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Fashion Institute of Technology, State University of New York. (Tenure Track) Full-Time Faculty/ World Literature, School of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Deadline Nov 1, 2021. https://fitnyc.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=136775
- 1 RECENT ACTIVITY on Queer/Women's/Gender Studies 2021-2022
- 2 Jobs with 2021 Application Deadlines
- 2.1 Berea College (Berea, KY) Tenure-track Position in Women’s and Gender Studies
- 2.2 California State University - Fullerton (Fullerton, CA, USA), Assistant Professor or Advanced Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track) (UPDATE: Accepting Applications until November 23, 2021)
- 2.3 College of Idaho (Caldwell, ID)- Tenure Track Assistant Professor, Communication Arts
- 2.4 Loyola Marymount University (Los Angeles, CA) Assistant Professor of Women's and Gender Studies (TT)
- 2.5 New York University Abu Dhabi: Assistant/Associate Professor - Gender, Governance and Society (Tenure Track) (DUE: Oct 24, 2021)
- 2.6 The New School (New York, NY, USA), Assistant Professor of Public Humanities (Deadline: Nov 15th; Review begins Nov 16 until fulfilled)
- 2.7 Sacramento State University (Sacramento, CA): Assistant Professor - Black Feminist Studies (Tenure Track) (UPDATE: Review date extended to November 29, 2021)
- 2.8 Simon Fraser University, Lecturer in New Media and Equity-focused Digital Pedagogy (Permanent Continuing Faculty) - Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies (applications will be reviewed as they are received until the position is filled, with priority given to completed applications received prior to November 23, 2021)
- 2.9 St. Lawrence University: Assistant Professor - Gender and Sexuality Studies (Tenure Track) (DUE: Oct 25, 2021)
- 2.10 Tulane University (New Orleans, LA, USA) Assistant Professor of Activist Media (TT)
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- 3 University of Alabama: Assistant Professor of Gender and Race Studies--Sociology, Race, and Gender
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Berea College (Berea, KY) Tenure-track Position in Women’s and Gender Studies
Berea College, home of the new bell hooks center, invites applicants for an Assistant Professor in Women’s and Gender Studies to begin in August 2022. Applicants must have a PhD in hand, preferably in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies or a complementary interdisciplinary field. The candidate will teach six classes each year, including the department’s introductory survey course—Decolonizing Feminism—as well as a queer and trans studies course, and a feminist and queer dis/ability studies course. The candidate is also expected to teach two classes each year in the General Education program.
Teaching and research expertise in the following areas are preferred: women-of-color feminism(s), anti-racist and anti-colonial feminism(s), sexuality studies, and disability studies. We especially welcome training and expertise in Native approaches to feminism, including Indigenous re/visions of (white) feminism’s institutionalization of queer and trans studies; as well as expertise in the intersection of Indigeneity and dis/ability, broadly construed.
Berea College, the first interracial and co-educational college in the South, remains committed to grappling with race and gender equity through its Eight Great Commitments. It’s motto and mission—to make of one blood “all peoples of the earth”—reflects these values. As such, we seek candidates who are committed to excellence in teaching in a liberal arts environment in which all members of the campus community—students, administrators, faculty, and staff, regardless of race and/or gender differences—seek to learn from and about each other. We also seek candidates whose professional research reflects these values, and whose mentorship of students are informed by these values.
Applicants should submit: (1) a letter of application; (2) an up-to-date curriculum vitae; (3) graduate transcripts; (4) a teaching portfolio, including teaching evaluations from two recent courses, a statement of teaching philosophy, and (preferably) sample syllabi; (5) a one-page research statement; (6) a 15-20 page writing sample; (7) a one-page diversity statement describing how the applicant’s scholarship and teaching will contribute to Berea College’s Great Commitments (found at https://www.berea. edu/the-great-commitments/); and (8) three letters of recommendation to apply. Review of applications will begin October 15, 2021 and continue until the position is filled.
Founded in 1855, Berea College achieved national distinction as the first coeducational and interracial college in the South. Berea has a longstanding commitment to interracial education and is one of the most racially diverse private liberal arts colleges in the United States. With an emphasis on service to Appalachia and beyond, Berea enrolls 1,600 students from 43 states and U.S. territories and more than 70 countries. Berea College only admits students who are unable to afford tuition and provides all of them a no-tuition promise, valued at more than $178,000 over four years. Berea’s students excel in the College’s supportive yet demanding academic environment, and many are the first in their families to graduate college. As one of nine federally recognized Work Colleges, all Berea students hold a position in which they work 10-12 hours weekly. In 2021, Berea College once again topped the list of “Best Value Colleges” in the nation in The Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education (THE) College Rankings. Berea’s no-tuition model contributed to its No. 1 best-value ranking. Forbes cited a 2021 study of nearly 400 colleges in the United States, in which Berea College ranks second in terms of affordability and academic quality. And in 2021 The Princeton Review cited Berea College as “one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduates to earn their college degree.” The publication also recognized Berea as a Best Value College, based on academic rigor, affordability and graduates’ career outcomes; a Best Green College; and a Tuition-Free School.
Located where the Bluegrass Region meets the Cumberland Mountains, the town of Berea (pop. 16,000) lies forty miles south of Lexington and is approximately two hours from Cincinnati, Louisville, and Knoxville. More information about Berea College is available at www.berea.edu.
Berea College, in light of its mission in the tradition of impartial love and social equality, welcomes all people of the earth to learn and work here.
California State University - Fullerton (Fullerton, CA, USA), Assistant Professor or Advanced Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track) (UPDATE: Accepting Applications until November 23, 2021)
The Department of Women and Gender Studies (WGST) and Queer Studies at California State University, Fullerton, invites applications for a tenure‐track position at the rank of Assistant or Advanced Assistant Professor with appointment to begin Fall 2022. The advanced rank can include up to two years of service credit (time counted toward the normal six-year probationary period).
California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) is a minority-serving institution and an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. CSUF is strongly committed to increasing the diversity of the campus community and the curriculum, and to fostering an inclusive environment within which students, staff, administrators, and faculty thrive. Candidates who can contribute to this goal through their teaching, research, advising, and other activities are encouraged to identify their strengths and experiences in this area. Individuals advancing the University’s strategic diversity goals and those from groups whose underrepresentation in the American professoriate has been severe and longstanding are particularly encouraged to apply.
Directly supporting CSUF’s mission to educate our diverse and dynamic student body, the majority of whom are students of color and the first in their family to earn a college degree, this search is responding to the continued need to provide our student body with educators whose teaching and research supports campus progress towards an anti-racist, inclusive and socially-just future. We anticipate hiring faculty who will choose to join previous cohorts who have this mission and vision as core to their intellectual work. Academic Affairs and Human Resources, Diversity, and Inclusion will support these new faculty with mentorship designed to sustain and advance their teaching and scholarly or creative activity success and to create a secondary community to complement that of their home department.
We invite teacher-scholars with interests in one or more of the following: (1) Queer, trans, and/or non-binary studies, from an intersectional and queer of color critiques perspective; (2) indigenous studies from local and/or transnational perspectives (3) non-western understandings of the body, gender, and sexuality, including but not limited to a critical engagement with masculinity studies (4) engaging communities from the Global South and its marginalized diasporas (5) decolonial/izing methods, practices and approaches to gender and sexuality 6) engaging cultural production, including areas such as visual, media/film, literature, and performance art and/or art activism. Applicants with earned doctorates, strong commitment to and experience in transformative pedagogy, a research agenda that includes scholarship, and experience working with diverse communities are especially encouraged to apply.
CSUF faculty are committed teacher/scholars who bring research and creative discovery to life for students in classrooms, labs, studios, and individually mentored projects. They teach broadly in the curricula of their departments, advise students, and serve on departmental and university-wide committees. The primary responsibilities of the person in this position will include the development and teaching of introductory and core courses in the discipline, and the development of courses in their area(s) of specialization. Specific courses that this person will teach include:
- One or more core courses: Intro to Gender in the Humanities, Research Methods, Feminist Theories, and Intersectionality.
- One or more Queer Studies, trans studies, and/or non-binary studies specific courses: Intro to Queer Studies, Queer Theory, Masculinities
- One or more topical courses on indigenous studies and gender, non-western gender and sexualities, and/or art activism
This person will also be responsible for producing scholarship and/or creative work commensurate with the requirements for tenure. The successful candidate will also be expected to engage with, contribute to and participate in the life and development of the department, advise students, serve on committees, and participate in the broader university and disciplinary communities.
- Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degree in area of expertise, Women and Gender Studies, Native American and Indigenous Studies, Ethnic Studies, Cultural Studies, American Studies, Philosophy, History, Sociology, and/or a related field by the time of appointment
- Ability to balance teaching, scholarship/creative activities, and service
- Demonstrated commitment to and excellence in undergraduate teaching of a very diverse student population, including first‐generation college students, low-socioeconomic students, and racially minoritized students
- Demonstrated expertise and scholarly interest in topics related to one or more of the following: EX: queer studies; trans studies; non-binary studies; sexuality studies and/or gender studies; intersectional research and methodologies; indigenous studies and non-western modalities; community engaged scholarship in local and/or transnational settings; cultural production as practitioner and/or scholar; visual culture, arts, and media; or transformative social change and activism
- A familiarity with critical pedagogies and recognized best practices in teaching and an interest in using and developing innovative instructional technologies such as emerging online pedagogical practices to promote student learning
- Interest and experience in the development and bolstering of the Queer Studies curriculum
- Multi-disciplinary, interdisciplinary, trans-disciplinary, and/or traditional approaches to research
- Experience, research, and commitment to promoting social justice within and beyond the departmental community
- Demonstrated interest and commitment to the development of the department, university and community service, and student co-curricular activities
- Scholarship and creative production that centers and/or contributes to social justice and activism.
- Evidence of successful teaching experience at the college or university level
A complete on‐line application must be received by electronic submission to be considered. To apply, please visit http://hr.fullerton.edu/careers/Faculty.php, choose full-time faculty, search for Job #505447, and provide the following required materials:
- Cover letter in which you respond to the required qualifications
- Curriculum Vitae
- Statement of Teaching Philosophy, submitted as a single pdf (no more than 2 pages)
- Discuss how you approach teaching a diverse community and how you approach student success. What are some of the techniques/strategies you use to teach in a culturally relevant and/or responsive way? What are techniques/strategies you employ to create a supportive learning environment for differently gendered students as well as enhance the access of differently abled students?
- Syllabus: Submit either a course you have taught or would like to teach in our department
- Candidate Statement on Commitment to Inclusive Excellence (no more than 2 pages)
- Discuss your approach to co-creating a welcoming and inclusive work environment that supports and values diversity and equity for our CSUF’s diverse student body, colleagues, staff, and community populations. Share how you have addressed or plan to address uplifting the values of equity, diversity, and community building in your teaching, research, and/or collaborations with colleagues such that the committee is able to assess your ability to contribute to our campus in this area. Describe any significant accomplishments in this area.
- Research and Creativity Activity Statement, submitted as a single pdf (no longer than 2 pages)
- Discuss your research and/or creative activity agenda for the next 5 years.
- a list of three references with relevant contact information
- Finalists will be required to have three letters of recommendation submitted. Please have these ready for the referents to submit. On the References page of the online application, enter information and email addresses for three referents who will provide a confidential letter of reference for your application. At the finalist step in the search process, they will receive a request via email along with information on uploading the letter. You will be able to verify that each letter has been received by CSUF by logging back into your applicant portal.
To be assured full consideration, all application materials must be received by November 8, 2021. The anticipated appointment date is August 2022. UPDATE: Accepting Applications until November 23, 2021.
College of Idaho (Caldwell, ID)- Tenure Track Assistant Professor, Communication Arts
The Department of Theatre and Communication Arts invites applications for an assistant professor on the tenure track in Communication Arts, beginning August 2022. Preference will be given to candidates with a PhD in Communication or a related field at the time of appointment, though advanced ABD candidates may be considered. Excellence in teaching and mentoring of students are the highest priorities of the College.
The study of Communication at The College of Idaho is a rapidly growing component of our innovative PEAK curriculum. As an offering under the humanities umbrella, we hold that communication is an artful, constitutive force in building our social world. As such, we seek to explicate communication using a critical/cultural lens, working to emphasize the vital connections between power, civic discourse, community, and culture; to encourage our students to work ethically toward a more socially just world. The Department of Theatre and Communication Arts is seeking a communication generalist, with preference given to candidates interested in working with a competitive Speech and Debate team. Primary responsibilities include teaching courses about foundational Communication concepts, potentially contributing to our First Year Seminar, as well as courses in the successful candidate's area of expertise. The standard annual teaching load is 21 credits (3:1:3). The department would welcome an enthusiastic, creative Teacher-Scholar with experience or interest in critical/cultural communication as it relates to their specific areas of interest. The successful candidate will demonstrate a broad knowledge in relation to communication, as well as the ability to research and convey knowledge about their specializations without losing sight of the big picture. As a small, growing department—we seek candidates interested in actively working to design curriculum, engage in formative assessment processes, as well as facilitate student access to high impact practices (like Speech and Debate or formal and informal performances). For information on the Communication offerings and current faculty, see https://www.collegeofidaho.edu/academics/peak/communications.
Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2021, and continue until the position has been filled. Applications should include a cover letter, CV, statement of teaching philosophy that clearly articulates a commitment to liberal arts education and demonstrated commitment to representation, inclusion, and equity, evidence of teaching effectiveness, statement of research interests, and 3 letters of recommendation. At least one letter must address teaching.
Send materials to HR@collegeofidaho.edu (Identify as Communication Search). Additional information may be requested of qualified candidates as we move through applicant review.
Candidates must be authorized to work in the United States as of the expected hire date and throughout the date of the contract without sponsorship from the College.
With over 125 years of history, The College of Idaho is a regional and national leader in higher education. The College of Idaho is an inclusive community of exceptional learning that challenges the ambitious and forges pathways to success and purpose.
The College of Idaho is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to attracting, retaining, and maximizing the performance of a diverse and inclusive workforce.
Tenure-Line Faculty and Director Position in Gender and Sexuality Studies, Haverford College
Haverford College invites applications for a tenure-line Faculty (open rank) and Director position in Gender and Sexuality Studies, to begin Fall semester of 2022. We seek scholars who are well versed in evolving theories of gender and sexuality, open to interdisciplinary work, conversant with and willing to engage concepts relating to gender and sexuality as they have developed in different disciplines, and work with principles of intersectionality. Additionally, we expect familiarity with the major texts of: western, transnational, and third world feminist traditions; lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, and transgender studies; masculinity and men’s studies; feminist politics; and queer and LGBT activism.
The successful candidate will develop and teach introductory and capstone courses that highlight the interdisciplinary nature of the program, in addition to courses in the area of their scholarly expertise. We seek scholars who can teach and mentor a diverse body of undergraduate students with a range of academic interests, experiences, and backgrounds. We are particularly interested in candidates who have administrative experience in building and growing programs, and who demonstrate the capacity to build a multidisciplinary program and establish productive collaborations with faculty and students across disciplinary boundaries.
The candidate’s doctoral degree must be in Gender and Sexuality Studies, Women’s Studies, Feminist Studies, or a closely related field, as evidenced by their research agenda, publications, and teaching experience. Candidates must have completed all Ph.D. requirements by September 1, 2022.
To apply for this position, candidates must submit to the Gender and Sexuality Studies Search Committee via Interfolio [http://apply.interfolio.com/96440] the following documents addressing the scholarly qualifications identified above:
● Cover letter
● Curriculum vitae
● Research statement (2-3 pages)
● Statement of their approach to pedagogy and mentorship that briefly discusses two of their courses and their larger efforts in fostering a diverse and inclusive academic environment (2-3 pages)
● A Writing sample (25-30 pages)
Applications completed by November 15, 2021 will receive full consideration. Shortly before Thanksgiving, we will contact applicants whose candidacy we wish to pursue further with a request for three letters of recommendation, which will be due on December 3, 2021.
Recognizing health and safety concerns during this time, the College will be as flexible as possible in determining the nature of any interviews or meetings (virtual/remote and/or in-person interaction) that are conducted for this search.
Questions regarding the position should be directed to []
Questions about the application process should be addressed to Nicole Ruffin Price, Coordinator for Faculty Hiring and Review, at []
Special Requirements: All faculty and staff (including contract workers) who are employed or engaged by Haverford College must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and provide proof of vaccination, unless an exemption from this policy has been granted as an accommodation or otherwise.
Haverford College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, social justice, and providing equal opportunities and access to all individuals regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin or ancestry, age, marital status, disability, or veteran status. Women, non-binary and transgender individuals, people of color, Indigenous people, and those with other or multiple historically marginalized and/or underrepresented identities are especially encouraged to apply. Haverford College and our consortial partners are located on Lenape lands.
Loyola Marymount University (Los Angeles, CA) Assistant Professor of Women's and Gender Studies (TT)
The Women’s and Gender Studies Department in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts at Loyola Marymount University seeks candidates for a tenure track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level beginning Fall semester 2022. We seek a scholar with expertise in critical race feminisms with an emphasis in one or more of the following fields: abolitionism, international political economy, and/or feminist legal theory. The applicant would be expected to teach introduction level courses in Women’s and Gender Studies as well as upper division courses in the applicant’s area of expertise. We welcome teacher-scholars with doctoral degrees in Women’s and Gender Studies, Ethnic Studies, or other cognate interdisciplinary fields; candidates with PhDs in other social science and humanities disciplines with designated emphases in the areas outlined above will also be considered. The PhD is required; however, ABD applicants who anticipate completion of the doctorate by Fall 2022 will also be considered.
The Department places a high priority on diversity, social justice, and inclusive pedagogy in fostering academic excellence. Candidates must show promise in both research and teaching. Interested applicants are invited to submit application materials to Tenure Line Women and Gender Studies (myworkdayjobs.com). Applicants must include: a cover letter addressing research and teaching experience, curriculum vitae, a writing sample. Three letters of recommendation must be submitted separately to []. Only online applications will be accepted. Please direct questions to []. We will begin our review of applications on October 15, 2021.
Loyola Marymount University, a Carnegie classified R2 institution in the mainstream of American Catholic higher education, seeks outstanding applicants who value its mission and share its commitment to inclusive excellence, the education of the whole person, and the building of a just society. LMU is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing an environment free from discrimination and harassment as defined by federal, state and local law. We invite all persons in the full diversity of their being, life experiences, and beliefs to apply. Please read more about our commitments and our efforts at (https://resources.lmu.edu/officeofinterculturalaffairs/).
New York University Abu Dhabi: Assistant/Associate Professor - Gender, Governance and Society (Tenure Track) (DUE: Oct 24, 2021)
The Division of Arts and Humanities at New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) invites applications for an open rank, multi and interdisciplinary, full-time tenure/tenure-track faculty position. We seek a scholar and educator whose scholarship and experiences bridge the studies of places, movements and environments with the Arts and Humanities focused on the Middle East, North Africa, and Indian Ocean world. The scholarship of applicants should encompass Cultural Theory, Anthropology and Ethnography, Music, Migration and Human Geographies. The ideal candidate must have a strong publication record suitable for tenure at New York University. Commitment to teaching excellence, supervision of BA, MA and PhD students, and strong record of service to their current and previous institution are required.
Applicants should also have experience in higher-level administration including expanding undergraduate programs and developing graduate programs and directing departments. We seek a colleague who will lead our students in investigations that intertwine art practices and scholarly disciplines.
NYUAD values diversity, inclusion, belonging, and equity; such principles are fundamental to the university's commitment to excellence. Our faculty are the engines that sustain our inclusive environment; NYUAD students come from more than 115 countries, with no single one nationality exceeding more than 15 percent of the total student population. Our modern campus is home to over 320 faculty who represent more than 45 different nationalities, all of whom bring a global perspective to their classrooms and research projects. Research is advanced by over 400 highly qualified research staff, who are likewise drawn from all over the world.
About NYU Abu Dhabi
Established in partnership between New York University (NYU) and the emirate of Abu Dhabi, NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) has assembled over the past decade a remarkable community of scholars, students, researchers, artists, inventors, and others who have contributed to the growth of the UAE’s capital as a global hub of knowledge and culture while establishing a new model of higher education for today’s complex world.
NYUAD is animated by inspiring, diverse faculty, students, and staff working together in an exciting and dynamic city. As an international center of excellence in teaching and research, our goal is to attract outstanding faculty who are leaders in their fields, encouraging them to create programs that draw outstanding students and providing an intellectually rich environment.
Students are drawn from among the world’s best. They are bright, intellectually passionate, and committed to building a campus environment anchored in mutual respect, understanding, and care. The NYUAD undergraduate student body has garnered an impressive record of scholarships, graduate-school appointments, and many other global honors. Graduate education is an area of growth for the university and the current graduate student population of over 100 students is expected to expand in the next decade.
NYUAD is committed to building and strengthening a university-wide culture of inclusion, diversity, belonging, and equity (IDBE). For more information on NYUAD’s commitment to IDBE and how these values create fundamental to our mission please visit https://nyuad.nyu.edu/en/about/inclusion-diversity-belonging-and-equity.html
Working for NYUAD
A world-class institution deserves world-class benefits. At NYUAD, we recognize that Abu Dhabi is more than where you work, it’s your home. In order for faculty to thrive, we offer a comprehensive benefits package to our top talent. This starts with a generous relocation allowance to ensure a smooth transition to Abu Dhabi, followed by a competitive salary, housing, and transportation allowance; educational assistance for your dependents; access to health and wellness services, plus more. NYUAD is committed to faculty success throughout the academic career trajectory, providing support for ambitious and world-class research projects and innovative, interactive teaching approaches. Support for dual-career families is a priority.
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This position requires a PhD in either or a combination of the following fields: Cultural Theory, Anthropology and Ethnography, Migration and Human Geographies. Fluency in Arabic and other languages is strongly desired.
To apply for this position, please submit the following items:
- Curriculum Vitae
- Cover Letter
- Teaching Philosophy and Statement
- Research Profile and Plans
- Scholarly and other Portfolio
- Teaching Syllabi
- Three confidential letters of reference that will be uploaded directly to Interfolio by your referee.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Shortlisted candidates are expected to be interviewed in the Fall 2021. We anticipate that successful candidates can start the appointment and relocate to Abu Dhabi in the academic year 2022-2023.
NYUAD is committed to equality and is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from candidates who will enrich and contribute to the cultural and ethnic diversity of our University.
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UAE Nationals are encouraged to apply.
The New School (New York, NY, USA), Assistant Professor of Public Humanities (Deadline: Nov 15th; Review begins Nov 16 until fulfilled)
The New School is seeking an Assistant Professor of Public Humanities to teach in the Liberal Arts program in the Bachelor’s Program for Adults and Transfer Students in the Schools of Public Engagement (SPE). The renewable term appointment will begin July 1, 2022.
We seek a scholar with a research and teaching program that merges humanities-based inquiry with innovative forms of public engagement, reaching audiences both within and outside academia. As a member of the interdisciplinary adult bachelor’s program, this hire will advance the mission of SPE through pedagogy that encourages students to be civically engaged actors and prepares them for community-based, creative, and /or applied work beyond the classroom. While we will consider scholars from a wide range of disciplines within the humanities, we have a particular interest in candidates whose research engages interdisciplinary fields and who have degrees from programs such as American Studies, Critical Race and Ethnicity Studies, Cultural Studies, Performance Studies, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, and Environmental Studies. The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated record of social justice advocacy. Preference will also be given to candidates whose research addresses historically underrepresented groups and/or marginalized communities, spaces, and places.
The New School’s Bachelor’s Program for Adults and Transfer Students offers a self-designed liberal arts education where students can pursue a nontraditional path toward degree completion. Through credit granting programs such as Prior Learning and Self Directed Learning, students reflect on their experiences outside the classroom and execute projects under the guidance of our faculty. Many of our students work full time and are returning to school having pursued careers in a wide variety of fields. As such, they represent a highly self-motivated student body with diverse work experiences and backgrounds.
As part of the Schools of Public Engagement at The New School, the Bachelor’s Program for Adults and Transfer Students values traditional modes of scholarship (e.g., peer reviewed journal articles and books directed at scholarly or general audiences) and creative practice in different media (e.g., films, performance, art exhibitions, and other curatorial projects). Ideal candidates for this position would complement the faculty through public facing scholarship and practice.
The New School, a private university in New York City’s Greenwich Village, serves undergraduate and graduate students across a range of fields with a commitment to bringing practices in design and social research to studying issues of our time and challenging students to become engaged citizens dedicated to solving programs and contributing to the public good.
The New School is committed to actively recruiting applicants from a diverse pool and we encourage candidates from groups underrepresented in US higher education to apply. We recognize systemic barriers to higher education and employment and we aim to reduce barriers to careers in higher education through our required and preferred qualifications. We specifically invite applicants from communities who have been and continue to be marginalized from the humanities and liberal arts more broadly.
The New School is committed to creating and maintaining a diverse and inclusive learning environment that furthers equity, inclusion and social justice. We actively seek candidates whose experiences, teaching philosophies, and scholarly practice prepare them to expand and contribute to that commitment.
The New School does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, creed, sex or gender (including gender identity and expression), pregnancy, sexual orientation, religion, religious practices, mental or physical disability, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, veteran status, marital or partnership status, or any other legally protected status.
You can find more information about the Bachelor’s Degree for Adults and Transfer Students and The Schools of Public Engagement here:https://www.newschool.edu/bachelors-program/
Minimum Qualifications: Candidates must have demonstrated experience in teaching at the university level and have Ph.D. in hand by June 2022.
Application Process: To ensure full consideration, completed applications must be received by November 15th. A review of applications will begin on November 16th and may continue until the position is filled.
Using The New School’s human resources website https://careers.newschool.edu applicants must submit:
1. A cover letter describing your qualifications, research agenda, and public humanities practice
2. Curriculum Vitae
3. A teaching statement that describes how your pedagogy aligns with the public humanities and a commitment to social justice.
4. Contact information for three references who can provide a letter of recommendation on your behalf.
5. Teaching evaluations (and/or any other evidence of teaching excellence)
Applicants may be contacted at the discretion of the search committee for additional materials.
For information on the University benefits package including health and retirement plans, please visit http://www.newschool.edu/human-resources/benefits/
Sacramento State University (Sacramento, CA): Assistant Professor - Black Feminist Studies (Tenure Track) (UPDATE: Review date extended to November 29, 2021)
The Department of Women’s & Gender Studies at Sacramento State University is inviting applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Black Feminisms starting Fall 2022. As a department advocating social justice and intersectionality as core principles of our program, we emphasize diversity in our curriculum and all our hiring. New tenure track faculty have a reduced course load in the first two years, with a 3/3 teaching load starting in the third year.
Required qualifications: We welcome all areas of specialization related to Black Feminisms, preferably from candidates with an interdisciplinary background in the social sciences to complement the department’s existing strengths in the humanities. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Women's and Gender Studies or Ph.D. in other social science disciplines such as Ethnic Studies, American Studies, Cultural Studies, Sociology, Anthropology, Geography, or Political Science with research focus on women’s and gender issues. ABD candidates will be considered. If ABD, candidates will be required to complete the doctoral degree by January 2023.
Review of applications will begin on November 29, 2021; position open until filled. In order to receive full consideration, please submit application by the above deadline.
- Cover letter that describes teaching and research interests
- Current curriculum vita
- Unofficial transcripts of all graduate work.
- Diversity statement addressing past and/or future contributions to DEI, social justice, and anti-racism through scholarship/creative activity, teaching, and service.
Candidates invited for a Zoom interview will be asked to provide the following additional documents prior to the interview:
- Two sample course syllabi – a) Gender, Race & Class, and b) a course in area of specialization;
- Relevant teaching evaluations; and
- Writing sample (no more than 20 pages).
Confidential letters of recommendation will be requested from the references of candidates who are invited for a campus visit.
For information please email Dr. Tristan Josephson, Search Committee Chair, at email@example.com
Applications are only accepted through the Sacramento State jobs website. Instructions on how to apply can be found at this link: https://careers.csus.edu/en-us/job/505369/tenure-track-faculty-womens-and-gender-studies
Simon Fraser University, Lecturer in New Media and Equity-focused Digital Pedagogy (Permanent Continuing Faculty) - Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies (applications will be reviewed as they are received until the position is filled, with priority given to completed applications received prior to November 23, 2021)
The Department of Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies (GSWS) at Simon Fraser University invites applications for a continuing teaching appointment at the rank of Lecturer, commencing July 1, 2022.
The preferred candidate will have:
- expertise in new media and equity-focused digital pedagogy
- interest and training in one or more of the following fields, including but not limited to: educational technology, interactive arts and streaming media, games design, massive open online course design, Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality for online learning, experiential learning platform
- experience in designing and innovating online and blended* learning, based on principles of inclusion, accessibility, and equity
- evidence of excellent teaching skills including in online and blended* environments
- the ability to work effectively within transnational and intersectional frameworks
- PhD in GSWS or related disciplines in hand at the time of appointment.
The successful candidate will:
- teach core undergraduate and graduate courses in GSWS
- teach elective courses in the field of new media and digital learning
- lead development in online and blended* curriculum
- collaborate with colleagues on developing digital learning practices
- participate in departmental and university committees
*Blended courses at SFU have at least one quarter and no more than three quarters of student learning integral to the course occurring in the online environment, replacing in-person instruction.
Applications should include:
- A cover letter summarizing the applicant’s experience, qualifications, and interests for the position
- A complete CV
- The name, title, institutional affiliation, and contact information of three academic referees
- A teaching dossier which includes the following:
- teaching philosophy as it relates to new media, equity-focussed digital pedagogy and other relevant fields
- evidence of teaching experience and teaching effectiveness
- sample course syllabi (including course description, reading list, assignments, and other pedagogical activities) for:
- an innovative online course in the candidate’s area of expertise
- an innovative blended course in the candidate’s area of expertise
- a statement (500-600 words) on how you would approach and innovate the following core courses in GSWS:
- one 100-level GSWS course (100, 101, or 102)
- one graduate course in either Feminist Theory or Research Toolkit (822 or 800)
Applications should be addressed to Dr. Helen Leung, Department Chair, and submitted electronically to[].
Applications will be reviewed as they are received until the position is filled, with priority given to completed applications received prior to November 23, 2021.
Please consult the Department’s website at http://www.sfu.ca/gsws for information about the department and samples of courses currently taught in GSWS.
Please consult the current Collective Agreement between SFU and SFU Faculty Associationhttps://www.sfu.ca/content/dam/sfu/faculty-relations/collective-agreement/CA2019_2022.pdf for detailed information about the terms and conditions of employment at SFU.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. This is an entry level position. Only those eligible to be appointed to the rank of Lecturer will be considered. This position is subject to the availability of funding.
St. Lawrence University: Assistant Professor - Gender and Sexuality Studies (Tenure Track) (DUE: Oct 25, 2021)
The Gender and Sexuality Studies Program at St. Lawrence University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professorship (field open). Our program is committed to building a diverse and inclusive educational environment, to excellence in teaching and scholarship, and to the essential relationship between theory and praxis to bring about social justice and activism.
Candidates will teach a 3/3 load including: Gender & Society (an introductory class focusing on intersectional approaches to gender); Research Methods; Advanced Gender/Feminist/Queer Theory; and courses in your research expertise. We encourage candidates to teach in the St. Lawrence University First-Year Program and Sophomore Journeys Program, preferably after a successful Mid-Tenure Probationary Review. Candidates will also mentor and advise undergraduates on their thesis projects, contribute to service in the Program and University, and carry out a robust research agenda. The program requires faculty to mentor student praxis projects. Generous conference and research funding is available. Class sizes range from 15 to 20 students, advanced and introductory courses respectively.
Candidates will join a flourishing program with a recent tenure-track hire as well as six affiliated scholars supporting the program. We welcome candidates that augment or diversify our intellectual and curricular interests. Our current areas of expertise include political feminist theory and LGBT history and politics, psychoanalytic feminist theory, queer of color critique, psychology of gender, intersectional representations of queer cultures (film, literature, and art), global reproductive and public health, transnational feminism (Middle East focus), and intergroup dialogue and restorative modalities.
Located at 23 Romoda Drive, Canton, NY, St. Lawrence University is a coeducational, private, independent liberal arts institution of about 2,400 students from more than 40 states and 40 nations. The educational opportunities at St. Lawrence inspire students and prepare them to be critical and creative thinkers, to find a compass for their lives and careers, and to pursue knowledge and understanding for the benefit of themselves, humanity, and the planet. Through its focus on active engagement with ideas in and beyond the classroom, a St. Lawrence education leads students to make connections that transform lives and communities, from the local to the global.
The University is committed to and seeks diversity among its faculty, staff, and students. Everyone in the program is involved with the work of gender and diversity on campus. We are committed to tackling the problem of inequality. The program values creating an atmosphere that nurtures diverse ways of thinking and engaging with difficult conversations around race, sex, sexuality, and gender, in particular, as well as other intersectional identities. Applications by members of all underrepresented groups, as well as from individuals with experience teaching or working in a multicultural environment, are encouraged. St. Lawrence University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Saint Lawrence University occupies the traditional lands of the Haudenosaunee (the People of the Longhouse)/Iroquois Confederacy. The United States is granted continued claim to this territory by the confederated nations (Kanienʼkehá꞉ka “the People of the Flint”/Mohawk, Onyota'a:ka “the People of the Upright Stone”/Oneida, Onondagaono “the Hill Place People”/Onondaga, Gayogo̱hó꞉nǫʼ “the People of the Great Swamp”/Cayuga, Onongawaga “the People of the Great Hill”/Seneca, and Skarureh “the People of the Hemp”/Tuscarora) through a diplomatic relationship beginning with the Canandaigua Treaty of 1794. This acknowledgement is not enough to honor the people and the land, but we hope that it promotes the visibility of Indigenous peoples and raises awareness about their suppressed histories.
Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D. by time of appointment (July 1, 2022); evidence of the ability to develop into an excellent teacher; and evidence of the ability to develop into a scholar (as demonstrated by dissertation, conference presentations, and/or other publications); commitment to activism. Preferred: experience interacting with diverse communities, and/or evidence of a commitment to incorporate intergroup dialogue or restorative teaching methods to effectively engage broadly diverse student populations.
Interested and qualified applicants should submit a detailed letter of application; current C.V. emphasizing publications and relevant teaching experience; teaching portfolio (pedagogy statement, teaching evaluations); diversity and inclusion statement; and 2 sample syllabi (an introductory gender course, plus a Special Topics or Methods course); Cover letter should address teaching experience and scholarship with an awareness that upper-division undergraduate students as well as faculty outside your discipline will be reading them. These documents should be uploaded in the “Applicant Documents” section of the candidate’s application.
Additionally, three confidential references are required [the required information input in the reference contact information section of your application will be utilized to send a system-derived email requesting a recommendation letter from each reference].
Applications should be received by October 25, 2021; review will continue until the position is filled. Questions about the position can be directed to Dr. Val Lehr, Search Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All offers of employment are contingent upon the finalist successfully passing a background (including criminal records) check.
Interested applicants must complete a St. Lawrence University online application form at http://employment.stlawu.edu. Required materials for a complete application:
- Cover Letter/Letter of Application
- Curriculum Vitae
- Teaching Philosophy
- Sample Syllabus
- Sample Syllabus
- Teaching Evaluations
- Diversity Statement (a brief statement about your approach or ideas for promoting diversity and inclusion)
o For additional information about St. Lawrence, please visit http://www.stlawu.edu.For more information on the Gender and Sexuality Studies program please visit http://www.stlawu.edu/gender-and-sexuality-studies.
- [22 Nov.] Any updates on this search yet?
Tulane University (New Orleans, LA, USA) Assistant Professor of Activist Media (TT)
The Department of Communication at Tulane University invites applications for a tenure track position at the Assistant Professor rank for a scholar of activist media. We are especially interested in applicants whose research-based creative practice and/or practice-based scholarship engages the lives, experiences, and cultural traditions of Black, Indigenous, or marginalized communities and explores the relationships between media and social justice. Regional specialization is open, and work may draw on a variety of disciplines and methodologies related to media and communication studies, including gender studies and queer theory, critical race studies, postcolonial/decolonial studies, cultural studies, critical ethnography, and/or their intersections. Tulane’s Communication faculty have strengths in the study of the representations that occur on the Internet, shifts in epistemologies related to digitalization, and social uses of technologies and their political implications. We are engaged in collaborative and participatory initiatives and social innovations that exemplify communicative practices between critical theories, everyday life, and social movements. We seek a faculty colleague to expand our understanding of and teaching about digital activism, resistance and struggles for social justice, as well as the intersections of media, cultural identities, and socio/political formations, an area of the undergraduate curriculum we seek to bolster. See description of our curriculum here: https://liberalarts.tulane.edu/departments/communication/academics/the-communication-major. Candidates should be prepared to teach our core course 'Cross Cultural Analysis'.
Qualified candidates for this position will hold a PhD degree in Communication or a related field by June 30, 2022.
Candidates should submit via Interfolio a letter or application, a curriculum vitae, a list of three professional references with contact information, and one or two samples of your critical work (written and/or media). Other materials may be requested later. Questions can be directed to Dr. Mohan Ambikaipaker (email@example.com), Chair of the Search Committee. We are committed to creating an intellectually diverse, inclusive, and equitable institution, and we especially encourage candidates from historically underrepresented groups to apply. Review of applications will begin October 1 and will continue until the position is filled.
Update: Zoom interview 11/19
University of Alabama: Assistant Professor of Gender and Race Studies--Sociology, Race, and Gender
The Department of Gender and Race Studies at The University of Alabama invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor appointment specializing in Sociology, Race, and Gender. We seek candidates whose sociological research addresses outcomes in specific environments and communities, such as prisons, schools, housing, the workplace, urban and rural populations, and immigrant and refugee populations. Preference will be given to candidates whose research interests include feminist and racial critiques of sociological methods; approaches to issues of race and gender in medical, psychological, or prison history; biological and/or medical anthropology; digital technologies, including mapping technologies and DH tools; the impact of new health technologies on marginalized populations; the challenges or opportunities for social justice offered by digital environments; reproductive justice; approaches to environmental sustainability and environmental justice; or pollution studies. Candidates are expected to demonstrate expertise in sociological theories of race, gender, class, and sexuality. Candidates from a variety of relevant PhD specializations are welcome to apply, including but not limited to Sociology, African American Studies, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Geography, Queer and Trans Studies, Anthropology, the Biological Sciences, Rural Health Studies, History, Environmental Studies, Political Science, Philosophy, English, Interdisciplinary Studies, and Media and Cultural Studies.
To apply, go to http://facultyjobs.ua.edu and complete the online application. Attach a letter of application and curriculum vitae. For more information, contact the search committee chair Dr. Utz McKnight, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications will begin November 15, 2021, and will continue until the position is filled.
Senior Scholar in Feminist Studies- University of California Santa Barbara
Senior Scholar in Feminist Studies
Percent time: 100% FTE Anticipated start: July 1, 2022
Open date: October 22nd, 2021
Next review date: Monday, Nov 22, 2021 at 11:59pm (Pacific Time)
Apply by this date to ensure full consideration by the committee.
Final date: Friday, Apr 1, 2022 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.
UCSB Department of Feminist Studies: Senior Scholar in Feminist Studies
The Department of Feminist Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) invites interdisciplinary scholars at the advanced Associate or Full professor rank to apply.
The Department seeks outstanding candidates with exceptional, interdisciplinary research and excellence in teaching and mentoring, and also a clear commitment to enhancing the diversity of the faculty, graduate student community, and our undergraduate program. Demonstrated administrative experience, interest, and vision is crucial; we seek a senior scholar who would play a leadership role in the future. The field of specialty is open, and the position will remain open until filled. We especially invite candidates who will strengthen our concentrations on social justice, new sexualities, and anti-racist scholarship. We are also interested in:
• Environmental justice, including queer and gendered approaches
• Women of Color feminisms, including indigeneity and critiques of settler colonialism
• The politics of the body, including health inequalities, transfeminism, and disabilities
• Productive and sexual labors
The UCSB Division of Social Science is also conducting a separate search for the inaugural director of the Center for Feminist Futures at the Associate or Full professor rank (https://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/JPF02103). Building on a long tradition of outstanding research and teaching on gender and sexuality at UCSB, the Center will bring together scholars and students to engage in and disseminate publicly facing research that moves us toward gender justice. For this director position, department affiliation is open, with a preference for at least 50% appointment in the Department of Feminist Studies.
The Department of Feminist Studies is home to the Hull Chair, the first endowed chair in women’s studies in the University of California system, and has ten full-time faculty members and numerous affiliated faculty members in the Division of Humanities and Fine Arts, Division of Social Sciences, and Gevirtz Graduate School of Education. The Department has a dynamic graduate program and offers Ph.D. and doctoral emphasis degrees. The University is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through research, teaching, and service as appropriate to the position.
Basic qualifications (required at time of application)
Ph.D. in Feminist Studies, Ethnic Studies, or a related field
Evidence of interdisciplinary engagement in research, teaching, and/or service
Outstanding record of publishing innovative, engaged research
Academic administrative experience, vision, and interest
Evidence of excellence in teaching and mentoring
Demonstration of commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
At the level of Associate or Full professor rank
Curriculum Vitae - Your most recently updated C.V.
Three publications or evidence of completed research
Statement of Teaching and Mentoring
Statement of Contributions to Diversity - Contribution to Diversity statements will be reviewed for evidence of teaching, research, professional and/lor public service contributions that promote diversity and equal opportunity, such as experienced with effective strategies for educational advancement of students in underrepresented groups and participation in recruitment, retention, retention and mentoring of diverse students.
• 3 required (contact information only)
References will be contacted and asked to submit a letter of recommendation at the long list (10 candidate) stage.
Apply link: https://apptrkr.com/2583623
Help contact: email@example.com
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
As a condition of employment, you will be required to comply with the University of California SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) Vaccination Program Policy https://policy.ucop.edu/doc/5000695/SARS-CoV-2_Covid-19. All Covered Individuals under the policy must provide proof of Full Vaccination or, if applicable, submit a request for Exception (based on Medical Exemption, Disability, and/or Religious Objection) or Deferral (based on pregnancy) no later than the applicable deadline. For new University of California employees, the applicable deadline is eight weeks after their first date of employment. (Capitalized terms in this paragraph are defined in the policy.)
Santa Barbara, CA
University of New Brunswick (Frederickton, NB, Canada) - Assistant Professor of English (TT)
The Department of English at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton invites applications for a Tenure-Track position at the rank of Assistant Professor to commence on July 1, 2022, subject to final budgetary approval.
Candidates should have a completed PhD, or be close to completion, with research and teaching interests in Gender and Sexuality Studies and any period(s) of British literature since 1850; they should have an interest in the intersections of race, class, age, and/or disability with gender and sexuality studies, queer theory, trans studies, and/or feminist theory. Candidates with a record of achievement in colonial/postcolonial literatures, drama production, or creative writing may be given special consideration.
Demonstrated excellence in scholarship and teaching is required. Interested individuals should ask three referees to send letters of reference and should themselves send a letter of application, a detailed curriculum vitae, and a sample of their scholarly work of no more than 30 pages (preferably in electronic format)
Applications due October 1, 2021.
University of Utah (Salt Lake City, UT) Assistant/Associate Professor of Black Feminist Studies (TT)
The Divisions of Ethnic Studies and Gender Studies in the School for Cultural and Social Transformation at the University of Utah are excited to announce a joint appointment at the rank of tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor in Black Feminist Studies. Applicants should have an active research agenda that expands the boundaries of Black Feminist Theory and should demonstrate a strong commitment to teaching in a diverse scholarly environment and engaging in service that fosters equity. The successful candidate will be expected to teach two courses per semester, including foundational courses in both Gender Studies and Ethnic Studies, and more advanced courses that align with their research and teaching interests. The candidate will also be expected to contribute to and actively participate in division, school, and university-wide initiatives.
The School for Cultural and Social Transformation (Transform) is a recently-formed interdisciplinary college committed to cutting-edge thinking about shifting sexualities, changing genders, dynamic immigrations, and emergent struggles against racist thought and action: https://transform.utah.edu/. In addition to the Divisions of Ethnic and Gender Studies, the school houses programs in Disability Studies and the Mellon Foundation grant-funded Pacific Islands Studies Initiative. Currently, Transform is home to Frontiers, A Journal of Women Studies, one of the oldest feminist journals in the country. It also administers the Diversity Scholars Program, a cohort program that supports underrepresented and first-generation college students, providing faculty mentorship and off-campus community engagement opportunities. Transform seeks a dynamic scholar whose research, teaching, and service will contribute to its core goals of innovating scholarship and putting theory into practice.
The University of Utah is the flagship institution of the Utah System of Higher Education and has been classified by the Carnegie Foundation as among those research universities with the “highest research activity.” The University provides numerous opportunities for internal research funding and offers a generous benefits and retirement package: https://www.hr.utah.edu/benefits/. The University also recently launched a new program to help benefits-eligible staff purchase a home. The University’s Black Cultural Center supports and advocates for black faculty, staff, and students through research, culturally-affirming education initiatives, and service.
The University is located in Salt Lake City, the center of a metropolitan area with a population of approximately 1.25 million residents. Salt Lake City is home to sizable Latinx and immigrant populations (21.5% and 11.5% of residents, respectively). Per capita, Salt Lake City has the 11th largest LGBTQ population in the U.S. The city’s proximity to the Wasatch Mountains, world-class ski resorts, and national parks makes it an ideal location for outdoor recreation. The Salt Lake City International Airport is a major hub with direct flights to most U.S. cities and direct international flights to a number of major cities. SLC has extensive arts and cultural activities. The area has received international recognition for its new light rail system, foodie culture, Sundance Film Festival, downtown renewal, and increasing diversity. In 2017, U.S News and World report ranked Salt Lake City as the 10th best place to live in the nation.
Candidates should submit a cover letter, CV, and the names of three references. The cover letter should detail research and teaching interests and also describe how one’s work and experience contribute to the success of underrepresented students. Candidates who advance to the next round will be asked to submit additional materials. Applications should be submitted by October 5th, although those received after this date will continue to be reviewed until the position is filled. For further questions about the position, please contact Darius Bost at [].
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR - GENDER AND HEALTH, University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Department of Gender and Women's Studies at University of Wisconsin Madison seeks applications from scholars with expertise in gender and health for a nine-month, full-time, permanent tenure-track position to begin August 2022. Applicants should hold a Ph.D. in Gender and Women's Studies, Health Sciences or related fields, with an interdisciplinary orientation to research and teaching as well as a quantitative approach to social scientific methods. Preference will be given to candidates specializing in:
- Intersectional health issues in LGBTQIA+, African-American, Latinx, and/or Native American/Indigenous communities
- Trans Studies
- Disability Studies
- Global Health
- Public Health
Research and teaching interests may include but are not limited to reproductive justice, sexual and reproductive health (SRH), care work, family health, feminist/queer kinship, and health across the lifespan.
Faculty at UW participate in research, teaching, and service. All faculty are expected to maintain a robust and high-quality research agenda. In addition, university and professional service, as well as student advising and mentorship, is required appropriate to career stage. The teaching load is two classes per term. Teaching responsibilities include "Gender, Women, Bodies and Health" (GWS 103) - an introductory, large lecture, health science course, along with additional courses on gender and health at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The ideal candidate will also possess a commitment to student-centered, interactive pedagogy as well as a willingness to foster the success of students from historically marginalized economic, social, and cultural groups.
Applicants should hold a Ph.D. in Gender and Women's Studies, Health Sciences or related fields.
Applicants will be asked to upload the following: (1) a cover letter, and (2) a CV. In addition, applicants will be asked to provide the names and contact information of three references. Candidates' cover letters should include a discussion of their research, teaching, and service, as well as a brief statement describing their experience and vision regarding the teaching and mentorship of students of diverse backgrounds. These materials must be submitted online at: http://jobs.wisc.edu (PVL 243658). References listed will receive an electronic link through which they can upload a signed letter of recommendation, if requested by the search committee later in the search process. If selected to participate further in the recruitment process, candidates will be asked to submit other supporting materials including a writing sample, sample syllabi, and a statement of teaching philosophy.
The successful applicant will be responsible for ensuring eligibility for employment in the United States on or before the effective date of the appointment.
For assured consideration, please apply by November 28, 2021. The position will remain open until the position is filled.
Questions may be sent to Professor Judith Houck, Chair of the Department of Gender and Women's Studies, [] or Professor Christine Garlough, Search Chair, Department of Gender and Women's Studies, [].
The University of Wisconsin Madison is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer. Women, minorities, people with disabilities and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status.
Assistant Professor of Trans and/or Queer Cultural Studies, Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
Quick link to ad and application portal: https://employment.ku.edu/academic/20430BR
The Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Kansas seeks an Assistant Professor of Trans and/or Queer Cultural Studies for Fall 2022. This position is a full-time, tenure-track, academic-year (9-month) appointment. The successful candidate must have research and teaching expertise in trans and/or queer cultural studies and/or theory. Applications from all trans/queer cultural studies scholars are invited with a particular interest in areas of queer of color critique, transnational, global South, or post-colonial analysis. A Ph.D. in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, or equivalent is highly preferred. A Ph.D. in a related field plus graduate work in WGSS or similar will also be considered.
The Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Kansas, born out of student protests in 1972, is among the oldest in the country. It remains a center for thought and action on critical issues of gender and sexuality on campus with five undergraduate programs (two majors, two minors, and a certificate), a Master’s program, a graduate certificate, and is one of only twenty-six departments globally to offer a Ph.D. in WGSS. The department’s core faculty has more than doubled in number in the last decade. An interdisciplinary group of scholars, WGSS core faculty span the humanities and social sciences and focus on both the past and the contemporary world.
The University of Kansas actively encourages application from members of under-represented groups. The University of Kansas values candidates who have experience working with students from diverse backgrounds and possess a strong commitment to improving access to higher education for historically marginalized peoples. We are committed to fostering an inclusive and supportive educational environment for all students, faculty, and staff. The successful candidate will have experience with diversity, equity, and inclusion in higher education.
The University of Kansas is located in the beautiful, historic, and culturally vibrant city of Lawrence, a thriving community 40 minutes from the Kansas City metropolitan area and 30 minutes from the state capital, Topeka. Lawrence, a progressive college town of 95,000, boasts a lively downtown with many music venues, award-winning restaurants, and a nationally celebrated independent bookstore among its many independently owned small businesses. The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is the largest school within the campus and plays a central role within the University. Founded in 1865, KU is a designated Carnegie comprehensive doctoral and research university and is one of only 34 public members of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU). The University enrolls more than 28,000 students and offers students and faculty opportunities to collaborate in its graduate and professional programs, which include education, public health, medicine, law, and a number of allied social science and humanities disciplines.
The successful applicant must have appropriate authorization to work in the U.S. before employment begins.
• Ph.D. in WGSS (or equivalent) OR a Ph.D. in a related field plus graduate work in WGSS or similar field is expected by the start date of appointment.
• Academic specialization in trans/queer cultural studies.
• Demonstrated commitment to excellence in research as evidenced by graduate coursework, dissertation research, publications, and/or externally funded research grants.
• Demonstrated ability to teach effectively at undergraduate and graduate levels.
For a complete announcement and to apply online, go to https://employment.ku.edu/academic/20430BR. Applicants should submit the following items: (a) a letter of interest detailing graduate training in WGSS, research trajectory, teaching experience, and dedication to DEI work (b) full curriculum vitae, (c) research statement, and (d) contact information for three academic references. A writing sample and letters of reference will be requested of short-listed applicants.
In addition to the above, learning about each applicant's contribution and engagement in areas of diversity and inclusion is an important part of KU's mission. As a result, applicants will be presented the following question at the time of application. Each response must be within 4,000 characters or less.
Describe your experiences working with people from diverse backgrounds, and explain how those experiences reflect your commitments to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEIB).
Completed applications must be received no later than November 15, 2021 to be considered. Questions may be sent to the search committee chair, Associate Professor Katie Batza at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Kansas prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, national origin, age, ancestry, disability, status as a veteran, sexual orientation, marital status, parental status, gender identity, gender expression, and genetic information in the university's programs and activities. Retaliation is also prohibited by university policy. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies and are the Title IX coordinators for their respective campuses: Director of the Office of Civil Rights & Title IX, email@example.com, Room 1082, Dole Human Development Center, 1000 Sunnyside Avenue, Lawrence, KS 66045, [], 711 TTY (for the Lawrence, Edwards, Parsons, Yoder, and Topeka campuses); Director, Equal Opportunity Office, Mail Stop 7004, 4330 Shawnee Mission Parkway, Fairway, KS 66205, [], 711 TTY (for the Wichita, Salina, and Kansas City, Kansas medical center campuses).
Jobs (PostDocs?) with 2021 Application Deadlines
- Stanford University, Clayman Institute for Gender Research (Stanford, CA) Postdoctoral Fellow in gender/ intersectionality/feminisms. 2-year term. Application opens 12/01/2022, Deadline: 01/06/2022. NT/FT, details and Interfolio application link at https://gender.stanford.edu/fellowships/postdoctoral-research-fellowships
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Word on the Street
Has anyone heard anything from the TT search in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Wesleyan University? The application deadline was back on October 1st. 11/18 haven't heard anything.
11/19: I’m pretty sure they’ve done first-round interviews already (heard through a friend, haven’t gotten any official notice)
11/22 - rejection email recieved, 460 applications.
11/22: Has anyone heard from Haverford? Very anxious to know if the "shortly before Thanksgiving" window has already passed.
-Second this! Hope someone can provide some updates. Thanks!
11/23: Requests for letters via Interfolio from Haverford— I guess they made their deadline.
--Sorry, new to this. Did people get a specific request, or just find that their Interfolio now was "incomplete" with the option for letters?
-- no need to apologize! In this case, received an email.
-- I did not get an email but the Interfolio says incomplete and now requires letters, so I'm confused.
-- same as above; no request, but incomplete on Interfolio.
--Letter requests were sent by email. The "incomplete" on interfolio is apparently a system glitch that cannot be resolved until the end of the holiday weekend.
11/24: Has anyone heard anything from University of Oklahoma? (Applications due Nov 1)
11/24: Does anyone know if UMD has sent out interview invitations?