USA:MI) - Labor history[]

  • Full-time tenure-track assistant professorship in labor and working-class history in the United States, to begin August 2023.
  • This hire is part of a larger scale university reinvestment in labor studies. Topical specialization is open with a preference for scholars engaged in exploring labor’s intersection of race, gender, and/or immigration/ethnicity in the mid-to-late twentieth century. The department seeks candidates with an independent research agenda and a willingness to work in collaboration with labor studies scholars. Demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching and scholarship is essential; duties include undergraduate and graduate teaching, research, and service.
  • Candidates must have PhD in hand by August 2023.
  • To apply, go to https://waynetalent.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/2/home/requisition/572?c=waynetalent.
  • An online application is required. Applications must include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a list of three references (names, titles, contact information), a research statement that outlines your current and future research agenda, and a teaching statement including a list of courses taught.
  • Review begins 3 Jan. 2023
    • More materials and rec letters requested 14 Jan 2023
    • First round interviews 14 February 2023

Weber State University (USA:UT) - 1830 to present[]

  • Assistant Professor of U.S. History for the period 1830 to the present — excluding Gilded Age and the Progressive Era, to begin Jul. 2023
  • PhD in History is required prior to appointment. ABD candidates may apply, however, the PhD must be in hand by July 1, 2023.
  • Teaching Load: 4/4 The successful candidate will be required to teach the U.S. History survey and at least one of the following introductory level U.S. History courses: The Black Experience, The Latinx Experience, or The LGBTQ Experience or develop a new introductory course in their area of specialization. Candidates will also be required to teach upper division courses in their area of specialization.
  • To apply, please complete the online application and attach a letter of application, current CV, course syllabi (one upper division and one lower division), and the names and contact information for three professional references (If a candidate has not completed the doctorate, one reference must be the candidate’s advisor).
  • review begins: 31 Oct. 2022 and position is open until filled.
    • [17 Nov.] Zoom interview requested
    • [19 Dec. ] On-campus interviews scheduled
    • [21 Feb.] Search failed/canceled

Weber State University (USA:UT) - American West, Utah[]

  • tenure-track Historian of the American West at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning January 2024 (or July 2024).
  • The desired candidate will be required to teach Utah history. Preference given to candidates who also specialize in historically marginalized communities in U.S. History.
  • Teaching Load: 4/4
  • To apply, please complete the online application and attach a letter of application, current CV, Utah History syllabus, and the names and contact information for three professional references (if a candidate has not completed the doctorate, one reference must be the candidate’s advisor).
  • Deadline: 30 Sept. 2023

Western Michigan University (USA:MI) - US Public History[]

  • Full-time tenure track Assistant/Associate Professor in the field of U.S. Public History, to start August 2023.
  • The successful candidate will maintain a record of professional excellence in research and public history activities, teach graduate and undergraduate courses in public history
  • We also seek applicants who can teach both undergraduate and graduate courses in U.S. history addressing race, ethnicity, gender, or immigration as well as survey courses in U.S. history.
  • The successful candidate will contribute to teaching U.S. survey courses and classes that expand the department’s offerings in the areas of race, ethnicity, gender, or immigration.
  • Review of applications will begin on 7 Dec. 2022 and continue until the post is filled.
  • Required application documents: The following application materials must be submitted at https://www.wmich.edu/hr/jobs:; Curriculum vita; Letter of application addressing required and preferred qualifications; List of references
  • The following application materials must be submitted at hist-search@wmich.edu: A statement that addresses the candidate’s commitment to or experiences with diversity, equity, and inclusion through scholarship or public history activities; Copies of research publications or digital access to a portfolio containing the same; A minimum of two items associated with the applicant’s different public history teaching fields, with at least one item in each field (e.g., sample syllabi, assignments, lectures); Three letters of recommendation, sent by the recommenders or a dossier service; Unofficial or official copy of graduate transcript

Westminster College (USA:PA) - US and Public History[]

  • Tenure-track position in early U.S. History and Public History at the Assistant Professor rank, to begin August 2023.
  • The department especially welcomes applications from candidates with teaching and research experience in Native American history.
  • The teaching load for this appointment will be three courses per semester (in person) and will include, in addition to courses supporting the history major, courses in the core curriculum and first-year program.  
  • Applications will be accepted until 31 Oct. 2022. Email a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement on teaching, an article-length writing sample, and the names and contact information of at least three professional references (to be contacted after shortlisting) to Dr. Russell E. Martin at historysearch@westminster.edu.
    • [16 Nov] Zoom interview invitation
    • [21 Dec] Post-interview update that they are contacting references and preparing to shortlist
    • [16 Jan] Any updates?
    • campus interview invitation

Yale University (USA:CT) - US West [Open Rank][]

  • assistant or associate or full professor in the history of the U.S. West, including Hawaii and the Pacific, to begin on July 1, 2023.
  • Candidates in all subfields are encouraged to apply. Scholars who work on topics related to race, gender, sexuality, indigeneity, empire and borderlands, religion, commerce, politics, intellectual history, and the environment are encouraged to apply
  • Applicants should submit an application via http://apply.interfolio.com/107956. They should submit a cover letter, CV, research and teaching interests statements, and a chapter-length writing sample. Please also submit contact information for three individuals who have agreed to provide letters of recommendation, which may be solicited at a later stage...For questions regarding this position, please email Dana Lee at dana.lee@yale.edu.
  • Review begins: 23 Sept. 2022 and continues until position filled.
    • [4 Oct] Letters of recommendation requested
    • [13 Feb] Any updates?

African American[]

Auburn University (USA:AL) - Open Field [Assistant/Associate Professor][]

  • Tenure-track appointment in African- American History at either the assistant or associate professor rank.
  • Period and specialization within African-American history are open.
  • The faculty member will teach in the World History core curriculum, graduate course in modern U.S. history, and undergraduate and graduate courses in the area of specialty, including in the Africana studies minor. A Ph.D. in History, American Studies, or Africana Studies is required at the time employment begins.
  • To apply for this position, please visit https://www.auemployment.com/postings/32053.
  • Review of application will begin on 15 Oct. 2022, and continue until the position is filled.
  • Applicants will be required to submit a letter of interest, vita, and contact information for three letters of recommendation. Graduate transcripts, a short writing sample (such as an article or chapter), and evidence of teaching effectiveness (including student and peer evaluations, if available) may be requested in the later stages of the search.
  • Inquires should be directed to Keith Hebert, Search Committee Chair, at [[7]].

Boston University (USA:MA) - Pre-1900 [Senior hire][]

  • Associate/Full Professor in the history of the African American experience prior to 1900, beginning Fall 2023. The position will be a joint appointment with the Department of History and the African American Studies Program.
  • We seek candidates with expertise in any aspect of the pre-1900 African American experience, including Afro-Indigenous History.  
  • Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate core courses and in fields of specialization.
  • Applicants should submit a cover letter detailing teaching and research interests, a C.V., and the names of three recommenders to https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/22371. We encourage candidates to address in these materials their past and future contributions to diversity and inclusion in their teaching, research, and other professional activities. Further documentation may be requested of short-listed applicants.
  • Deadline: 15 Oct. 2022
    • Preliminary virtual interviews will be conducted in November, 2022.

Central Connecticut State University (USA:CT) - Public History/African American history[]

  • Full-time tenure-track assistant professor in Public History beginning in Fall 2023
  • Among the courses the successful candidate will teach are graduate and undergraduate courses in public history, museum studies, and/or American material culture as well as history courses in African American history
  • The successful candidate will also supervise graduate internships, advise capstone projects, and mentor students interested in public history careers.
  • The position supports an established public history program that awards a Master of Arts in Public History as well as an undergraduate minor.
  • Submit the following documents: Letter of interest addressing qualifications for the position; Current curriculum vitae; Names of three professional references including their address, email address, and telephone numbers. Once all required materials have been submitted, the chair of the search committee will contact you to solicit the three letters of reference.
  • For full consideration, applications must be received by 1 Dec. 2022
    • [16 Dec]: Invited to Zoom Interview

Clemson University (USA:SC) - African American or African Diaspora[]

  • Tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor rank in African American or African Diasporic History to begin August 15, 2023.
  • Applicants should have a strong record of scholarship or demonstrate promise of scholarship and be prepared to teach courses in African American History and relevant Global Black Studies courses. Global Black Studies is a growing program at Clemson that evolved from student demands for a course of study focused on peoples of the African diaspora.
  • Ph.D. must be in hand by August 1, 2023.
  • Applicants should make electronic submission of a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement on contributions to diversity, equity, and inclusion, three letters of recommendation, and a writing sample of peer-reviewed work or a dissertation chapter to Interfolio (http://apply.interfolio.com/112664). The committee will conduct interviews via Zoom.
  • For full consideration: 15 Oct. 2022
  • [Oct 29] - Zoom invites sent (x2)
  • [Nov 18] - campus visit invitation

Loyola University - Maryland (USA:MD) - 19th/20th century[]

  • Tenure-track assistant professorship in African American history, with a particular focus on the nineteenth and/or twentieth centuries, to begin Aug. 2023
  • Teaching: 3/3 (ordinarily two preparations), including HS 100 Encountering the Past.
  • Ph.D. in hand and teaching experience preferred. Applicants must submit online a cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching evaluations if available, and three letters of recommendation at https://careers.loyola.edu.
  • Review of applications will begin on 1 Nov. 2022.
  • Additional materials, including a teaching philosophy, writing sample, and mission essay that expresses how applicants will contribute to Loyola's mission and vision, will be requested at a later stage. For more information please visit: https://www.loyola.edu/about/mission
    • [30 Nov: Invited for Zoom Interview] X2

Mississippi University for Women (USA:MS)[]

  • Tenure-track Assistant Professor appointment in African American history, beginning August 2023.
  • The search is open with regard to research focus, but we especially welcome applications from scholars who have experience teaching undergraduates and supporting undergraduate research.
  • teaching Load: 4/4 mix of introductory survey classes and specialized upper-level undergraduate courses, periodically including a sophomore methods course and senior research course taught on rotation by the history faculty. Upper-level courses will be related to the needs of the program and the selected candidate’s field of expertise and preferences. Experience in online teaching is beneficial, as is experience fostering active learning
  • For questions about this position, please contact Kristi DiClemente, Chair of The Department of History, Political Science, and Geography at kdiclemente@muw.edu
  • (Ed. note: Many job details, including required documents and closing date, are gated behind account-protected application site - if someone applying for this job makes an account and wants to fill in the remaining information here, it'd be appreciated.)
  • Deadline: not stated in ad, ad expires 9 May 2023 [see ed note above]

Missouri State University (USA:MS) - Non-Tt[]

  • instructor to teach US History Surveys and Introduction to African American Studies. Start date is August 14, 2023.
  • The successful candidate may have the opportunity to teach upper-level courses in their specialty depending on department needs.
  • To apply, send vita, cover letter, three letters of recommendation and a sample syllabus for U.S. History survey online to https://jobs.missouristate.edu/postings/66982.
  • For full consideration: 13 Mar. 2023

Mount Holyoke College (USA:MA) - 20th Century[]

  • Tenure-track Assistant Professor position in twentieth-century African American history.
  • Possible areas of specialization include the Black Power Movement and Civil Rights Movement, perhaps with special attention to topics such as gender and sexuality, the carceral state, black economies, the Great Migration, and black internationalism.
  • The successful candidate will teach an introduction to African American history, the second half of a two-semester introduction to American history, and courses within their expertise, including at least one research colloquium or seminar. The teaching expectation is 4 courses per academic year. Applicants should have teaching experience, and a Ph.D. in hand before August 2023.
  • This position is part of an initiative to hire three faculty members in Africana Studies at Mount Holyoke College.
  • Review of applications to begin 24 Oct. 2022.
  • Please submit a letter of application, C.V., graduate transcripts, two sample syllabuses (an introduction to African American history and a course in your field of specialization), a short writing sample, and statements covering (1) research interests, (2) teaching philosophy, (3) the mentoring of a diverse student body.
  • Reference letters will be requested at a later date in the search process.
  • For more information and apply, please visit: https://careers.mtholyoke.edu/en-us/job/493161/assistant-professor-of-history
  • [8 Dec]: Any updates on this one?

North Carolina Agricultural and State Technical College (USA:NC) - 20thC AFrican American women’s History[]

  • Associate/Full Professor in the field of history, specializing in 20th Century African American Women’s History, to begin Aug. 2023
  • Applicant should have a minimum of five years of demonstrated excellence in teaching and research activities with demonstrated leadership skills. The department is looking for a service-oriented individual with excellent people skills and the ability to motivate faculty, staff and students toward shared goals. Assistant professors who are already on tenure tracks are also encouraged to apply.
  • Teaching: The primary responsibilities include teaching undergraduate level courses, conducting research, student advising, student mentoring, recruitment, curriculum development, conducting scholarly activities and all other activities required for tenure. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to, engaging in accreditation procedures, program assessment and service to the department, College and University as needed.
  • You must complete and submit an electronic application to https://jobs.ncat.edu/postings/25948 for employment to be considered.
  • Deadline: 4 Dec. 2022

Newberry College (USA:SC)[]

  • Assistant Professor of History, African-American and Modern/Contemporary American History, with experience in African-American Studies, to begin Aug. 2023
  • Teaching Load: 4/4 including two sections of HIS 120 (a one-semester American thematic survey) each semester.
  • The successful candidate must demonstrate a strong aptitude for teaching. A doctorate in History from an accredited university with fields in American history and African-American history is required, although exceptional candidates with those fields who are A.B.D. will be considered. The ideal candidate will also have graduate coursework in and experience teaching in African-American Studies as well as African-American History, contributing to the new African-American Studies program at Newberry College by teaching courses such as Introduction to African-American Studies, Critical Race Theory, and Special Topics in African-American Studies.
  • Application packets should include: C.V., Letter of interest, Three letters of recommendation, and Contact information for three professional references. Submit application packet electronically as a single file (PDF preferred) to human.resources@newberry.edu with the subject line “Faculty, Department of Humanities, History” by May 30, 2023 for full consideration. Letters of Recommendation may be submitted as a separate file.
  • Review begins: 1 Jun. 2023 (ad posted 25 May)

North Carolina State University (USA:NC) - with public history[]

  • tenure-track faculty appointment in 20th century African American history with an emphasis on public history at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning August 2023.
  • Teaching Load: 2/2 Candidates will be expected to teach survey courses in modern US history and upper-level and graduate courses in African American history and public history, as well as participate actively in the History Department’s graduate program
  • Applicant must have a Ph.D. in history, public history, African American Studies or related field in hand by July 1, 2023
  • NC State University now requires all applications to be initiated electronically. To apply, visit jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/172295 and click “Apply to this Job.” Applications should include a cover letter and CV. Additional materials, including a teaching portfolio, three reference letters, a statement of teaching philosophy, and writing samples, will be requested as candidates move through stages of the evaluation process
  • Review begins: 1 Nov. 2022 and continues until position filled.
  • [Nov. 28] Request for additional material (syllabi and writing sample)

Ohio State University (USA:OH) - To 1820[]

  • Tenure-track Assistant Professorship in African American History before 1820. We are open to a broad range of research specializations that center the Black experience.
  • The successful candidate will teach existing courses in Early African American history and slavery and will have the opportunity to develop new courses for graduates and undergraduates on the slave trade, the Black Atlantic, and/or other topics of their choosing.
  • The appointment will begin on August 15, 2023. The candidate must possess a Ph.D. by the time of appointment, but ABDs are encouraged to apply.
  • Apply to Academic Jobs Online at: https://osujoblinks.com/1vec
  • A complete application consists of a cover letter, curriculum vitae, research, teaching and diversity statements, and the names and contact information for three scholars prepared to submit a letter of reference when contacted by the committee should your candidacy move forward. The research statement should outline current and future research projects. The diversity statement should articulate your demonstrated commitments and capacities to contribute to diversity, equity, and inclusion through research, teaching, mentoring, and/or outreach and engagement.
  • Review of applications will begin on 1 Nov. 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. Inquiries may be directed to Professor Margaret Ellen Newell at newell.20@osu.edu.

Penn State University (USA:PA) - Slavery/Abolition [Open Rank][]

  • Tenured or tenure-track Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor of African American History with a specialization in slavery and/or abolition.
  • Scholars working on transnational or comparative projects are encouraged to apply, though research and teaching interests should be rooted in the United States. Candidates must have Ph.D. in hand at the time of appointment for all ranks.  
  • Candidates for Assistant Professor of African American History must have demonstrated ability as a researcher, scholar and teacher in a relevant field and have evidence of growth in scholarly achievement. Duties will involve a combination of teaching, research, and service, based on the candidate's qualifications.
  • Candidates for Associate Professor of African American History must have demonstrated excellence as a researcher, scholar and teacher in a relevant field and have an established reputation in scholarly achievement. Duties will involve a combination of teaching, research, and service, based on the candidate's qualifications.
  • Candidates for Professor of African American History must have demonstrated excellence as a researcher, scholar and teacher in a relevant field, and evidence of a substantial record of advanced research as well as leadership in their field of specialization. Duties will involve a combination of teaching, research, and service, based on the candidate's qualifications.
  • Candidates for all ranks are expected to demonstrate an interest in engaging with the Richards Civil War Era Center and other related intellectual life on campus.  
  • To apply, please upload a letter of application, CV, an article- or chapter-length writing sample, and contact information for three references at Penn State's Job Posting Board. Inquiries may be directed to the search chair, Professor Christina Snyder, at [[8]].
  • Review of applications will begin on 1 Nov. 2022, and continue until the position is filled.

San Bernardino Community College (USA:CA)[]

  • Full-time, tenure track position teaching in the History department.
  • DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: A minimum of two (2) full years teaching experience the community college level; Strong academic preparation in history with an emphasis in African American history as evidenced by undergraduate and graduate level coursework or experience teaching a variety of history lecture classes.; Experience in the development of new curriculum; Demonstrated ability to work effectively with students, faculty, staff, college administration, intercollegiate athletic coaches and various on campus and off-campus constituencies; Effective organization and communication skills, both orally and written
  • Master's degree from an accredited institution of higher education in History OR Bachelor's in History AND Master's in political science, humanities, geography, area studies, women's studies, social science, or ethnic studies OR the equivalent required.
  • Closing date: 7 Nov. 2022

Scripps College (USA:CA) - early US 1776-1877 [non-TT:VAP][]

  • one-year visiting assistant professor position in early U.S. History (1776 to 1877) with a specialty in African American history for 2022-2023, with possibility of renewal for the subsequent academic year
  • Teaching Load ~3/2 The position requires teaching two history courses in Fall 2022 (African Diaspora in the U.S. to 1877 and U.S. History to 1865) as well as teaching a section of the College’s interdisciplinary Core 1 according to a shared syllabus. In Spring 2023, two courses will be offered that will reflect the visiting professor’s specialties. Advising senior theses is also expected
  • Ph.D. preferred; ABD will be considered. Evidence of teaching experience and teaching excellence are also required. Applicants must demonstrate a commitment to the College’s goal of improving higher education for underrepresented students. Towards that end, applicants should submit a brief (one page) statement on diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Applicants should submit the following materials online at http://apply.interfolio.com/110361: cover letter, CV, names of two references, article-length writing sample, diversity statement, and teaching portfolio (including sample syllabi and evidence of teaching experience and excellence). For matters other than the submission of material, contact Corey Tazzara, Chair, History Search Committee, at ctazzara@scrippscollege.edu.
  • review begins immediately - ad posted 24 Jul. 2022

Southeast Missouri State University (USA:MO)[]

  • Assistant Professor African American History
  • In addition to working with students enrolled in our History, Social Studies Education, Historic Preservation, Social Science, and MA in Public History programs, our faculty also provide learning opportunities for students in other programs (e.g. Anthropology, Global Cultures and Languages, Archeology, and Freshman Experience).
  • Teaching: The ideal candidate for this position would excel in teaching courses specifically in African American History. This candidate will communicate a clear vision for offering a lower-level African American History course, upper-level courses specifically contextualizing the African American experience, and other specializations that complement the department’s strengths.
  • Required Qualifications; Ph.D. or ABD (with Ph.D. by August 1, 2023) in history or closely related discipline (Degree must be from a regionally accredited or internationally accredited/government-certified university); Demonstrated graduate training and expertise in African American history; Demonstrated knowledge of, experience in, or willingness to learn digital humanities; Demonstrated ability or willingness to contribute to a new minor or other certification for students in African American Studies; Demonstrated active research program with opportunities for student involvement; Demonstrated ability or willingness to learn to teach online, Hyflex, and blended courses
  • To apply, submit the following items online by clicking on the position you wish to apply for at the below link, then click on the APPLY button at the top of the page:  https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/semoedu/promotionaljobs: Cover letter of interest addressing required position qualifications; Statement of teaching philosophy and research agenda; Formal teaching evaluations from peers, supervisors, or students; Sample syllabus for an introductory course; Current curriculum vitae; Unofficial copies of transcripts (official transcripts are required when an offer of employment is accepted); Contact information for three professional references
  • For full consideration: 21 Oct. 2022.

Swarthmore College (USA:PA)[]

  • The Department of History at Swarthmore College (https://www.swarthmore.edu/history) invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track appointment at the rank of assistant professor in African American History (from the sixteenth century onward) to begin in the fall semester of 2023.  Applicants should hold a PhD by the time of appointment. All thematic emphases are welcome, but we have a preference for candidates well versed in critical race theory, gender and sexuality studies, environmental studies, the Black African diaspora, and/or transnationalism/globalism. Candidates are expected to offer a range of courses including survey courses, first-year seminars, upper-division courses on African American History as well as courses on US History and methodology.  The course load is four courses a year.
  • All applications received by October 1, 2022 will receive full consideration, and review of applications will continue until the position is filled.
  • [Nov 1] any word?
  • [Nov 11] - request for additional materials and Zoom interview

Stetson University (USA:FL) - [non-TT][]

  • "Specializations in African American History or Atlantic World History, or the history of the African Diaspora are particularly welcome."
  • See full posting, link above.

Texas Lutheran University (USA:TX)[]

  • tenure-track, dual-appointment as Assistant/Associate Professor in the Department of History and Director of African American Studies starting Fall 2023
  • Teaching: The successful candidate will spend part of their time teaching a mix of history classes and African-American studies classes, including both halves of the North American history survey (conceived more broadly as a continental history) and a range of lower- and upper-division courses in African American History and/or African American Studies in the department’s skills-focused curriculum.
  • Please submit : a letter of application addressing the above criteria; a current curriculum vitae; a statement of teaching philosophy; a statement regarding teaching, advising, and serving a diverse student population; a statement of research interests, including how research informs pedagogy and vice versa. Single-file, electronic submissions are preferred. Separately, arrange for three confidential letters of recommendation to be submitted.
  • Please send your submissions to: Philip Grace, History/AFAM Search Chair, c/o Texas Lutheran University, 1000 W. Court St., Seguin, TX 78155, Phone: 830-372-6777, Email: HIST-AFAMSearch@tlu.edu
  • For full consideration: 15 Oct. 2022

Texas Tech University (USA:TX) - [Open Rank][]

  • tenure-track assistant professor, or a tenured associate or full professor, in African American history.
  • Chronological period and specialization are open.
  • Teaching responsibilities will include graduate and undergraduate courses in African American history and related subfields, as well as the U.S. history survey
  • All interested applicants must apply online at http://www.texastech.edu/careers (click on ‘Faculty’ and 'Search openings' then enter requisition number 29762BR) and upload a CV and cover letter. After a preliminary review of applications, selected candidates will be asked to provide three letters of reference and a sample of scholarly work.
  • Review begins: 15 Nov. 2022

University of Alabama Birmingham (USA:AL) - African American Studies and Public History [Non-Tenure Track, Renewable][]

  • African American Studies Program and the History Department at the University of Alabama at Birmingham invite applications for a joint hire of an Assistant Professor.
  • This is a continuing, non-tenure earning, nine-month appointment that will begin in August 2023. The successful candidate will teach in African American Studies and Public History and supervise the internship programs in both departments
  • The applicant should have a demonstrated record of teaching effectiveness and of mentoring undergraduate students, as well as experience with online instruction. The internship program requires coordination between UAB and local organizations, so ideally the applicant should have some experience building community relationships.
  • Candidates must have a PhD in African American Studies, History, or a related field in hand at the time of appointment. Strong commitment to teaching and service is required.
  • As part of the application process, please upload a cover letter, a Curriculum Vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy, and contact information for two professional references. Questions may be directed to Dr. Natasha Zaretsky, Department of History, [[9]].

University of California Davis (USA:CA) - Open Field [Assistant or Associate Professor][]

  • Tenured or Tenure-track position in US African American History. Appointment will be at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. To begin July 1, 2023
  • Candidates must be able to teach the appropriate course or courses in US African American history as well as specialized upper-division and graduate courses. They must also demonstrate promise of distinction in scholarship and teaching.
  • Must have a Ph.D. in History or a related field
  • A complete application will include Curriculum Vitae, Cover Letter (optional), Statement of Research (Optional), Statement of Teaching (Optional), Statement of Contributions to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Teaching Evaluations, and Authorization to Release Information. 3-5 letters of reference required
  • For full consideration 31 Oct. 2022 Applications will continue to be accepted until this date, but those received after the review date will only be considered if the position has not yet been filled.
  • [Nov 29] - Zoom interview invitation

University of California Santa Barbara (USA:CA) - Twentieth Century[]

  • Tenure-track assistant professorship in twentieth-century African American history, to begin July 1, 2023
  • We welcome applications from scholars who research any aspect of the African-American experience in the twentieth century, with a preference for candidates who focus on one or more of the following: gender, culture, social life, social movements, environment, identity, and community
  • We are especially interested in candidates who engage African American history in a transnational frame. We are also interested in candidates whose work connects with scholars of comparative race and ethnicity and African and African-diaspora history in our department and with scholars in UCSB's Department of Black Studies
  • Document requirements: Curriculum Vitae - Your most recently updated C.V.; Cover Letter; Statement of Contributions to Diversity - Statement addressing past and/or potential contributions to diversity through research, teaching, and/or service. The diversity statement will be reviewed for evidence of teaching, research, professional and/or public service contributions that promote diversity and equal opportunity, such as effective strategies used for the educational advancement of students in various under-represented groups; demonstrated contributions to the advancement of equitable access and diversity in education; and contributions furthering diversity and equal opportunity in higher education through participation in such activities as recruitment, retention, and mentoring of scholars and students; Writing Sample (optional) - A writing sample (approximately 30-35 pages in length) is required. If not provided at time of application, semi-finalists may be asked to provide additional writing samples; Syllabi Sample (optional) - If not provided at time of application, semi-finalists may be asked to provide sample syllabi; 3-5 letters of reference required; Three letters of recommendation required.
  • Review date: 28 Nov. 2022
  • Campus visits happened in February and March

University of Denver (USA:CO) - Black Diaspora in North America/African American[]

  • Tenure-track position at the rank of assistant professor in the Department of History, to begin 1 Sept. 2023
  • Black Diaspora in North America, including history of African American communities, period open.
  • Teaching load is five undergraduate courses per year (over three quarters) plus mentoring senior thesis students.
  • Ph.D. in History, Africana Studies, African American Studies, Ethnic Studies, or another relevant discipline is required by August 31, 2023.
  • Applicants should apply online at: https://jobs.du.edu/en-us/job/495433/assistant-professor-history. Applications must include a CV, cover letter, writing sample, teaching portfolio, DEI statement, names and email addresses of three references.
  • For full consideration 21 Oct. 2022
  • [9 Dec] Zoom Interview late November. Any word on visits?

University of Iowa (USA:IA) - Pre-1900[]

  • Position in African American History (pre-1900) at the rank of tenure-track Assistant Professor to begin August 2023.
  • The successful candidate must have a record of excellence in research and scholarship in African American history; be prepared to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in African American history (including the two-part survey course), as well as courses tailored to their own research specialization; and be prepared to engage the programmatic missions of the department.
  • Candidates must have a Ph.D. in History or related field in hand by August 15, 2023. Application materials should be submitted electronically to http://jobs.uiowa.edu (refer to requisition #74557)
  • include a letter of interest addressed to the African American History ­Search Committee, a curriculum vitae, a substantial sample of written work, ideally the dissertation or book manuscript*, a 1-page teaching statement, and a sample syllabus, and the names/contact information of three referees.
  • *If a file exceeds the attachment size limit, please submit to [[10]].
  • review begins: 15 Sept. 2022 and continue until position is filled
  • [16 Nov] invitation for campus visit
  • [Jan] Offer made and accepted

University of Louisiana - Lafayette (USA:LA) - Non-TT[]

  • Visiting Assistant Professor in African American History
  • Teaching: The preferred applicant will teach undergraduate US history survey courses, African American history courses, and other courses that complement our departmental offerings. We are interested in all subfields.
  • To be considered for this position, please attach the following documents to your application: A curriculum vitae, Cover letter, Sample syllabi, References will be requested for those invited to a video interview
  • Review begins: 15 Apr. 2023

University of Mississippi (USA:MS) - Twentieth Century[]

  • tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level to begin August 2023
  • This joint appointment is open to candidates with an emphasis on Twentieth-Century African-American history, culture, and politics
  • Teaching Load: 2/2 undergraduate and graduate courses in both History and African American Studies, as well as supervise graduate students in History. The tenure-granting department will be History, with teaching duties split between the two departments based on particular needs.
  • The online application should include a cover letter indicating research, teaching interests, and a description of demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in teaching, scholarship, and/or service with descriptions of past efforts and commitment to future activities, curriculum vitae, writing sample(s), graduate transcript, and names and contact information for three references.
  • Review of all applications will begin on 30 Sept. 2022 and continue until the position is filled or until an adequate applicant pool is established. (Ed. note: This was just posted on 28 Sept. so that's a very quick turnaround. Don't know if that's a mistake or what)

University of Oregon (USA:OR) - non-TT[]

  • one-year visiting assistant professor position in African American history, to begin September 16, 2022 (AY 22-23
  • Teaching load 2/2/1
  • To apply, please submit a cover letter and current resume or CV with your online application to the UO Careers website
  • Deadline: 15 Jan. 2023

University of Pennsylvania (USA:PA) - Civil War Era to Present [Assistant/Associate Professor][]

  • Position in African American history at the rank of assistant professor (tenure-track) or associate professor (with tenure). The successful candidate will be appointed in the Department of History.
  • Temporally, applicants may specialize in any period(s) from the Civil War era to the recent past. All candidates should have publications appropriate to rank, and a deep commitment to teaching undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Applicants should apply online at: http://apply.interfolio.com/111744. Applications should include a cover letter, research statement, teaching statement, CV, and a writing sample no longer than 20 pages.
  • Candidates for appointment at the rank of assistant professor should also submit names of three references. The search committee will solicit letters of recommendation as needed through Interfolio.
  • Review of applications will begin on 10 Oct. 2022, and continue until position is filled or search is closed.   
    • Any updates on this search? I noticed the ad was posted (reposted?) on the Chronicle of Higher Education site on Feb 21, 2023; still lists the October deadline, but wondering if for some reason they are soliciting new applications.
    • [23 March] Hire announced

University of Rochester (USA:NY) - Open Field[]

  • Tenure-track assistant professor of African American history to begin July 1, 2023.
  • The department especially encourages applications from scholars with expertise in Public and/or Digital history. The chronological period for this search is open.
  • The successful candidate will be based in the Department of History (https://www.sas.rochester.edu/his/). In addition, candidates will have numerous opportunities for research and teaching collaborations and interactions with the Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies.
  • Candidates are expected to teach courses on their research specialization, in addition to the two-part survey course in African American history and to also contribute broadly to the curriculum. The successful candidate will teach two courses per semester (2:2 load).
  • Review of applications will begin on 18 Oct. 2022 and continue until the position is filled.
  • https://www.rochester.edu/faculty-recruiting/positions/show/14132

University of Vermont (USA:VT) - Open Field [Assistant or Associate Professor][]

  • Full-time, tenure-track or tenured faculty member in African American history at the rank of either Assistant or Associate Professor, to begin Fall 2023
  • Period and area of specialization are open For Associate level candidates a PhD in history is required. Assistant Professor candidates should hold a PhD in history or be an advanced ABD in History. Opportunities to participate in a range of interdisciplinary programs exist at the University of Vermont, depending on the successful candidate’s research and teaching interests
  • Teaching: Engaging classroom practices that excite and inspire students in the study of history, as well as the ability to teach courses at the introductory (including the U.S. survey) and advanced undergraduate and graduate levels, are also expected
  • Candidates are asked to apply online at www.uvmjobs.com. Candidates will be asked to submit the following: a c.v.; the names and emails of three referees (who will be contacted for their letters electronically) ; a letter of interest that outlines the candidate’s teaching and research interests and experience, including a statement on how the candidate plans to contribute to inclusive excellence at UVM. Candidates will be asked to submit writing samples and sample course syllabi following an initial review of applications.
  • Review begins: 17 Oct. 2022
  • [Nov 29] Any updates from this search yet?
    • Teams interviews scheduled a couple weeks ago.

University of Virginia (USA:VA) - 19thC, Senior Hire[]

  • Armstead Robinson Professor of 19th Century African American History to start in Fall 2023.
  • We invite applications from tenured scholars of 19th century African American history with a distinguished research record that utilizes a variety of methodological and thematic approaches and demonstrates broad interdisciplinary grounding in Black Studies. We are especially interested in those scholars who can situate their work in dynamic transatlantic and diasporic circuits of movement and influence related to Africa and the broader African Diaspora and who specialize in histories of Afro-Indigeneity, racial capitalism, gender and sexuality, and black queer studies
  • Ideal applicants would be either a full professor or an advanced associate in rank by the time of appointment; applicants will be assessed in terms of their demonstrated record and potential for excellence in research, teaching, and service
  • Teaching Load: 2/2
  • Apply online: https://uva.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UVAJobs/job/Charlottesville-VA/Armstead-Robinson-Endowed-Professorship-in-19th-century-African-American-History_R0041868
  • Review begins: 9 Dec. 2022 [nb posted to h-net 7 Dec, some text says review begins 1 Dec.]

University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee (USA:WI) - Urban[]

[NB unclear how this posting relates to the position in African American history, below]

  • Assistant or Associate Professor in Urban United States History
  • The Department of African and African Diaspora Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) is seeking to hire one Assistant or Associate Professor with expertise in African diaspora cultures and societies, with emphasis on Urban United States History, to begin August 21, 2023. We welcome strong candidates from Africana Studies, History, and related fields in cultural studies or the humanities. Applicants must have demonstrated potential and interest to conduct research and excel in teaching. Ph.D. is required at the time of appointment.
  • Teaching load: 2/2 Teaching responsibilities include lower-level survey courses in African American history as well as upper-level and graduate seminars. Ability to develop an African Diaspora history course is also welcome. Candidates are encouraged to articulate their potential contribution to the department with reference to its existing strengths or gaps.
  • Application must include: A cover letter describing research and teaching interests and expertise, Curriculum vitae, Writing sample (chapter or article-length), A one-page statement of teaching philosophy, The names and contact details of three professional references. Letters of recommendation will be requested from referees for candidates advancing past the first round.
  • For full consideration: 4 Dec. 2022

University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (USA:WI) - Open Field [Assistant or Associate Professor][]

  • Professor of African American history, period and specialization open, at the Assistant or Associate level
  • The teaching load will be 2:2. Teaching responsibilities include lower-level survey courses in African American history as well as upper-level and graduate classes in additional areas of expertise. Ability to teach the U.S. or World History survey and/or transnational histories is also welcome.
  • PhD by time of appointment (September 2023) in history, ethnic studies or African American studies or a related field
  • Application must include: A letter of application describing research and teaching interests and expertise; Curriculum vitae; A writing sample (chapter or article-length); The names and contact details of three referees. Letters of recommendation will be requested if and when needed. Please address any questions to Marcus Filippello (filippem@uwm.edu).
  • For this position, applicants are required to apply online at: https://jobs.uwm.edu/postings/35493
  • Application Deadline 1 Dec. 2022

St. Olaf College (USA:MN) - Post-1865[]

  • Tenure track position in post-1865 U.S. and African-American history at the Assistant Professor level to begin August 2023
  • The successful applicant will teach six undergraduate courses per year at all levels, focused on post-1865 U.S. and African-American history. Teaching experience is preferred, as is having a Ph.D. in-hand at time of the appointment. Faculty typically teach 3-1-2 or 2-1-3 and contribute actively to High Impact Practices such as mentored undergraduate research, academic advising, and teaching the January Term.
  • In addition to designing and implementing coursework related to post-1865 U.S. history, the successful candidate will have opportunities to teach off-campus courses during our January Interim and mentor undergraduate summer research.
  • A complete application includes:1. Cover letter 2. Curriculum vitae 3. Diversity statement (200-500 word limit) 4. Graduate school transcript (unofficial is acceptable) 5. Statement of teaching philosophy: Describe your conception of teaching and learning and how your approach is exemplified in the classroom, in other contact with students, and in curricular considerations. (1000 word limit) 6. The contact information for three professional references who can speak to your abilities in teaching and scholarship (St. Olaf solicits letters directly after an initial round of screening.) 7. Writing sample (typically article-length) will be required of all finalists
  • Questions about the position, department, or College may be directed to Steve Hahn, Search Committee Chair, at [[11]].
  • Review begins 26 Sept. 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. Finalist interviews are expected in November 2022.
  • Zoom interview scheduled for next week.

Tulane University (USA:LA) - Post-1865 [Open Rank][]

  • Tenure-line faculty position at the rank of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor in Modern African American History (post-1865).  The field of research is open, teaching experience preferred. Appointments would begin July 1, 2023.
  • The successful candidate will have a tenure home in the History Department and a joint appointment in the Africana Studies Program, with teaching and service divided equally between the two units. Tulane’s Africana Studies Program is comprised of both joint and affiliate faculty committed to the interdisciplinary and global study of Africa and its diasporas. Most courses will be cross-listed.
  • Applicants’ dossiers should include a letter of application, C.V. and an article-length writing sample. Assistant-level and untenured applicants should submit three letters of reference via Interfolio; currently tenured applicants should submit the names of three references who may be asked to provide letters of reference on request. All applicants must submit their dossiers via Interfolio at this link: http://apply.interfolio.com/111265. Inquiries can be made to Jana Lipman at (jlipman@tulane.edu).
  • Review begins: 15 Oct. 2022and continues until position is filled or search is closed.

Asian American[]

Boston University (USA:MA)[]

  • Tenure-track position at the level of Assistant Professor, beginning in Fall 2023, in the history of Asian American, Pacific Islander, and/or Asian Diasporic peoples in the Americas, of any period including but not limited to the 19th and 20th centuries.
  • Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate core courses and in fields of specialization.  Ph.D. in hand by beginning of employment.
  • Applicants should submit a cover letter detailing teaching and research interests, a C.V., and three letters of recommendation to https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/22400.  We encourage candidates to address in these mateeir past and future contributions to diversity and inclusion in their teaching, research, and other professional activities.  Further documentation may be requested of short-listed applicants.
  • Deadline: 1 Nov. 2022
    • Preliminary virtual interviews will be conducted before the Winter Break with campus visits anticipated immediately following the break.
  • [11 Nov.] - Request for additional materials and Zoom interview

Brooklyn College (USA:NY) - Asian Peoples in Diaspora[]

  • Tenure-track Assistant Professor position in the Department of History, with a research and teaching focus on the History of Asian Peoples in Diaspora, and a particular attention to the Americas.
  • An interest in and background for teaching courses concerning Islamic religious belief and practice would be welcome but is not required.
  • The Department welcomes all interdisciplinary and methodological approaches and chronological and geographical specializations.
  • This line will support the College's Black, Race, Ethnic, Disability, and LGBTQ Studies initiative and has a starting date in August 2023.
  • Applicants should upload the following in .doc or .pdf format: A letter of application, not to exceed three pages, that includes a summary of current and future scholarship, teaching interests and experience, and ability to work effectively with a broadly diverse student population; A curriculum vitae; Graduate transcripts; Detailed descriptions of or syllabi for proposed courses (Please include one survey and one specialized course); A one or two-page statement of teaching philosophy; Contact information for 3 references. Reference letters and writing samples will be requested at a later stage of the search process.
  • Please visit https://cuny.jobs/brooklyn-college/new-jobs/
  • Review of applications to begin 19 Dec. 2022 and will continue until filed.

Carnegie Mellon University (USA:PA)[]

  • Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Asian American History
  • Candidates should identify the ways their scholarly profile complements and broadens the existing strengths of the department in the history of labor, race, gender, and/or the history of science, medicine, technology, and the environment
  • The candidate will teach courses on a 2/2 semester load. In addition to teaching courses in Asian American history, a successful candidate will be able to offer courses on the social history of transnational immigration/migration or diaspora studies.
  • The candidate must receive the Ph.D. by July 1, 2023. The completed application should include 1) a c.v.; 2) a cover letter of no more than 2 single-spaced pages detailing research and teaching interests; 3) a writing sample of no more than 8000 words, including notes; 4) a statement of no more than 500 words indicating how the candidate will contribute to the university's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion; and 5) names and contact information for three recommendation letter writers.
  • Applications must be received on or before 1 Dec. 2022. Review of applications will commence immediately. Contact person: Amanda Katz [[12]].

Davidson College (USA:NC) - US History (Asian-American and/or Asian Diasporic/Pacific World History, [non-TT:VAP][]

  • Full-time, 2-year visiting position in U.S. History with a preferred specialization in Asian-American history and/or Asian Diasporic/Pacific World history
  • Teaching Load: 5 courses/year at both introductory and advanced levels, including two of three U.S. history surveys, and should expect to participate in the college’s Writing Program
  • The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a commitment to undergraduate teaching, have a compelling research agenda, and should have Ph.D. (in history or other relevant field) in hand (or nearly so) by August 2023.
  • To apply, candidates should submit a cover letter and CV online to https://employment.davidson.edu. Candidates who make it past the initial screening process will be asked to submit additional materials, including letters of recommendation.
  • Review begins: 24 Feb. 2023

Georgetown University (USA:DC)[]

  • Joint full-time tenure-line Provost’s Distinguished Faculty Fellow and Assistant Professor of Asian American History position
  • For the first year, the successful candidate will hold the title of Provost’s Distinguished Faculty Fellow, and will have no teaching and service responsibilities to allow a focus on research while receiving mentorship and support from two senior faculty members.
  • Provost’s Distinguished Fellows are on the tenure track, will be exempt from teaching and service duties in the first year of their appointments, and will devote their full-time effort to building their research programs. Fellows will be paired with two senior faculty mentors by their home departments.
  • We seek an innovative scholar and teacher whose work in Asian American History explores capitalism and empire; labor and migration; placemaking and community formation; refugees, citizenship, and the military/carceral state; gender and sexuality; and/or culture, law, and politics. We especially encourage applications from historians whose work intersects with other interdisciplinary fields through transnational, comparative, or thematic approaches.
  • The successful candidate will be expected to contribute at all levels of the department’s curriculum, from introductory undergraduate courses to graduate seminars.
  • Candidates should have a Ph.D. in hand by July 1, 2023. They should also demonstrate a commitment to academic excellence and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). This commitment to DEI can be demonstrated in a number of ways, including through teaching and research on matters related to DEI or through service that has fostered DEI in a university community.
  • Please submit the following required materials via Interfolio (apply.interfolio.com/111768) 1) Cover letter 2) Curriculum vitae. Additional materials—including a writing sample, 3-4 letters of recommendation, and a teaching dossier that testifies to the candidate’s ability to work with a diverse student population—will be requested from selected applicants. We will conduct first-round interviews via Zoom video conferencing
  • Deadline: 30 Sept. 2022
    • 10/12 - Request for additional materials
    • Anybody heard anything here?

Michigan State University (USA:MI) - Asian Pacific American[]

  • Full-time, fixed-term Assistant Professor position, to begin 16 Aug. 2023
  • The successful candidate should hold a Doctorate in Ethnic Studies, American Studies, History, or in a closely related field by date of hire; have experience teaching university-level courses; working with diverse student populations; interest in working with a range of communities on and off campus.
  • Teaching: The position has 65% assignment in APA Studies Program and 35% in History. The assignment comprises teaching 2 courses for the APA Studies Program and 1 course for History annually. Additionally, a successful candidate will engage in programming and mentoring in the APA Studies Program including: recruiting students to the minor; working with other units and organizations to disseminate information about the minor; mentoring graduate student fellows and undergraduate program assistants; assisting the Director with programming events, initiatives, outreach, and publicity; grant writing. Teaching responsibilities include Introduction to Asian Pacific American Studies (3 credits; SSC293) course, APIDA Experiences in Business (1 credit; SSC391/MGT391), and an additional course listed under the APA Studies minor or an appropriate general education course that will be determined in consultation with the Chair of the Department of History.
  • Review begins: 28 Feb. 2023

Oberlin College (USA-OH)[]

  • Tenure-track appointment at the rank of assistant professor in Asian American Studies
  • Desired specializations include Asian American history, immigration, urban history/studies, comparative approaches to race and ethnicity, and/or critical geography as well as interdisciplinary research methods.
  • The incumbent will teach the standard teaching load (4.5 courses per year) in the general area of Asian American Studies. Teaching responsibilities include Introduction to Comparative American Studies, Asian American History, theories and methods in American studies, and other courses in the incumbent’s area of specialization.
  • Deadline: Nov 11, 2022.

Williams College (USA:MA)[]

  • tenure-track appointment at the rank of assistant professor in Asian American history, to begin during the 2023-24 academic year.
  • In exceptional cases, a more advanced appointment may be considered. The Department welcomes all methodological approaches and thematic specializations
  • Teaching Load: 2-2 plus a January-term course every other year
  • Please send the following application materials to the department chair, Roger Kittleson, via Interfolio (http://apply.interfolio.com/110022): a letter of application that includes a summary of current and future scholarship, teaching interests and experience, and ability to work effectively with a broadly diverse student population; a curriculum vitae; separate one-paragraph descriptions of proposed courses (please include one survey and two specialized courses); and three letters of recommendation.
  • Deadline: 30 Sept. 2022
  • [2 Nov] - Zoom interviews scheduled
  • [3 Nov] - Email: "I am writing to let you know that the Williams History Department has completed its initial assessment of applicants in our search for an assistant professor of Asian American history.  We have decided to interview nine candidates via Zoom. Although you are not one of the candidates we plan to interview at this stage, we remain interested in your candidacy for the position.   We consider your application to be still active, and I will keep you apprised of the progress of the search."
  • [17 Nov] - Invitation for Campus Visit

Canadian[]

University of Fraser Valley (CAN) - Indigenous[]

  • permanent, tenure-track appointment at the rank of assistant professor. This position prioritizes Coast Salish History, as well as Indigenous rights and title, settler colonialism, and the history of Indigenous people in British Columbia and Canada, and is centred on scholars with teaching expertise and a research program centering Indigenous peoples and Indigenous priorities.
  • The candidate will be required to demonstrate that they have existing, trusting, and respectful academic relations with Coast Salish communities, or that they have a track record in building such relationships with other Indigenous communities that they will be able to replicate and reproduce with Coast Salish communities (and especially with the Stó:lo).
  • Applicants must submit the following through the online application portal: Cover letter, CV (please indicate eligibility to work legally in Canada), Statement of teaching philosophy, Sample research writing (eg. dissertation chapter or peer reviewed article), or statement on current scholarship and research program, Recent student evaluations, Three letters of reference
  • Deadline: 17 Mar. 2023

University of Guleph (CAN)[]

  • tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level in Canadian History. The appointment will commence on July 1, 2023
  • The preferred candidate will have a specialization in Canadian History, and should have a PhD in History or a related field at the time of appointment. Applicants with expertise in public history and/or community-engaged history are strongly encouraged to apply. Candidates should have a record of excellence in research and teaching as well as potential to attract graduate students. Excellence in research can be demonstrated by publications in refereed journals, edited collections and books, and presentations at scholarly conferences.
  • Teaching: The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses in the Department of History , including the core courses HIST*2100 (Histories of Canada to 1867) and HIST*1050 (Invitation to History). While the successful candidate will be required to teach the survey course on pre-1867 Histories of Canada, their research may focus on any period of Canadian history. Candidates are encouraged to include a short discussion of their teaching philosophy and experience in their teaching statement. Evidence of excellence and innovation in teaching will be an asset.
  • Interested applicants should submit the following materials (preferably as a single PDF file): (1) a cover letter; (2) a curriculum vitae; (3) sample publications (a maximum of two articles, book chapters, and/or dissertation chapters); and (4) a teaching statement (maximum 750 words). Applicants should also arrange for three letters of reference to be sent under separate cover. Applications and letters of reference should be sent to the attention of: Kathryn Hughes, Administrative Assistant to the Chair, Department of History, University of Guelph, 50 Stone Road East, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1 - Email: histadmin@uoguelph.ca
  • Review begins: 6 Jan. 2022

Latin@/Chican@[]

Hope College (USA:MI) - Latin American History and/or US Latina/o/x History[]

Lamar University (USA:TX)[]

  • Full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor position specializing in Latinx, Tejanx, and/or Chicanx, history to begin August 2023. Applicants must have a PhD in hand or expected by August 2023.
  • The department welcomes scholars whose secondary fields supplement our current faculty and encourages applicants with specialties in 20th-century United States and public history. Teaching responsibilities include upper-level and graduate courses as well as US history surveys. Scholarly research publications expected.
  • To apply, submit an application, letter of interest, cv, and writing sample (publication preferred) by 1 Nov. 2022, with three letters of recommendation submitted online to https://jobs.lamar.edu

Texas Christian University (USA:TX) - 20th Century Mexican American/Latinx/Borderlands [Assistant or Associate Professor][]

  • Tenure-track assistant or associate professor of the 20th century United States who specializes in Mexican American, Latinx, and/or Borderlands history, to begin August 2023.
  • Candidates must possess a completed Ph.D. at the time of application.
  • The successful candidate will be a scholar whose work engages perspectives, sources, or languages from multiple cultural backgrounds. They will demonstrate an ability to teach survey courses in Multicultural American, Mexican American, or Latinx history, in addition to upper-level courses and graduate seminars drawn from their area of expertise.
  • Review of applications will begin 9 Nov. 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.

Texas State University (USA:TX)[]

  • Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Latina/o/x History with a strong preference for Mexican American / Chicana/o/x History.
  • The successful candidate will be expected to teach both halves of the Mexican American survey, the U.S. History survey, and specialized undergraduate and graduate courses, and to direct theses and participate on graduate committees.
  • Ph.D. in History or related fields, such as American Studies, Latina/o/x Studies, Chicano Studies and/or Ethnic Studies is required by the time of appointment.
  • Preference will be given to candidates whose research demonstrates a sustained interest in Mexican American / Chicana/o/x History.
  • Only applications submitted through the Texas State University faculty employment website will be considered, https://jobs.hr.txstate.edu/postings/39434.
  • A complete application comprises a letter of application, a CV, unofficial graduate transcripts, a representative writing sample and the names and affiliations of three potential referees. Letters of recommendation, a teaching statement, and other materials will be requested as needed.
  • For full consideration: 15 Oct. 2022

University of North Texas (USA:TX)[]

  • Assistant Professor, Area of Specialty: Mexican American History
  • The successful candidate will demonstrate an ability to teach sections of the U.S. history survey (either half or both halves), upper-division courses in Mexican American history, and graduate courses in their field(s) of specialization
  • This position will also contribute to the Latina/o Mexican-American Studies Program and Mexican American Studies minor. Minimum Qualifications: PhD in History or closely related field by time of appointment
  • Required Documents: Cover Letter; Curriculum Vitae; Diversity Statement
  • Your diversity statement should describe how you incorporate diversity, equity, and inclusion into your research and teaching practices, and how you would contribute to the development of a diverse and inclusive learning community at UNT through teaching, mentorship, and service.
  • Review of applications will begin on 1 Nov. 2022 and continue until the position is filled. Please direct questions to Professor Todd Moye, Search Committee Chair, at todd.moye@unt.edu.

University of Pittsburgh (USA:PA)[]

  • Tenure stream assistant professor in U.S. Latinx history, for appointment beginning in August 2023
  • Applicants should submit a cover letter containing a description of their research and teaching profile; a full CV; a chapter of their dissertation or first book (or a derived article); 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 three recommenders by September 15, 2022. Please submit all application materials through the University of Pittsburgh online job portal: https://cfopitt.taleo.net/careersection/pitt_faculty_external/jobdetail.ftl?job=22002785&tz=GMT-04%3A00&tzname=America%2FNew_York Applicants who advance to the next stage will be asked to submit additional material, including the dissertation or book manuscript and a draft syllabus for a Latino History survey course. Recommenders will be notified at that point to submit letters of recommendation via our online application system.
  • Please direct administrative questions to Cynthia Graf (cmg134@pitt.edu). Other questions can be directed to search committee chair Lara Putnam, LEP12@pitt.edu .
  • Deadline: 15 Sept. 2022
    • [14 Dec] On-campus interviews have taken place

University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley (USA:TX) - Mexican American and Texas History[]

  • Assistant Professor for the Department of History beginning in the 2023-2024 academic year. The ideal candidate will have an active research agenda and will be able to teach introductory, upper-division, and graduate-level courses in Mexican American and Texas history.
  • Preference will be given to applicants who have a minimum of one year's experience teaching at an institution of higher education. Applicants must have a PhD from an accredited university in hand by the time of appointment. Competitive candidates will be able to demonstrate an active research agenda, will provide evidence of teaching effectiveness, and will have or demonstrate an interest in developing both face-to-face and online course delivery.
  • To apply, applicants must send 1) a letter of interest addressing the candidate's research and teaching qualifications for the position and how those qualifications would contribute to the success of UTRGV's diverse student body; 2) a curriculum vitae; 3) unofficial transcripts; 4) a list of the names and contact information of three professional references that the committee might contact for letters of recommendation; 5) an article-length writing sample. When submitting materials, applicants should indicate that they are applying for the position of Assistant Professor in Mexican American and Texas History.
  • In addition to teaching in areas of specialization, the successful candidate will be responsible for teaching lower-level American history surveys.
  • Closing date: 15 Dec. 2022

Native American[]

Fort Lewis College (USA:CO)[]

  • Tenure-track assistant professorship in History, with a specialization in the history of Native Americans within what is now the territory of the United States, either before or after 1776
  • We welcome candidates with broad expertise in US history and in public history, preferably with a secondary field in one or more of the following areas: environmental history, gender and sexuality studies, or the history of indigenous peoples outside the United States.
  • In addition to courses in the applicant's specialty, such as a two-semester survey of Native American history, the successful applicant will be expected to teach, in rotation with other members of the Department, the United States history survey, Introduction to Philosophy and Methods of History, Philosophy and Methods of History, and the Senior Research Seminar
  • A PhD in History is strongly preferred, but ABDs in History will be considered upon receipt of a letter from the dissertation advisor verifying that the PhD is close enough to completion to be finished within one year of the hire.
  • A complete application packet includes: Cover letter addressing interest and qualifications for the position (Include details regarding how your personal and professional experiences allow you to encourage a learning environment grounded in equity and inclusion.  “How do you envision contributing to Fort Lewis College’s commitment to equity and inclusion?”); Curriculum Vitae; Names and contact information for three current, professional references
  • Submit materials as one PDF file via email to: [[13]]
  • Application materials received by 10 Nov. 2022, will receive full consideration
    • [18 Nov] Search postponed for budgetary reasons

Illinois State University (USA:IL)[]

  • nine-month probationary tenure-track assistant professor with scholarly expertise in Native American history, 17th-19th century preferred, with the appointment beginning August 14, 2023
  • Interested candidates please complete an online application for posting number 514253 at https://jobs.illinoisstate.edu/ and additionally submit the following items...a letter of application that includes a summary of current and future scholarship, teaching interests and experience, and ability to work effectively with a broadly diverse student population; a C.V.; and a chapter-length sample of scholarship. Please send these materials electronically with your online application. Candidates should also be prepared to send three confidential letters of reference upon request to historysearch@ilstu.edu
  • Deadline: 15 Oct. 2022

Mount Holyoke College (USA:MA)[]

  • tenure-track Assistant Professorship in Native American history to begin Fall 2023.
  • In exceptional circumstances, an appointment at the level of associate or full professor may be considered.
  • Geographic region is open; areas of specialization may include environmental history and traditional ecological knowledge, material culture, Indigenous epistemologies, political systems and governance, colonization, disease, intercultural relations, women and gender, Atlantic or Pacific worlds, Indigenous borderlands.
  • The successful candidate will contribute courses in North American history and participate in a vibrant Five College Native American and Indigenous Studies intellectual community. We seek candidates with a demonstrated record of authentic engagement with Native American and Indigenous communities.
  • Please submit a letter of application, C.V., graduate transcripts, sample syllabuses of a Native American history survey course and a course in your field of specialization, a short writing sample, and statements covering (1) research interests, (2) teaching philosophy, (3) the mentoring of a diverse student body. The successful candidate should be able to demonstrate excellence in teaching and mentoring students who are broadly diverse with regard to gender, race, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, and religion. https://careers.mtholyoke.edu/en-us/job/493102/assistant-professor-of-native-american-history
  • Please include contact information for three references as part of your application. Reference letters will be requested at a later date in the search process.
  • Review begins: 23 Sept. 2022
  • [7 Nov] Job talks scheduled

Northeastern State University (USA:OK)[]

  • Tenure-track assistant professorship in Native American history, with a preference for candidates who can also teach Public History and thematic or topical courses that complement existing faculty specialties
  • Ability to integrate active learning and digital resources into the classroom is desired. Willingness to teach both face-to-face and online is expected. The anticipated start date is August 2023.
  • Duties include a 4/4 teaching load, encompassing U.S. history surveys and upper-level courses in the candidate’s areas of specialization, and scholarship and service commensurate with a full-time, tenure-track position. Candidates should be willing to liaise with Indigenous student and community organizations to promote learning activities.
  • Ph.D. in history preferred by time of appointment; ABD considered. Previous teaching experience preferred.
  • Applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, Contact information for three professional references, Statement of teaching philosophy, Unofficial graduate transcripts to https://nsuok.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/4/home/requisition/1200?c=nsuok
  • Review of applications will begin 1 Dec. 2022; Applications accepted until 15 Dec. 2022

University of California - Riverside (USA:CA) - Non-TT[]

  • The department of History is recruiting for a Visiting Assistant Professor, to start July 1, 2023
  • teaching load: 6 courses/year "one of which will be at the graduate level. Duties will also consist of advising graduate and undergraduate students in Native American History, and service to the Department of History. Courses of instruction: HIST 36 Native American History, 1800-1899; HIST 37 Native American History, 1900-Present; HISA 141, Southwestern Native American History; HIST 30, Themes and Personalities; an upper-division course; and one graduate seminar in Native American History.
  • Applicants will be required to submit a cover letter, CV, writing sample, a statement of research and teaching interests, 2-3 teaching evaluations, diversity statement, and 3 letters of reference: a. Confidential Letters solicited via AP Recruit System Only – Applicant inserts reference names and solicits references from within APRecruit at time of application. Applications and materials will be submitted using UCR’s on-line application system located at https://aprecruit.ucr.edu/apply/JPF01719
  • For full consideration: 3 May 2023

University of California San Diego (USA:CA)[]

  • Tenure track Assistant Professor position specializing in the history of Indigenous people before 1830, in the territories now claimed by the United States.
  • The main research focus of this position must be in early American history (in the region north of what is today Mexico) that centers the narrative of Indigenous peoples.
  • The standard teaching load is four courses per year and successful candidates should be prepared to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in Native American and Indigenous history as well as a lower division survey lecture course on Early American History prior to 1800.
  • Application Requirements: Curriculum Vitae - Your most recently updated C.V.; Cover Letter; Writing Sample - Writing sample of approximately 10,000 words; Statement of Teaching; Statement of Contributions to Diversity - Applicants should summarize their past or potential contributions to diversity. See our Faculty Equity site for more information.; Statement of Research (Optional); 3-5 letters of reference required
  • Review date: Tuesday, 1 Nov. 2022 at 11:59pm (Pacific Time); Final date: Wednesday, Mar 1, 2023 at 11:59pm (Pacific Time). Applications will continue to be accepted until this date, but those received after the review date will only be considered if the position has not yet been filled.
    • Zoom interviews scheduled Jan 4 2023
    • Any updates on this?

University of Nebraska-Lincoln (USA:NE) - [Assistant or Associate Professor][]

  • tenure-track assistant or associate professor in Indigenous American History, beginning August 2023
  • Teaching: The successful candidate will offer introductory interdisciplinary courses in Indigenous studies, survey courses in Indigenous American history, and specialized upper-level and graduate courses in Indigenous American history
  • Particularly welcome are candidates with lived experience navigating tribal social structures, and the successful candidate may also have research and teaching expertise in environmental justice, digital humanities, women’s and gender studies, Great Plains tribal cultures, and/or LGBTQ+ studies
  • A Ph.D. in History is required and must be in hand by August 14, 2023. Candidates must demonstrate a record of scholarship and training in Indigenous American History and a teaching record supporting the ability to offer introductory interdisciplinary courses in Indigenous studies, survey courses in Indigenous American history, and upper-level and graduate courses in the field. Preference will be given to candidates with a Ph.D. in History and the ability to teach Indigenous American History at the graduate level.
  • To apply for this position, go to https://employment.unl.edu, requisition F_220170. Please attach your letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and a list of undergraduate and graduate courses taught. We are requesting three (3) reference letters to be sent to Barbara Bullington, Administrative Tech for the Department of History at [bbullington2@unl.edu].
  • Review of applications will begin 31 Oct. 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.

Vassar College (USA:NY)[]

  • Full-time tenure-track position in Indigenous history in Early North America, at the rank of assistant professor beginning August 2023.
  • The faculty member will be expected to teach courses in Colonial and Revolutionary America and contribute to Native American Studies in Vassar's American Studies program. Candidates interested in engaging in other ways with Vassar's rich array of multidisciplinary programs are especially encouraged to apply.
  • Teaching load in the first year is four courses; after that it is five courses or four plus a tutorial-style “intensive,” which may include supervision of senior theses. Candidates must have the Ph.D. in History or related field in hand at the start of employment.
  • To apply, please visit https://employment.vassar.edu/postings/2803 to link to the posting for this position. Candidates should submit a letter of application that speaks to teaching and scholarly qualifications; a C.V.; a graduate transcript; three letters of recommendation; a writing sample of no more than 40 pages; and a diversity statement highlighting contributions to and/or future plans for promoting diversity and inclusion through teaching, research and/or professional involvements.
  • Address your materials to Chair, Indigenous / Early North American History Search Committee, History Department, Vassar College.
  • For inquiries regarding the search, please contact Rebecca Edwards at reedwards@vassar.edu.
  • Review begins 15 Oct. 2022; files received after that date are not guaranteed a review.
  • [Jan. 4] Position has been filled.

Women/Gender[]

Hunter College (USA:NY) - Open Rank[]

  • Open Rank (full-time, tenure-track/tenured) position in U.S. Women’s and Gender History, with an anticipated start date on or about September 1, 2023.
  • A PhD in history is required at the time of appointment.
  • Candidates must demonstrate excellence or strong promise of excellence in both research and publication and in the teaching of U.S. Women’s and Gender History. Candidates who examine the intersections of women’s and gender history with race and ethnicity and/or who explore women’s and gender history with respect to public health, reproductive issues, disease, privacy, legal/constitutional history, or the history of science and/or medicine are especially welcome to apply. The position includes the opportunity, subject to need, to teach in the History Department’s Master’s program
  • Teaching: In addition to teaching courses in this specialty, the appointee should have a demonstrated commitment to teaching the first and second half of the U.S. history survey.
  • Applications must be submitted online by accessing the CUNY Portal on the City University of New York website www.cuny.edu/employment. To search for this vacancy, click SEARCH ALL POSTINGS and in SEARCH JOBS field, enter the Job Opening ID number (25771). Click on the “APPLY NOW” button and follow the application instructions. Current users of the site should access their established accounts; new users should follow the instructions to set up an account. Please have your documents available to attach into the application before you begin. The application package must include a letter of application describing teaching and research interests, CV, writing sample, and the names and email addresses of three references. Please combine all materials into one PDF and upload it as a single file... The search committee will solicit confidential letters of recommendation from references for candidates under consideration for first-round interviews. First-round interviews will be conducted remotely over Zoom; finalists will visit the campus in person.
  • Review begins: 16 Jan. 2023
  • [15 Feb.] Any updates?

https://jobs.nccu.edu/postings/21664 North Carolina Central University (USA:NC)] - pre-1900/African American Women[]

  • Tenure-track Assistant Professor
  • The ideal candidate will have a research focus on pre-1900 African American women’s history; the ability to direct research in African American women’s history; excellent teaching skills; and a commitment to advise and mentor students at both the B.A. and M.A. levels.
  • We seek a candidate who can teach survey and upper-level courses in pre-1900 African American history, underrepresented histories of Black women, and who can place U.S. history within a larger global diasporic context.
  • A Ph.D. in African American History or United States History with a research focus African American Women is required by the appointment date.
  • Applications should include cover letter, CV, statement of teaching philosophy, writing sample, graduate transcripts, and 3 letters of recommendation.
  • Review of applications will begin on 15 November, 2022. Open until filled.

University of Georgia (USA:GA) - African American Women Pre-1945[]

  • Tenure-track assistant professor of African American women’s history. We seek a specialist in African American women’s history, with a preference for candidates whose research focuses primarily on any period prior to 1945
  • Candidates with specific research and teaching interests in the history of science, health, reproduction, sexuality, environment, labor, or slavery are especially encouraged to apply.
  • Applicants must have their PhD in History, Women’s and Gender Studies, African American Studies, or a related field conferred by July 30, 2023.
  • Applications should include a cover letter detailing how the applicant's credentials and experience meet the needs, responsibilities, and qualifications stated above; C.V.; the names and contact information for at least three references; and an unofficial transcript.  Letters of reference, writing samples, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and transcripts will be requested from a smaller pool of applicants at a later date
  • Applications should be submitted at https://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/287220. Applications received by 18 Nov. 2022 will receive full consideration.
  • [Nov 12] - request for additional materials. seems like they're reviewing on a rolling basis since the deadline hasn't passed yet.
  • [Dec 1] - Zoom interview request
  • [Dec 16] - campus visit invitation
  • [March 18]: -Any update?

US in the World/International[]

Lehigh University (USA:PA) - 20th/21st Century US and the World[]

  • Tenure-track faculty position as Assistant Professor of History with a specialization in the United States and the World in the twentieth and/or twenty-first centuries, starting August 2023.
  • Candidates must have an earned PhD in History or a related field by the date of hire.
  • Teaching Load: 2/2 load of courses at all levels of the curriculum. The successful candidate will either complement existing strengths in the Department or point the way to future areas of distinction in research and teaching.
  • To apply, please submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, an article- or chapter-length piece of scholarship (published or unpublished), contact information for three references, and a statement of contributions to diversity, equity, and inclusion to Academic Jobs Online. At a later stage of the search, candidates will be asked to submit letters of recommendation, further evidence of scholarship, a teaching portfolio, and a research statement.
  • Review begins 7 Oct. 2022 and continues until the position is filled
    • The Department plans to hold semifinalist interviews via Zoom in late November and on-campus visits for finalists in late January and early February. Questions about the position should be directed to the search committee chair, Professor William J. Bulman ([[14]]).
    • Letters of reference requested on October 12
    • [14 Nov.] Any updates?
    • [25 Nov.] Nothing here...was hoping to know by this week since they mentioned interviews on Zoom in late November.
    • [28 Nov.] Semi-finalist Zoom interviews have begun

London School of Economics (UK:Eng) - Non-TT American Foreign Relations[]

  • 12 month LSE Fellow in International History (~VAP) – History of American Foreign Relations
  • Teaching: Expertise in the History of US Foreign Relations is essential as the Fellow will be required to primarily teach HY311 Limited War During the Cold War Era: The US in Korea (1950-53) and Vietnam (1954-75); HY4B1 The Vietnam Wars, 1930-75: Regional and International Perspectives; HY245 The United States and the World since 1776 as well as other courses in the next academic session. They will be expected to participate in teaching at both undergraduate and masters’ level for up to a maximum of six classroom contact hours per week
  • The successful candidate for the 2023-2024 session will have completed a PhD in History or in a relevant area by the post start date or be near completion. A very good knowledge of the history of US Foreign Relations and the history of the Vietnam Wars is essential. A developing research record in the field; Excellent communication and presentation skills and the ability to work in close partnership with fellow teachers, as well as on a one-on-one basis with students and in small groups, and to provide effective support, as necessary. Relevant teaching experience and previous use of Virtual Learning Environment would be desirable
  • Deadline: 2 Jul. 2023

New York University (USA:NY) - Since 1848[]

  • Scholar in the field of U.S. and the World from 1848 to the present at the assistant professor level.
  • The department is particularly interested in scholars focused upon East Asia, Southeast Asia, or Latin America, with an interest in subjects including, but not limited to, global health, global indigeneity, environment, and the roles of race, gender and sexuality in shaping U. S. global power. The appointment will begin September 1, 2023
  • The deadline for applications is 5 Dec. 2022. Those wishing to be considered should submit a letter of application, cv, and contact information for three letters of recommendation to https://apply.interfolio.com/114282 .
  • Because diversity is an important part of the NYU mission, as part of your letter of interest, please describe briefly how diversity figures into your past, present and future teaching and, if applicable, research. Information about diversity and inclusion statements may be found at http://as.nyu.edu/departments/facultydiversity/recruitment/diversity-statements.html. Inquiries regarding the job may be directed to Calista LaMotte, Assistant to the Chair of History [[15]].
  • [19 Dec.] Request for Writing Sample
  • Anyone know if they've moved on this?
  • [18 Jan] Received rejection email -- anyone else receive a rejection email who sent in a writing sample and recommendations?
  • [20 Jan] I just haven't heard anything -- I'm assuming they moved to interviews but are keeping me on the long-long list, in case their top 12 candidates drop out XD
  • [23 Jan] request for zoom interviews on 7 or 10 Feb.
  • [13 Feb] any updates?
  • [16 Feb] Campus visit invitation
  • [16 Apr] Anyone know if they hired someone?

University College London (UK:Eng) - Non-TT[]

  • 1 year lectureship (~VAP) in the History of the US and the World (1st September 2023-31st August 2024)
  • Teaching: We expect the postholder to convene our core postgraduate taught training module AMER0057: Researching the Americas and to teach on our core US Histor! y survey module AMER0050: The Making of Modern America since 1920. They will convene a one-term postgraduate taught option and a one-term undergraduate optional module. They will contribute to other team-taught modules, and take on administrative responsibilities in the department.
  • Applicants must have a PhD in History or related subject. They should have proven experience of teaching and assessment at university level in US history, as well as research and/or teaching expertise in the history of the United States and the world after 1865.
  • Deadline: 19 May 2023

University of Prince Edward Island (CAN)[]

  • tenure track position, assistant level, beginning 1 September 2023, in the History Department in the following area: The United States of America and the World.
  • The successful candidate will demonstrate a strong record of innovative research and publishing dealing with the United States and one or more of the following areas: Latin America; South America; Asia; Africa.
  • Teaching: The successful candidate will also teach American history courses in two of the above-mentioned areas, as well as the two survey courses in American history offered by the history department. The development of courses cross listed with other Arts programs (for example, Political Science, International Studies, Diversity and Social Justice Studies) would be considered an asset to this position.
  • A complete application must include the following: a cover letter outlining how the candidate would contribute to the History Department in the area specified above, a curriculum vitae, a teaching dossier (to include a statement of teaching philosophy, sample syllabi of courses and interdisciplinary courses in the subject area, and teaching evaluations or other evidence of teaching success), a research statement outlining current and future research projects, and three academic letters of reference. Candidates are encouraged to submit one-page statement on how the candidate will implement the principles of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) in their teaching, research and scholarly work.
  • Deadline: 21 Jul. 2023

US Army War College (USA:PA) - American Foreign Policy[]

  • Assistant Professor of American History in the Department of National Security and Strategy to begin in the summer of 2023.
  • The person selected for this position will have a leading role in planning, administering, and teaching core courses on American foreign policy as well as other core and elective courses of the resident education program and associated programs.
  • This is a fulltime, long-term, civilian faculty position.  Initial appointment may be for up to 4 years; the first two years may be a trial period. Appointments may be renewed subject to job performance and availability of funds; reappointments at USAWC are the norm and the position should be considered equivalent to tenure-track.
  • Must have master’s degree (required) in history, national security studies, international relations, government, political science, or related field.  PhD or terminal degree strongly preferred. Doctoral students who expect to complete their Ph.D. prior to July 2023 are eligible and encouraged to apply.
  • Ability to prepare, teach, and lecture on subjects related American foreign policy, grand strategy, and national security decision-making.
  • Record of scholarly research and publication—or evidence of great potential for such research and publication—in areas relevant to the curriculum, to include national security policy and strategy, international relations, political science, history, political economy, regional studies, and the strategic use of military force (e.g., assurance, deterrence, coercion, and compellence). Expertise on American foreign policy and/or statecraft is preferred.
  • A record of successful service to the profession and/or engagement with policy debates, including membership in and service to professional (regional, historical, political) scholarly societies, public history initiatives, or military and defense organizations.  A record of successful non-governmental work of a similar nature and scope, such as with a think tank, development organization, media organization, or international organization may also be considered service.
  • Required documents: Letter of application addressing the required KSAs and other qualifications, as listed in the QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED section above; Curriculum vitae or résumé; Academic transcripts (highest degree attained). Unofficial transcripts are required with your application submission. You must provide official transcripts upon request; One sample of written scholarship not to exceed 50 pages; List of four disinterested professional references (i.e., persons who can affirm the candidate's qualifications but have no stake in the outcome of the selection); A short narrative of one page or less that describes how you would contribute to an atmosphere of diversity at the U.S. Army War College through teaching, scholarship, and/or service.
  • Closing date: 5 Dec. 2022

Colonial/Antebellum[]

Berea College (USA:KY)[]

  • Tenure-track Assistant Professor of United States history. A Ph.D. in History is required. A.B.D. candidates who expect to complete the Ph.D. by August 2023 will be considered.
  • We are especially interested in candidates with demonstrated expertise in the period prior to 1865, with secondary training in Latin American history. Other possible secondary fields include colonization, trans-national history, and indigenous studies. Teaching experience at the undergraduate level is highly desirable.
  • Teaching responsibilities include six courses per year over two semesters, shared responsibility in the two-semester U.S. History survey, required classes for the major, both introductory and upper-level courses in areas of specialization and interest, and participation in the college’s General Education program.
  • Interested applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, graduate and undergraduate transcripts (unofficial transcripts are acceptable at this stage), a statement of teaching philosophy, teaching evaluations, and three letters of recommendation to https://tinyurl.com/ujurtt7m. Additional materials may be requested at a later date.
  • Review of applications will begin 1 Nov. 2022 and continue until the position is filled.
  • Interview request December 15 [x2]
  • [Jan. 13] Campus visit invitation

Bridgewater State University (USA:MA) - Early American Indigenous/African American[]

  • Tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Early American (U.S.) Indigenous or African American history.
  • The ideal candidate will also have experience in public history. Teaching duties include introductory-level survey courses on U.S. history before the Civil War, and upper-division courses in either Indigenous or African American history from the colonial era through the early republic.
  • The following information is required to complete your application for this position: A minimum of three (3) professional reference entries in space provided on application form; Cover Letter; CV; Writing Sample; Sample Syllabus; Equity and Inclusion Statement- a personal statement on a candidate's past efforts to enhance diversity, equity, and inclusion. The equity and inclusion statement is an opportunity for candidates to discuss scholarship, professional skills, and demonstrable experience that would enhance the university's efforts to promote a diverse, equitable, and inclusive community. Equity and inclusion statements will be considered as part of a transparent and comprehensive review of candidates' application materials.
  • Close Date 16 Dec. 2022
  • [Jan. 10] Interview request
  • [Apr. 14] position filled, job went to internal VAP candidate

College of William & Mary (USA:VI) - VAP[]

  • one-year, non-tenure-track position in vast early America (field open) to begin August 10, 2023.
  • Teaching Load: 3/3 including a survey of U.S. history, freshman seminars, and upper division courses in early American history.
  • Applicants must apply online at https://jobs.wm.edu/postings/52878. Submit a curriculum vitae, a cover letter, a statement describing previous professional experience or future plans (or both) that demonstrate a commitment to diversity and inclusion, a statement of teaching interests, and sample syllabi. You will be prompted to submit online the names and email addresses of three references who will be contacted by the system with instructions for how to submit a letter of reference.
  • For full consideration: 30 Apr. 2023

DePaul University (USA:IL) - [One-Year Visiting Assistant Professor][]

  • Visiting one-year term faculty in Colonial and Early National-era U.S. History to begin January 2023, with the possibility of renewal.
  • The teaching load is three classes per quarter. Primary responsibilities for this position are to teach multiple sections of the first quarter of the U.S. history survey (to 1800), to develop an undergraduate course in the candidate’s area of specialty, and to offer an advanced undergraduate course in either Colonial or American Revolution.
  • Ph.D. or advanced ABD status in Colonial or Early National-era U.S. history is required. Teaching experience is required; online teaching experience is welcome. DePaul seeks candidates with demonstrated cultural competencies to include teaching, service and research in diverse learning communities.
  • Apply at http://apply.interfolio.com/108726. Applicants must submit a cover letter; curriculum vitae; a syllabus for a course the candidate has already taught; and three letters of recommendation, at least one of which should speak directly to the applicant’s teaching experience.
  • Deadline for applications is 14 Oct. 2022.

Elon University (USA:NC)[]

  • Tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Early American History, beginning mid-August, 2023.
  • Specialty is open, although with a preference for expertise in North American Native American/Indigenous history. Preferred areas of interest include African American and Indigenous histories, histories of the North American 18th and 19th century borderlands, comparative framings of slavery and slave resistance in the US and potentially other parts of the Caribbean and/or the Americas.
  • Teaching will include introductory U.S. history surveys; courses on the colonial, revolutionary, or early national period; upper division courses in their area of specialization; and courses in the Elon Core Curriculum.
  • Send letter of application, CV, transcripts, evidence of teaching effectiveness, writing sample, and three letters of recommendation to historysearch2022@elon.edu.
  • For full consideration: 17 Oct. 2022
    • [14 Nov] rejection email

Fairmont State University (USA:WV)[]

  • Two tenure-track assistant professor positions in World History and early American history, respectively.
  • The successful candidates will be required to teach the university's World Civilization and/or US History survey courses as well as advanced history electives in their field of study.
  • Preference will be given to candidates who can offer courses in the history of one or more of the following areas: Africa, Asia, Middle East, or Latin America. The ability to teach "The Historian's Craft," the program's writing-intensive course for history majors, will be viewed favorably as well.
  • One of the successful candidates will begin in January 2023 and the other will begin in August 2023. Candidates should specify when they are available to start in their cover letter.
  • Teaching experience at the college level is essential as is demonstrated excellence in the classroom.
  • Job Close Date: 13 Oct. 2022
  • (Ed. note: this job ad is a little confusing as it is for TWO TT positions - one in world history, the other early American history. It's not completely clear which listed preferences are for which specific job. Should also be cross linked with the World History page, if someone else wants to take care of that)
  • early American position offer made and accepted.

Flagler College (USA:FL)[]

  • Tenure track-equivalent Assistant or Associate Professor in American Colonial History, to begin August 2023.
  • Given location in historic St. Augustine, “the nation’s oldest city,” the college seeks a candidate who will engage with La Florida (Spanish Florida) and the Atlantic World.
  • 4/4 teaching load, including upper-level courses in areas of the applicant’s expertise, an Introduction to the United States course for History majors, and contributions to the capstone methodological courses for History majors on a rotating basis: Historical Methods and Senior Seminar. The hire will likewise contribute to teaching the college's new Core and FLAGship programs and study abroad.
  • A Ph.D. in History is required with specialization in Colonial America with a secondary field in the Atlantic World, the African Diaspora, Latin America, and/or First Nations and Indigenous Studies. Candidates must demonstrate a record of teaching and commitment to scholarly research and engagement within their field.
  • Interested applicants should apply via Interfolio at : https://apply.interfolio.com/119558
  • Required materials: cover letter, CV, statement of teaching philosophy, and three letters of reference in your application packet.
  • Review of applications begins 10 Feb. 2023
  • Anybody heard anything since the 2/20 week of interviews? Any finalists?

Radford University (USA:VA)[]

  • Tenure-track assistant professor in Colonial and Revolutionary America, with the ability to teach Virginia history, to begin August 2023
  • Ideal candidates have training and experience in digital history.
  • The successful candidate will offer upper-division courses in Colonial America, Revolutionary America, Virginia History, as well as others reflective of their interests and expertise
  • The position also requires taking an active role in the department’s Digital History program, and contributing to teaching lower-division surveys in United States History.
  • Interested applicants should apply via Radford University’s career website here: https://jobs.radford.edu/postings/12130.
  • The application should be submitted as one PDF file, which includes all of the following in the indicated order: 1) a cover letter describing your interest in the position and training; 2) a teaching and research statement outlining your pedagogical practice, research interests, and experience with digital history; 3) a CV with contact information for three references; 4) a sample syllabus for a course in Colonial America, and description of how you would approach teaching Virginia history; 5) Diversity statement (How might past and potential contributions advance Radford University’s commitment to equity and diversity, both locally and globally?) 6) copies of graduate transcript(s) (official copies will be required only on offer of employment). Letters of reference will be requested only from short-listed candidates.
  • Review of applications begins 31 Oct. 2022
    • Zoom interview scheduled for early January 2023.
    • campus visit invitation
    • position filled

St. Mary's College of Maryland (USA:MD) - 16th-18th Century Atlantic World/Public History[]

  • Tenure-track Assistant Professor position in 16th to 18th Century Atlantic World and Public History beginning August 2023
  • We seek a public historian with demonstrated potential for excellence in these two fields. Teaching responsibilities are shared with the Museum Studies program
  • The successful candidate will teach two courses a year for the Museum Studies Program: its introductory course, as well as an upper division History course that will count towards the Museum Studies minor. The successful candidate will also sit on the Museum Studies Steering Committee
  • Application materials should include a cover letter that addresses how the candidate will contribute to a campus culture of inclusion; curriculum vitae (including email address), statement of teaching philosophy, statement of research interests, and evidence of teaching effectiveness (if applicable). Applicants should also arrange for the submission of three confidential letters of recommendation. Applicants can request confidential letters through their Interfolio Dossier account, which may be uploaded for free by the letter writer directly to our Interfolio-hosted account for committee review
  • Applications are being accepted online at: apply.interfolio.com/116188. Questions may be directed to Dr. Adriana M Brodsky at [[16]].
  • Review of applications will begin 1 Nov. 2022 and continue until the position is filled
    • [15 Dec] Any updates?
    • Zoom interviews week of 9 Jan.
    • campus visit invitation

University of Texas-El Paso (USA:TX)[]

  • Assistant Professor of History focusing on early America to 1800 with possible strengths in African or Indigenous populations, women and gender, or ties to the Spanish Colonies or the Atlantic World, to begin in the fall of 2023
  • The successful candidate should be able to teach courses on the Colonial and Revolutionary Eras of the United States, and should have a robust research agenda that makes productive connections with Borderlands or Atlantic World History that will strengthen our PhD program.
  • Preferred but not required: A scholar involved with public-facing scholarship and digital humanities.
  • Review of applications will begin 1 Nov. 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. All applicants must submit a letter of interest, curriculum vita, unofficial transcripts, writing sample, and contact information of three reference writers to https://utep.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=153476. Additionally, applicants should submit a statement of contributions to diversity, equity and inclusion. Letters of recommendation and official transcripts will be requested separately of candidates going into the first round of interviews.
    • Interviews week of 12 Dec.
    • [Jan. 13] Campus visits scheduled, according to email from search committee chair to those not chosen

Washington & Lee University (USA:VA)[]

  • tenure-track assistant professor of early American History, with a focus on vast early America, beginning July 1, 2023.
  • We are especially interested in candidates who can offer courses in indigenous history...We also welcome candidates who are prepared to collaborate in curricular development with colleagues in fields outside of the humanities, such as economics, business, and environmental studies.
  • Candidates must have a Ph.D. at the time of appointment
  • Teaching: Candidates should be prepared to teach both halves of the introductory US history surveys (to 1876 and since 1876) and to offer upper division courses in their area of expertise.
  • Candidates should submit: A letter of application summarizing teaching interests and experience, scholarship, and demonstrating the ability to work with a diverse student population; a CV; names and contact details of three references who are willing and able to write confidential letters of recommendation (we will solicit the letters when and as needed); an article-length writing sample. All materials should be submitted via Interfolio at http://apply.interfolio.com/109995 Our search committee will conduct conference interviews virtually. After application review, semi-finalists will be invited for Zoom interviews in mid-to-late October, with on-campus interviews will follow.
  • Review begins: 30 Sept. 2022
    • This ad looks a great deal like a current VAP faculty member, FYI
  • Request for Zoom interview on October 11. Interviews during weeks of October 17 and October 24.
  • Rejected from shortlist after completion of Zoom interviews on October 28
  • Position has been filled


Nineteenth Century[]

Butler University (USA:IN) - 18th/19th Century to Reconstruction[]

  • Tenure-track faculty member at the rank of assistant professor who is a dedicated educator and innovative scholar of the 18th century to Reconstruction.
  • Preferred areas of interest include African American and Indigenous histories, histories of the North American 18th and 19th century borderlands, comparative framings of slavery and slave resistance in the US and potentially other parts of the Caribbean and/or the Americas.
  • The successful candidate will develop engaging and creative classes based on research interests including an imaginative and expansive course on the Civil War Era. Teaching load for tenure track faculty is three courses per semester.
  • The new faculty member will have the opportunity to affiliate with interdisciplinary programs such as International Studies; Peace and Conflict Studies; Race, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; and/or Science, Technology, and Environmental Studies. Candidates can also contribute to other minors including Museum Studies, Public Health, and African Studies.
  • Applicants should have earned a doctorate in US History at the time of appointment. For questions about the position, contact Dr. Vivian Deno, department chair and chair of the search committee: [[17]].
  • Applicants should submit the following to [[18]]: 1) a cover letter that summarizes the applicant’s scholarship and teaching interests and documents their commitment to inclusive, excellent teaching; 2) a curriculum vitae that includes teaching experience and a list of 3-5 references; 3) and a writing sample. Shortlisted candidates will be asked to provide additional evidence of inclusive teaching excellence including syllabi, descriptions of course activities or assignments, and student evaluations and/or teaching observations; 3 letters of recommendation; and unofficial transcripts. The successful candidate will start August 2023.
  • Review begins 14 Oct. 2022 and will remain open until filled.
    • [9 Nov] Request for additional materials
    • [16 Dec] Zoom interview invite
    • [6 Jan] campus interview invite

California State University Northridge (USA:CA) - Civil War/Reconstruction/Gilded Age[]

  • Full-time tenure-track assistant professor in U.S. History of the Civil War era, Reconstruction, or the Gilded Age with a preferred teaching and research emphasis on issues of race or gender.
  • The successful candidate will be expected to teach either half of the U.S. History survey course, to contribute to the department’s public history program, and to develop undergraduate and graduate courses in their areas of specialization.
  • Screening of applications will begin on 14 Oct. 2022
  • Candidates should apply by completing the CSUN online application. To apply and for more detailed information on the application and hiring process, please visit this link: www.csun.edu/careers.
  • Applicants must submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae that includes contact information for three professional references,  DEI statement, Teaching Statement, and a chapter-length writing sample to the website in the section above. In later stages of the search process, applicants may be requested to provide additional materials and letters of recommendation from their professional references.

Marshall University (USA:WV) - Civil War/Reconstruction Eras[]

  • Tenure-track assistant professor position in the Civil War and Reconstruction eras beginning in August 2023
  • Candidates interviewing on campus must have official transcripts (undergraduate and graduate) forwarded directly to the chair of the search committee by their degree granting institutions, prior to an on-campus interview. We expect candidates will have a Ph.D. in History in hand by July 2023.
  • The application should include all of the following: (1) a cover letter; (2) a CV; (3) three letters of recommendation (Please enter your references' information in the Reference Letter Submission section of the application. Your references will be notified via email to submit their reference letters to the search committee in our Applicant Tracking system); (4) a teaching statement including a plan to establish an inclusive learning environment; (5) evidence of teaching effectiveness (please upload as "other document"); (6) a research statement describing plans and potential impact of scholarly pursuits; (7) a writing sample (please upload as "other attachment"); (8) unofficial transcripts.
  • Review of applications will begin on 2 Dec. 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.
  • 2/16: any update on this search? I hear they are interviewing for another TT position too, so wondering how much it might be impacting both the searches.

Oberlin College (USA:OH) - Civil War/Reconstruction Eras[]

  • full-time tenure track faculty position in Nineteenth Century U.S. History with a specialization in the Civil War and Reconstruction eras. Initial appointment to this position will be for a term of four years, beginning Fall 2023, and will carry the rank of Assistant Professor.
  • Teaching Load: 4.5 courses/year in the general area of the history of the Civil War and Reconstruction era. In addition to teaching topical classes on the Civil War, Reconstruction, and Slavery and Emancipation, the applicant will be expected to periodically teach the first half of the US history survey (American History to 1877) and the department’s required history methods class.
  • Among the qualifications required for appointment is the PhD degree (in hand or expected by first semester of academic year 2023). Candidates must demonstrate interest and potential excellence in undergraduate teaching. Successful teaching experience at the college level is desirable. Oberlin College is committed to student and faculty diversity, equity and inclusion. The incumbent will bring understanding of or experience working with underrepresented and diverse academic populations. Oberlin is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the excellence and diversity of the academic community through their research, teaching, and service.
  • To apply, candidates should visit the online application site found at https://jobs.oberlin.edu. A complete application will be comprised of: 1) a Cover Letter describing your teaching, scholarship, mentorship, and service, detailing any connections to supporting an inclusive learning environment; 2) a Curriculum Vitae; 3) an unofficial graduate transcript; 4) a short writing sample; 5) a statement (or statements) outlining your teaching philosophy and your expertise in diversity, equity, and inclusion; and your plans to support undergraduate research; and 6) Letters of Reference from three recommenders.
  • For full consideration 24 Oct. 2022

Texas Woman's University (USA:TX) - 19th Century/Public History[]

  • Tenure-track Assistant Professor of History position beginning Fall 2023
  • The successful applicant will be trained or experienced in Public History and qualified in American History with a primary field in the 19th century, broadly defined.
  • The position will be responsible for teaching the U.S. History survey courses as well as upper-level and graduate courses in their field and public history.
  • Please submit the following items as a single combined pdf to [[19]]: Cover letter; Curriculum vitae; One page Statement of Teaching Philosophy; One page Research Statement; Copy of graduate transcripts; Contact information for three references (name, address, email, phone number). The e-mail Header or Subject line must include job title and job code IRC45730.
  • Closing date not listed

University of Arkansas at Little Rock (USA:AR) - Before 1880[]

  • Position in US history before 1880 at the rank of tenure-track Assistant Professor to begin on August 16, 2023
  • We aim to find a scholar who will complement our course offerings for a diverse student population and contribute to our graduate program in Public History.
  • The candidate will join faculty that welcomes research and teaching expertise in the histories of race and gender and who is actively engaged with our local community.
  • Preferred experience in developing and teaching upper-level courses in one or both of the following fields: African American history and/or women’s history;
  • The search committee will conduct initial interviews via Zoom. The application deadline is 1 Dec. 2022.
  • Application materials must be submitted through the online application system. Additional information about this position and application requirements are available under the Jobs link on the Human Resources website at http://ualr.edu/humanresources/.
  • Required Documents to Apply: Cover Letter/Letter of Application, Curriculum Vitae, Diversity Statement, List of three Professional References (name, email, business title), Writing Sample

University of Oxford (UK:Eng) - Non-TT[]

  • 1 year Fixed term Departmental Lecturer in Nineteenth-Century United States, to begin 1 Sept. 2023
  • It will be an advantage if the lecturer is able to contribute to two specialist papers on the Civil War Era (Slavery, Emancipation and the Crisis of the Union) and/or Imperial Republic: The United States and Global Imperialism, 1867-1914.
  • The lecturer will also contribute to the delivery of the compulsory undergraduate methods papers Approaches to History and Disciplines of History and contribute to the admissions process for History and its Joint Schools on behalf of St Peter’s College.
  • Deadline: noon 3 July 2023

Western Kentucky University (USA:KY) - Civil War/Reconstruction/19th Century [Advanced Asst./Associate or Full Professor][]

  • Endowed chair, the Richard Frockt Family Chair, to begin August 2023
  • We welcome applications from associate and full professors but will also consider applications from advanced assistant professors who have the teaching record and research profile for promotion.
  • We seek an established scholar who examines the United States Civil War, the Civil War and Reconstruction era, the legacies of the Civil War, the Old or New South, and/or nineteenth century United States history
  • The department seeks a scholar who will offer undergraduate and graduate history courses and work with the Committee on the Civil War and its Legacies and the department to engage the broader public.
  • Application Instructions: To apply, candidates should submit a letter of interest, CV, and contact information for three references at https://www.wku.edu/hr/careers/index.php. Reference letters will be requested by the Search Committee through an online process at a later date. Review of applications will begin on 5 Dec. 2022, although expressions of interest may be considered until the position is filled.
    • [Dec 12th] Invitation for Zoom interview
    • [Jan 20th] Invitation for On Campus Interview

Twentieth Century[]

Coastal Carolina University (USA:SC) - Contemporary US History[]

  • Tenure-track position as an Assistant Professor of Contemporary History beginning August 2023
  • Preference will be given to applicants with a focus in any of the following: African-American studies; human rights; economic development; immigration/migration; sustainability; science, medicine, and/or technology; international affairs; or public diplomacy
  • Applicants with expertise in public history, digital history, or oral history are particularly encouraged to apply as we seek to prepare students for a job market increasingly defined by technology and public engagement.
  • Applicants should demonstrate a commitment to teaching at the undergraduate level, potential teaching excellence at the graduate level, and an active scholarly agenda
  • The successful candidate will teach 6 courses per year: A combination of general education course selections (including The Modern World, US History, History of Science, Technology and Medicine, or The History of Sport & Society) and upper-level courses that contribute to the development of our curriculum and complement current departmental and college programs including the Joyner Institute for Gullah and African Diaspora Studies, Peace & Conflict Studies, Southern Studies, Cultural Heritage, and Interdisciplinary Studies
  • A complete set of application materials must include: a letter of application describing the candidate's interest, qualifications, teaching experience, and scholarly agenda; samples of proposed course syllabi; recent teaching evaluations; an unofficial transcript; curriculum vitae; diversity statement, and the names and contact information of three references
  • A review of applications will begin on 1 Dec. 2022

Harvard University (USA:MA)[]

  • Tenure-track professor in Twentieth Century U.S. History. The appointment is expected to begin on July 1, 2023
  • The committee welcomes applications in a variety of fields, including but not limited to political history, urban history, environmental history, gender history, and the history of political thought.
  • Please submit the following materials through the ARIeS portal (https://academicpositions.harvard.edu/postings/11475). . 1. Cover letter 2. Curriculum Vitae 3. Teaching/advising statement (describing teaching philosophy and practices) 4. Research statement 5. Statement describing efforts to encourage diversity, inclusion, and belonging, including past, current, and anticipated future contributions in these areas. 6. Names and contact information of 3-5 referees, who will be asked by a system-generated email to upload a letter of recommendation once the candidate’s application has been submitted. Three letters of recommendation are required, and the application is considered complete only when at least three letters have been received. At least one letter must come from someone who has not served as the candidate
  • ’s undergraduate, graduate, or postdoctoral advisor. 7. Publications or copies of creative works, if applicable
  • Deadline: 15 Sept. 2022 (with all reference letters submitted by September 20, 2022)
    • [4 Oct.] Zoom interviews scheduled
    • Anyone know what happened with this search?
    • Offer made and accepted.

Howard University (USA:DC)[]

  • tenured position at the rank of Associate Professor of 20th Century United States History, to begin 16 Aug. 2023
  • Any subfield is welcome.
  • Please send an application containing: 1) Cover letter addressing qualifications for the position, as well as an overview of major research projects and their impact on the field; 2) Current curriculum vitae; 3) Names and contact information for at least four references who will provide letters upon request. Applications should be addressed to the Chair of the search committee: Dr. Nikki Taylor, and submitted electronically to nikki.taylor@howard.edu.
  • Review begins: 20 Jan. 2023

Kansas State University (USA:KS) - Military History[]

  • Tenure-track Assistant Professor with expertise in twentieth-century U.S. military history, beginning August 2023.
  • The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the advising and supervising of Masters and PhD students in both History and the interdisciplinary Security Studies program, offer undergraduate and graduate courses in their areas of expertise, and be able to teach a broad range of undergraduate courses in U.S. military history.
  • Minimum Qualifications: PhD in hand by the start of the appointment
  • Preferred Qualifications: A specific topic of expertise not currently represented among Department of History faculty; Interdisciplinary training or background; Record of peer-reviewed publications; Teaching experience and a record of accomplishment in the classroom
  • Please submit the following documents in ONE pdf file: Cover Letter; Curriculum Vitae; Graduate Transcripts; Writing Sample
  • Review of Applications Begins: 15 Nov. 2022

Montana State University (USA:MT) - US in Twentieth Century[]

  • Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Twentieth-Century US History
  • We are particularly interested in applicants whose work focuses on, but is not limited to, the history of civil rights, including Indigenous activism, and political movements broadly construed.
  • The successful candidate will teach undergraduate courses in their areas of specialization and graduate courses in the department’s growing M.A. and Ph.D. programs and its public history program. All faculty are encouraged to develop new courses that integrate scholarship and teaching.
  • Required Qualifications: Ph.D. in History or related fields by August 17, 2023.; Demonstrated preparation and expertise (or promise of expertise) in the History of the United States in the Twentieth Century; Demonstrated promise of excellence in both teaching and scholarship.
  • Required applicant documents: Cover letter addressing research and teaching; A Response to the Required Qualifications; Curriculum vitae; A list of three references and their contact information (letters of recommendation will be requested from candidates who have been shortlisted).
  • Screening of applications will begin on 24 Nov. 2022 and will continue until an adequate pool is established.
    • [9 Dec. 2022] Request for more materials.
    • [1 Feb. 2023] Campus visits scheduled

Montana State University - Billings (USA:MT) - Modern US/American West/Environmental History[]

  • Assistant Professor of History responsible for teaching a variety of courses in Modern US History, the American West (including the History of Montana), Environmental History, and US History Surveys
  • Required Qualifications - Ph.D. or evidence of advanced ABD
  • Required Documents: Curriculum Vitae; Cover Letter; Transcript; unofficial is acceptable (5 MB max.); Philosophy Statement
  • Applications received by 2 Dec. 2022 will be given preference review
    • [31 Jan] - Has anyone heard about this one?
    • [8 Feb] - phone interview in December, campus visit in January, haven't heard since

Oberlin College (USA:OH) - nonTT[]

  • full-time non-continuing faculty position in the College of Arts and Sciences. Appointment to this position will be for a term of two years beginning Fall 2023 and will carry the rank of Visiting Assistant Professor.
  • Teaching Load: 5 courses/year in the general area of Twentieth Century USHistory, including the second half of the US survey, two intermediate-level classes, and twoadvanced classes in their area of specialization.
  • Among the qualifications required for appointment is the Ph.D. degree (in hand or expected by August 2023)
  • Deadline: not stated in ad, ad expires 10 Mar. 2023

St. Louis University (USA:MO) - 20th/21st Century US and World, Latino/Latina, or Greater Caribbean[]

  • Tenure-track faculty position as Assistant Professor of US History, with specialization in the experience of Latinos and/or Caribbean people in the US and/or US connections to Latin America and the Greater Caribbean.
  • We invite scholars whose research speaks to global patterns, the movement of peoples, and transnational cultures.
  • To apply, please visit SLU’s Workday portal at https://slu.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/Careers.
  • We ask that applicants upload the following materials there: (1) a cover letter which includes plans for future course development and research in the Department of History; (2) a curriculum vitae; and (3) a statement of teaching philosophy. On the Workday page “Application Questions 2 of 2,” you will be required to supply information about three academic references, including names, phone numbers, and email addresses. Additionally, Workday requires all applicants to SLU to complete a statement on the page “Application Questions 1 of 2” about their understanding of Jesuit identity and values. Lastly, SLU Workday applications must be completed in one sitting; you will not be able to revise it once it is submitted.
  • The position will remain open until filled; review of applications begins 1 Dec. 2022

St. Michael's College (USA:VT) - Modern US, 1865-Present[]

  • Assistant Professor of History (1865 - Present) to start in August 2023. This is a tenure-track position.
  • The teaching responsibilities include a general survey of U.S. History from 1865 to today, specialized courses and seminars in the candidate’s areas of specialization and interest, and opportunities to advise theses and independent research.
  • Candidates in all subfields of U.S. history are encouraged to apply, and preference will be given to candidates whose work focuses on race, gender, medicine, and/or public history.
  • Please be prepared to attach the following documents after clicking on the Apply Now button: Cover letter; Curriculum vitae; Statement of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: 1 – 2 pages answering the following prompts: How have diversity and inclusion informed your teaching and research? Please provide examples demonstrating your commitment to cultivating equity and inclusion in academic communities; Share how you have become more aware of issues of diversity and inclusion, as well as social inequity, and how you are prepared to work in an institution committed to fostering and affirming an intentionally inclusive environment.; How will you support and contribute to the mission of the College: “To contribute through higher education to the enhancement of the human person and to the advancement of human culture in the light of the Catholic faith; Names and contact information for three references. Reference letters will be requested at a later stage
  • Review of applications begins 5 Dec. 2022
    • [31 Jan] Search postponed until next year

University of Houston (USA:TX) - War and American Society [Associate Professor][]

  • Tenured, Associate Professor in Twentieth-Century U.S. History.
  • We seek applicants whose research and teaching interests focus on War and American Society. Successful candidates should have extensive experience training students, a notable body of scholarly research and publication commensurate with a tenured Associate Professor, and a demonstrable track record of excellent undergraduate and graduate teaching.
  • The department particularly seeks a candidate with several years full-time experience teaching introductory survey courses in American history, undergraduate courses for majors in Cold War history, film and popular culture, and national security studies. Teaching responsibilities include U.S. survey courses as well as upper division and graduate courses appropriate to the candidate’s areas of specialty.
  • Candidates should have received tenure and the rank of associate professor at a comparable institution and should have a professional dedication to teaching and executing an active research agenda.
  • Complete applications should include a letter of introduction, CV, a writing sample, and the names and contact information for three references.
  • Review of applications will begin 15 Oct. 2022

University of Nevada Las Vegas (USA:NV) - [Non-TT] Modern[]

  • non-tenure track, full-time,Assistant Professor-in-Residence in Modern US History
  • Teaching Load: is typically 12 credit hours per semester, or a 4/4 course load the successful candidate will teach both existing US surveys and 20th century period courses but also be prepared to propose new courses on broader historical themes and methods in the candidate's area of specialization. We particularly encourage applications from candidates whose interests and experiences prepare them to teach on cultural transformations and change, integrating areas such as transnational or comparative history, labor, popular culture, gender, and race.
  • Submit a letter of interest, a detailed resumé listing qualifications and experience, a teaching statement highlighting the candidate’s experience and commitment to teaching effectiveness in the discipline of History, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of at least three professional references who may be contacted. References will not be contacted until the search chair notifies you in advance. Applicants should fully describe their qualifications and experience, with specific reference to each of the minimum and preferred qualifications because this is the information on which the initial review of materials will be based. Application materials should emphasize how the candidate will approach teaching US History at a Minority-Serving Institution with a high proportion of non-traditional and first-generation college students.
  • Review begins: 16 Dec. 2022

Utah Tech University (USA:UT)[]

  • Tenure-track Assistant Professor in the field of 20th Century U.S. History, with a minor concentration in at least one of the following subfields (in no particular order): Gender and Women's history, Native American history, military history, or global history (Africa, Latin America, Middle East).
  • Teaching is the primary focus of this position.
  • Candidates must submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, contact information for three professional references (including email addresses), transcripts, and a Student Success Statement (1-2 pages about their teaching or other experience, successes, and challenges in working with a diverse student population).   Please upload all the requested documents when you submit your application.
  • Application review begins 14 Nov. 2022 & position open until filled

Utah Valley University (USA:UT)[]

  • 9 month tenure-track assistant professorship in U.S. history (20th century to present) beginning in Fall 2023
  • Teaching Load: 4/4 uring the academic year, the successful candidate will teach lower-division surveys in U.S. Economic and Modern U.S. history, an upper-division course in Utah history, and courses in their areas of specialization
  • The application must include a cover letter, CV, graduate transcript, writing sample, teaching statement, and contact information for three references. PhD in History must be completed by date of appointment.The search committee expects to conduct first-round interviews online in late January
  • Deadline: 19 Dec. 2022
    • [Jan. 23] Any updates on this position?

Virginia Military Institute (USA:VA) - Military History Since 1939 [Associate Professor][]

  • Tenure-track associate professor for the George J. Collins Chair in Military History.
  • Teaching Load: 2/2 including small seminars (capped at 12 cadets) in various military history topics and a regular two-semester sequence:  U.S. Military History To 1919 and U.S. Military History Since 1919 (with enrollment capped at 22 cadets.)
  • The Collins Chair is especially well suited for a rising mid-career scholar with an ongoing record of research and publication in military history specializing in the era since 1939.   
  • The primary service obligation—and reason for a reduced teaching load from 3/3 to 2/2—is directing the John A. Adams ’71 Center for Military History and Strategic Analysis, founded in 2003 to promote innovation in military history and strategic studies of the Cold War era.  The annual six-figure operating budget supports conferences, a Cold War oral history project, faculty research, sponsorship of competitions for outstanding articles and dissertations in military history, and other initiatives consistent with the center’s mission. The department and the Center’s advisory board anticipate that the successful candidate will continue such activities while pursuing the goal of making the Center a recognized national resource for Cold War history. The position requires service to the Institute and department and support for The Journal of Military History in addition to the duties enumerated above—the successful candidate will also be expected to embrace substantial engagement with cadets beyond the classroom, including academic advising.
  • Applicants must have an earned doctorate in history and possess significant teaching experience in military history at the college level. The most attractive applicants will possess significant administrative experience—preferably in an academic context—including familiarity with strategic planning, programmatic deployment, collaborative engagement, and personnel management.
  • Applicants must complete an online state application and submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and an unofficial transcript of all graduate course work on-line at https://virginiajobs.peopleadmin.com/postings/8751
  • In addition to the materials submitted online through this website, applicants should have three letters of recommendation (including comments on teaching) submitted via InterFolio Dossier or sent via email to shaferdp@vmi.edu.  Samples of scholarship not available in JSTOR may be sent as scanned documents via email to shaferdp@vmi.edu.
  • Deadline: 14 Oct. 2022.

Washington University in St. Louis (USA:MO) - Race, Ethnicity, and Migration[]

  • Tenure-track assistant professor in the history of race, ethnicity, and migration in the 20th-century US to begin in the fall of 2023.
  • The successful candidate’s scholarship and teaching will focus on migrations that transformed the 20th-century US, including the transnational forces that shaped those migrations and multiple identities that emerged from them. The Department welcomes scholars of race in the most capacious sense.
  • Preferred areas of expertise include comparative race and ethnic studies, comparative migration studies, and/or public history.
  • Among the classes to be taught will be an introductory course on global forces that created multicultural, multiracial, and multiethnic societies in the US context.
  • A PhD in hand by August 1, 2023, and strong evidence of scholarly potential are required. Please send a letter of application, c.v., and three letters of reference (under separate cover) via Interfolio. Screening of applications will begin on 1 Oct. 2022.
    • [15 Oct] Request for additional materials
    • [28 Oct] Zoom interviews scheduled
    • [11 Nov] Campus visit scheduled
    • [17 Dec] Anyone get an offer yet?
    • [18 Dec] I heard there were 3 finalists (including me). I did not get an offer yet, but I assume one has gone out!
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