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This page is for Art History searches taking place during 2010-2011, for jobs with start dates in fall 2011.

Please list jobs alphabetically by institution within subcategory, and please use the Talk page for related and/or tangential discussions.

Note: It's a bit unwieldy and not necessary to copy and paste the entire job listing to this web page. It's enough to post the institution name, headline, deadline, and brief description.

NB: When creating a listing, please put the institution name in "Heading 3" format, so it shows up in the table of contents.

Successful candidates: please post your salary information on the talk page.

For reference, see the 2009-2010 (& salary info), 2008-2009 and 2007-2008 pages, as well as the Chronicle forum Job-Search Experiences and its FAQ.


AfricanEdit

Saint Mary's College of MarylandEdit

Rolling Deadline, Position open until filled

St. Mary’s College of Maryland at Historic St. Mary’s City is accepting
applications for a one-year Visiting Art Historian position for the 2011-2012
academic year. This is a sabbatical replacement (non-tenure track) position.
Specialist in art and architecture outside the Euro-American tradition (for
example, Art of the Americas, Africa, Asia, Islam). Must have the ability to
teach a range of courses from ancient to contemporary art in specialty field.
Teaching duties include classes in the field of specialization and a
one-semester Introduction to Art History. PhD preferred, ABD considered.
Teaching experience beyond TA level essential. The salary is $35,000.

To apply please submit the following in one packet: hard copies of letter of
application, curriculum vitae, course descriptions, and contact information for
three professional references to: Chair, Art History Replacement Search,
Department of Art and Art History, St. Mary's College of Maryland, 18952 E.
Fisher Road, St. Mary's City, MD, 20686-3001.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is
filled.

University of LouisvilleEdit

African and/or African diaspora visual arts

Deadline: November 15

Job ID: 26358
Location: Pan African Studies
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular

Position Description UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE, Assistant Professor of Pan-African Studies/Fine Arts: The Departments of Pan-African Studies and Fine Arts at the University of Louisville invite applications for a tenure track, joint-appointed Assistant Professor beginning July 1, 2011. Candidates must have teaching and research interests in African, African American, and African Diasporic Art, movements, and artistic formations.

Ph.D. in Pan-African/African-American/Africana Studies (with Fine Arts/Art History emphasis), Fine Arts, Art History, or related field is preferred at the time of appointment. Outstanding ABDs will also be considered. All applicants must also apply online at http://www.louisville.edu. Please include a CV with your on-line application. A letter of interest and three letters of recommendation should be sent to: Professor Ricky L. Jones, Chair, Pan-African Studies/Fine Arts Search Committee, Department of Pan-African Studies, 445 Strickler Hall, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY 40292. The postmark deadline for applications is November 15, 2010.

Application Information

Contact: University of Louisville
Online App. Form: https://saprodic.louisville.edu/psc/saprod/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE. GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=26358

Interviews: On-site interviews are taking place in February.

Offer:

American Art / Art of the United StatesEdit

Ball State UniversityEdit

Tenure-track position available August 19, 2011. Responsibilities: teaching a rotation of courses, including undergraduate art history surveys, a range of upper-level art history courses in areas of interest or expertise and in basic critical theory.

Minimum qualifications: doctoral coursework complete and dissertation defense anticipated by July 1, 2011; research specialty either in American Art before 1945 or History of Photography; ability to develop courses outside principal area of specialization.

Preferred qualifications: Ph.D.; experience with successful teaching at the college level; significant evidence of scholarly publications and activities secondary fields of interest which would complement the department's art history curriculum.

By mail, send cover letter, curriculum vitae, representative course syllabus, writing sample, transcript copy of highest degree earned, and contact information with email addresses for three professional references to:

Dr. Ron Rarick, Art History Search Chairperson, Department of Art, Ball State University, Muncie, IN 47306

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. www.bsu.edu/art

- checklist/ confirmation of application received via US mail.


University of Tennessee, KnoxvilleEdit

Art Historian - American Art. Assistant Professor, tenure-track position starting August 2011 to teach second half of Western Survey, seminars for art-history majors and upper-level courses in American art from the colonial through contemporary periods. Opportunity to develop courses in topics of interest; new courses addressing issues of race, gender, ethnicity encouraged. Ph.D. required. Teaching experience required. Publications desirable. Salary, course-load, and research support competitive; UTK is a Carnegie doctoral research extensive university. Include letter of application, vita and contact information for three references. Application review begins December 1st and will continue until filled. Send materials to Tim Hiles, Chair, Search Committee, School of Art, 213 Arts and Architecture Bldg., 1715 Volunteer Boulevard, Knoxville, TN 37996-2410. Pre-screening interview at CAA annual conference by prior appointment only. Candidates will be scheduled by January 26, 2011.

http://careercenter.collegeart.org/jobs/#/detail/3648045

- EEOE questionnaire rec'd from HR office (sent by regular mail)

-I know they said that they'd be scheduling by the 26th, but has anyone heard anything? (1/21)

--Request for CAA interview, via email (1/21) X6

Anybody hear anything since CAA (2/24)?

No, I was wondering the same thing (2/25).

Phone call invite to campus visit late last week (2/27)

Four candidates were brought to campus the first and second week of March. No word yet on a final choice? (4/4)

Someone accepted the offer, according to my snailmail rejection. (4/14)

Drexel UniversityEdit

Americanist - Assistant Professor Tenure Track

Interviews (15) at CAA being scheduled via email, as of 1/21

Campus interview invites sent 2/16. In what format, email? Thx.

Don't know format--second hand knowledge. All I know is that someone has a campus visit scheduled as of 2/17.

Any one else hear back about campus interviews?

Nope. (2/25)

Rejection email 2/28 (Sorry to hear that. At least you got an email though; still heard NOTHING at all.) 3/1

I emailed to ask for an update -- it took a while, but I did get a response (though not the one I had hoped for...) You might contact them, too, if you are needing a response soon. (3/2)

After sending a short/polite note to the SC, they replied right away with a kind rejection email. (3/2)

How is it that the exact same post regarding an update (3/2) appears under a Ren/Baroque search further down? Wikia wackiness, or is someone playing with us?
No wackiness -- my field overlaps both. The lower post is actually broader than just Ren/Baroque, and includes 19thC.

I received the most curt rejection from Drexel tonight (3 lines). I wasn't interviewed, which you'd think they would have sent my rejection email in February. Have they made their choice, btw? (4/4)

That's odd, I received a very nice rejection email a week or two ago, but I did interview with them at CAA. According to the email they have filled the position. (4/15)

Offer:

First Nations / Aboriginal ArtEdit

Concordia Univeristy, Montreal, CanadaEdit

Concordia University’s Department of Art History invites applications for one tenure-track position in the field of First Nations/Aboriginal Art History for July 1, 2011. We welcome applications from specialists in First Nations, Métis and/or Inuit arts and culture.

The successful candidate will be expected to teach undergraduate and graduate courses, and from the outset to assist in the supervision of MA students who are undertaking theses in the First Nations/Aboriginal art and architecture of North America. Although classes are taught in English, fluency in spoken and written French would be considered an asset.

Applicants should hold a completed PhD, have teaching experience at the post-secondary level, and have a demonstrated ability to conduct and disseminate innovative research.

Deadline: November 1, 2010

For further information, please visit:

http://finearts.concordia.ca/officeofthedean/jobpostings/art-history-first-nationspost-colonial.php


On campus interviews conducted in December 2010. Finalist has been identified.

Ancient: Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Near EastEdit

Baylor UniversityEdit

Tenure-track, Greek and Roman Art, Department of Art

Telephone interview: requested 1/24

Campus Interview: (Through word of mouth, I know that campus interviews have been requested.)

Offer: offered and accepted, 5/2

Boston UniversityEdit

Description of position: Boston University's Art History Department invites applications and nominations for a tenure-track position as assistant professor of Greek art and architecture to begin September 1, 2011 (pending final budgetary approval). Ph.D. required; teaching experience and publications preferred. The successful candidate will teach four courses per academic year, usually two lecture courses and two seminars, and conduct research in her or his area of specialization. Applicants should send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and the names of three references no later than December 1, 2010, to: Professor Fred S. Kleiner, Chair, Art History Department, Boston University, 725 Commonwealth Avenue, Room 302, Boston, Massachusetts 02215, fsk@bu.edu. Supporting materials, unless requested by the search committee, will not be returned. Boston University is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer.

Deadline: December 1, 2010.

Interviews:12/15/10 Interview extended (CAA) x2

Offer: Offer made and accepted (Hellenistic art historian)

Bowling Green State UniversityEdit

Position Title/Appointment: Assistant Professor, Art History. Tenure track.

Qualifications: PhD in art history required. Teaching experience preferable. Candidate must have a specialty in the art and culture of the Ancient World, with a demonstrated interest in the reuses of antiquity and its impact on the modern era. Commitment to innovative pedagogical approaches and use of digital technology is desirable.

Deadline for application: postmarked January 7, 2011.

Interview: Contacted (via phone, 1/21) for "informational meeting" at CAA x 10.

Campus Visit Scheduled: (2/23) Selection committee underway-- campus visit invitations will be extended in near future. (3/12) According to the Classics wiki, a campus visit was extended back on 2/23.

Rejection letter 5/16

Offer: made and accepted, early May (Ancient Near East art historian)

Central Michigan University *UPDATED*Edit

Description of position: The Department of Art and Design at Central Michigan University invites applications for a part-time fixed term adjunct position in Art History. Position has medical benefits and a generous university retirement contribution. Position begins August 15, 2011 and ends May 2012.

Applicant will be teaching two to three courses during each semester of the three semester appointment.

Required qualifications: ABD or PhD in Art History or equivalent. Generalist with an ability to teach Western Art Survey and one or more of the following areas: Greek, Roman, Medieval, Byzantine, Renaissance. Desired qualifications: Teaching experience at the College or University level.

Application Procedure: Please submit an application at http://www.jobs.cmich.edu .

Required files to upload--

  • Letter of Intent
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Names of three current references with phone number/email address
  • Copy of Graduate Transcript

Optional files to upload--

  • Evidence of Teaching Effectiveness (past syllabi and student evaluations if available) desired but not required

Application must be made on-line at http://www.jobs.cmich.edu. Applications via email or post not accepted. For information, please call the CMU Department of Art and Design: 989-774-3025; or email barro1r@cmich.edu.

Deadline: Position is open until filled although priority consideration will be given to applications received by March 1, 2010. (*DEADLINE HAS BEEN UPDATED*)

Interviews: 3/4, email requesting phone interview.

Offer: Any offer made yet?

3/30 Job status on the CMU hr website says "Position filled (pending)," which probably means an offer has been made.

Chapman UniversityEdit

The Department of Art seeks faculty with a specialty in Ancient and Medieval Art to teach undergraduate courses in an Art History Department with two full-time faculty. In addition to contributing to introductory level courses, the faculty member will teach upper-level courses in an area of specialization focusing on the ancient world including Greek and/or Roman and Egyptian art. The courseload may also include curriculum on ancient, near east, or early Islam art, depending on faculty member's preparation. Faculty would be responsible for one course in the medieval period. Applications for the position must include a cover letter of interest, teaching philosophy, curriculum vitae, a sample publication, unofficial copy of graduate transcripts, and two (2)sample syllabi. Additionally, candidates should forward separately three letters of reference. All materials should be sent to Art History Search Committee, Department of Art, Chapman University, One University Drive, Orange, CA 92866 no later than December 10, 2010.

The position requires a PhD in art history or ABD with degree to be awarded by August 2011. The department encourages applications from candidates with a fresh and dynamic perspective on teaching, curricular development, and interdisciplinary practices, and committed to student mentorship. The faculty member will teach five courses per year, oversee senior theses, maintain active research and publication agenda, and provide service to both the University and the discipline’s professional associations. Salary is commensurate with qualifications. The position will begin in August 2011.

Deadline: December 10, 2010

Request to complete Applicant Data Record for HR (1/14) X 4

Interviews: Request for CAA interview via email 1/30 X 7

Did anyone get a sense of their timeline for campus visits? I forgot to ask. Thanks.

They mentioned that they hoped to send campus invitations by the end of this week (1/18)

2/22: The committee contacted at least one of my references. (x3)

2/21 rejection email

3/2 request for campus visit (phone) X 3

Offer: Offer made and accepted by Justin Walsh.

Colgate UniversityEdit

Art Historian--Ancient and Medieval. Full-time, Assistant Professor, Tenure Track. Ph.D. expected at time of appointment. Primary teaching responsibilities include introductory and advanced courses in the Art and Architecture of the Mediterranean, Europe and the Near East before 1400. Responsibilities also include senior thesis advising and participation in Colgate's Liberal Arts Core Curriculum.

Send letter of application, résumé and three letters of recommendation to: Robert McVaugh, Chair, Department of Art and Art History, Colgate University, 13 Oak Drive, Hamilton, New York 13346. No material returned without SASE. Review of applications will begin December 15, 2010. Preliminary interviews will be scheduled for the College Art Association meetings in New York, 2011.

Deadline: Review of applications will begin December 15, 2010.

Interview: Request for CAA interview via email (1/17) (x4) Ancient or medieval? Medieval (original poster) Medieval who can teach ancient (2nd poster)

Offer: see below under medieval (an offer was made and accepted)

College of CharlestonEdit

Tenure Track, Assistant Professor of Art History with specialty in Ancient Art to teach undergraduate courses in an Art History Department with nine full-time faculty. PhD in art history or related field, prior teaching experience, and evidence of professional accomplishment required. Teach three courses per semester, on-going research, publication, and service expected. Salary commensurate with qualifications. Appointment begins August 2011.

Applications for the position must include a cover letter of interest, curriculum vitae, sample publications, unofficial copy of graduate transcripts, and sample syllabi. Additionally, candidates should forward separately three letters of reference. All materials should be sent to Art History Search Committee, Department of Art History, College of Charleston, 66 George Street Charleston, SC 29424.

Deadline: December 1, 2010 until position is filled.

Interviews: interview requested for CAA (12/10) x 5

Campus Visit: Any news on campus visits? (3/4)

Post CAA rejection received via snail mail (3/8) x3

Offer:

Vassar - Blegen FellowshipEdit

Deadline: January 15

The Vassar College Department of Greek and Roman Studies invites applicants for the Blegen Fellowship in 2011-12. This position will be filled EITHER as the Blegen Research Fellowship OR the Blegen Postdoctoral Fellowship. Candidates working in any area of classical studies are invited to apply to either the Research or Post-Doc fellowship, depending on their qualifications.
To receive full consideration, applications should be received by January 15, 2011.

Interview:

Offer: Position has been filled, according to Vassar HR website (accessed 3.14.11).

Rejection email (3/14/11)

Salve ReginaEdit

Salve Regina University seeks candidates for an Assistant Professor, tenure-track position in either Ancient Greek and Roman art and architecture or in Non-Western art history.

Application deadline November 30, 2010

Telephone interview: 1/13 x3

Request for CAA interview: via email (2/1) x2

Campus Interview: via email (2/14) x2

Congrats to those with campus interviews - do you mind sharing your fields (G, R, non-western?)?

A: So far, one Greek archaeologist and one Roman archaeologist/art historian.

Offer:

University of GeorgiaEdit

Assistant Professor in Ancient Art and Classics

Full Time - Academic-Assistant Professor
Deadline: January 31

Interview: CAA Interview requested (by phone) 2/5

Campus Interview: Any news, interviewed candidates? (3/8)

I was interviewed but still haven't heard back either way (3/11)

Campus visits have been scheduled (according to UGA website, accessed 3/14/11)

Offer: Position Filled

Other Resources:Edit

Classics wiki: http://classics.wikidot.com/start Classics Job Market blog: http://famaevolent.blogspot.com/

Any or General Art HistoryEdit

Western Illinois UniversityEdit

Position: Non-TT Associate Faculty Position in Art History (speciality before 1750 with ability to teach non-Western), 4/4 teaching load, competitve salary and benefits. Deadline: March

Interviews: phone interview 4/5

Phone interview 3/29 (x2)

4/11: department chair contacted references via phone (x2)

4/12: on-campus interview requested via phone (x2) Any offer yet? (5/10)

Offer:

Ohio Wesleyan UniversityEdit

Description of Position: Tenure-track assistant professorship in Art History. Position begins August 2011. Responsibilities include teaching Survey of Art History II (global), European Art 1750-1850, American Art, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, and a course on Asian Art, Meso- or Native American Art, or African Art; supervising directed reading and art history capstone (senior thesis) projects; maintaining an active scholarly and professional record; assuming departmental and university service. Deadline: January 31, 2011

Interviews: 10 prelim interviews at CAA, 2 via Skype; any news on campus interviews? 3/22

3/25, Invited for campus interview in April.

Thanks for the info. May I ask when you were contacted for a second interview? 3/26

Offer:

Pacific Northwest College of ArtEdit

Description of Position: The Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) seeks a full-time art historian to join the Department of Liberal Arts (Assistant or Associate)

Deadline: January 18, 2011 Any ideas on the timeline for this? are they interviewing at CAA?

In an email confirming receipt of materials, I was told to expect word in early March.

Interviews:

Had phone interview 2/28 -- said would call on campus finalists next week-ish

campus interview scheduled 3/7

any news?

Offer:

Arkansas Tech UniversityEdit

Description of position: Arkansas Tech University invites applications for a tenure track art history position beginning August 19, 2011. Ph.D. preferred, ABD required in the art history field. Applicant will teach art foundation and advanced art history courses. The department of art is located in a new state of the art facility on the campus of Arkansas Tech University, a mid-sized liberal arts university. Send letter of application, resume, transcripts and three letters of reference to: Dr. Cathy Caldwell, Head, Department of Art, Norman Hall, Room 104A, Arkansas Tech University, Russellville, Arkansas 72801. Screening of applicants begins immediately until February 28. AA/EOE.

Deadline: Screening of applicants begins immediately until February 28, 2011.

Interviews: phone interview 3/3

on campus interview scheduled 4/1

Offer:

Central Michigan University *UPDATED*
Edit

Description of position: The Department of Art and Design at Central Michigan University invites applications for a part-time fixed term adjunct position in Art History. Position has medical benefits and a generous university retirement contribution. Position begins August 15, 2011 and ends May 2012.

Applicant will be teaching two to three courses during each semester of the three semester appointment.

Required qualifications: ABD or PhD in Art History or equivalent. Generalist with an ability to teach Western Art Survey and one or more of the following areas: Greek, Roman, Medieval, Byzantine, Renaissance. Desired qualifications: Teaching experience at the College or University level.

Application Procedure: Please submit an application at http://www.jobs.cmich.edu .

Required files to upload--

  • Letter of Intent
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Names of three current references with phone number/email address
  • Copy of Graduate Transcript

Optional files to upload--

  • Evidence of Teaching Effectiveness (past syllabi and student evaluations if available) desired but not required

Application must be made on-line at http://www.jobs.cmich.edu. Applications via email or post not accepted. For information, please call the CMU Department of Art and Design: 989-774-3025; or email barro1r@cmich.edu.

Deadline: Position is open until filled although priority consideration will be given to applications received by March 1, 2010. (*DEADLINE HAS BEEN UPDATED*)

Interviews: phone interview requested 3/4

Offer: Any offer? --See above, under Ancient

Franklin College (Switzerland)Edit

Description of position: Franklin College Switzerland seeks applications for the position of Assistant Professor in Art History. The position begins in the fall of 2011, pending funding.

Preference will be given to candidates with European experience and a working knowledge of a Swiss language. Please submit electronically a letter of application, a cv, and recent teaching evaluations to ahtsearch@fc.edu by November 10, 2010. For more information see http://www.fc.edu; please direct all questions to Professor Johanna Fassl, search committee chair, at jfassl@fc.edu .

Deadline: November 10, 2010.

Interviews: phone mid-Dec. In person interviews scheduled for mid Feb

Offer

Centre CollegeEdit

Description of position: Centre College invites applications for a tenure‐track assistant professor in Art History beginning August 2011. The successful candidate will hold a PhD (ABD considered).

Deadline: Review of applications will begin October 18, 2010, and continue until the position is filled.

Interviews: CAA interview requested 12/22. (x 5)

  • Had an interview at CAA but haven't heard anything since (3/5)

Offer:

  • Any word about on campus interviews? (3/3)
  • campus interviews have taken place (3/5) Thanks for the info, how many finalist candidates?
  • Any information out yet about this position? I applied but haven't heard anything besides confirmation of receiving application.
  • Has an offer been made? (3/22)
  • Campus interviews are still taking place. (3/30)
  • Any news on an offer? (4/22)
  • 5/6: Received an email stating the search has been completed - offer made and accepted.

Kendall College of Art & Design (Ferris State University)Edit

Description of position: Teach a total of 18 semester hours per academic year; open area in any field of WESTERN art history. Required: PhD in Art History (degree must be completed by date of appointment); and full-time, part-time or adjunct college-level teaching experience. To apply, access the electronic applicant system by logging on to http://employment.ferris.edu .


Deadline: Screening of applicants begins immediately until position filled.

Interviews: CAA interview requested 12/28 (x4)

Campus interviews anyone? (3/5) Reply: No news here -- was told at CAA that process could take quite a long time due to Ferris State's administrative policies for searches (3/8) Reply: Thanks for that! I have a friend who has/d a campus visit for the Non-Western position... Ahhhh, well, to be frank, I also contacted the SC on 2/25 and she kindly responded that they were working on finalist list for Western search but had not yet submitted anything to administration -- I had forgotten about the Non-Western search, which probably slowed things down as well. I hope the Western search goes forward!

3/9: No news yet about a campus interview for the western art history search.

Any news? 3/17

Finalists have been contacted. 3/18

4/12: on-campus interview requested for end of April via phone

Offer: made and accepted 5/2

OCAD Faculty of Liberal StudiesEdit

Location, Toronto

The Faculty of Liberal Studies invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in Art History. The area of specialization is open; however, preference will be given to candidates with expertise in one of the following areas: pre-twentieth century art history, art and architectural history of the Middle East, Africa, Eastern Europe/Eurasia, or Latin America.

Review of applications will begin February 15th, 2011.

Interviews: Anything?

4/7: interviews underway

Offers:

4/22: received email saying search closed without hiring. (x 2)



Ohio University - School of ArtEdit

Visiting Assistant Professor of Art History

The School of Art at Ohio University invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor appointment in Art History beginning September 1, 2011. We seek an outstanding scholar who is able to teach upper division and graduate courses in their area of specialization. Candidate will also teach the art history survey from cave painting to medieval art, and the art appreciation class for studio majors.

Responsibilities: The teaching load is 8 courses per year (quarter calendar) in undergraduate and graduate Art History, including one course in the Foundations program.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. Please use this link to view posting details and apply online: https://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=58043

To apply, please visit the Human Resources Employment Opportunity website at: www.ohiouniversityjobs.com, and include:

Completed online quick application
Curriculum Vitae (Must be attached electronically)
Cover Leter (Must be attached electronically)
Teaching philosophy (Must be attached electronically)
Names and contact information for 3 professional references (Must be attached electronically).

Ohio University is an AA/EOE. Applications from women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are encouraged.

interviews:


offers:



Portland Community CollegeEdit

Instructor, Art History (2 positions)

Location: Sylvania Campus

Full-time Faculty

Starting Salary Range: Current 2010/11 salary range of $46,314/yr to $80,307/yr subject to contract negotiations. Hires will normally be at Step 1 - $46,314; Step 2 - $47,934; or Step 3 - $49,613 depending on experience

Job Close Date: November 23, 2010

Position 1: Instructor, Art History (Western Art)

Position 2: Instructor, Art History (Modern Art)Hours of work may include evening or weekend teaching assignments. Initial assignments will be at the Sylvania Campus.

More information is available at: http://www.pcc.edu/hr/employment/faculty-information.html

Minimum Qualifications: Masters or Ph.D. in Art History
OR
A Masters Degree in a related field (Arts, Humanities, Social Science) with 30 graduate level quarter credits in Art History.

Preferred Qualifications: For Western Art History Position:
- M.A. or Ph.D. in Western Art History (e.g., Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance, or Baroque)
- Graduate Study in non-Western Art History
- Graduate study in specialized areas of Art History (e.g., Graphic Design, Architecture, Women's Art)
- Experience in Visual Resources Management

For Modern Art History Position: - M.A. or Ph.D. in Modern Art History (1750 to present)
- Graduate Study in non-Western Art History
- Graduate study in specialized areas of Art History (e.g., Graphic Design, Architecture, Women's Art, Art Theory)
- Experience in Visual Resources Management

For more information and to apply, visit: http://jobs.pcc.edu

Rejection e-mail rec'd 1/20, Request for more info plus answers to questions, email with follow up call 1/20 x3

What's the teaching load? 4-4-4 Wow! Insane, right? Rejection email after answering Qs 2/14 x3

any news?

Interviews:

Offer(s):

Minneapolis College of Art and DesignEdit

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Art History (http://www.mcad.edu). Interviewing at CAA.

Deadline: January 6 for full consideration

Interviews: CAA interview (notified via email 1/20)

Anyone hear anything about a campus visit?

received a letter (after caa interview) stating that I wasnt being invited for a campus visit

Offer:

Susquehanna UniversityEdit

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Art History

Deadline: Review begins on January 5

Interviews: Request for phone interview via email 2/8 (x3)

Has anyone heard from the SC?

  • Nope. They told me they were going to try to have a shortlist by their spring break, which starts Friday.
  • Thanks

Any word? Did the SC, in fact, notify their shortlist? Thx! (3/8)

  • Don't know if they have or haven't, but I've heard nothing. (3/9)
  • Campus interviews were held last week with 2 finalists (3/9)
  • Thanks for the update, good luck to the finalists! (3/9)

Offer: Offer made and accepted

Warren Wilson College (Asheville, NC)Edit

Faculty position in Art History (extended contract system). Ability to teach Art History I and II, Non-western art and Contemporary Issues. www.warren-wilson.edu

Deadline: January 9

(1/5 - I turned in the application early): received confirmation of my application receipt via email explaining application process. (x3)

Has anyone heard anything further? - Nope. Crickets. More crickets. Wait, was that an owl? (x3) No, just more crickets (x2). Emailed them - it's taking longer than expected b/c of the large volume of apps. They hope to be contacting people "soon," but didn't provide specifics.

Anything else new? (3/1)

Questionaire to determine candidates for telephone interview received 3/1 (x4)

  • If you all don't mind, was this received by post or email? (3/3) Via email.

Telephone Interviews:

  • Has anyone heard anything? (4/5)
  • telephone interview 4/4

On-campus Interviews: scheduled 4/5

Offer:

Washburn UniversityEdit

Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Art History (open speciality). Prefer two years of teaching experience beyond graduate assistanships.

Deadline: Review begins November 29

Interviews:

Offer: offer made and accepted per rejection letter received in late March


Webster UniversityEdit

Full-time Assistant Professor of Art History (speciality open) with interdisciplinary interests and ability to teach in non-traditional areas of art history in studio-based department. www.webster.edu

Deadline: January 10

Interviews: CAA interview scheduled 2/4 (x3)

  • Any word on campus interviews? 3/6
  • Weird, no word, anybody hearing anything? 3/6
  • campus visits have happened already 3/10

Offer: any word on finalists? Offer made? (3/22) Heard that they just interviewed their 3rd candidate yesterday (3/29)

Any new news? 4/25

Georgia State UniversityEdit

Full-time, regular lecturer of Art History. Teach surveys in Western and non-Western art. Area is open but preference is for non-Western or American art historian (Islamic, Asian, Pre-Columbian, Latin American or Native American).

Deadline: open until filled

Telephone interviews: requested by phone (2/2)

4/20: Any new information here? Has the job been offered?

4/23: I've been informed that finalists are being notified for campus visits

Offer:

University of Texas @ TylerEdit

Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Art History (specialty open). Ability to teach western and non-western art history desired. Interviewing at CAA.

Received letter from chair on 1/3 acknowledging my application and outlining process. CAA and phone interviews will be scheduled by end of January and campus visit will be scheduled for late February/early March. If this letter is any indication, UT-Tyler is a class act!

Interviews: requested (by phone) 1/27 (x3)

2/14: Follow-up phone interview scheduled via phone (x 2)

Any news about campus visits (2/28)? Not here...(3/1) -- Thanks for the response!

Offer: Spoke to the departmental secretary today and she said that they have hired someone. (3/14)

Spoke to departmental secretary today to set up a phone interview for 3/25. Perhaps the offer was declined? (3/15)

Re 3/25 phone interview - did you already have a campus interview?

3/15: Contacted SC -- an offer was made and accepted for original search, but a second line was opened for another hire. I have no idea how these candidates are being selected for interviews (by area?).

3/16: May I ask the poster who got a new phone interview--did you already have a phone intereview shortly after CAA?

3/16: The 3/25 phone interview is the first contact since the letter that my application was received. Perhaps it's by area - I'm early 20th c.

3/24: Yes, that's my understanding. They hired an ancient-Ren. specialist. Someone is leaving. They're now looking at modernists.

3/28: Invitation for campus interview re: this new position.

Seton HallEdit

Deadline: January 24, 2011

Assistant Professor of Art History and Museum Studies. Seton Hall University, So. Orange, New Jersey, USA. Tenure track position. PhD in art history, teaching experience, and knowledge of museum theory and/or practice required.

Interview: CAA interview requested 1/28 via email. x3

Campus interview scheduled.

Offer: Offer made (3/16) and accepted (3/21).

4/1 Has anyone received a rejection letter? Finalist here with no word from S.H. even after I contacted them...

4/10 - Another on-campus person, no rejection letter here, altho the above (3/21) seems to suggest the decision is made. There seemed to be an inside candidate thoguh, no?

Not an inside candidate.

4/15 Same poster as above (4/1) - Just stating on record that on 4/2 I ended up losing another (albeit adjunct) position in the course of waiting for confirmation from S.H.; all communications to them went unanswered...and of course Still No Rejection Letter (maybe they aren't going to bother to notify us?). Tempted to post on the 'schools-to-watch-out-for' page. Am very thankful though to the person who posted the news of their offer/acceptance, otherwise we would still be sitting in the dark!

  • That's frustrating, and I know the bird-in-hand vs in-bush thing is hard to juggle, but in the future, I'd say go ahead and take the adjunct opportunity and then back out on them if the TT appointment comes through. I don't think anyone would really blame you, and, really, it's just an adjunct job. If they want a real commitment, they should pay for it.

Architectural HistoryEdit

University of South CarolinaEdit

Description of position: The Department of Art in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of South Carolina, Columbia invites applications for a tenured or tenure track appointment at the Assistant or Associate level in American Architectural History beginning in the Fall of 2011.

Deadline: Deadline for applications is Nov. 15, 2010.

Has anyone seen the posting for this? I have looked, but can't find it. (9/2)

Yes, it is listed on the CAA website, mixed in with all other new art history positions. CAA posted it Aug. 30. (9/4)

Interviews:

Interview at CAA and writing sample requested via snail mail. Letter said they had it down to 7 finalists. (12/13)

Offer: made and accepted (4/22)

Reed CollegeEdit

Description of position: Reed College, Assistant Professor, tenure-track. Start August 2011. Salary and benefits competitive. Ph.D. or near completion. Specialty in an area of modern or contemporary art or architectural history (c. 1750-present); preference to candidates specializing in European or American art or architecture. The appointment entails: 1)regular teaching of art history courses in the area of specialty and of an interdisciplinary Humanities course; 2)occasional teaching of a seminar-like methodological introduction to art history; 3)advising senior art history theses. Possibility of curating shows in the Cooley Art Gallery. Please send curriculum vitae, a letter describing teaching and scholarly interests, and three letters of reference to William Diebold, Chair, Modern Search, Reed College, Portland, Oregon 97202. Please indicate if you will be attending the CAA annual meeting. Consideration of applications will begin December 1, 2010 and continue until the position is filled. Search inquiries may be addressed to: modernarthistory@reed.edu.

Deadline: Consideration of applications will begin December 1, 2010 and continue until the position is filled.

Received letter confirming receipt of application materials (postmarked 12-6-2010) x3

1/11: has anyone heard anything about this one? I see that this department has scheduled interviews for its other jobs search ...

1/12 I haven't heard anything yet either. x4

Interviews:

-CAA interview scheduled, 11/18 (x2 by email)

-CAA interview scheduled, 1/18

Were your interviews scheduled by phone, email, or letter, if you don't mind the question?

REPLY: I received mine via email.

Congrats and good luck to those who got interviews!!!

-Campus interview scheduled (2/15) (x2)

Offer:

Columbia UniversityEdit

Description of position: Columbia University's Department of Art History and Archaeology is offering a tenure-track assistant professor position in architectural history, 1500-1750 (Renaissance-Baroque). To apply for the job and to get complete details, please go to - https://academicjobs.columbia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=53673. Review of applications begins immediately. Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer.

Deadline: Open Until Filled.

Interviews: Anybody hear anything at all about this? Acknowledgment? Interviews? Rejection? Silence?

CAA interview scheduled 2/2 (x2)

Non-CAA phone interview scheduled via email 2/3 (x2)

CAA and non-CAA interviews: May I ask about your experience? Who interviewed you? Are they looking for a Renaissance-Baroque specialist or more specifically a Colonialist?

Geography breakdown too, if y'all don't mind. Iberian peninsula? ___ Colonial? ___ Italy? ___ Other Europe? ___

Yes, I would be interested in people's experience at CAA or phone interviews? Anyone like to share?

All quiet ... any further news? Campus interviews?

Campus interviews have begun. Though I am not an applicant, I am wondering what the news is with this search? Has an offer been made?

Has this search failed? No rejection letter, no news of an offer, and commencement at Columbia next week (May 18), so the SC will probably be dispersed for the summer. Anyone care to set things straight?

The search has failed.

Offer:

Binghamton UniversityEdit

Description of position: The Art History Department seeks candidates for a full-time, tenure-track position in modern art and/or architecture at the rank of assistant professor. Applicants must have a PhD in art history or a related field, a strong commitment to teaching, and an active research program. Salary is commensurate with

Complete application package to include: letter of intent; curriculum vitae; one writing sample; one sample syllabus; and three references. Electronic submission only, to be sent to: art-history-search@binghamton.edu.

Deadline: December 5, 2010.

Interviews: Scheduled via email (1/14), for skype, not CAA.

Polite rejection letter via e-mail 1/22 (x2) The (very polite) note I received explained that, after an initial review of applications, my candidacy would not be pursued. Or something more or less to that effect. But very nicely worded.

What did it say? If I may ask?

I appreciate your interest in the Art History Department at Binghamton University and the modernist position for which you applied. After reviewing the applications received by the deadline, yours was not selected for further consideration. {graf break} The department appreciates the time you invested in your application. I encourage you to apply for posted and advertised positions in our department in the future. {graf break}I wish you every personal and professional success with you job search and in the future. Thank you, again, for your interest in our department.

They were equally friendly when fielding my questions during the app process. Even though it's boilerplate, it makes the rejection a whole lot less dismal. Binghamton = class act in my book.

Agreed. x2

Has anyone heard about second round interviews or campus visits? (2/4) Campus visits in progress. (2/14) Any news here? (3/21) Yeah, any update on this one? (3/29)

Offer: Offer made and accepted.

Wake ForestEdit

Tenure Track, Assistant Professor, Architectural History

Teaching responsibilities: survey of world architecture, period subjects in architectural history. Pre-20th century specialization preferred. Ph.D. and significant teaching experience expected. Professor Bernadine Barnes, Chair, Search Committee, Art Department, Box 7232, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC 27109. A/D January 7, 2011. AA.

Interviews: CAA interview scheduled 1/20 (x4). Campus interviews for three candidates. -- Have these been scheduled? (3/11)

May I ask how your interviews were scheduled (mail/phone/email)?

by phone/by email

Has anyone heard about campus interviews being scheduled? (3/9)

Any news? 3/17

Three finalists have been contacted. 3/18

Offer:

Asian: East, South, SoutheastEdit

Washington University at St Louis

tenure-track position.

Offer: made and accepted (rejection email sent 4/5)

would the person accept the offer be willing to post his/her school etc?

dept website lists Kristina Kleutghen (PhD Harvard) as new Assistant Professor (7/11)

Oklahoma State University

Did anyone hear from them after CAA? (3/25 x2)

Offer: made and accepted

Would the person accepted the offer be willing to post his/her school etc?

dept website lists Shoaqian Zhang (Northwestern) as assistant professor

Saint Mary's College of MarylandEdit

Rolling Deadline, Position open until filled

St. Mary’s College of Maryland at Historic St. Mary’s City is accepting
applications for a one-year Visiting Art Historian position for the 2011-2012
academic year. This is a sabbatical replacement (non-tenure track) position.
Specialist in art and architecture outside the Euro-American tradition (for
example, Art of the Americas, Africa, Asia, Islam). Must have the ability to
teach a range of courses from ancient to contemporary art in specialty field.
Teaching duties include classes in the field of specialization and a
one-semester Introduction to Art History. PhD preferred, ABD considered.
Teaching experience beyond TA level essential. The salary is $35,000.

To apply please submit the following in one packet: hard copies of letter of
application, curriculum vitae, course descriptions, and contact information for
three professional references to: Chair, Art History Replacement Search,
Department of Art and Art History, St. Mary's College of Maryland, 18952 E.
Fisher Road, St. Mary's City, MD, 20686-3001.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is
filled.

Oregon State UniversityEdit

Has anyone heard anything on this search?

Applied five weeks ago no word whatsoever...typical i suppose...but still totally unprofessional.

I never heard anything from them (3/19x2)

anyone heard anything since CAA conference interviews? (3/25)

Did anyone interview for this position at CAA - was this conference not held before the actual due date for applications on Feb 12? Interviews were conducted at CAA.

Three campus visits were scheduled in February.

Seems unfair that if you still got an application in more than a week prior to the deadline you were not considered as decisions were already made well in advance of CAA....yes, unprofessional.

Has there been an offer made/accepted ? YES

Schedule of Classes lists Lei Xue (PhD, Columbia)

Southwestern University, Austin area, TXEdit

Assistant Professor (tenure-track), East Asian Art

The Art History program in the Department of Art and Art History at Southwestern University is seeking an historian of East Asian art, with a primary research focus in China, for a full time, tenure track position, beginning August 2011. Teaching responsibilities include introductory through seminar level courses in the history of Chinese art, and introductory level courses in select other areas of East Asian art history. Other secondary fields would be welcome, but are not required. The successful candidate’s courses will contribute to the Art History program, and will also support the University’s overall East Asian studies curriculum. Candidates must be committed to teaching within an undergraduate liberal arts setting as well as to actively pursuing excellence in scholarship. We are especially interested in candidates committed to advancing diversity in academia. PhD in art history must be in hand by August 2011.

Please send a letter of interest, CV, three letters of reference, statement of teaching philosophy, and a sample of recent scholarship to: Allison Fannin, Secretary, Sarofim School of Fine Arts, Southwestern University, 1001 East University Avenue, Georgetown, TX 78626, (512) 863-1504, fannina@southwestern.edu.

Deadline: December 15

Interviews:Interview scheduled for CAA (1/28)

DId anyone hear from them yet (2/21) x 2? Any news (3/4)?

Offer made, accepted.

Schedule of Classes lists Allison R. Miller (Harvard)

McGill University, Montreal, CanadaEdit

Assistant Professor (tenure-track), Gretta Chambers Chair in East Asian Art History, specialization in Chinese art history.

For the ad see: http://www.mcgill.ca/channels/announcements/item/?item_id=167043

Deadline: November 1, 2010.

Interviews: any news?

Offer made 2/10

The College of William & Mary (Virginia)Edit

The College of William and Mary seeks an Assistant Professor of East Asian Art, tenure track. The successful candidate will contribute to our department’s introductory survey course (ideally pre-1500CE), develop a curriculum of courses in his or her own area of specialty, take part in the college’s East Asian Studies Program, and participate in shaping the newly proposed Asian and Middle East Studies Program. Two courses a semester. Ph.D. completed by August 2011. Please submit a letter of intent, CV, and three letters of recommendation to http://jobs.wm.edu. Postmark deadline: January 3, 2011. Position opened until filled. Interviews at the College Art Association. The College of William and Mary is an EEO/AA employer.

Deadline: January 3, 2011.

Interviews: any news? not yet (Jan. 25)!

CAA interview request (1/24) CAA interview request (1/28)x2

campus interview: any news? (2/16)anybody heard of anything? (2/21)

any news here?

Offer: made yet?

Schedule of Classes lists Xin WU (formerly curator at Dumbarton Oaks, Univ of Bristol PhD)

The Ohio State UniversityEdit

Assistant Professor (tenure track), Asian Art, all sub-fields and periods except modern China and later Chinese painting.

Deadline: November 1, 2010.

Interviews: video interviews scheduled for Jan (Dec 23)

Any update post video interviews? (Jan 11)

Anyone heard back yet? (Jan 13) Still no news here (Jan. 27)

Got a "thank you -we'll keep you posted" email last week (jan. 8). Anyone hear anything else? x 4

Anybody heard back post video interviews? (Jan 25) sigh.

My interview was on the 14th, but still haven't heard anything yet.

Word is that they've brought or are about to bring a couple of people to campus, but may invite others as well, depending on how those first ones go. (Jan. 31)

Offer: Made and accepted by a Korean PhD from Harvard

The Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada (Japanese)Edit

Associate Curator (tenure track, equivalent to tenure track Assistant Professor), Japanese Art, all sub-fields and periods; cross-appointment to teach in University of Toronto.

For ad see: http://www.rom.on.ca/about/jobdetails.php?messageid=4737&ref=retrieve

Deadline: November 5, 2010.

Interviews:

Offer:

The Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada (East Asian)Edit

Curator, Louise Hawley Stone Chair of East Asian Art (tenure track, equivalent to tenure track Assistant/Associate Professor), East Asian Art, specialization in a period or subfield of Chinese art and material culture from the late dynastic period (post-Han) to the modern/contemporary preferred; cross-appointment to teach in University of Toronto.

For ad see: http://www.rom.on.ca/about/jobdetails.php?messageid=4736&ref=retrieve

Deadline: November 5, 2010.

Interviews: Campus interview request in mid-March (2/14)

Offer: Wen-chien Cheng (Ph.D U of Michigan)

Hunter College (CUNY)Edit

Description: Job Title: Assistant, Associate or Full Professor - Art Historian (Far Eastern Art & Architecture) REOPENED Job ID: 2250 Location: Hunter College Full/Part Time: Full-Time Regular/Temporary: Regular

GENERAL DUTIES Performs teaching, research, and guidance duties in area(s) of expertise as noted below. Shares responsibility for committee and department assignments, performing administrative, supervisory, and other functions as may be assigned.

CAMPUS SPECIFIC INFORMATION Candidate will teach undergraduate and graduate courses in Far Eastern Art and Architecture and will be an active scholar who already has a record of publications in the field. The position includes departmental faculty administrative duties and student advising.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Ph.D. degree in area(s) of expertise, or equivalent as noted below. Also required are the ability to teach successfully, interest in productive scholarship or creative achievement, and ability to cooperate with others for the good of the institution.

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS Ph.D from an accredited university and a minimum of two years teaching experience; publications.

COMPENSATION Salary commensurate with experience.

HOW TO APPLY ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY MAIL. Send resume, selected offprints, and 3 supporting letters to: Art Historian Search Committee Department of Art Hunter College 695 Park Avenue New York, N.Y. 10065


Deadline: December 1, 2010.

Interviews:

Offer:


Job offer made and accepted, search concluded. (4/10)

dept website lists Wen-Shing Chou (PhD, UC-Berkeley, 2011) as new faculty

Lake Forest College / Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Asian Art HistoryEdit

Lake Forest College seeks applicants for a 2-year Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Asian Art History, funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation through the Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM). For the academic years 2011-2013, the Fellow will be based in the Art Department, in conjunction with the Asian Studies Program.

The fellowship is intended for a recent Ph.D. Candidates should possess a Ph.D. in some area of Asian Art History awarded before September 2011. The specialization within Asian Art is open.

The Fellow will be expected to teach 3 courses per academic year, ranging from introductory courses in Art History to advanced courses in the Fellow’s specialty. This amounts to half-time teaching. With the other half of his or her working time, the Fellow will be expected to conduct post-doctoral research and to share this with the ACM and other scholarly communities. The fellowship will provide the Fellow with funding of up to $3000 annually for professional development and research and for travel to support presentations of his or her work at professional conferences. Lake Forest College will also assign an established mentor in the Fellow's field. The fellowship also funds three annual workshops for all the ACM-Mellon Fellows to help strengthen their teaching and research agendas. Salary is competitive and includes research and travel stipends.

Dossiers, including 3 letters of recommendation and evidence of teaching skills, should be submitted by January 15. We will arrange interviews at the College Art Association meeting in New York, in February 2011. Please send all materials to:Professor Ann Roberts

Art Department

Lake Forest College

555 N Sheridan Rd Lake Forest, IL 60045.

Inquiries can be made by phone or email: roberts@lakeforest.edu/847-735-5188.

Interviews: Interviews scheduled for CAA (01/26)

Any news post CAA? (02/15) Not me, they said during the interview that it would take them a while to decide. I still haven't heard anything since the CAA

on campus interview late March

Offer: made and accepted

Fall 2011 Schedule of Classes lists Aurelia Campbell (Penn)

New York UniversityEdit

Description of Position: Assistant Professor of Early Chinese Art and Archaeology

The Institute for the Study of the Ancient World and the Department of Art History in the Faculty of Arts and Science at New York University invite scholars of early Chinese art and archaeology, preferably in the Bronze Age, to apply for a joint faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor (tenure track). The position will begin September 1, 2011, pending administrative and budgetary approval. We seek a scholar whose research analyzes ancient artifacts in their broader historical context with innovative perspectives. The candidate will work with graduate students in the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, leading research seminars and individual tutorials. The candidate will also teach undergraduate students in the Department of Art History, including an introductory survey of East Asian art and a more advanced course in his or her area of specialization; and will supervise undergraduate senior honors theses and independent studies.

Please submit a detailed letter of application, curriculum vitae, and list of three referees by December 1, 2010. Attach the referee list under 'Additional Document 1.' Applications should be made through the NYU online system at www.nyuopsearch.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=50686. For questions, please email Ms. Hannah Thomas at hannah.thomas@nyu.edu. Founded in 1831, New York University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Deadline: December 1, 2010.

Interviews:

Offer:


Skidmore CollegeEdit

Tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor to begin Fall 2011. A PhD in Art History is required at the time of appointment. East, South, or Southeast Asian art. Active participation in the Asian Studies Program is expected. Those candidates with potential to lead an Asian Studies Program are encouraged to apply. Individuals from underrepresented groups, or who have experience having taught students from diverse backgrounds, are encouraged to apply. Review of applications will begin January 15th, 2011. Interviewing at CAA. See ad https://jobs.skidmore.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=151624.

Interviews: CAA interview scheduled via phone 1/27

Any news on campus visits? (02/15) Additional material (writing sample) requested after CAA (02/16)

Campus scheduled by phone (02/21)

Offer: made/accepted 3/24

Dept website lists Saleema Waraich (PhD UCLA, 2007) as Assistant Professor (7/11)

University of PennsylvaniaEdit

Description of Position: The School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania and the Penn Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology invite applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Chinese archaeology. The appointment will be either in the Anthropology or the East Asian Languages and Civilizations (EALC) Department, with a parallel appointment as Assistant Curator in the Asian Section of the Penn Museum. The successful candidate will teach two courses a year and will participate in the activities of the Museum's Asian Section. Candidates with active fieldwork projects in China are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please include a letter of application outlining experience and qualifications; evidence of teaching experience; a current academic vita; the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and email addresses of four professionals who can supply written references.

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Interviews:

four job talks in process 1/20 - 2/2

Offer: made and accepted

Utah Valley UniversityEdit

The Humanities Program at Utah Valley University is seeking a competitive scholar for a tenure-track appointment at the Assistant or Associate Professor level for the Fall of 2011. We invite applications from candidates with a research specialty in Asian Arts or Letters, with academic preparation in more than one discipline and a documented scholarly interest in comparative study of various art forms. Ph.D. or equivalent professional preparation preferred. College teaching experience required. Responsibilities include a minimum of four classes of undergraduate teaching per semester, as well as participation in the administration and development of our rapidly growing Humanities Program.

Please submit a cover letter, detailed CV, and three letters of recommendation on our HR website at www.uvu.jobs/applicants/Central?quickFind=55717. Alternatively, letters of recommendation may also be sent to HREmployment@uvu.edu or mailed to Human Resources at: 800 West University Parkway, Orem, UT 84058. If you have questions about the position, please contact the search committee chair, Dr. Michaela Sawyer, at giesenmi@uvu.edu.
Screening of applications will begin on January 5 and will continue until the position is filled. We expect the first stage of the interview process to take place in early February and on-campus interviews in March.


Also posted at Interdisciplinary 2010-2011

Interviews: Video interview this week (1/18)

Offer: made and accepted

Washington and Lee UniversityEdit

Assistant Professor of Art History, tenure track, to teach courses in the arts of Asia (east and south) and one additional area of non-Asian art. Upload letter of intent, c.v., and three letters of reference to the online posting at http://go.wlu.edu/jobs by January 1, 2011. Transcripts should be mailed to George Bent, Chair, Dept of Art and Art History, 3017 Wilson Hall, Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA 24450. Washington and Lee is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. EOE. North American Residents Only. Employer will assist with relocation costs. Ph.D. must be in hand by June 30, 2011. Teaching experience required.


Deadline: January 1, 2011

Interviews: Interview scheduled for CAA (1/19)x2

Campus Interview requested (phone call 2/11)

Offer made to Melissa Kerin 3/18

Rutgers UniversityEdit

The Department of Art History of Rutgers, The State University, invites applications for a tenure-track position at the assistant professor level, in South Asian Art and Architecture. Tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor to begin Fall 2011. Traditional and/or other areas of specialization, and an interest in Cultural Heritage Studies welcomed. Candidates must have demonstrated excellence in research and must have completed the PhD in Art History or a relevant field prior to the beginning of the appointment. Responsibilities include research and the development and teaching of a new undergraduate and graduate curriculum in South Asian art.

Deadline: January 1, 2011

Jan 15 2011 Letters of Recommendation solicited

Interviews: Any news?

Interview scheduled for CAA (1/25) via email

Campus interview scheduled (phone call 2/11)

Offer: An offer is out. (4/2)

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Contemporary, Theory, PerformanceEdit

Keene State CollegeEdit

Description of Position: The Art Department at Keene State College invites applications for a new tenure-track position in Modern/Contemporary Art History to begin August 2011. The successful candidate is expected to teach the Introductory Survey and upper-level undergraduate art history courses (teaching load is six 4-credit courses per academic year) for both Studio Art and Graphic Design majors.

Qualifications: Ph.D. in Modern/Contemporary Art History, college level teaching experience as an instructor of record, a demonstrated record of scholarly work, and an active research agenda are required. Additional expertise in other art historical areas and experience working with both Studio Art and Graphic Design students are desirable. Salary at the rank of Assistant Professor will be based on Collective Bargaining Unit Agreement and is $57,600 minimum for fall 2010.

To apply, please send letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, sample(s) of scholarly work beyond the dissertation (no more than two), and three letters of recommendation. Electronic application materials are preferable; please send via e-mail to: cgreene@keene.edu. Documents that must be mailed should be sent to: Art History, FAC6 Search Committee, Office of Human Resource Management, Keene State College, 229 Main Street, Keene NH 03435-1604.

Deadline: Review of applications to begin immediately; all application materials must be received by January 10, 2011. Preliminary interviews will be conducted by invitation at the CAA February 2011 conference in New York.

Interviews: Has anyone heard anything? Nope (2/7)

had interview at CAA, received phone invite to do campus visit (2/18)

- three candidates were invited on campus, and I think the last one doesn't happen until after the college's spring break when classes resume on March 21.

Offer: Extended sometime this past week (4/1). --- and acccepted.

OCAD University (Toronto), Critical and Curatorial StudiesEdit

The Faculty of Art at OCAD University invites applications for one full-time tenure-track teaching position at the Assistant Professor level in Critical & Curatorial Practice. The Criticism and Curatorial Practice program is the fastest growing curriculum in the Faculty of Art and is a cross-disciplinary program designed to educate artists, critics and curators. The combination of Liberal Studies, Studio/Seminar and Studio courses allows students to define their critical approach to research and studio practice.

The review of applications will begin on February 15, 2011.

Interviews: HAS ANYONE BEEN CONTACTED?

It looks like they've begun on-campus interviews: http://apache.ocad.ca/events_calendar/eventdetail.php?id=3222

Offer:

OCAD University (Toronto), New Media Criticism and HistoryEdit

The Faculty of Liberal Studies invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in New Media Criticism and History. Candidates are expected to have a research program and experience teaching in the area of New Media History and Theory/Criticism. Professional production experience and academic research in the areas of multi-media art & design (e.g. film, video, digital media, sound) and/or social media would be an asset.

The review of applications will begin on February 15, 2011.

Interviews: Any news? Campus interviews are underway (21/3)

Offer: made and accepted (1/4)

Shepherd UniversityEdit

Description of Position: The Department of Art History invites applications for two open-rank positions, tenure-track or tenured (AART HISTORIAN, Full-time, tenure track, 9-month contract, Fall 2011. Teach undergraduate (and possible graduate) courses within a comprehensive BFA/BA art curriculum in the Department of Contemporary Art and Theater at Shepherd University. In addition to teaching four courses per semester (selected from Survey of Western Art, Contemporary Art, Art Appreciation, Criticism and Aesthetics) and supervising adjuncts teaching within the general studies art appreciation curriculum, the individual is responsible for: developing a curriculum in Art History and completing administrative duties crucial to the continuance of successful programs within the department. Recent graduates are encouraged to apply. Candidates must have a Ph.D in Art History and be interested in planning and developing innovative programs for the study of Art History. To the online application please attach a cover letter addressed to Rick Bruner, Chair of the Search Committee; resume; teaching philosophy; list of references; and attach as "Other Document" a synopsis of Ph.D. dissertation or examples of published writings. Members of the Search Committee will be reviewing applicants in NYC at CAA in February therefore indicate if you will attend CAA. For details and to apply, go to https://jobs.shepherd.edu

Deadline: Applications will be accepted until position is filled however applications that arrive before Jan. 15, 2011 will receive priority consideration.

Interviews: CAA interview (1/14 via email)x3

campus visits are scheduled

Offer:

University of British Columbia, Art History, Critical and Curatorial StudiesEdit

Deadline: December 10, 2010

Interviews: Campus visits scheduled

Offer: offer made and accepted

-- Congratulations!

University of Houston, Critical StudiesEdit

Deadline: January 12, 2011

Interview: any word on this one? Are they doing CAA? (1/29)

Request for phone interview after CAA (2/9) Anyone hear about campus visits yet? (2/24)

Request for campus visit via phone call (2/25)

Offer: Offer made (3/24) and accepted (3/29)

Virginia Commonwealth University, Three Assistant Prof. PositionsEdit

1. Art and Architecture of Europe and America, 1850-1945Edit

offer made and excepted

2. Art and Architecture of Europe and America, After 1945Edit

ANYBODY KNOW WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THIS JOB?

3. Museum StudiesEdit

Deadline: December 1, 2010

Interviews: Interview request via email for phone interview, (1/26)

Offer: Offer made and accepted

Western Michigan UniversityEdit

Western Michigan University invites applications and nominations for the tenure-track position of Assistant Professor in Contemporary/Modern Art History, Theory and Criticism in the Gwen Frostic School of Art, College of Fine Arts. Candidates with secondary specialization in fields including, but not limited to the art of Europe, Africa, Islam, or the Americas, dating from the modern to contemporary time period may apply.

Deadline: Dec 15

Interviews: Via Skype (requested 1/20)x2

Second round interview at CAA requested (1/28) anyone get a campus visit? (2/23)

I suspect this search is getting de-funded. Anyone get a invite to campus? (3/11)

Offer:

Design, Decorative Arts

Eighteenth and Nineteenth CenturyEdit

University of North FloridaEdit

Position for Modern European, research agenda 18th-20th c. Tenure-track, Assistant Professor. Beginning August 2011.

Applications were due in early January.

They did not interview at CAA for this position (but were interviewing for Studio positions there).

Telephone interview in February.

Invited to campus in early March. 2 candidates brought to campus that month.


Offer extended and accepted at the beginning of March. Oh Really....before all on-campus interviews were concluded? Before the search committee convened at discuss all candidates just after spring break? Very interesting.

1 of the two final candidates withdrew candidacy in early April.

Offer evidently made and accepted - not yet officially announced but here it is: [[5]]

McGill University, CanadaEdit

Description of position: McGill University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position in Art History at the rank of Assistant Professor with specialization in 18th/early 19th-century art and visual culture, beginning August 2011.

Deadline: Application deadline is October 25, 2010, or until the position is filled.

Rejection letter received via snail mail (11/20) x2

Interviews: list of campus visits http://ahsamcgill.blogspot.com/2010/12/help-hire-art-history-prof.html

Offer: Offer made and accepted

American University, DCEdit

Description of position: Modern European Art History, Assistant Professor: The Department of Art in the College of Arts and Sciences at American University invites applications for a tenure track appointment beginning in Fall 2011. Teaching range from 1780 to 1950, with specialization and research focus in the 19th century preferred.

Deadline: Review of applications begins immediately; for best consideration apply before October 15.

Did anybody receive confirmation after emailing their application? I did not. (10/27) Nor have I (11/9)

Interviews: initial video interviews to be finished this week. - Did you receive the invitation to interview via snail mail or email? (12.7)

Offer: Received e-mail that final offer had been made and accepted. Search is closed. (1/16/2011)

University of Massachusetts, AmherstEdit

Description of position: European Art of the Nineteenth Century, Assistant Professor (tenure track): The Art History Program of the Department of Art, Architecture, and Art History at the University of Massachusetts Amherst seeks an Assistant Professor in European art of the nineteenth century. Ph.D. required by start date. Tenure track, beginning September 2011.

Deadline: November 15, 2010

did anyone receive confirmation of their application? (12/09)

e-mail -- letters of rec requested and whether attending CAA (12/22) (x4)

Interviews: interview request via email (1/21)

Anyone heard back after CAA interviews? (2/22)

campus interview scheduled via email 2/23.

kind rejection via phone, offer made to and accepted by another candidate (3/29)

University of Southern CaliforniaEdit

The Department of Art History invites applications for two open-rank positions, tenure-track or tenured (Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor of Art History) in the fields either of Modern Art and Visual Culture (1850-1945) or of Contemporary Art and Visual Culture (post-1945). Ability to examine art and visual culture from new perspectives, in their global dimensions and across a range of media is desirable. The successful candidates will have a track record of leadership or the potential for leadership in their field and will be expected to teach both graduate and undergraduate courses, including courses in the University's general education program.
Applicants at the Assistant Professor level should submit a cover letter, CV, writing sample, and three letters of recommendation. Applicants at the tenured Associate or Full Professor level should submit a cover letter, a CV, and the names of at least three referees. All candidates are required to have a PhD at the time of appointment.
Applications must be sent by November 20, 2010 to Chair, Modern and Contemporary Search, c/o Department of Art History, VKC 351, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0047. Electronic submissions are preferred and should be sent to: ahisfacultysearch@college.usc.edu.


Deadline: November 20, 2010

Interviews: CAA interview scheduled last week via email (12/19) (x4)

Can you say if you are candidates for the Modern or Contemp search? Thx.

- Modern, 1850-1945 position (orig. poster) (x3)

Any news on the contemporary search, i.e, the Post-1945 position? -CAA interview scheduled (12/16) for Post-1945 position

Anyone heard back after CAA interviews? (2/15) A: Email invitation to campus visit in early March (ca. 2/16)

Offer: Offers were made and accepted for both positions.

Lehman College of The City University of New YorkEdit

Description of position: Lehman College of The City University of New York is now accepting applications for the following faculty positions. The position announcements, which include a full job description, qualifications, and application procedures are posted on the Lehman College Web site at www.lehman.edu (Link to Information for Faculty & Staff: Human Resources-Job Opportunities).


Department of Art

Deadline: Open until filled with review of CVs to begin October 29. 2010.

Interviews: Has anyone heard anything ? Yes, telephone interview (late November)

Well that (above) is strange. Interview request via email (1/26)

Campus visits scheduled. Any word anyone? (2/14)

Offer: Offer made, apparently (not to me). Letter of rejection (I had a campus visit) received 3/4

FellowshipsEdit



CASVA/National Gallery of Art Pre- and Post-DoctoralEdit

Any invitations for pre-doc interviews yet?

Interviews have been scheduled for next week.

Could you please specify the week in question? Thank you!

Next week = first week of February

Has anyone heard back?? (x3; incl. rejection letter received by post Feb 14)

Pre-doc fellowship offered via telephone.

Congratulations! And, drat. When did you get the call? Thank you, Monday Feb 7.

Nat'lGallery, you will like it. Rock the CASVA. Rock the CASVA.

Columbia University Post Doctoral Teaching Fellowships, Department of Art and ArchaeologyEdit

Deadline: Feb. 4

This search seems to be going more slowly this year? (2/25)

2/28: Based on last year's wiki, interviews took place in early April and offers were made shortly thereafter.

3/8: Based on last year's wiki, candidates were contacted to set up interviews on March 9. So any updates yet?

--Nothing here (x4).

Interviews: invitation for on-campus interview received via e-mail, 3/9 (x 4)

One candidate going to New York for on campus interview the first week of April

Any news? (4/1)

Have offers been made yet? (4/4)

Did all the interviews take place on March 31st? According to last year's wiki, offers were made shortly after interviews. So anyone heard back yet? (4/6)

Has anyone heard from Columbia yet? (4/7) Nothing here (4/11) (x3)

I called the administrator last week and was told that they will inform the interviewees late last week or early this week. Since its Monday already perhaps someone else could call and reconfirm this info? (4/11)

Thanks for checking into this. Anyone hear anything yet? (4/12)

I'm wondering what the latest is too--anyone?

this is really bizarre. I cant believe they are taking so much time! Nothing here. (4/13)

I contacted the department today and heard back (via email) simply that the committee is still finalizing its decisions. (4/14)

And...still no news. Anyone else? (4/18).

Nothing. Dead silence here (4/18) (x 2)

Rejection letter received by mail (4/19). If you don't mind if I ask, were you one of the finalists?

To the above questioner: Yes, of course, sorry not to have clarified. I was a finalist, interviewed on March 31, and just received a rejection letter yesterday. (Could be field-specific, perhaps? Dunno. But my own candidacy is certainly done!)

IFA, NYU Post-Doctoral Mellon Fellowship (2 year)Edit

Interviews: Any news, anyone?

I haven't heard anything either...one way or the other.

--Interviews were held during CAA.

Email rejection received (4/8)

http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/fineart/pdfs/press/Raab.Fellow.2011.pdf

(Nice to see the program add American art to the curriculum. Congrats to Dr. Raab!)

Metropolitan Museum of Art Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowships Edit

Deadline: Nov 5

Has anyone heard a response? (3/7, no news)

Yale Center for British ArtEdit

Description of Position: Postdoctoral Research Associateships (2)

Deadline: September 1, 2010 (NB: starts as soon as possible)

Interviews:

Offer: Anyone heard anything about these positions? Offer made and accepted.

Terra Foundation for American ArtEdit

Description: Two-year postdoctoral teaching fellowships at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London, and the Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art, Paris

Courtauld posting via CAA: http://careercenter.collegeart.org/jobs/#/detail/3759326

Terra fellowship description: http://www.terraamericanart.org/scholarship/fellowships/?key=1829

Deadline: January 15, 2011

Offer made and accepted.

and what about the Courtauld? Has anyone heard any news? nothing here (2/8)

From the application form: Please note that if you have not heard from us by the interview date (if specified) or within the six-week period following the closing date, it will be because we have decided not to take your application any further. Six-week period... it's THIS Friday! Any news?

(I emailed to inquire about that six week period and the response that I had was that the advisory committee would not meet until December and this was two months past the application due date. I am guessing that this time frame does not necessarily apply to all the postdocs. Applicants will most likely be notified in March but I am assuming that they might not even get in touch with people who were not shortlisted or rejected. Hope this helps)


Description: One year Postdoc Fellowship at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London 2011-2012 (“Post-War” and After: The Psychoanalysis of War and American Art).

Deadline: October 7, 2010

Has anyone heard any news about this postdoc?

http://www.courtauld.ac.uk/researchforum/people/fellows.shtml

Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship in American Art at Vassar CollegeEdit

Vassar College invites applications for a two-year Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship in Art, to begin Fall 2011. Candidates should be relatively new PhDs with expertise in American art, broadly defined, 1750-1945; an interest in Native American art would be welcome. We seek scholars who can teach dynamically in an undergraduate liberal arts setting and who would welcome the opportunity to participate in the development of the curriculum of the Art Department. Due: January 15.

CAA interview scheduled via email, 2/1

Has anyone heard anything else? I did not see Vassar on the list of folks interviewing at CAA, but I could totally have missed this (3/3)

Offer:

Getty Pre- and Postdoctoral FellowshipEdit

Description of Position: Artistic Practice (2011-2012)

Deadline: November 1, 2010

Has anyone heard anything? Jan. 18

No -- they're certainly taking their time...

Any news? Feb 16.

Still have not heard anything. Feb 17 (x3)

Last year it was anounced before CAA - I wonder what's taking so long this year

Actually, that's not true. I have one now, and I got an email last year on Feb 23. (2/18)

To the above poster: Would you mind saying whether you had applied for the predoc, postdoc, or the PST? Thanks!

Rumor has it decisions won't be mailed out until early March. (2/24)

Offer: Pre-doc offer made by phone March 3.

congratulations!

Anyone heard abt postdocs? (3/4)

Re: Postdoc notifications-- called today and they said mid-March, though they didn't say how. (3/4)

Offer: Postdoc offer made by phone March 4.

Congrats! Guess that means that if one hasn't heard directly from them, then they'll mail out postdoc rejection letters in mid-March.

Has anyone received a rejection yet? (3/15)

No, no news so far. (3/24)

Rejection letter received (3/27) (x2)

American Academy in RomeEdit

Deadline: November 1, 2010

Any news? January 20

Interview requested for end of Feb. (Congratulations! May I ask when and how you were contacted?)

By telephone Jan. 14.

Interviews took place this past weekend. Any word?

Rejection emails sent out March 22.

Prize winners will be announced at ceremony in New York on April 14. Names should be posted to AAR website around then.

Eleanor Tufts Pre-doctoral Fellowship, Southern Methodist UniversityEdit

Deadline: January 15, 2011

Email invite to party at CAA in honor of the new PhD program (2/7) x3

Any word on how the party went--was unclear whether or not the invitees were on a short list or if they had invited the entire applicant pool?

It seems as though they invited everyone. (Unless someone can confirm they weren't invited?)

They invited everyone in the world to their CAA party.

Looks like we'll be hearing either way in the next few weeks.

Skype interview scheduled (2/18)

Q: how did they contact for the skype interview? A: they sent an email about scheduling it late last week

Any word (2/28)

Email from chair informing me I had not made finalist round. Best of luck to those who did. (3/8) (Were you chosen for a skype interview and then recieved this email? I (and others) haven't heard anything since the CAA invite, so this is a little confusing...)

Hi (poster from 3/8 here): I had not been asked for a skype interview, post the CAA party I sent a thank you to chair and rec'd email back echoing the thank you. Then rec'd email 3/8 informing of not making the finalist list. Perhaps email the chair or the dept. admin? (Thanks for clarifying!)

Has anyone heard anything since the interview? (3/18) Apparently they've made their selection (after having a Skype interview, I finally had to write the committee to get the word about my status after having received some other offers, and they let me know that they just made their selection of the candidate - this exchange was on 3/12.)3/20. Many thanks for the information.

Offer:

Dedalus Foundation Dissertation FellowshipEdit

Description: awarded annually to a Ph.D. Candidate at a university in the United States who is working on a dissertation related to modern art and modernism.

Deadline: December 1, 2010

Offer:

Anyone heard anything (or know when the decisions are being made)?

(4/14) Just called the foundation. They say they are meeting next week and we'll hear back two weeks after that. Seems ridiculous given how late it is.

Rejection letter received by mail (4/25) (x2)

Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion FellowshipsEdit

Description: Dissertation completion fellowship

Deadline: November 10, 2010

For what it's worth, offers/rejections went out around March 15th last year...

Offer:Got rejection emailed in early mid January

Um, for the completion fellowship? Really?

You might get more info or contributions by following it on the Humanities & Social Sciences postdoc wiki: http://academicjobs.wikia.com/wiki/Humanities_and_Social_Sciences_Postdocs_2010-11#Mellon.2FACLS_Dissertation_Completion_Fellowship

I think the above was supposed to express disbelief. ACLS states that results will go out in March, and having applied to the ACLS before they send responses via snail mail, not email (although maybe it's different for the Future Faculty one...)

Rejection recIeved via email 3/8 (x2)

Henry Luce Foundation/ACLS Dissertation Fellowships in American ArtEdit

Description: for graduate students working on aspects of American art, in any stage of Ph.D. dissertation research or writing

Deadline: November 10, 2010

Rejection by mail, 3/25

Offer: Offer received by mail, 3/26

Kress Foundation: Institutional Fellowships - History of ArtEdit

Deadline: November 30, 2010

• 3/7: rejection received via snail mail

Offer:

John Draper Program in Humanities and Social Thought, NYUEdit

Description: The John W. Draper Interdisciplinary Master’s Program in Humanities and Social Thought invites applications for an Assistant Professor/Faculty Fellow in the area of Art Worlds. The initial appointment will be for one year beginning September 1, 2011, pending budgetary and administrative approval, renewable annually for a maximum of three years. We seek an outstanding interdisciplinary scholar with a strong background in the analysis of visual cultures who is also skilled in anthropological or sociological approaches to art worlds. This is totally off topic, but eveytime I scroll past this, I read it as the "Don Draper Program in Humanities."

Deadline: February 19, 2011.

So did anyone here apply/hear from the Draper? (4/11)

Email confirmation 3/17 that my application was received. From looking at the past years' wikis, it appears that they don't interview until June or later. Also, I wonder if primarily anthro phds apply.. (4/19)

-Re above: current fellow's field is visual anthro.

JUNE 7: I called them 2 weeks ago, and they said they would have an update 'soon - but after June 2nd'. Anyone have any news??

JULY 6: Email form letter saying that I am not a finalist. I received this the day after I called to inquiry about search progress, and was told I should send an email inquiry. I.e., my status update seems to have been prompted by my inquiry.

Offer:

Smithsonian American Art Museum FellowshipsEdit

Deadline: January 15, 2011

Q: Can any of last year's awardees comment on when they were notified of appointment? Is it late April? or earlier? (2/21)

A (2/24): Last two years was around March 20. However this year the word on the street is that funding is late to be dispersed, so I would expect to hear in early April.

Hmmm...OK! Thanks for the info. (2/24)

Offer letter rec'd (email) 4/6


Post-Doctoral Position for Mellon Initiatives, Sterling and Francine Clark Art InstituteEdit

The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute’s Research and Academic Program is offering a 3-year post-doctoral fellowship supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The successful candidate will join the small and committed staff in initiating and implementing a series of programs, including conferences, workshops, colloquia, and other types of collaborations, targeted at expanding links with institutions engaged in art history, visual studies, art, and curatorial practice outside the United States, and in particular Asia (specifically the Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean littorals), Eastern Europe, and Africa.

Deadline: April 1, 2011

Any news post-interview? (May 6)

An offer was made and accepted.

IslamicEdit

Saint Mary's College of MarylandEdit

Rolling Deadline, Position open until filled

St. Mary’s College of Maryland at Historic St. Mary’s City is accepting
applications for a one-year Visiting Art Historian position for the 2011-2012
academic year. This is a sabbatical replacement (non-tenure track) position.
Specialist in art and architecture outside the Euro-American tradition (for
example, Art of the Americas, Africa, Asia, Islam). Must have the ability to
teach a range of courses from ancient to contemporary art in specialty field.
Teaching duties include classes in the field of specialization and a
one-semester Introduction to Art History. PhD preferred, ABD considered.
Teaching experience beyond TA level essential. The salary is $35,000.

To apply please submit the following in one packet: hard copies of letter of
application, curriculum vitae, course descriptions, and contact information for
three professional references to: Chair, Art History Replacement Search,
Department of Art and Art History, St. Mary's College of Maryland, 18952 E.
Fisher Road, St. Mary's City, MD, 20686-3001.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is
filled. St. Mary's College of Maryland (www.smcm.edu) is an affirmative
action/equal opportunity employer.

Indiana University-BloomingtonEdit

Description of position: The Department of the History of Art, Indiana University-Bloomington, is searching to fill a tenure-track position at the level of Assistant Professor, in Islamic art and architecture.

Deadline: Applications should be submitted by December 16, 2010, but will be considered until the position has been filled.

Interviews: Campus visit scheduled (x3)

Offer:

Medieval and ByzantineEdit

Bates CollegeEdit

One-year VAP in Medieval Art and Architecture/Visual Culture with strong secondary area (sabbatical replacement). Ph.D. preferred. Preliminary interviews will be held at CAA.

Interview: CAA interview requested via email 2/8 (x3)

Has anybody heard back after CAA? Reply: Nothing here. I know they were going to take their time and wait for all of the TT searches to conclude before moving forward. I also thought they were going to do phone/skype interviews for people not attending CAA... (3/11) Still nothing for me (3/23) anybody have any better luck? Reply: I contacted SC back on 3/14, who promptly responded that things were progressing very slowly due to crazy schedules -- the committee had yet to discuss how best to proceed in terms of selecting finalists and bringing people to campus (3/23) Thanks for the update! 4/4: Hmmm, nothing new to report here? I'd even take some sketchy gossip. . .

Very nice rejection by email stating that an offer was made and accepted (4/12) (x4)

Offer:

Central Michigan University *UPDATED*
Edit

Description of position: The Department of Art and Design at Central Michigan University invites applications for a part-time fixed term adjunct position in Art History. Position has medical benefits and a generous university retirement contribution. Position begins August 15, 2011 and ends May 2012.

Applicant will be teaching two to three courses during each semester of the three semester appointment.

Required qualifications: ABD or PhD in Art History or equivalent. Generalist with an ability to teach Western Art Survey and one or more of the following areas: Greek, Roman, Medieval, Byzantine, Renaissance. Desired qualifications: Teaching experience at the College or University level.

Application Procedure: Please submit an application at http://www.jobs.cmich.edu .

Required files to upload--

  • Letter of Intent
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Names of three current references with phone number/email address
  • Copy of Graduate Transcript

Optional files to upload--

  • Evidence of Teaching Effectiveness (past syllabi and student evaluations if available) desired but not required

Application must be made on-line at http://www.jobs.cmich.edu. Applications via email or post not accepted.

Deadline: Position is open until filled although priority consideration will be given to applications received by March 1, 2010. (*DEADLINE HAS BEEN UPDATED*)

Interviews: Anything on this opening? --Because of the broad scope of this position, it was posted under several subfields; there's more recent info under Ancient Art.

Offer:

Colgate UniversityEdit

Art Historian--Ancient and Medieval. Full-time, Assistant Professor, Tenure Track. Ph.D. expected at time of appointment. Primary teaching responsibilities include introductory and advanced courses in the Art and Architecture of the Mediterranean, Europe and the Near East before 1400. Responsibilities also include senior thesis advising and participation in Colgate's Liberal Arts Core Curriculum.

Send letter of application, résumé and three letters of recommendation to: Robert McVaugh, Chair, Department of Art and Art History, Colgate University, 13 Oak Drive, Hamilton, New York 13346. No material returned without SASE. Review of applications will begin December 15, 2010. Preliminary interviews will be scheduled for the College Art Association meetings in New York, 2011. Review of applications will begin December 15, 2010.

Interviews: Request for CAA interview via email (1/17) (x4) Ancient or medieval? Medieval (original poster) Medieval who can teach ancient (2nd poster)

Any updates from Colgate -- I forgot to ask about the time line (2/23)? Reply: Nope, haven't heard anything since CAA.

Has anyone heard anything? It's been nearly a month (3/7) Reply: No, still nothing (3/8) x2

... and more nothing (3/22).

Offer: Made and accepted (3/28) --Congratulations! Would the new hire care to identify her/himself and/or field of specialization?

Courtauld Institute of Art, London (UK)Edit

The Courtauld seeks to appoint a permanent full-time lecturer [e.g. tenured Associate Prof. equivalent] in the history of medieval architecture and/or sculpture. In addition to a strong research profile within their own field(s) of expertise, candidates will be expected to demonstrate an active engagement with theory and methodology, and a capacity to establish and sustain new intellectual configurations within and without the Institute. A further essential qualification is the willingness to teach across period and/or geographical boundaries and to engage with historians of non-Western art: Job Advert here

Deadline: Midday (GMT) 21 Jan. 2011

Interviews: Invited to Interview via email (23/2/11)

Rejction letter received after interview (15/3/11) - no appointment was made for the above post .

Offer:

Loyola University MarylandEdit

Position Description: Assistant Professor, Art History. Full-time, tenure-track position. Teach undergraduate surveys and upper-division courses in Medieval Art and area of specialization. Ability to teach Islamic Art strongly preferred. http://careers.loyola.edu

Deadline: Dec. 15, 2010

Interviews: Has anyone heard anything about this?; Not yet (1/23); (1.26) Phone call: invitation for CAA interview (x3). 1/27 Another CAA interview invitation (x2). 1/29 And another. 2/1 One more.

  • 2/13: informed via phone one of seven candidates submitted to Dean for further consideration.
  • Has more than one candidate interviewed at CAA received this notification by phone since the conference?
  • Not I, nor two others I know. OP - did they call you?
  • OP happy to elaborate just a bit: my application needed to be updated, and so I was contacted via phone on Sunday, because finalist applications were being forwarded to the Dean first thing on Monday morning. It sounded like a few others were contacted for similar reasons but maybe not (note: I suspect they interviewed in the ballpark of 12-15 people at CAA, so not everyone interviewed has been updating the wiki). In any case, they are on top of things and campus interviews should be scheduled quite soon.
  • That does clarify, and fits with what they said at the interview. Thanks.

Invitation for on-campus interview by telephone, 2/16.

Offer: 3/4 Offer made and accepted

  • by Kerry Boeye, per departmental website

Florida State UniversityEdit

Assistant Professor, tenure track. The Department of Art History at Florida State University seeks a scholar working in western medieval art and architecture to complement current faculty. Interdisciplinary and critical approaches are particularly desirable. FSU has a strong interdisciplinary Medieval Studies group in which the Department of Art History participates. Teaching responsibilities (2 courses/semester) include advanced undergraduate and graduate courses as well as supervision of master’s and doctoral students. Candidates should have a Ph.D. at the time of appointment, teaching experience, and a promising record of research and scholarship. Appointment begins in August 2011. Please submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, publications, and three letters of recommendation to Adam Jolles, Chair, Department of Art History, Florida State University, 220-D Fine Arts Building, Tallahassee, FL, 32306-1151. Consideration of applications begins December 1. Not interviewing at CAA. Candidates should have a Ph.D. at the time of appointment, teaching experience, and a promising record of research and scholarship. Appointment begins in August 2011.

Deadline: December 1

Interviews: (has anybody heard anything? there seem to be no CAA interviews scheduled for Medievalist this year .... really?) - last year many of the CAA interviews for medieval positions were not scheduled until only a week or two before the conference

Has anyone else heard the rumor that this search is frozen? A: Yes, I also heard that rumor. Sigh.

Search officially suspended, per letter from department chair dated 2/28

Offer:

University of California-IrvineEdit

Visiting Assistant Professor to teach western medieval art and architecture or Byzantine art in the Department of Art History and the Graduate Program. Announcement on CAA Careers.

Deadline: January 3, 2011 (postmark)

Interviews: email request for skype interview (2/4) (x2)

Offer: made and accepted (2/25).

University of WashingtonEdit

Full time, tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Medieval art history, to begin September 2011, pending budgetary approval. Salary commensurate with qualifications. Applications invited in any area of Medieval Western European art and architectural history; interest in and ability to teach Late Antique desirable. Teach undergraduate and graduate courses, seminars; supervise M.A. and Ph.D. students. Candidate should have Ph.D. in art history or relevant field; however, candidates in the final stages of completing their dissertation may be appointed on an acting basis. Include curriculum vitae; application letter including research interests; statement of teaching philosophy, experience; course syllabi; three letters of recommendation; dissertation abstract; any publications and/or three dissertation chapters. Materials due December 12, 2010. Send to: Medieval Art Search Committee Chair, School of Art, 4000 15th Ave NE, Art Building Rm 104, Seattle, Washington 98195-3440. Please include an SASE for return of materials.

Deadline: December 12, 2010

Interviews: (any news on CAA interviews?) - email request for Skype interview (1/27) x3

The announcement does say 'pending budgetary approval', I wonder if they didn't get the funding for this. 1/23: I have the same worry. Granted, I don't know about you, but I sent my application materials in a box, so perhaps still sorting through them?!; Don't most or at least more than a few say "pending budgetary approval"? I assumed it was a common caveat... Note: I did get an email on 12/22 for equal opportuntiy disclosure stating that review of materials was underway. 1/24 no it's not common, and searches that have not secured the budget for the position often go ahead with the process though it might get cancelled even after the process is well underway, unfortunately. 1/25 maybe nobody here got a CAA interview .... I noticed there is nothing indicating CAA interviews for FSU either .... FSU states in the job advertisement that they are not interviewing at CAA.... Good point; I wonder if there have been campus interviews. 1/25 who knows, but if they don't intend to interview at CAA from the beginning they usually say so, I haven't heard of any campus interviews there. Helpful hint: set up an account at Academia.edu and then you can receive an alert anytime someone searches for you on Google. Heightened (or any) activity usually means that a search committee is at least looking into your application (unless other people have a reason to Google you). But then imagine the chaos that this page will become!

1/31: 3 finalists invited to campus interviews [really? that was super fast!] [This is surprising, since I have a skype interview later this week] [1/31 post: this info was from an email sent to a UW listserve in which dates were set up to meet "finalists"--maybe they're scheduling the dates for campus visits before they actually select the finalists?] < have any of you who had skype interviews heard anything about this (ie, callbacks) > 2/9 Had Skype interview last week, interviewers saidcampus visits would be scheduled end of Feb, no word yet for me on campus visit invitation

Any update?

3/29: I heard through the grapevine that an offer has been made and accepted, and that the successful candidate is a Byzantinist

Offer: Made and accepted by Ivan Drpic, per rejection letter

Skidmore CollegeEdit

One-year Visiting Assistant Professor of Medieval Art with ability to teach Northern or Italian Renaissance Art.

Deadline: January 15

Interviews: CAA interview scheduled 1/24 (x4)

3/29: informed by the SC that an offer had been made and presumably would be accepted.

3/31: offer made and accepted.

Offer:

University of ChicagoEdit

Harper-Schmidt Fellow in medieval European and/or Mediterranean art; early modern European art; or colonial Latin American art. (See Early Modern)

University of KansasEdit

One-year Visiting Assistant Professor of Medieval Art (undergraduate and graduate courses). Some service and advising duties.

Deadline: Review begins January 21

Interviews: CAA interview requested via email 2/2 (x3); invited for campus interview by email 20 Feb

Offer: made and accepted

Non-Western (open field)Edit

Saint Mary's College of MarylandEdit

Rolling Deadline, Position open until filled

St. Mary’s College of Maryland at Historic St. Mary’s City is accepting
applications for a one-year Visiting Art Historian position for the 2011-2012
academic year. This is a sabbatical replacement (non-tenure track) position.
Specialist in art and architecture outside the Euro-American tradition (for
example, Art of the Americas, Africa, Asia, Islam). Must have the ability to
teach a range of courses from ancient to contemporary art in specialty field.
Teaching duties include classes in the field of specialization and a
one-semester Introduction to Art History. PhD preferred, ABD considered.
Teaching experience beyond TA level essential. The salary is $35,000.

To apply please submit the following in one packet: hard copies of letter of
application, curriculum vitae, course descriptions, and contact information for
three professional references to: Chair, Art History Replacement Search,
Department of Art and Art History, St. Mary's College of Maryland, 18952 E.
Fisher Road, St. Mary's City, MD, 20686-3001.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is
filled.

Kendall College of Art & Design (Ferris State University)Edit

Description of position: Kendall College of Art & Design is sincerely committed to being a truly diverse institution and actively seeks applications from women, minorities, and other underrepresented groups. Teach a total of 18 semester hours per academic year; open area in any field of NON-WESTERN art history. Required: PhD in Art History (degree must be completed by date of appointment); and full-time, part-time or adjunct college-level teaching experience. To apply, access the electronic applicant system by logging on to http://employment.ferris.edu .

Deadline: Open Until Applicants are Selected or Position Filled

Interviews: CAA interview scheduled (1/14)

Offer:

Photography, History ofEdit

Renaissance, Baroque, Early ModernEdit

Arcadia UniversityEdit

Description of position: tenure-track Assistant Professor teaching range of classes in Western tradition, including Renaissance, Baroque, and Nineteenth Century

Deadline: December 15, 2010

Interviews: In process of scheduling 12 interviews at CAA (1/24/11)

CAA Interview Scheduled: 1/25 (x3)

Any news re: campus interviews?

Rejection email 2/28 - Sorry to hear that. Had you had a preliminary interview with them?

Yes, at CAA, where I think they interviewed 12. Don't know how many they will bring to campus. Good luck to those!

I'm sorry to hear that! Did anyone else hear anything? I had a prelim but haven't heard anything since...good or bad.

I emailed to ask for an update -- it took a while, but I did get a response (though not the one I had hoped for...) You might contact them, too, if you are needing a response soon. (3/2)

Can it be that they have not yet chosen finalists? I have been all over the internet - but total silence. If anyone out there knows anything - please post! I really prefer not to write the SC. (3/3)

I still haven't heard anything, one way or the other. (3/3)

Campus interview scheduled a little over a week ago (3/5)

Email rejection upon request. Indication that the short list has been made, so I surmise that if CAA interviewees have not heard from them by now, they can write this one off. (3/21)

Offer: Made and accepted.

Canisius CollegeEdit

Description of position: tenure-track Assistant Professor with an area of specialization in the art of Early Modern Europe (Renaissance/Baroque) to begin in the autumn 2011 semester.

Deadline: January 28, 2011

Interviews: CAA scheduled 1/31; CAA scheduled 2/4; CAA scheduled 2/8

Any news on campus visits? Campus visit scheduled 2/22.

Does anyone know if more than one visit has been scheduled? They had a particular way of contacting candidates for CAA (over the course of ten days) and stated that the decision process could take a couple of months due to the EM searches in other departments. I would like to know if I need to write this one off. (3/3)

Just heard back from the SC that the committee is still making decisions, the search is on-going, and that they understand if candidates have to make other decisions in the meantime. (3/3)

Sigh. (3/9)

campus visits have definitely started 3/10

Similar email to the one above, indicating that several visits have already occured, and that the search is taking longer than they might have liked due to coordination with other EM searches. All CAA interviewees will be contacted in the coming weeks. (3/14)

Polite personalized rejection email rec'd (3/23) (x8)

Very real rejection email rec'd (3/26) (x2)

Offer: an offer was made and accepted

Central Michigan University *UPDATED*
Edit

Description of position: The Department of Art and Design at Central Michigan University invites applications for a part-time fixed term adjunct position in Art History. Position has medical benefits and a generous university retirement contribution. Position begins August 15, 2011 and ends May 2012.

Applicant will be teaching two to three courses during each semester of the three semester appointment.

Required qualifications: ABD or PhD in Art History or equivalent. Generalist with an ability to teach Western Art Survey and one or more of the following areas: Greek, Roman, Medieval, Byzantine, Renaissance. Desired qualifications: Teaching experience at the College or University level.

Application Procedure: Please submit an application at http://www.jobs.cmich.edu .

Required files to upload--

  • Letter of Intent
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Names of three current references with phone number/email address
  • Copy of Graduate Transcript

Optional files to upload--

  • Evidence of Teaching Effectiveness (past syllabi and student evaluations if available) desired but not required

Application must be made on-line at http://www.jobs.cmich.edu. Applications via email or post not accepted. For information, please call the CMU Department of Art and Design: 989-774-3025; or email barro1r@cmich.edu.

Deadline: Position is open until filled although priority consideration will be given to applications received by March 1, 2010. (*DEADLINE HAS BEEN UPDATED*)

Interviews: phone interview requested 3/4

Offer: Anybody get an offer yet?

College of WoosterEdit

Description of position: Assistant Professor of Renaissance and Baroque Art, tenure track. Teaching profile includes introduction to art history, courses in Renaissance and Baroque painting and sculpture (northern and southern Europe), seminar in methods for art history majors (in rotation with other faculty), and special topics seminars in area(s) of expertise. Send letter of application, CV, three current letters of recommendation, graduate transcripts (unofficial acceptable), and a writing sample to Rose Seling, Administrative Coordinator, Dept. of Art & Art History, The College of Wooster, 1220 Beall Ave., Wooster, OH 44691-2363.

Deadline: Review begins January 7, 2010

Interviews: CAA Interview Scheduled: 1/26 x 2; heard through friend that campus visits have been scheduled (2/22) <-- heard through a friend...did your friend get a campus interview (congrats if so) or is this a friend of a friend or did your friend just hear about this? How does your friend know? It would be a lot more credible if people with definitive information posted responses instead of secondhand "I heards" Yes, my friend is interviewing. Thought this would be appreciated. Guess not. --> It was very much appreciated! "Thank you."

Offer: Made and accepted.

George Mason UniversityEdit

Description of position: The George Mason University, Department of History and Art History invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in early modern European art. Areas of specialization in any region of Europe between the 14th and the 17th centuries will be considered.

Deadline: Review of applications will begin on November 1, 2010, and will continue until the position is filled.

Interviews: Further materials requested on 12/1

Anyone hear anything further on this? (Yes; CAA interviews scheduled around 12/15)

Finalists have been invited to campus (2/25).

Offer: Made and accepted. Would the new hire be willing to post his/her name?

Rollins CollegeEdit

Visiting Assistant Professor - Art History Rollins College, Winter Park, FL

  • two year position, first year Early Modern, second year Modern

Deadline: January 21

Interviews: Initial interviews held at CAA

I had an interview at CAA but haven't heard anything since

On-campus? Has anyone heard anything about this job?

Offer made and accepted.

Tulane UniversityEdit

LINK Visiting Assistant Professor, Early Modern / Baroque Art

Job Description: The Newcomb Art Department of Tulane University in New Orleans seeks a Visiting Assistant Professor of Early Modern/Baroque Art for 2011-2012, with possibility of renewal. Teaching to include an introductory-level survey of art as well as lecture courses and seminars for undergraduate and graduate students in the area of specialty. Ph.D. in hand or near completion. Teaching experience strongly desirable.

Review of applications will begin March 1, 2011, and continue until the position is filled.

Has anyone heard back from the SC on this one? (3/18)

Phone interviews have begun (3/18).

Has anyone heard about oncampus interviews or offers? (3/30)

Nothing here so far. I know they were accepting applications at least as late as 3/15. (3/30)

4/7: received a rejection letter in the mail stating the search has been concluded.x2

University of ChicagoEdit

Harper-Schmidt Fellow in medieval European and/or Mediterranean art; early modern European art; or colonial Latin American art.

&nbsp The University of Chicago is accepting applications for a four-year postdoctoral teaching appointment as a Harper and Schmidt Fellow who holds the rank of Collegiate Assistant Professor. The Fellow is a member of the College Faculty whose primary responsibility will be to teach art history classes in the College's general education (Core) program. We are accepting applications in one of the following fields: medieval European and/or Mediterranean art; early modern European art; or colonial Latin American art. In most years, the Fellow will teach two sections each of three Core courses, making a total of six, each limited to no more than 25 students. Of the three distinct courses, one will be Art History 101, one a survey class in the Fellow's own field, and one a thematic, discussion-based "Art in Context" class designed to introduce beginning students to art historical thinking through a focused examination of a particular set of materials. The Fellow will be a member of the Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts (see https://societyoffellows.uchicago.edu/). S/he will be eligible for one quarter of research sabbatical, typically in the third year of residence. The annual salary for 2011-12 will be $56,500 plus health benefits and an annual research fund of $2,500. The effective date for this appointment is September 1, 2011. Applicants must apply online at the University of Chicago's Academic Career Opportunities web site at https://academiccareers.uchicago.edu and select requisition #00787. Application deadline is May 8, 2011.

5/5: Request for writing sample via email (x3, 5/12)

Any news regarding interviews? (5/17)

Request for Skype interview (5/26)

Washington UniversityEdit

Description of position: Washington University , St. Louis Missouri. Art Historian of Early Modern European Art. Assistant Professor, full-time tenure-track in any field of Early Modern European Art c. 1400-1800, but with a primary focus other than Italian Renaissance Art 1300-1600. We seek candidates with a strong secondary field, such as Atlantic and/or European/non-European artistic intersections or eighteenth-century European art. Position to begin Fall 2011. Completed Ph.D. and demonstrated excellence in teaching required. Salary commensurate with experience. Duties include scholarly research and publication, teaching (four courses per year), advising and university service. Consideration of applications begins on December 15, 2010, and continues until the position is filled. Select candidates will be interviewed at CAA in New York. Required materials are a letter of application, curriculum vitae, writing sample, and three letters of recommendation. To apply electronically, go to http://jobs.wustl.edu and look up job posting #20660. Letters of recommedation and writing samples to be submitted in hard copy to Elizabeth Childs, Chair, Departent of Art HIstory and Archaelogy,Campus Box 18, Washington University,1 Bookings Drive, St Louis, M0L 6313-4899. Washington University is an equal opportunity employer that encourages applications from women and minorities. Employment eligibility verification requested upon hire.

Deadline: Consideration of applications begins on December 15, 2010, and continues until the position is filled.

Interviews: CAA interview scheduled 1/5 (How many interviews have been scheduled? 1/10)

Any News on Campus visits?

Offer: offer made and accepted. Email notification and rejection received 3/21 Would the new hire be willing to post his/her name?

Mount Holyoke CollegeEdit

Description of position: Early Modern European Architecture and Art (1400-1800). The Art History program at Mount Holyoke College invites applications for a tenure-track position in the history of Early Modern European Architecture and Art. The position is for an assistant professor and begins Fall 2011. We are especially interested in candidates who interpret European art in a global setting. The teaching load is two courses per semester. Send letter of interest, c.v., three letters of reference, two syllabuses (a survey course and a seminar of your choice), and a brief writing sample online to: http://jobsearch.mtholyoke.edu, no later than December 1, 2010.

Deadline: December 1, 2010.

Interviews: CAA interview scheduled 1/12 (congrats--phone or email? 1/12).

(3/4) Has anyone heard back about campus interviews? [campus visits are taking place around now--1st and 2nd week of March]

Kind rejection email received 2/21

Offer: Made and accepted. Would the new hire be willing to post his/her name? Generic "dear applicant" email received. Thanks for taking the time to show you know or care who your applicants are.(x2) the new hire is Jessica Maier (via dept. website)

Oberlin CollegeEdit

Description of position: One-year visiting Assistant Professor, specializing in Renaissance or Baroque. Ph.D. or near completion. Send CV, a letter describing teaching and scholarly interests, and 3 letters of reference to Susan Kane, Co-Chair, Art Department, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH 44074

Deadline: Review begins Feb. 1, and continues until position is filled.

Interviews: Phone interview scheduled for first or second week of March (2/22). Was told on Skype interview that they would be bringing one candidate to campus by 3/24. (3/5) Any news? (3/14)

(3/14) No news here unfortunately. --Search still undergoing as of 3/14.

Offer: Made and accepted (4/1)

Oklahoma State UniversityEdit

Description of position: full-time, tenure track Assistant Professor in the art of Early Modern Europe (1500-1800). Especially well-qualified applicants may be considered at the rank of Associate Professor. The successful candidate will participate in a planned MA degree program in Art History that focuses on global connections and cross-cultural influences. Letter of application, curriculum vitae, and a list of three references via hardcopy to: Chair, Early Modern Art History Search Committee, Department of Art, Oklahoma State University, 108 Bartlett Center, Stillwater, OK, 74078-4085.

Deadline: January 17, 2011

Interviews: CAA interview scheduled 1/25 via email (x2)

EEOC form received via regular mail 1/25

Campus interviews anyone? (3/13)

Campus visit scheduled (3/16)

Offer: any news? was the offer made?

received word that the search failed, but that a new search is starting for a visiting professor (5/24)

Old Dominion UniversityEdit

Art History - Assistant Professor
Old Dominion University

Art History: Art Historian: Italian Renaissance Art and Architecture, tenure-track Assistant Professor position beginning fall 2011. Competitive salary with full benefits. Ph.D. is required at the time of appointment. College- or university-level teaching experience beyond that of teaching assistant is required. Ability to teach art history survey courses, the art history methodology course, and upper-level undergraduate and occasional graduate-level courses in Italian art and architecture during the period 1300-1600 is also required. A secondary area of expertise within the broader history of art is preferred, as is a record of scholarly publications. . Send letter of application, CV, contact information for three references, and statement of teaching philosophy electronically to Dr. Linda McGreevy, Chair, Search Committee, lmcgreev@odu.edu. Review of applications will begin March 1, 2011 and continue until the position is filled.

Deadline: Review of applications will begin March 1, 2011 and continue until the position is filled.

Interviews: phone interview week of 4/4

Offer:

Open University (UK)Edit

Description: Lectureship (tenured) in Art History. "You will have excellent qualifications in Art History or a related subject, with a research specialism in the Renaissance/early modern area (fourteenth to seventeenth centuries). You will be expected to make a contribution to the forthcoming REF and your published research should therefore be of 'international' standard."

Deadline: Noon (GMT) 17 Mar. 2011

Interviews: 21 Apr. 2011

candidate was contacted for an interview (x1)

Offer:

Princeton UniversityEdit

Description of position: Assistant Professor, Italian Renaissance Art History. The Department of Art and Archaeology at Princeton University invites applications for a tenure track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the figural arts of the Italian Renaissance to complement the Department's existing strengths in the early modern period. Applicants with a vision of the international scope of the Renaissance tradition are especially welcome. Responsibilities will include undergraduate and graduate teaching and supervision of B.A. and Ph.D. theses and independent work. Applicants will be expected to engage actively in research and to interact with other institutions on campus and beyond. Resume/CV, Cover Letter, Letter of Recommendation, Writing Sample. Apply online at: http://www.princeton.edu/jobs with cover letter, CV, writing samples, and three references. A/D is November 15 or until the position is filled. Interviewing at CAA.

Deadline: A/D is November 15 or until the position is filled. Interviewing at CAA.

Interviews: CAA interviews scheduled mid-Dec.

On-campus interviews (X 3?) scheduled in Feb.

Any updates here?

Offer: Heard the search had failed. Can anyone confirm?

The search has, indeed, failed.

Received letter confirming that the search has failed.

  • For the record, they've been failing this Renaissance position for several years straight now. These losers also 'failed' their ancient search this year- they had several suitable candidates but couldn't compromise due to factionalism and would rather risk losing the position than let anyone get their way. Such behavior year after year is the best way to to degrade a department into a glorified old folks' home.
  • this is not entirely accurate: an offer was made after the first Renaissance search in 2008-09, but the candidate, after waffling for months, turned it down. In 2009-10, there was no Ren search. This year, it did indeed fail. I don't know anything about the ancient search. But in the last four years Princeton has made junior hires in 19th century and ancient Greek art, and a few years before that in Northern Ren and medieval. They've also made several senior level hires in the same period. These failed searches are exceptional, not the norm.

Princeton UniversityEdit

Description of position: Applications are invited for a postdoctoral appointment in Italian Renaissance art during the coming year (September 1, 2011 - August 31, 2012) with the possibility of a one-year renewal depending on funding, satisfactory performance and teaching need. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to undertake and/or complete a research project, interact with a diverse group of scholars, and contribute to the undergraduate teaching program at Princeton. He/she will be expected to be in residence during the term of his/her appointment, to devote one-half time to teaching (one course per semester) and/or advising undergraduate independent work. PhD in Italian Renaissance art or related field is required. Scholars who have completed all requirements for the PhD (including successful defense of the dissertation) by September 1, 2011 are eligible to apply.

Deadline: June 1


Reed CollegeEdit

Description of position: 'Visiting 'Assistant Professor, Art Historian/Late Medieval, Renaissance, or Baroque Art Italian Renaissance Art History. One year appointment (contingent upon administrative approval). Start fall 2011. Salary and benefits competitive. Ph.D. or near completion. Speciality in an area of late medieval, Renaissance, or Baroque art or architecture. This appointment entails teaching one introductory or advanced art history course each semester in the area of specialization, and advising undergraduate art history theses. In addition to departmental courses, the appointee will teach in Humanities 110, a team-taught year-long interdisciplinary course that focuses on cross-cultural interaction in the ancient Mediterranean world and is required of all First-year students.

Application Procedure: Please send CV, a letter describing teaching and scholarly interests, and 3 letters of reference to Dana E. Katz, Chair, Medieval/Early Modern Search, Reed College, 3203 SE Woodstock Boulevard, Portland, OR 97202.

Deadline: November 29, 2010

Request for CAA interview (15 Dec) (x 4)

Request for campus visit via email (25 Feb)

Skidmore CollegeEdit

One-year Assistant Professor position to start September 2011. PhD or ABD in Art History is required. This position will teach 20 credits over two semesters, including Survey of Western Art, at least one medieval European art course (any period), and one Renaissance (North or Italy). People from diverse racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds are especially encouraged to apply. Review of applications will begin January 15th, 2011.

Interviews: CAA interview requested 1/24

Kind rejection email rec'd 4/2.

Offer:

University of Michigan, DearbornEdit

Description of position: Renaissance or Baroque art with ability to teach both areas. Interested in candidates who interpret European art in a global setting. Beginning Sept. 1, 2011. Ph.D. in hand by August 1, 2011.

Deadline: December 13, 2010

EEOC form rec'd via snail mail (@ 30 Dec)

Interviews: CAA interviews scheduled via email (1/11) (x3)

Campus visit: On-campus interview scheduled (2/23)

Offer: According to a reliable source, the position has been filled.

University of UtahEdit

Description of position: Full-time tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor in Early Modern Art and Visual Culture in the Art History Program. Research specialty in any area of Early Modern Art and Visual Culture, broadly conceived. Interested candidates should send a letter of application addressing research and teaching interests, a CV, writing sample, two course syllabi, and three letters of recommendation (under separate cover) to: Chair of Art History Search Committee, University of Utah, Department of Art and Art History, 375 51530 E RM 161, Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0380.

Deadline: AID 3 January 2011 for full consideration

Interviews: invitation to self-identify for EEOC purposes via e-mail, 1/6 (x2)

Skype Interview scheduled for 1/14. -- interesting, so they are not interviewing at CAA?

Skype Interview scheduled for 1/20.

Any word on campus visits? Thanks! (1/26) None here (1/26).

Anyone have any idea what happened with this one? (3/16)

Offer: made and accepted (3/21)

Question: Did anyone hear directly from Utah that the search concluded? They've never bothered to send me any word, even after other interaction on the application. Thanks. (7/2)

Virginia Commonwealth UniversityEdit

Description of position: Tenure track position in the art and architecture of the period 1500-1800 at the rank of assistant professor in the Department of Art History in the School of the Arts. Teaching two courses a semester: upper-division undergraduate surveys in art and architecture of Europe in the period 1500-1800, more specialized undergraduate courses, and graduate seminars. Participate in aspects of the department, school and university operation, including advising undergraduates, participating in thesis and dissertation committees, and providing service to the university’s various communities. Research agenda to complement and expand existing areas of focus in the department; Potential for external research funding. Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty and student environment



Deadline: December 1st

Interviews: not interviewing at CAA; campus visits not scheduled yet; phone interview scheduled 2/10

That's odd -- why not interviewing at CAA?? A: Actually, several schools are not interviewing at CAA this year--either they can't afford to send their SC, or they're put off by the meat market atmosphere, or they've simply decided they can save money with Skype interviews at this stage. Don't know VCU's reason though.

Have they scheduled interviews at all? Originally when VCU received applications in December they said finalists would be notified in early January. Seems that might not have happended after all?

Offer: Any news???

When I called to inquire about the status of the position, I was told that the position has been filled.

Wright State UniversityEdit

Assistant Professor, tenure track. Expertise in Renaissance art history preferred, but will consider Late Medieval to Baroque. Ability to teach upper-level courses in late medieval through baroque as well as participate in teaching of western survey course required.

Deadline: January 3rd

Interviews: Phone interview scheduled for 1/31; phone interview scheduled for 2/1.

Campus Visit:

Any word on campus visits (2/22)?

They've begun (2/22) ----- Thanks for the update!

Offer: Made and accepted

Twentieth-CenturyEdit

Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin CollegeEdit

Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art (Open Rank)

The curator will oversee an outstanding permanent collection of approximately 3,600 works of art from 1900 to the present and approximately 1,400 works in the Eva Hesse Archives. Responsibilities include developing in-house and traveling exhibitions in close collaboration with curatorial colleagues and the director; carrying out original research on the colection; identifying acquisitions through purchase and gift; expanding physical and electronic access to collections; working closely with museum staff and Oberlin College development staff to cultivate a broad donor base; preparing a long-range plan for post-1900 holdings; and monitoring and making recommendations for care of the collection.

Applications due: March 04, 2011. Review of applications will be ongoing and applications received after the deadline may be considered.

Interview: On campus interviews in progress (5/11)

Offer:

Holy CrossEdit

Modern and contemporary visual culture

Visiting Full time Faculty appointment

Department of Visual Arts, College of the Holy Cross, One College Street, Worcester, MA 01610. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until February 9, 2011.

Interview: Skype interviews in progress, 3/14.

Connecticut CollegeEdit

The Department of Art History and Architectural Studies is searching for a specialist in modern and contemporary visual culture in a transnational context, with parallel interests in American art and/or nineteenth-century art. Preference will be given to candidates whose specialty is other than film or architecture, areas already well represented in the curriculum. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in art history or a related field, a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching and an active research program. The successful candidate will be conversant with current theoretical approaches and eager to highlight theory across the spectrum of courses to be taught: the survey of Western art from the Renaissance to the present, upper-level electives and advanced seminars...

The appointment begins July 1, 2011. Review of applications begins December 31 and continues until the position is filled. Preliminary interviews will be conducted at the Annual Conference of the College Art Association (New York City, 9-12 February 2011). Application letters accompanied by a CV, short writing sample, statement of teaching philosophy and three letters of recommendation should be sent to Joseph D. Alchermes, Chair, Department of Art History and Architectural Studies, Box 5336, Connecticut College, 270 Mohegan Avenue, New London, CT 06320.

Interview: ANYONE hear anything yet? (1/26)

I got an email confirmation and diversity questionnaire right after submission, but otherwise it's just been crickets. (1/26) Do they realize that CAA is 2 weeks away? This is not the only school that I've applied to with late deadlines that hasn't scheduled interviews yet. Frustrating. Good luck. (1/26)

CAA interview (arranged by email 1/26) 2x Kind email rejection, 2/6. Was it really necessary to send an email rejection the day before CAA started? Actually, I wrote them back and said something about it. (2/15) Any news? (2/17) No news since CAA, anybody else? (2/25) Nope. (2/25)

Really? No news anyone? (3/1)

I believe they've commenced campus visits (3/2). Just out of curiosity, why the ire about receiving a rejection email the day before CAA started? I've run several searches in the past and my aim has always been to get news to candidates as quickly as possible, even unhappy news. Would it have been better for the search chair to send such messages after CAA? Maybe a thread for the Talk Page? [Addendum: no, I'm not a candidate nor am I affiliated with CC but heard through the grapevine about a campus visit. So I suppose it's "hearsay," though I think reliable. And I think I must have misunderstood your earlier post: I took it as saying that you'd received an email indicating that the search committee had settled on their candidates and that you were unfortunately not among them. Sorry for the confusion and good luck with your search!]

To the above poster: where does this information about campus visits come from? Would you mind saying whether you are a candidate? Also, the SC has yet to send out rejection letters (or any other information). Thus, despite your news about choosing finalists already, it seems they aren't as quick and kind in delivering important, but unhappy, updates. (3/2) [Addendum to above poster: thanks for your detailed response. I'm actually not the original poster that was irked by the timing of their pre-CAA rejection emails. I was an interview candidate with them at CAA and have been confused by their more recent silence. I appreciate your posting here with an update... especially since now I won't have to wonder anymore.]

On-campus interviews completed (heard from search committee, 3/12)

To above: were you an interviewee? I'm only asking because I've heard nothing from the SC. Thanks. (3/13)

CAA interviewee; heard from SC upon inquiry. (3/14)

Offer: Extended and accepted.

Kansas City Art InstituteEdit

Description of position: Teach art history with a specialization in European and American art focusing on the modern period. Teach upper- and lower-division courses. Secondary areas of specialization include the history of graphic design and the artist’s role in society.

Interviews: email to schedule interview (1/21)

University of VermontEdit

Description of position: Assistant Professor, tenure-track. Start August 2011. Must teach a range of courses in European and American art from 1850-1920 and the second half of the survey of Western art. PhD in art history is required, and record of publications and teaching experience beyond the TA level is preferred. The successful candidate will be expected to participate actively in the scholarship of their fields and, where available, to seek extramural funding for that research.

Apply online at [[6]]. Search for the position using department name (Art) only. Attach curriculum vitae, letter of intent, and contact information for three professional references. Application materials that cannot be attached to your electronic application must be mailed to: Chair, Modern Art History Search Committee, Department of Art and Art History, The University of Vermont, 304 Williams Hall, Burlington, VT 05405-0168. Interviews by appointment at CAA. Please indicate in letter if attending.

Deadline: The Department will begin reviewing applications on December 1, 2010. Applications will be considered until the position is filled.

Interviews: CAA interview scheduled 1/10

Q: was this interview requested via phone/mail/email? phone

Has anyone heard anything post-CAA? (2/26)

camus visits have been in progress


Offer: made last week (3/14)

Offer accepted (3/25).

Rejection letter (snail mail) received (4/7) listing the hire Anthony Grudin.

Grudin was hired last year? The year before? Anyway, the new hire is named on the UVM New CAS faculty web page.

University of WyomingEdit

Description of position: The Department of Art at the University of Wyoming seeks candidates for a full-time, tenure-track, assistant professor of art history. Rank and salary commensurate with experience. Area of specialization in 20th-c. and/or Contemporary art, preferably American, with a minor area covering either African, American Indian, Asian, or Chicano arts.

Deadline: Review of applications and application deadline Nov. 15th, 2010.

Interviews: on campus scheduled Q: when did they schedule the on campus?

Q: Can anybody else confirm whether campus visits have been scheduled at Wyoming?

Four campus interviews have been scheduled.

And some have taken place.

Offer :has been made and accepted.

Willamette UniversityEdit

Description of position: Full-time, tenure-track faculty appointment in Art History (Modern/Contemporary/American) beginning August 2011.

Deadline: December 3, 2010.

12/7: receipt of application ack via email

1/11: request for additional materials (via email) X 2 (they say they've asked 35 for additional materials). Q: did they ask you for something they had not requested previously in the application process? A: yes.

To elaborate (I'm not OP), they said they had 110 apps, were down to 35, wanted syllabus and writing sample, and out of that, would interview 12-14 at CAA.

Interviews: Anyone re-recontacted after sending materials? (1/28) Not yet (1/29).

Any more news anyone? (2/2) Not a thing (2/3)

CAA interview requested 1/21 (2x)

Any word post-CAA interviews? (2/17)

Kind rejection letter received 2/25. Dated and postmarked 2/21.

Offer: Abigail Susik.

SAIC (School of the Art Institute of Chicago)Edit

Description of position: Full-time Faculty Position, tenured or tenure track, in Art History, Europe 1900-1945 The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) seeks a historian of European art, focusing on the period between 1900-1945, with additional expertise in methodologies, theories and historiography to join the Department of Art, History, Theory and Criticism.

Qualifications Ph.D. is required, some teaching experience preferred. Rank and salary are competitive with peer institutions, and are commensurate with quality of scholarship or practice, extent of teaching experience, and current professional standing.

Application Procedures

By December 15, 2010 please submit application materials at http://SAICfaculty.slideroom.com.

You will be asked to create an account, then complete the application which is a combination of fill-in fields and uploaded documents. Complete the fields for: a letter of introduction stating your interests and qualifications; résumé; and contact information for three professional references. Required files to upload include: writing samples (pdf files recommended).

Questions regarding the School and its open positions, application procedures, or the search process may be emailed to saicteach@saic.edu. Please consult www.saic.edu for information on the School and its programs, or www.saic.edu/about/jobs/faculty for postings of open positions and application procedures.

Deadline:

December 15, 2010 (The on-line system permits a two week Grace Period after Dec 15 to complete applications already pending.)

CAA interview scheduled 1/12

Any idea how many have been asked for first-round interviews?

Offer: Extended and accepted. (4/5/11) Annie Bourneuf?

University of Southern CaliforniaEdit

The Department of Art History invites applications for two open-rank positions, tenure-track or tenured (Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor of Art History) in the fields either of Modern Art and Visual Culture (1850-1945) or of Contemporary Art and Visual Culture (post-1945). Ability to examine art and visual culture from new perspectives, in their global dimensions and across a range of media is desirable. The successful candidates will have a track record of leadership or the potential for leadership in their field and will be expected to teach both graduate and undergraduate courses, including courses in the University's general education program.

Applicants at the Assistant Professor level should submit a cover letter, CV, writing sample, and three letters of recommendation. Applicants at the tenured Associate or Full Professor level should submit a cover letter, a CV, and the names of at least three referees. All candidates are required to have a PhD at the time of appointment.
Applications must be sent by November 20, 2010 to Chair, Modern and Contemporary Search, c/o Department of Art History, VKC 351, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0047. Electronic submissions are preferred and should be sent to: ahisfacultysearch@college.usc.edu.

Caa interviews scheduled?

According to the internal grad student listserv, campus visits with candidates have already been scheduled with Asoc. Profs. It's a done deal as far as I'm concerned, but they are still interviewing at CAA. (1/31)

-- Yes, but there are TWO positions on offer, and as far as I know it's still entirely open which field will go senior and which junior, or even whether both might be senior or junior. Pretty sure it isn't a 'done deal'. (2/1)

So when are these Asoc Prof visits taking place? Anyone heard back after CAA interviews? (2/15)

Senior hire speakers are from today through March 3 (2/22)

Anyone know who the finalists were? (2/22)

And, an offer was made for the post-1945 position this week. (3/13)

One position has been accepted and the other has been extended and I believe accepted. (4/3)

University of ChicagoEdit

Description of position: Art History: Art Historian, 20th Century Latin American Art, University of Chicago. The Art History Department at the University of Chicago solicits applications for an approved tenure-track position at the level of Assistant Professor in the art of Latin America in the 20th century. Applicants with expertise across a geographic range and/or interest in Latin American interactions with other regions are especially encouraged to apply. Dissertation must be completed before taking up appointment. Complete application materials include cover letter (including discussion of research plans and teaching interests), curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, and selected writing samples (a dissertation chapter plus abstract and/or a closely related article). Applicants must upload the curriculum vitae and cover letter to the Academic Career Opportunities Web site at: http://academiccareers.uchicago.edu. Applicants should send writing samples in electronic format (MS Word or PDF) to: tmorin@uchicago.edu with subject heading "Latin American Search" and have three letters of reference sent directly to the same e-mail address.

Deadline: For full consideration, all application materials must be received by 1 November 2010. No materials received after 15 January 2011 will be accepted.

Interviews: Campus interviews scheduled

Offer:

Search terminated without hire

Stanford UniversityEdit

Description of position:

The Department of Art and Art History at Stanford University seeks to make a distinguished appointment in twentieth-century American art at the level of Associate or Full Professor.

Candidates should have exceptional credentials as a scholar and teacher, with interests in one or more of the following fields: painting and sculpture, material culture, museum studies, photography, visual culture, theory and methodology, twentieth-century African American art, and global contexts of American art. The successful candidate will be expected to teach an introductory survey, as well as more specialized courses, both undergraduate and graduate, in her or his areas of research. Candidates should have a distinguished record of publication, a strong history of graduate student advising, and an interest in building relations with the Cantor Arts Center. The Search Committee will begin reviewing applications on November 15, 2010. Candidates should send a letter of introduction and curriculum vitae to Chair, American Art Search Committee, Art and Art History Department, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-2018.

Deadline: The Search Committee will begin reviewing applications on November 15, 2010.

Interviews:

Got a rejection letter shortly after CAA (no interview)

Offer: Nancy Troy.

University of California, San DiegoEdit

Description of position: Latin American/Contemporary Art Historian. University of California, San Diego, Visual Arts Department is recruiting to fill a tenure-track assistant professor position. For details of position and application information refer to http://visarts.ucsd.edu/title/Recruitment/. Submit all application materials online via RECRUIT at https://apol-recruit.ucsd.edu/. Salary per UCSD pay scales. Review of applications begins December 1, 2010. UCSD is AA/EOE.

Deadline: Review of applications begins December 1, 2010.

Interviews:

Offer:


University of California, BerkeleyEdit

Description of position: University of California, Berkeley. The History of Art Department at the University of California, Berkeley has been authorized to search for a specialist in Art since 1900 (effective July 1, 2011) at the rank of Assistant Professor (tenure-track) or Associate Professor. Ph.D. must be in hand by July 1, 2011. Candidates will be expected to teach European and American Modernism. Postmark deadline for application is November 1, 2010. Send letter of application, full curriculum vitae, and a representative writing sample to: Professor Darcy Grimaldo Grigsby, Search Committee Chair, Department of History of Art, 416 Doe Library #6020, University of California, Berkeley, California 94720-6020 (Fax 510-643-2185). In addition, candidates should have a dossier including three letters of reference sent directly to the above address. . Interviews will be held at the Meetings of the College Art Association, February 9th-12th 2011, in New York. Inquiries about this position may be addressed to Professor Darcy Grimaldo Grigsby at dgrigsby@berkeley.edu.

Deadline: November 1, 2010.

Interviews: January 14th, contact regarding CAA interviews, x3

I have heard that they decided only to look at junior candidates, save one, partly because of budget problems.

CAA interviewees: Did anyone have the presence of mind to ask about their timetable moving forward? I meant to and then didn't! Campus visits scheduled by phone (2/12)

candidates listed online on website (2/16) Where? The Lecture Series in Modernism? (2/17) YES! (2/18) Thx.

Offer: An offer was made last week (3/14)

-Hey, does anyone know if this search has been cancelled? That would be such a shame. I just noticed that this seems to have been taken down from CAA, although it's still listed on Berkeley's own academic employment website. I hope that I am worrying needlessly.

-I noticed it's been taken down too--but I assume it doesn't mean anything. It's happened before with other jobs; maybe it's just too close to the deadline so they didn't renew the ad or something?

-I asked the department secretary and the search is indeed still on.

-CAA sells job posting ads for 30 days at a time; you have to repurchase and repost.

-Not only that but they're extremely expensive and many departments can't get authorization for more than 30 days.

--Has anybody heard yet about CAA interviews? Nothing here.

Due to severe budget cuts, office is only open 1-4 pm. Check dept website. My guess is that this is affecting the search process.

An offer has been made to an Associate Professor, and that person has accepted it. Julia Bryan Wilson.

Virginia Commonwealth UniversityEdit

Description: The Department of Art History in the School of the Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University seeks candidates for a tenure track position in modern art and architecture at the rank of assistant professor. Position to begin August 16, 2011. Duties include teaching two courses each semester (fall/spring): courses will include upper-division undergraduate surveys in modern art and architecture of Europe and the USA, more specialized undergraduate courses, and graduate seminars. Faculty will participate in aspects of the department, school, and university operation, including advising undergraduates, participating in thesis and dissertation committees, and providing service to the universitys various communities. Salary commensurate with experience.

Qualifications: Ph.D. in art history; research agenda to complement and expand existing areas of focus in the department; potential for external research funding; demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as a faculty member at VCU.
Application Process: Due 12/1. Please forward letter of application, curriculum vitae, and publications together with the names, addresses, email addresses, and telephone numbers of three references to Modern Art and Architecture Search Committee, Department of Art History, Virginia Commonwealth University, P.O. Box 843046, Richmond, VA 23284-3046. Virginia Commonwealth University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Women, minorities, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Has anyone heard anything from this one?

Interview request via email for interview by phone for contemporary (post-1945) position (1/24)

on campus visits taking place (2/21)


University of South FloridaEdit

Tenure-track Assistant Professor with a specialization in contemporary art, particularly late 20th-century art and current art production. Engagement with art in a global context (beyond Europe and North America) is highly desirable.

Deadline: 1/3/2011

Interview: Scheduled for CAA (1/27) X 2

Anyone heard back reg. campus visits yet? (2/15)

Offer:

Robotron rejection from HR. Very lame (4/8)

Robotron??!! Brother.

Southern Oregon UniversityEdit

Any news since campus interviews?

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