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Boston College (USA:MA) - non-tt[]

  • two Visiting Assistant Professorships, beginning August 2023.
  • Appointments are renewable pending successful annual reviews for a maximum term of three years.
  • Teaching: Visiting faculty typically teach a linked sequence of two survey courses, “Globalization I” (Fall) and “Globalization II” (Spring).
  • Ph.D. in History or related discipline should be conferred between August 1, 2020, and August 1, 2023.
  • Applicants should submit to Interfolio: a cover letter, CV, article-length writing sample, and teaching portfolio that includes two recent sets of teaching evaluations, and a sample syllabus for a year-long History Core course. Applicants should also arrange for one letter of reference to be submitted via Interfolio.
  • Deadline: 1 Apr. 2023
  • Interviews for finalists will be conducted by zoom in late April.

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

  • full-time, entry-level, 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, to begin Aug. 2023
  • An interest in and background for teaching courses concerning Islamic religious belief and practice would be welcome but is not required.
  • Teaching Load 6 courses/year, candidate is expected to: Teach both foundational as well as advanced courses on the historical and present-day realities of members of the Asian diaspora at the BA and MA levels.; Participate in the development of an Asian American Studies program at Brooklyn College; Teach courses that are part of CUNY's Pathways general education curriculum. (
  • From our job posting system, select "Apply Now", create or log in to a user account, and provide the requested information. If you are viewing this posting from outside our system, please visit 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
  • Review begins: 19 Dec. 2022

Carleton University (CAN:ON) - Public History/Indigenous Museology[]

  • preliminary (tenure-track) cross- appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning July 1, 2023
  • In addition to First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples, we welcome those who would contribute to the further diversification of our University including, but not limited to: women; visible minorities; persons with disabilities; and persons of any sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression. In accordance with the University’s Employment Equity Program and pursuant to the Ontario Human Rights Code Section 14, this selection will be limited to Indigenous peoples. Candidates from Indigenous communities and the groups noted above are encouraged to self-identify.
  • The ideal candidate will demonstrate an engagement with Indigenous cultures, histories, or art-making practices, and how these have been represented or performed in institutional and/or non-institutional spaces and sites. Relevant areas of expertise include History, Art History, Anthropology, Indigenous Studies, Museum Studies, Heritage Studies, Cultural Studies, Digital Humanities, or a related discipline. The geographical focus of specialization is Turtle Island, the lands now called Canada, the United States, and Mexico. This is an Indigenous-specific position. First Nations, Métis, and Inuit scholars are particularly welcome, but Indigenous scholars globally are eligible to apply.
  • This joint position will support ISCLAC’s Graduate Diploma in Curatorial Studies and the Department of History’s MA in Public History and its Public History concentrations at the B.A. and Ph.D. level. The position includes undergraduate and graduate teaching, graduate supervision, involvement in the running of graduate programs, and active participation in the collegial governance of their academic units, proportional to a 50/50 joint appointment. The successful candidate will be expected to lead a program of independent research, which may include curatorial practice, and engage with partnering cultural institutions and communities. The successful candidate will contribute to ongoing efforts and initiatives towards Indigenizing and decolonization.
  • Teaching Load: 4 courses/year
  • As part of their letter of application, the applicant should include: a clear statement indicating their relationship to the Indigenous community that claims them; a statement indicating if they are currently legally eligible to work in Canada; a statement that reflects their perspectives on and/or experience dealing with issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion in teaching, service, or scholarly activities. The letter of application and a curriculum vitae should be emailed as an attachment in a combined, single PDF file to department administrator Darlene Moss ([[1]]). Applicants should also arrange for three individuals, including both academic and Indigenous community connections, to send letters of recommendation directly to department administrator Darlene Moss ([[2]]). All materials should be received by February 21, 2023. No other materials will be accepted, but teaching or research examples may be requested at a later stage. Questions about the position should be directed to the committee chair, Dr. James Opp ([[3]]).
  • Closing date: February 21, 2023

Coastal Carolinia University (USA:SC) - Contemporary[]

  • 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.
  • Teaching Load: 6 courses/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.
  • Applicants must apply online at 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
  • Review begins: 1 Dec. 2022

Community College of Rhode Island (USA:RI) - World Civ with Latin America, Africa, Asia, or the Middle East[]

  • 9 month Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of History, to start Jan 2023 (non-negotiable)
  • Teaching: the following undergraduate courses: World Civilizations and courses related to an area of regional specialty in Latin America, Africa, Asia, or the Middle East
  • A Master’s Degree in History with at least 12 graduate hours focused on Latin America, Africa, or the Middle East, is required; Doctorate is preferred
  • Finalists will be required to provide a teaching demonstration, official college transcripts, and recommendation letter
  • Deadline: 3 Oct. 2022

De Montfort, University of Leicester (UK:Eng)[]

  • Lecturer (~asst/assoc prof) in History.
  • The successful candidate will have teaching experience and research interests in any period of modern history since c. 1780. Preference will give to candidates with knowledge and/or experience of one or more of the following: Cold War history; American history; or environmental history.
  • Teaching: You will also contribute to other team-taught courses on historiography, methodology, and histories of the “long” nineteenth century at undergraduate level.
  • Deadline: 23 Jul. 2023

Eastern Oregon University (USA:OR)[]

  • Full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of History to start in Fall 2023.
  • We seek a scholar whose expertise addresses the history of globalization, migrations, and environment, with consideration of climate-related migration and its political, economic and social impacts throughout history.
  • Successful candidates must hold a Ph.D. in History by the time of appointment.
  • Teaching Load: 36 quarter credits per academic year (2-3 courses each term), some of which are online, with an additional 9 credits dedicated to scholarship, service to the institution, and community outreach. In addition to teaching undergraduate surveys in World Civilizations, the successful candidate will develop upper division courses that explore the themes of global migration and environmental history.
  • Deadline: not stated in ad, ad expires 10 Apr. 2023.

Erskine College (USA:SC) - World, Europe or US[]

  • Assistant Professor of History (Tenure-Track) to begin in Fall 2023.
  • The successful applicant will have a primary field in World History, Europe since 1800, or US since 1877. Applicants should be able and willing to teach the World History surveys (before and after 1600).
  • Teaching Load: 4/4
  • Questions can be directed to Dr. Alessandra Brivio (, Chair of the Department of History and Political Science. Erskine College is a Christian college and applicants should be committed Christians. The online application includes a link to upload a letter of application, a resume or curriculum vitae, a statement describing the candidate’s faith, and a list of references. Candidates will be asked to consent to central tenets of Erskine’s Christian mission.
  • Deadline: 9 Apr. 2023

Harvard Business School (USA:MA)[]

  • Tenure Track Position in History, to begin 1 Jul. 2023
  • While candidates may study any geographic region or time period, we are especially looking for scholars whose research focuses on one or more of the following areas: business-government relations, economic development, democratic governance, international institutions and/or international relations, law, political economy, public policy, and trade.
  • All applicants should have excellent academic credentials and a demonstrated potential for conducting outstanding research. The School is particularly interested in applicants with interdisciplinary interests and a strong record of, or potential for, excellence in teaching.
  • Teaching: Successful candidates will, at the outset, teach a required first-year MBA course on the economic, political, and social environment of business.
  • Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, description of research-in-progress, published articles or working papers, dissertation chapters or other writing samples, statement of teaching interests and, if applicable, teaching evaluations. In addition, three confidential letters of recommendation are required, which should be submitted through the online portal by the referees.
  • Deadline: 17 Oct. 2022

Kings College London (UK:Eng)- non-TT, History of Empire[]

  • 12 months full-time Lecturer in the History of Empire, from 1 September 2023.
  • The post-holder will help to research and coordinate ‘King’s Past’, a project on the history of King’s College London and its relationship to empire and other forms of power. You will help to develop and maintain a project website, liaising with King’s Digital Lab and the College archives.
  • Teaching: You will be responsible for teaching the module 5AAH9I01 Investigating the Colonial Past of King’s College London, as well as leading public engagement activities in this area. In addition, you will teach on the modules 4AAH0001 Historical Skills, Sources and Approaches and 5AAH0001/5AAH0002 History and Memory, as well as making contributions to the MA in World History and Cultures. You will also be expected to contribute to the administration and pastoral provision of the Department of History.
  • Deadline: 19 Jul. 2023

North Carolina State University (USA:NC) - [Senior Hire][]

  • Department Head, History
  • The Department of History is seeking an outstanding individual with a strong commitment to academic and research excellence commensurate with the expectations of a major research university, a proven record of effective leadership, and a visionary approach to administration. The Department Head will assist in promoting research, outreach, graduate training, and undergraduate education in the department.
  • Application Materials: 2-page cover letter, CV, 1-page statement of leadership philosophy, 3 references
  • Deadline: not stated in ad, ad expires 31 Oct. 2022

ShanghaiTech University (CHN)[]

  • Institute of Humanities is inviting applications for tenure-track and teaching positions including professors, associate professors and assistant professors: Chinese history, World history, Historical theory,Art history
  • Requirements for Professors, Associate professors: Excellent academic background, PhD degree, undergraduate and graduate studies should be carried out at renowned universities. Capable of continuously publishing high-impact research articles on important or topjournals, outstanding achievements in his/her area of research. High academic reputation in relevant area. Available for full-time work. Teach three or more differentcourses.
  • Requirements for Assistant professors: PhD degree form first-tier universities or first-tier disciplines. Proven track record of excellent research capacity and potential, active in academic thinking. Research achievements recognized by experts in relevant field, capable of opening at least three different undergraduate courses. Available for full-time work.
  • Application Procedure : Your personal resume with information about education background, work experience, publications, research programs and academic awards. Cover letter with brief introduction of your research and teaching experience as well as your future plan. Provide detailed contact information of your three referees and we may contact them directly for sending the reference letters if necessary. Please also indicate your relations with the referees. 3-5 representative papers or monograph (full text in electronic version). Please send the above application documents to
  • Deadline: not stated in ad, ad expires 31 Jan. 2023

Stanford University (USA:CA) - Non-TT[]

  • 3-year Lecturer position in any sub-field and historical period; The appointment would be for three academic years with a possibility of renewal.
  • Teaching Load: 6 courses/year Two of these courses will be offered through Stanford’s COLLEGE program, and four will be offered in the History Department. The position will also assist with developing and mounting the History Department’s undergraduate capstone requirement
  • Successful candidate must have their Ph.D. in History in hand no later than July 1, 2023.
  • Applicants should submit the following materials online at : Cover letter discussing the applicant’s interests and qualifications, including their demonstrated excellence in teaching especially with first year students; their research and teaching related to the Stanford COLLEGE curriculum; their intellectual flexibility to teach in an interdisciplinary general education program; possible course topics to teach in the History Department. Curriculum vitae; Course evaluations of the last undergraduate course taught; Three letters of recommendation, at least one of which speaks to the applicant’s teaching. Letters shall be uploaded by the referees directly via AJO.
  • For Full consideration: 31 Mar. 2023
  • Anyone hear from Stanford yet?

Texas A&M International University (USA:TX)[]

  • full-time, tenure track, Assistant Professor of History with a research specialty in a field of Non-Western History including Asia, Africa, Middle East, African Diaspora
  • Required qualifications include an earned doctorate in History (advanced ABDs will be considered for Visiting Assistant Professor appointment)
  • Teaching: ability to teach courses in a non-Western field of history; ability to teach survey courses in Eastern or World Civilizations; and willingness to teach US history survey courses.
  • Completed employment application must include a cover letter, curriculum vita, evidence of teaching ability and scholarship potential, along with the names and contact information of for three (3) current professional references. Interested, qualified candidates must apply via our online employment system at
  • For full consideration: 15 Dec. 2022

Queen Mary University of London (UK:Eng) - [Senior Hire][]

  • Head of School of History and Professor in History
  • The Head of School position will start from 1st September 2023 and run for a limited term of 5 years (renewable) alongside a permanent professorial appointment. In recognition of the significance of the Head of School role, Queen Mary protects the postholder’s time by allowing 80% of full-time hours to be dedicated to the leadership and management activities of the School, with the balance devoted to academic activity. On the completion of the Head of School position, the postholder will then move to a substantive professorial post on an indefinite, full time basis.
  • Applications are invited from professorial level historians with proven strengths in academic leadership and management who show evidence of strategic vision and a strong commitment to help foster an ambitious, inclusive, and collegiate environment. You will have a significant track-record of high-quality research in your designated field, including internationally renowned research outputs, and significant experience of developing research proposals and securing external research funding. You will need experience of developing and delivering research-led teaching and assessment at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and an understanding of student support needs. You will also have experience of managing research staff or teaching teams, and a clear commitment to inclusion and staff development.
  • Applications should consist of a completed online application form and accompanying CV.
  • Deadline: 15 Feb. 2023
  • Interviews are expected to be held at our Mile End campus on Thursday 9th March 2023.

Queen Mary, University of London (UK:Eng) - Cold War History, non-TT[]

  • 1-year fixed-term Lecturer in Cold War History.
  • Teaching: The post holder will be expected to deliver high-quality teaching and participate in activities to improve student education, welfare, engagement, and overall experience. The Lecturer in Cold War History will contribute to the teaching of existing modules in the Global Cold War, twentieth-century United States history, and skills training for undergraduate History students.
  • Deadline: 19 Jun. 2023

Union College, Lincoln, (USA:NEE)[]

  • Union College seeks a History professor to teach various courses in global non-western history, cultural history, political science, and/or ancient/classical history in the Politics, History, and International Relations (PHIR) program starting in the Fall 2023 semester
  • PhD in History preferred, Master’s degree in History required; Experience teaching history classes (secondary and/or college level); Relevant work experience in museums, historical preservation, or travel and tourism also considered
  • Special Requirement: An expressed commitment to Jesus Christ, the teachings and mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church; a Seventh-day Adventist church member in good and regular standing
  • Teaching: 4/4 (12 Credit Hours)
  • Applicants should complete an application and upload (as one document) cover letter and references. Submission of materials as a PDF is preferable
  • applications will be considered until position filled (job posted 11 Jan)

United States Air Force Academy (USA:CO) - Military/World, Non-TT[]

  • 2 posts: The Department of History at the United States Air Force Academy seeks applicants with expertise in military history or world/global history for a two-year term appointment at the rank of instructor beginning in August 2023.
  • While not required, a demonstrated ability to teach the history of science and technology and/or history of the Middle East is highly desired.
  • Teaching: Applicants should possess and demonstrate the ability to teach in one of the core (general-education) military and world history courses offered to all USAF Academy students. Successful applicants for these positions may also teach upper-division courses related to their area of specialization, with responsibility for lesson planning and preparation, course instruction, grading, class exercises, exams, assessment, and academic advising.
  • Applicants can also access the official job announcement by visiting the USAJobs website at and searching for USAJOBS Control Number 706208700. The position is accessible directly at
  • Deadline: 30 Mar. 2023
  • Has anyone heard anything? (4 May)

Universiteit van Amsterdam (NDL) - Black History[]

  • Assistant Professor in Black History
  • We offer permanent employment upon a satisfactory evaluation following a temporary employment contract of a maximum of 18 months with a probationary period of two months.
  • You are a researcher in the field of Black history with expertise in African, Caribbean, European and/or diasporic twentieth-century histories. You have a strong publication record in (one of) these areas or clear potential to develop one. You have a proven flair for collaborative projects with colleagues in the history domain and elsewhere, an interest in developing new didactic modules, and an ability and enthusiasm to share your knowledge beyond academic circles.
  • Applications should include the following information (submitted in one .pdf): a letter of motivation; a detailed CV; a list of publications; the names and email addresses of two references who can provide letters of recommendation. Only complete applications received within the response period via the link below will be considered.
  • Deadline: 19 Mar. 2023
  • The interviews will be held in the week of 3 April 2023. A trial lecture may be part of the application procedure.

University at Buffalo, State University of New York (USA:NY) - History of Health, Disability, and/or Science, South Asian expertise preferred[]

  • associate or full professor, tenure-line faculty position in the History of Health, Disability, and/or Science. Regional expertise expected in Asia or Latin America, with a preference for South Asia.
  • Specialty may be in any time period
  • We seek a colleague who will help anchor a growing interdisciplinary research focus in Global Health, Disability, Science, and Gender at UB, formally identified as an area of expansion and investment by the university leadership. This search is part of a cluster of hires, with the History Department focusing on the intersection of Health, Disability, and/or Science. The successful candidate will join a collegial and energetic department that is already home to active programs in Disability Studies and the medical humanities, as well as faculty focused on the histories of gender, race, and empire. We aim to deepen departmental expertise in decolonial epistemologies; gendered health disparities; Indigenous knowledges and practices; biomedicine and pharmacopeia within south-south exchanges and migrations; lived experiences of poverty, disability, and displacement; and the subaltern politics and social contexts of science.
  • Teaching Load: 2/2
  • Review begins: 14 Feb. 2023 (applications accepted until position filled)

University of Aarhus (DEN) - [Senior Hire][]

  • Full professorship within the field of history. The position is permanent and is available from 1 January 2023, or as soon as possible thereafter.
  • The position is an open one and we welcome applications from candidates working in any field related to the department’s current strengths (see below). The professor will take a leading role in the future development of our thriving research and educational environment. Candidates will be able to document excellence in historical research and an outstanding publications record. Evidence of success in gaining external research funding and experience of managing research projects is an advantage, as is the ability to nurture international collaboration. The professor will also be expected to take an active role in supervising and supporting early career scholars, in knowledge dissemination and in teaching at BA and MA level.
  • Most of the department’s BA and MA teaching is conducted in Danish, but applicants must also be able to teach and supervise in English at university level. Applicants who are not fluent in Danish will be expected to acquire the language within a period of approximately two years.
  • Deadline: 12 Sept. 2022

University of Essex (UK: Eng) - Heritage Studies[]

  • Lecturer (~Assistant Professor) in Heritage Studies (full time, with eligibility for permanency).
  • While the area of expertise within Heritage Studies is open, applications from specialists in the following areas are particularly welcome: digital heritage; critical heritage studies; museum studies; heritage and visual culture; heritage and human rights; heritage and environment/sustainability; heritage and decolonisation
  • The successful candidate will engage in individual and/or collaborative research activity; generate external research funding appropriate in scale to career stage
  • Teaching: teach UG and PGT modules in Heritage Studies and related subjects; direct BA and MA courses in Heritage Studies; lead on new course and module development; and supervise student projects.
  • Deadline: 30 May 2023
  • Intend to interview 13 June 2023

University of Nottingham Ningbo China (CHN) - Europe & International, non-TT[]

  • Associate Professor in European and International History in the fields of International Studies
  • Term not stated in ad, listed as Fixed-Term/Contract
  • This is a re-advertised open position available to fill immediately and those who have recently applied need not apply again. Candidates at Assistant Professor level with credentials to be appointed at a higher level are also encouraged to apply.
  • Teaching: Applicants must evidence ability to teach core courses in European History and can go beyond their specialism contributing to the broader teaching in International Studies. Candidates should also be well-positioned to contribute to and/or to convene specialist courses such as The Silk Road: Cultural Interactions and Perceptions, The History of Political Thought and Roads to Modernity, Europe 1600-1939. The role holder will take responsibility for maintaining high teaching standards and contribute generally to the development of teaching, teaching methods and assessments in International Studies.
  • An established or growing international research profile in European and International History will be considered essential. Also required is a clear research strategy that has the potential to result in grant capture and world-leading publications. Candidates will be expected to act as principal investigator on major research projects in their field of expertise and identify opportunities for the development of new research projects. An active contribution to the research cluster Global, Imperial and Transnational Histories will also be expected.
  • Applicants are invited to submit their applications by clicking the 'Apply' button by 23 July 2023 which should include the following: a cover letter, an up-to-date CV, a publication list. Informal enquiries may be addressed to Dr David Kiwuwa, the Head of School of International Studies at email:
  • Deadline: 23 Jul. 2023

University of Pittsburgh (USA:PA) - Non-TT, pref. excl. Americas/Atlantic[]

  • full-time Teaching Assistant Professorship, to begin Aug 2023
  • This position will be for a three-year period and is renewable based on need, funding, and performance.
  • Teaching Load 3/3 We welcome candidates who are dedicated to excellence in undergraduate teaching. We are open to candidates specializing in any historical time period and thematic field. As for their regional specialization, we seek candidates who teach courses on any region of the world outside of the Americas and the Atlantic world.
  • Ph.D. in History (or closely related field) in hand by August 2023.
  • Your application should include: 1) Cover letter of 1-2 pages that includes a description of your research interests and teaching experience. 2) CV, including a list of courses taught. 3) Teaching Portfolio that includes a statement of your teaching philosophy and/or pedagogical practices, and that provides evidence of your teaching effectiveness through student evaluations, model assignments for a classroom, and at least one syllabus that includes a course description and outlines learning goals and assessment strategies. 4) Diversity Statement of 1-2 pages. Please explain how your past, planned, or potential contributions or experiences relating to diversity, equity, and inclusion would advance the University of Pittsburgh’s commitment to inclusive excellence. 5) Three letters of recommendation. To apply, please visit The requisition number for this position is 23000806.
  • Review begins: 13 Mar. 2023 and continues until position filled.

University of Pittsburgh (USA:PA) - Non-TT, pref hist STM[]

  • full-time, appointment-stream Teaching Assistant Professor to begin Fall 2023.
  • This position, which is outside of the tenure stream, will be for a three-year period and is potentially renewable based on need, funding, and performance
  • Field of specialization is open but candidates with experience teaching in the history of environment, medicine, health and healthcare, and science are particularly welcome for existing courses within the online curricular offerings.
  • Teaching Load 3/3: In consultation with both the History Department and CGS, three will be taught online and three in-person
  • Ph.D. in hand by August 2023
  • Applications should include: 1. Cover letter of 1-2 pages, addressed to John Stoner, chair of the search committee. Include a description of your research interests and teaching experience. 2. Current CV, including a list of courses taught and locations. 3. Teaching Portfolio (12 pages max) which includes a statement of teaching philosophy and/or pedagogical practices in both in-person and online teaching, evidence of teaching effectiveness, such as student evaluations and/or model assignments for an online classroom and an abbreviated syllabus which outlines a course description, learning goals, assessment strategies and a sample module. 4. Diversity Statement of 1-2 pages in which you share how your past, planned, or potential contributions or experiences relating to diversity, equity, and inclusion will advance the University of Pittsburgh’s commitment to inclusive excellence. 5. Three confidential professional letters of recommendation. To apply, visit The requisition number for this position is 23000788.
  • Review begins: 13 Mar. 2023 and continues until position filled.

Wabash College (USA:IA) - Latin America and/or the Global South[]

  • Tenure track Assistant or Associate Professor from scholars working in any chronological area and specialization of Latin America and the Global South History (Latin America, Africa, Middle East, Oceania), to begin 1 Jul. 2023
  • Candidates with expertise in digital history, public history, or oral history are particularly encouraged to apply as we seek to meet the needs of students in the twenty-first century job market increasingly defined by technology and public engagement. The Department seeks candidates who also will teach World History and contribute to all-college courses, and seeks to hire from a diverse and inclusive applicant pool.
  • Teaching Load: 3/3
  • Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vita, statement of teaching philosophy, a diversity statement that articulates a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion through teaching, service, and research, evidence of teaching effectiveness, writing sample, three email addresses of recommenders through which to solicit recommendations, and unofficial undergraduate and graduate transcripts
  • Review begins: 4 Nov. 2022
  • Intend to interview virtually in Dec, on campus in Jan/Feb

Westmont College (USA:CA) - Non-Western[]

  • tenure-track position in non-Western History at the rank of assistant or associate professor.
  • We are open to any area of geographical concentration outside of North America, Europe, and the Middle East
  • Teaching Load: 3/3 the candidate is expected to teach several sections of a GE core course on World History since 1350 as well as upper division courses in his or her field of specialization
  • Westmont, a liberal arts college in the Protestant evangelical tradition
  • Review begins: 15 Oct. 2022


James Madison University (USA:VA) - pref. w/sexuality[]

  • tenure-track assistant professor in Ancient History with a preference for candidates whose research and teaching focuses on the history of sexuality, to begin Aug. 2023
  • Candidates must hold a PhD in History or a related discipline with significant coursework in History by the time of appointment.
  • To learn more and to apply, go to and reference posting F2001 or go to
  • Review begins: 4 Nov. 2022


Medieval/Early Modern[]

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

  • Lecturer in Medieval and/or Early Modern History (Education and Scholarship) - This full time role is available 1 August 2023 to 31 July 2024
  • You will be able to design, develop, produce, and deliver teaching and learning material across a range of modules, within the area of Medieval and/or Early Modern History, and the history of the body in particular. You will be able to teach a broad range of topics, contributing to the teaching of core modules at all levels, as well as supervising independent research projects in your specialist field. You will have a keen interest in Decolonising the Curriculum, which is a priority for the Department, Faculty, and wider University. You will also be expected to act as Personal Tutor for undergraduate students, and to play a part in the administrative work of the department, when required. This is a non-renewable, maternity-leave cover post.
  • Deadline: 8 Jun. 2023

Early Modern[]

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

  • Lecturer in Early Modern History Education, for 12 months full-time from 1 September 2023
  • The post-holder will specialize in any part of the period 1500-1800.
  • Teaching: Your responsibilities will include teaching the module 4AAH0003 Early Modern Worlds. In addition, you will teach on the module 4AAH0001 Historical Skills, Sources and Approaches as well as making contributions to the MA in Early Modern History. You will also be expected to contribute to the administration and pastoral provision of the Department of History.
  • Deadline: 19 Jul. 2023

University of Nottingham (UK:Eng) - seventeenth-century Europe and/or the Atlantic World[]

  • Assistant Professor with demonstrable research and teaching excellence on early modern history with particular reference to conflict in seventeenth-century Europe and/or the Atlantic World, to being 1 Sept 2023
  • You will have a PhD in history, with research expertise and/or teaching experience at undergraduate level relating to the British Civil Wars
  • Deadline: 12 June 2023

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

  • Career Development Fellowship in Early Modern History at Keble College, Oxford, tenable from 1 October 2023 or as soon as possible thereafter. This is a fixed-term four-year position supported by funding from the Middlebury College-CMRS Oxford Humanities Program
  • The College and the Program are seeking to appoint an outstanding early career academic with research interests and teaching abilities in Early Modern History (c.1400- c.1750). Applications are welcome from historians working in any aspect of the period, including those with interests in non-European history.
  • Teaching: They will be required to offer up to 6 hours tutorial teaching per week for the College and/or the Centre and will therefore show evidence of ability to teach undergraduate students at the highest level
  • Further particulars are available on the Keble College website,, or from Mrs Trish Long, the Warden’s Personal Assistant, Keble College, Oxford OX1 3PG ( Candidates should submit a letter of application with a curriculum vitae (including the names, addresses and telephone numbers of two referees), and statements covering their research interests and activity and teaching experience, to Mrs Long. Candidates should ask their referees to write directly to Mrs Long by the same date.
  • Deadline: noon local time, 23 Feb. 2023


Academia Sinica (TWN)[]

  • Researcher, open rank (Research Fellow, Associate Research Fellow, or Assistant Research Fellow). This is a tenure-track research position (ranks corresponding to full professor, associate professor, or assistant professor in the university system) exempt from teaching duties.
  • Qualifications: The applicant must have a Ph.D. in relevant fields or confirmation that will receive Ph.D. degree by June 30, 2024. Chinese comprehension sufficient for academic work. For application qualifications, please refer to Articles 8 and 9 of the Organization Regulations of the Research Institutes of Academia Sinica. ( According to the “Act Governing Relations between the People of the Taiwan Area and the Mainland Area,” this position is currently not open to citizens of the People’s Republic of China.
  • Application materials: Detailed curriculum vitae (including field specializations and language abilities) plus a complete list of academic publications. Ph.D. diploma or letter from thesis advisor confirming that the applicant will receive the Ph.D. degree by June 30, 2024. At most five academic publications, including Ph.D. dissertation if applicable but not book reviews. For publications in languages other than Chinese and English, please attach a Chinese or English abstract. Three letters of recommendation. Research proposal (maximum five pages). Application Procedures: Please complete the Institute of Modern History (IMH) online application form (
  • Deadline: 30 Jun. 2023

Edge Hill University (UK:Eng) - 18th and/or 19thC[]

  • Lecturer/Senior Lecturer ~(asst/assoc, assoc/full prof) in History
  • Teaching: You will initially lead a pair of first-year survey modules on nineteenth and twentieth century history and contribute to other areas of our core curriculum depending on your area of expertise and experience. You will be able to bring your own research expertise to one second year module on the practice of writing history and, later, to a further second year module on either digital skills or public history. There will be future opportunities for you to propose new modules and/or programme developments that reflect your research. We would particularly welcome candidates who can extend the geographical and/or methodological reach of our existing programme.
  • For informal enquiries about this vacancy, you may wish to contact: Professor Alyson Brown, Associate Head (Research) - History, Geography & Social Sciences at
  • Deadline: 30 Jul. 2023

Trinity College Dublin (IRL) - 20thC[]

  • Assistant Professor in twentieth-century history.
  • Open to any geographic or thematic specialization, but we would be especially pleased to make an appointment in a field in which the department currently lacks expertise, for example in African, South Asian, or Middle Eastern history, or in an area of current high student demand, for example in Irish or British history.
  • The post-holder will maintain research interests in their area of specialisation, with demonstrable expertise and relevant publications. The successful candidate will participate in the teaching of first- and second-year lecture modules and teach third- and fourth-year and MPhil modules in their area, and supervise undergraduate and MPhil dissertations. The post-holder will also undertake other teaching and administrative duties at the direction of the Head of Department.
  • Applications will only be accepted by applying online via Candidates should submit by e-Recruitment: A cover letter outlining their interest in the position; A comprehensive curriculum vitae, including a full list of publications; The names and contact details (i.e. addresses, e-mail, etc.) of three referees; A research plan (summarising research to be carried out and including details of funding to be sought- max 2 pages) and a teaching statement (summarising teaching experience and approach – max 2 pages)
  • Deadline: noon 7 Jun. 2023

University of Bristol (UK:Eng) - non-TT[]

  • Lecturer in Modern History, his role is funded for 4 years and teaching focused. They will take up the role on 1 September 2023.
  • They will be a specialist in modern history with an ability to teach a Special Subject on Media History
  • Deadline: 25 Jul. 2023

University of Cambridge, Trinity College (UK:Eng)[]

  • College Lectureship in in Modern History and Politics, together with a Fellowship, tenable for five years in the first instance, with the possibility of reappointment to the retiring age
  • The successful applicant will be expected to provide a significant number of supervisions across three interlinked Triposes: History, History & Politics, and Human, Social and Political Sciences (for Politics papers) as well as assisting with direction of studies and admissions. Courses to supervise include O7: Modern Britain, 1750 to the present; and/or O8: Modern Europe, 1789–1914; and/or O9: North America, Central America and the Caribbean since 1775; and/or O11: The Twentieth-Century World. POL1: The Modern State and its Alternatives (an introduction to modern political thought); and/or POL2: International Conflict, Order and Justice (international relations). Paper 20/POL8: History of Political Thought, 1700–1890; and/or Paper 5/POL11: Political Philosophy and the History of Political Thought since c. 1890.
  • The Lectureship will require 12 hours of teaching per week during the 20 weeks of the undergraduate year.
  • Deadline: 15 Jun. 2023
  • interviews planned for week 26th June

University of Edinburgh (UK:Scot) - pref. capitalism/history of technology[]

  • lecturer in Modern History (pre 1750), with expertise in the History of Technology and/or Capitalism.
  • We are particularly keen to encourage applicants with expertise in the history of Eastern Europe, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Western Europe before 1900, or the modern European Empires (except for the British Empire), regional specialisms which will complement our existing strengths. * Teaching The successful candidate will teach courses at the honours and MSc level and will contribute to team teaching across all levels of the curriculum, including pre-honours, honours and MSc level courses, as appropriate. They must be able to teach quantitative, data-driven approaches to history, and will contribute to teaching our second year course, The Global Economy. The successful candidate will also conduct research under their own direction.
  • Deadline: 17 Feb. 2023

University of Exeter (UK:Eng) - Modern Imperial/Colonial History, non-TT[]

  • Lecturer in Modern Imperial/Colonial History, 1st September 2023 until 31 August 2024.
  • You will be able to teach a broad range of topics, contributing to the teaching of core modules at all levels, as well as supervising independent research projects in your specialist field. You will have a keen interest in Decolonising the Curriculum, which is a priority for the Department, Faculty, and wider University.
  • Deadline: 20 Jul. 2023

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

  • Teaching Associate (~Adjuntc) in 20th Century History, fixed term for 1 year
  • Teaching: This fixed-term post is to provide teaching cover for Undergraduate and MA courses in Twentieth Century History. The successful candidate will be required to lecture on our Level One Option Module HST117 Making of the Twentieth Century and to teach on a range of our core modules which may include HST120 History Workshop, HST202 Historians and History, HST21015 Uses of History, and HST31040 Making History Public. You may also be required to teach on one of our Level 3 Thematic Options as appropriate to your expertise. At MA level, you may be asked to teach on the core MA module HST6603 Modernity and Power, and to provide supervision for MA dissertation projects as required.
  • Deadline: 31 Jul. 2023

City, University of London (UK:Eng) - [Non-TT][]

  • Lecturer in Modern History (Education & Research) Fixed-term 12 months, to begin Jan. 2023
  • The Department is seeking to appoint a fixed term Lecturer (Research and Education) in Modern History. The Lecturer will lead lecture and seminar teaching for a range of modules in the BA History, BA History and Politics, and BA Journalism, Politics and History. Expertise in one or more of the following areas would be advantageous: world history since 1800, intellectual history, twentieth century European history, or the history of the United States since 1900.
  • Deadline: 23 Nov. 2022

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (NDL) - Global Economic and Social History, pref. Environmental[]

  • Assistant Professor (tenure track) Global Economic and Social History of the period 1800-present, with a focus on environmental history.
  • We are especially interested in candidates whose geographic area of expertise lies in Africa or Asia. The prospective candidate has a proven academic record as apparent from academic publications and contributions to public debate.
  • Teaching: When hired, you will play a central role in teaching the courses offered in the programs Global Economic and Social History (GESH) and Environmental and Water History. You can also be asked to teach general History and History and International Studies courses. You will have the freedom to redesign elements of the courses, according to your interests and qualities, and in close consultation with the director of studies. 30% of your time is available for research, for presenting at conferences and publishing, as well as for writing grant proposals.
  • Deadline: 25 Sept. 2022