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CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY JOBS - 2018-2019

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Aarhus University (DK) - Associate Professorship in Visual Anthropology - Deadline: 1 Sept. 2018Edit

The Department of Anthropology, part of the larger School of Culture and Society, invites applications for the position of associate professor of visual anthropology.

The associate professorship is a permanent, full-time position, commencing on 1 January 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter.

Place of employment: Moesgaard, Moesgård allé, 8270 Højbjerg, Denmark.

Job description: We are looking for a candidate with a strong understanding of, and training within, the general field of social/cultural anthropology and a core research expertise within visual anthropology, in particular relating to the utilisation of audio-visual methods in data collection, analysis and dissemination. A research focus on the shaping of particular forms of knowledge and authority would be particularly welcome. This includes the knowledge systems prevalent in the ethnographic field itself, as well as the ways of knowing allowed by ethnographic film or other visual engagements.

The successful applicant will be responsible for planning, developing and teaching anthropology at the department at BA, MA and PhD level, with a key focus on our popular MA track specialisation in visual anthropology. In addition, the successful applicant must be able to teach other general courses in anthropology (see language requirements/expectations below). We emphasise the importance of maintaining a dedicated and respectful relationship between staff and students, so the ideal candidate should be able to demonstrate and exemplify their commitment to participatory teaching initiatives and student involvement as part of their teaching portfolio.

Read the full job description and apply online here

  • Deadline: 1 September 2018.

Baylor University (TX) - TT Asst. Professor of Med/Bio/Env Anthropology - Deadline: Open Until FilledEdit

The Department of Anthropology at Baylor University is seeking an assistant professor (tenure-track) to being in August, 2019. This position is open to applicants with research and teaching interests in medical anthropology, biomedical anthropology, molecular anthropology, applied anthropology, environmental anthropology, and related areas. Specific topics might include, but are certainly not limited to (listed alphabetically with no ranking): aging/senescence, behavioral ecology, bioethics, bioinformatics and big dataset analyses, child/maternal/family health, chronic or infectious disease epidemiology, developmental origins of disease, diet and food, climate/environmental change, ethnomedicine, environmental crisis mitigation, environmental policy, environmental program evaluation, evolutionary medicine, genetics and epigenetics, geographic information systems, global health issues, health communication, health disparities, health program evaluation, health system/hospital ethnography, human biology, human-environment interactions, international health policy, medical missionary work, medical pluralism and complementary/alternative/traditional healing systems, medicalization and pharmaceutical development, mental health and cross-cultural psychiatry, microbiome analyses, migration and refugee studies, nonhuman models of human disease, palaeopathology, reproductive ecology, social demography, social network modelling, spirituality/religiosity and health, structural violence and access to healthcare, qualitative methods, vaccine studies/compliance, and water and food security.  

The new faculty member will join a growing department with interest in applied perspectives on the anthropology of health, broadly conceived.  Interest in supporting the development of a new PhD program (in the Anthropology of Health) is required, and skills appropriate for training graduates for non-academic jobs are preferred. Faculty members are required to contribute to teaching, research, and service. Expectations for an active research agenda include publishing and granting, as well as involving students, as appropriate. Candidates should possess an earned doctorate in the appropriate field of study.

Finalists for this position will be required to submit official doctoral transcripts in advance of a campus visit. Employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check, and salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications.

To learn more about this position, the Department of Anthropology, and the College of Arts & Sciences at Baylor University, please visit these links: https://www.baylor.edu/anthropology/, https://www.baylor.edu/artsandsciences/, and https://jobs.baylor.edu/postings/4051. Please contact Dr. Michael Muehlenbein (michael_muehlenbein@baylor.edu) with any questions.

  • Applications should be emailed to Dr. Michael Muehlenbein (michael_muehlenbein@baylor.edu) with a single PDF file containing the following information: a letter of application (explaining your qualifications, current and future research plans, and teaching experience and philosophy), current curriculum vitae, transcripts, and the names, email addresses, and phone numbers of three individuals from whom letters of recommendation have been requested.

Brandeis University (MA) - TT Asst. Professor - Sociocultural or Linguistic Anthropology - Deadline: 1 Oct. 2018Edit

The Department of Anthropology at Brandeis University seeks a sociocultural or linguistic anthropologist with expertise in digital technologies and culture for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position, to begin July 1, 2019. We envision a scholar who works on digital worlds as emergent from and constitutive of specific cultural, economic, political, and historical contexts. Possible specializations might include, but are not limited to, the internet and social media; language and semiosis; science, technology, and society; race/ethnicity, class, and/or LGBTQ+ identities; political and social action; governance and surveillance; infrastructures and labor; subjectivity, embodiment, and knowledge; and intersections of technology and value. Any of these specializations might also draw on innovative uses of digital technologies in research and teaching and might contribute to the department's new laboratory in media and ethnographic arts. Regional specialization is open.

Applicants should submit a cover letter that discusses current and future research and teaching. The cover letter should also briefly address how the applicant’s experiences, interests, or future goals could promote pluralism and equity in research, teaching, and/or service. Applicants should also submit a CV; a writing sample of no more than 40 pages (such as a published article, article manuscript, or dissertation chapter); and the names and contact information of three referees. Application should be made online, at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/11386.

  • First consideration will be given to applications received by October 1, 2018; preliminary interviews will be held by web conference with the aim of bringing final candidates to campus in late November/early December.

Brown University (RI) - TT Open Rank Professor - Climate Change - Deadline: 1 Oct. 2018Edit

Tenure-track Assistant, Associate or Full Professor in Climate Change Department of Anthropology and Institute at Brown for Environment and Society Brown University

The Department of Anthropology and the Institute at Brown for Environment and Society (IBES) seek candidates of any rank for an endowed university chair in the area of climate change. This is part of a broader search by IBES that seeks to fill endowed university chairs with a tenure or tenure-track home in a participating department. The broader search invites applications from rising leaders in the public health, natural, social, and environmental justice aspects of climate change to create a multidisciplinary network of collaborative research.

Specifically, the Department of Anthropology seeks to hire an anthropologist of the environment with a focus on climate change. The successful applicant will have an outstanding record of research and teaching that complements the strengths of both the Department of Anthropology and IBES, with an interest in working across both units. Theoretical and conceptual approaches may include, but are not limited to: political ecology, science and technology studies, and other perspectives that explore climate change and its impact on society and human life. Topics may include, but are not limited to: human and environmental health; relationships between local and elite knowledge practices, biodiversity conservation, climate change advocacy, environmental governance, and climate justice. Geographic area is open.

Candidates of any rank will be considered. The endowed chairs are named faculty positions that include a small fund in perpetuity (in addition to start up funds) to assist chair holders in achieving their research and teaching goals. We are particularly interested in scholars who demonstrate research excellence, an interest in working to promote diversity and inclusion in environmental disciplines, and a dedication to teaching and research mentoring.

Applicants must have a PhD in anthropology or related discipline at the time of starting work. All candidates should submit: (1) a teaching statement; (2) a research statement; (3) a diversity and inclusion statement (4) a curriculum vitae; (5) two writing samples (which may be a journal article, book prospectus, book chapter, or other appropriate product); (6) a cover letter describing their interest in the position. Candidates currently holding tenured faculty positions should provide the names of three referees; these referees will not be contacted without prior authorization from the candidate. Candidates that do not currently hold a tenured faculty position should have three letters of reference submitted before the application deadline. Interested candidates should feel free to contact Professor Daniel Jordan Smith (daniel_j_smith@brown.edu) for further information.

  • Full consideration will be given to applications received by October 1st, 2018, but we will continue to accept applications until the position is filled. Brown is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, and women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. Send materials to: http://apply.interfolio.com/50691

George Mason University (VA) - TT Asst. Professor - Political and Legal Anthropology, East Asia/Pacific Rim - Deadline: 1 Oct. 2018Edit

The George Mason University Department of Sociology and Anthropology invites applications for a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor position for a Political and Legal anthropologist with a geographical focus on East Asia/Pacific Rim region, to begin August 2019 (teaching load is 2:2). George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Mason’s academic and culturally inclusive environment.

Qualifications: The Anthropology Program seeks applicants with geographic specialization in East Asia/Pacific Rim and research interests in one or more of the following areas of political and legal anthropology: human rights, environmental protection, race and ethnicity, activism, citizenship, colonialism, inequality, populism, political identity, political conflict and reconciliation. The successful applicant will have a Ph.D. in-hand at time of application.

Candidates are expected to demonstrate promise of a productive research and publication trajectory based on original research and a record of external funding. The successful candidate will be prepared to teach an introductory cultural anthropology course, an area studies course, and courses in their areas of specialization at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Faculty in the anthropology program are expected to work closely with undergraduate majors and graduate students, providing them with opportunities for the development, completion, presentation, and publication of research projects. As the result of a recent curriculum redesign, it is expected that the amount of undergraduate research in the department will increase, and that the successful candidate will contribute to that growth.

Mason’s three-field anthropology program offers the B.A. and M.A. degrees. Many opportunities exist for cross- and interdisciplinary collaboration across units. George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Mason’s academic and culturally inclusive environment. Salary is commensurate with experience.

George Mason University is an innovative, entrepreneurial institution with national distinction in academics and research. It is the largest public research university in Virginia with campuses in Fairfax, Arlington, and Prince William, as well as a campus in Songdo, South Korea. Located approximately 15 miles from Washington, D.C., Mason is the most diverse university in Virginia with students and faculty from all 50 states and more than 135 countries studying in over 200 degree programs. Rooted in Mason’s diversity is an exciting, rewarding campus culture that provides unique opportunities to collaborate and create.

For full consideration, applicants must: complete and submit the online application for position number F7385z at http://jobs.gmu.edu/; upload an application letter, curriculum vitae, a statement addressing how the applicant’s training and/or experiences would contribute to a climate that values diversity; and, provide the names of three persons who may be contacted for letters of reference. Questions may be directed to Chair of the Sociocultural Anthropology Search Committee, Professor Anne Schiller at: schiller@gmu.edu.

  • Deadline for applications is October 1, 2018.

Michigan Technological University (MI) - Assistant Professor in Anthropology or Geography, Tenure-Track Department of Social Sciences - Deadline: 15 Nov. 2018Edit

The Department of Social Sciences at Michigan Technological University invites applications for an Assistant Professor to join our interdisciplinary social sciences faculty. We seek a scholar specializing in heritage, environment, and industrial communities to strengthen our graduate programs (M.S. and Ph.D.) in Industrial Heritage & Archaeology and/or Environmental & Energy Policy. A Ph.D. in Anthropology or Geography, or a related interdisciplinary field, is required by August 15, 2019.

Candidates with research foci that emphasize environmental health and/or pollution, social justice, urban and/or at-risk communities, labor relations, brownfield revitalization, or deindustrialization are particularly encouraged to apply. We seek a colleague committed to community-led or engaged collaborative research and teaching and/or GIS or related spatial sciences. The successful candidate will have a strong research program and high potential for securing external funding.

Applicants must demonstrate how their research and teaching interests strengthen one or both of our graduate programs, and articulate with one or more of our undergraduate programs in Anthropology, History, Law and Society, Social Sciences, and our new major, Sustainability Science and Society. Teaching experience is strongly preferred: the teaching load is two courses per semester, with one course per year being our core interdisciplinary course Global Issues. Michigan Tech is a research university (RU/H) with approximately 7,300 undergraduate and graduate students.

Michigan Tech is an Equal Opportunity Educational Institution/Equal Opportunity Employer, which includes providing equal opportunity for protected veterans and individuals with disabilities. Applications from women and minorities are highly encouraged by both the department and the institution. Michigan Tech is an ADVANCE institution, one of a limited number of universities in receipt of NSF funds in support of our commitment to increase diversity and the participation and advancement of women in STEM. Michigan Tech acknowledges the importance of supporting dual career partners in attracting and retaining a quality workforce. See http://www.dual.mtu.edu for additional information.

  • Review of applications will commence on November 15, 2018. Full consideration will be given to applications received by that date. Interested candidates should complete the online application and upload required materials including: (1) a letter of interest, (2) Curriculum Vitae, (3) research statement, (4) teaching statement, (5) writing sample, and (6) names and contact information for three references. You can find out more about this position, including where to submit your materials electronically at: http://www.jobs.mtu.edu/postings/6844. Please direct inquiries to the Chair of the Search Committee: Dr. Melissa Baird at mfbaird@mtu.edu or 906-487-2366.

Middlebury College (VT) - TT Assistant Professor - Medical Anthropology - Deadline: 26 Oct. 2018Edit

MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE, MIDDLEBURY, VT 05753. The Sociology/Anthropology Department invites applications for a tenure-track position for a medical anthropologist beginning in the fall of 2019. The successful candidate must also be prepared to teach a required course for majors in qualitative methodology and contribute regularly to the college-wide curriculum, including the First Year Seminar program and Winter Term. Regional specialization should complement existing departmental interests. Appointment is at the Assistant Professor level. Applicants must show evidence of teaching excellence and have an active research agenda.

Middlebury College is a top-tier liberal arts college with a demonstrated commitment to excellence in faculty teaching and research. An Equal Opportunity Employer, the College is committed to hiring a diverse faculty as we work to foster innovation in our curriculum and to provide a rich and varied educational experience to our increasingly diverse student body. EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability.

Applications for this position will be accepted starting on August 24, 2018, and all application materials must be received by October 26, 2018. We plan to interview candidates at the American Anthropological Association meeting in San Jose, CA in mid-November. Middlebury College uses Interfolio to collect all faculty job applications electronically. Email and paper applications will not be accepted. At Middlebury, we strive to make our campus a respectful, engaged community that embraces difference, with all the complexity and individuality each person brings. In your application materials we encourage you to address how your teaching, scholarship, mentorship and/or community service might support our commitment to diversity and inclusion. Through Interfolio, submit a letter of application addressed to search committee chair, Prof. Michael Sheridan, graduate transcript, curriculum vitae, and three current letters of recommendation, of which at least two must speak to teaching ability and promise. More information is available at http://apply.interfolio.com/52775

Offers of employment are contingent on completion of a background check.  Information on our background check policy can be found here: http://go.middlebury.edu/backgroundchecks

  • Review begins 24 Aug. 2018, deadline is 26 Oct. 2018.

Rochester Institute of Technology (NY) - TT Asst. Professor - Medical Sociology or Anthropology - Deadline: 25 Sept. 2018Edit

The Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Rochester Institute of Technology seeks applicants for a tenure-track assistant professor position in medical sociology or medical anthropology beginning August 2019. Prospective candidates are expected to have earned a Ph.D. in sociology or anthropology with a primary specialization in human health or medicine. We seek candidates with theoretically-informed scholarship that explores the impact of gender, race, class, disability, or environment on human health. The regional specialization is open. Health research among American Indian, indigenous, or underrepresented communities globally is encouraged.

The successful candidate will join a vibrant, interdisciplinary department, whose faculty members share a strong commitment to global justice, human rights, and sustainable futures. In the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at RIT, this commitment builds on expanding scholarship and coursework in the following three areas: social inequalities, cultural diversity, and globalization. While the investigative focus of each faculty is distinct and draws on a different body of research or theory, the department's inquiries into inequality, diversity, and globalization intersect and crosscut disciplinary boundaries. In this dynamic context, the successful candidate will be able to offer courses at all levels, including introductory courses, in our undergraduate degree programs in sociology & anthropology and international & global studies, and our multiple minors. There will be opportunities for new course development and collaborative research projects within and beyond the College of Liberal Arts.

We are seeking an individual who has the ability and interest in contributing to a community committed to student-centeredness; professional development and scholarship; integrity and ethics; respect, diversity and pluralism; innovation and flexibility; and teamwork and collaboration. Select to view links to RIT's core values, honor code, and statement of diversity.

Required Minimum Qualifications

PhD. in Anthropology or Sociology
Primary specialization: human health and medicine
Theoretically informed scholarship
Teaching experience
Ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the college’s continuing commitment to cultural diversity, pluralism, and individual differences.

Required Minimum Education Level: PhD

HOW TO APPLY: Apply online at http://apptrkr.com/1232720; search openings, then Keyword Search 3849BR. Please submit your application, curriculum vitae, cover letter addressing the listed qualifications and upload the following attachments: A brief teaching philosophy; A list of courses taught or prepared to teach; A sample publication or excerpt chapter from doctoral thesis; The names, addresses, emails, and phone numbers for three references; Contribution to Diversity Statement.

  • To receive full consideration, all application materials should be received by September 25, 2018. The position will be kept open until a suitable candidate is found.

San Jose State University (CA) - Assistant Professor - Applied/Cultural Anthropology - Deadline: 15 Oct. 2018Edit

Applicants must have completed a PhD in anthropology or a closely related field before the position begins. The position requires an applied/cultural anthropologist able to use anthropology to address "real-world" problems in and between organizations, communities, and networks, and to actively participate in interdisciplinary collaborations. Applicants should have the ability to develop practice-oriented projects at local and global levels of organization that involve students. Teaching excellence and demonstrated scholarship potential is essential and applicants should be able to teach and coordinate general education courses, upper-division anthropology courses, and graduate courses. Applicants should also be able to contribute to an applied anthropology M.A. program. Applicants should demonstrate awareness of and sensitivity to the educational goals of a multicultural population as might have been gained in cross-cultural study, training, teaching and other comparable experience.

Responsibilities: Responsibilities include teaching and developing appropriate undergraduate and graduate courses, including general education courses; developing local field projects that complement pedagogy and that involve undergraduate and graduate students; advising undergraduate students in anthropology, behavioral science, and organizational studies; supervising graduate students; maintaining an active research program that contributes to the generation of knowledge, as manifested in scholarly publications; and participating in departmental, college, and university committees. Candidate must address the needs of a student population of great diversity - in age, cultural background, ethnicity, primary language and academic preparation - through course materials, teaching strategies and advisement.

Salary Range: Commensurate with qualifications and experience. Starting Date: August, 2019. Eligibility: Employment is contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in the United States.

For questions, please contact: Jan English-Lueck, Acting Chair, Department of Anthropology, San Jose State University, One Washington Square, San Jose, CA 95192-0113. email: jan.english-lueck@sjsu.edu main line: 408.924.5710

Please include Job Opening ID (JOID) on all correspondence.

  • Application Procedure: For full consideration, send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching interests/ philosophy, research plans, and at least three original letters of reference with contact information by October 15, 2018 through Interfolio at http://apply.interfolio.com/52364

St. John's University (NY) - TT Asst. Professor - Biocultural Anthropology - Deadline: 15 Oct. 2018Edit

St. John’s established in 1870, has three New York City campuses; a graduate center in Hauppauge, NY; international locations in Rome, Italy; Limerick, Ireland; and Paris, France; and study abroad locations around the world. The Princeton Review and other top rankings consistently recognize the University’s outstanding academics, diverse student body, dynamic internship and volunteer opportunities, focus on student life, and diverse study abroad offerings. St. John’s University offers more than 100 undergraduate and graduate programs in its six colleges and schools, with a growing number of programs offered online. The University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and 12 other major academic and professional associations.

Commitment to Inclusion: A dedication to diversity, equity and inclusion is at the heart of our mission. As a Catholic and Vincentian university, St. John’s is committed to institutionalizing practices of inclusive excellence to ensure that we welcome and celebrate the intrinsic worth of all members of our community. We will become an even stronger university as we enhance equity at every level of our institution. As noted in our Vision Statement, our graduates will excel in the competencies and values required for leadership and service in a rapidly evolving world.

Division/Department Information: The Department of Sociology and Anthropology in St. John’s College offers a major and a minor in Anthropology to a diverse body of students as well as undergraduate and graduate M.A. level programs in Sociology and Criminology. We have fourteen full-time faculty members along with a qualified pool of instructors who teach the Anthropology, Sociology and Criminology courses. The Department’s faculty are highly devoted to students while maintaining an active research agenda and presence in the regional, national and international academic community. The Anthropology program at St. John’s has a global, critical and applied perspective. It offers one-on-one mentoring for each one of its majors, including the completion of a Senior Research Thesis in anthropology and other High Impact Practices. The program is invested in enhancing student retention and graduation rates by offering a broad range of courses that span the humanities, social and natural sciences. It is focused on teaching applicable research and analytical skills so students are ready to move smoothly and successfully between academia and the workplace. Students from the major attend top tier graduate programs and have been awarded prestigious fellowships and scholarships. There are plans to create a new Master’s Degree in Applied Anthropology, too. The program and its faculty are also active in contributing to other interdisciplinary programs such as the Ozanam Scholars, the M.A. in Global Development and Social Justice, and the University’s core curriculum. The program has been actively committed to supporting the University’s mission locally, regionally and globally.

Responsibilities: As tenure-track Assistant Professor, the new hire will be responsible for teaching a wide-range of Anthropology courses, advise students and contribute to developing a new M.A. program, while actively doing research to build their portfolio towards tenure.

Qualifications: Applicants for the tenure-track Assistant Professor position should hold a Ph.D. at the time of appointment (Fall 2019). We are looking for applicants within the area of Biocultural Anthropology. Geographic area is open. Preference will be given to candidates with applied fieldwork and an ability to regularly teach courses in biological anthropology. Candidates should have a promising record of scholarship and publications, and a genuine interest in both service and student mentoring.

  • Application Process: Send letter of application, CV, writing samples, a brief research plan and statement of teaching philosophy, and the names of 3 references. For full consideration please submit your materials by October 15, 2018.

Syracuse University (NY) - TT Asst. Professor - Urban Anthropologist - Deadline: 1 Nov. 2018Edit

The Anthropology Department in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University invites applications for a tenure track assistant professor cultural anthropology. We are looking for an urban anthropologist with expertise within areas including: medical anthropology, policy and applied anthropology, Diasporas, ethnicity, diversity, and/or linguistics. Area focus is open to Africa, South Asia, South American/Caribbean, as well as oceanic intersections in the Indian Ocean and/or Atlantic World. The successful candidate will demonstrate a strong commitment to research as well as to undergraduate and graduate education. The Maxwell School especially seeks candidates open to collaboration and an interdisciplinary approach to teaching and research. The successful candidate will be expected to teach two courses per semester, maintain an active research program and serve on departmental and other committees. Ph.D. in Anthropology is expected at time of appointment.

Qualifications: Ph.D. in Anthropology is expected at time of appointment.

Job Specific Qualifications: Urban cultural anthropologist with expertise within areas including: medical anthropology, policy and applied anthropology, Diasporas, ethnicity, diversity, and/or linguistics. Area focus is open to Africa, South Asia, South American/Caribbean, as well as oceanic intersections in the Indian Ocean and/or Atlantic World.

Responsibilities: The scholar will be expected to teach two courses per semester, maintain an active research program and serve on departmental and other committees.

  • Online App. Form: https://www.sujobopps.com/postings/76243
  • Applicants who submit applications on or before November 1, 2018 will be reviewed for potential interviews at the American Anthropological Association annual meeting in San Jose, California, November 14 -18, 2018. There may also be possible Skype/Face Time preliminary interviews.

Syracuse University (NY) - Associate/Full Professor - Cultural Anthropology (South Asian Studies) - Deadline: 1 Nov. 2018Edit

The Anthropology Department in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University invites applications for the Maxwell Ford South Asia Professorship in cultural anthropology at the Associate or Full Professor level. We are looking for an outstanding established Cultural Anthropologist to continue our long tradition of leadership in South Asian studies. The candidate should have expertise within areas of medical anthropology, policy and applied anthropology, urban anthropology, diasporas, and/or linguistics. The successful candidate will demonstrate a strong commitment to research as well as to undergraduate and graduate education. The Maxwell School especially seeks candidates open to collaboration and an interdisciplinary approach to teaching and research. The successful candidate will be expected to engage with our South Asia Center and Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs. The scholar will be expected to teach two courses per semester, maintain an active research program, and serve on departmental and other committees. In addition to a Ph.D. in Anthropology the candidate shall have a strong record of research and teaching.

Qualifications: Ph.D. in Anthropology. The candidate shall have a strong record of research and teaching.

Job Specific Qualifications: Cultural Anthropologist with expertise in South Asian Studies. Topical focus in medical anthropology, policy and applied anthropology, urban anthropology, diasporas, and/or linguistics.

Responsibilities: The scholar will be expected to teach two courses per semester, maintain an active research program, and serve on departmental and other committees.

  • Online App. Form: https://www.sujobopps.com/postings/76242
  • Applicants who submit applications on or before November 1, 2018 will be reviewed for potential interviews at the American Anthropological Association annual meeting in San Jose, California, November 14-18, 2018. There may also be possible Skype/Face Time preliminary interviews.

University of British Columbia, Okanagan (CAN) - TT Asst. Professor in Anthropology (incl. Archaeology) - Deadline: 14 Sept. 2018Edit

The Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences (IKBSAS) at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus, invites applications for a tenure-track appointment in Anthropology at the rank of Assistant Professor. The position will be held in the Community, Culture and Global Studies Department (http://www.ubc.ca/okanagan/ccgs/welcome.htmlDocument1), and is expected to start on July 1, 2019.

We are seeking a candidate with scholarly interest and expertise in anthropology with a specialization in in one or more of the following areas: material culture; cultural heritage; intangible/tangible heritage; ethnohistory; historical or social archaeology; Indigenous archaeology; digital or visual archaeology. An interest in working in an interdisciplinary department consisting of Anthropology, Gender & Women’s Studies, Indigenous Studies, and Human Geography is expected.

The successful candidate is expected to develop a robust, innovative, and internationally recognized research program that complements existing expertise in language and culture revitalization; decolonizing methodologies; urban and global/transnational anthropology and mobility studies; social inequality and health; political ecology and development; visual and media anthropology; ethnography, place, and community-engaged research. There is also an expectation for the appointee’s scholarship to be integrated into, and to enhance, the Department’s commitment to diversity as well as current research strengths in the Department, the Faculty, and other Faculties, and to form linkages with existing research centres and institutes, such as the Institute for Community Engaged Research, the Humanities Data Lab, and the Centre for Indigenous Media Arts. The successful candidate will be expected to teach existing introductory and core upper level courses in Anthropology, such as Introduction to Archaeology, History of Anthropological Thought and/or Contemporary Anthropological Theory. This colleague is also expected to provide service that is commensurate with rank.

The Anthropology program is part of the Community, Culture and Global Studies Department, which has an active graduate program, speakers series, and close ties to interdisciplinary research centres and institutes, housed in the Irving K Barber School of Arts and Sciences. The IKBSAS offers both discipline-based and interdisciplinary programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The collegial learning environment focuses on effective teaching, critical and creative scholarship, and the integration of scholarship and teaching. We are committed to an ethos of local involvement, global engagement, and intercultural awareness, and we provide a positive, inclusive, and mutually supportive working and learning environment for all our students, faculty, and staff. To learn about the Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Science, go to http://www.ubc.ca/okanagan/ikbarberschool/welcome.html.

UBC is one of the world’s leading universities, and is consistently ranked in the top 40. The university has two distinct campuses, one in Vancouver and one in Kelowna. UBC’s Okanagan campus, located in the city of Kelowna on unceded Syilx Okanagan territory, has strong undergraduate and graduate programs, with over 9,000 students in seven faculties. There are currently about 450 Aboriginal students on the campus, with nearly a tenth of them studying at the graduate level. Situated in the heart of the Okanagan Valley, one of the most scenic regions in Canada, it offers an intimate learning environment and excellent opportunities for regional, national, and international scholarly activities. For more information about UBC resources and opportunities, please visit http://www.hr.ubc.ca/faculty-staff-resources/. Information about the surrounding community can be found at: http://www.hr.ubc.ca/worklife-relocation/.

How to Apply: To apply for this position please visit the link - http://www.hr.ubc.ca/careers-postings/faculty.php (Job Opening ID#30030 )

  • The deadline for applications is September 14th, 2018. All appointments are subject to budgetary approval. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

University of British Columbia, Okanagan (CAN) - TT Asst. Professor - Linguistic Anthropology - Deadline: 14 Sept. 2018Edit

The Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences (IKBSAS) at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus, invites applications for a tenure-track appointment in Anthropology at the rank of Assistant Professor. The position will be held in the Community, Culture and Global Studies Department (http://www.ubc.ca/okanagan/ccgs/welcome.htmlDocument1), and is expected to start on July 1, 2019.

We are seeking a candidate with scholarly interest and expertise in cultural anthropology with a specialization in linguistic anthropology. An emphasis in one or more of the following areas would be an asset: language and social justice; language and power; writing systems; language revitalization; Indigenous linguistics; digital media linguistic anthropology. An interest in working in an interdisciplinary department consisting of Anthropology, Gender & Women's Studies, Indigenous Studies, and Human Geography is expected.

Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Anthropology or equivalent field by the start of the appointment. Candidates must have a demonstrated record of research productivity; proven ability to obtain external funding in support of a successful program of research; commitment to student mentoring and supervision; demonstrated excellence in undergraduate teaching and learning relative to stage of career, and an interest in graduate teaching and supervision. They are also expected to show evidence of commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion, and the promotion of a respectful, collegial, and conducive learning and working environment.

The successful candidate is expected to develop a robust, innovative, and internationally recognized research program that complements existing expertise in language and culture revitalization; urban and global/transnational anthropology and mobility studies; social inequality and health; political ecology and development; visual and media anthropology; ethnography, place, and community-engaged research. There is also an expectation for the appointee's scholarship to be integrated into, and to enhance, the Department's commitment to diversity as well as current research strengths in the Department, the Faculty, and other Faculties in the areas of linguistic anthropology, and to form linkages with existing research centres and institutes, such as the Institute for Community Engaged Research, the Humanities Data Lab, and the Centre for Indigenous Media Arts. The successful candidate will be expected to teach existing introductory and core upper-level courses in Anthropology, such as ANTH 170 (introduction to linguistic anthropology), ANTH 270 (phonology), and/or ANTH 300 Contemporary Anthropological Theory. This colleague is also expected to provide service that is commensurate with rank.

The Anthropology program is part of the Community, Culture and Global Studies Department, which has an active graduate program, speakers series, and close ties to interdisciplinary research centres and institutes, housed in the Irving K Barber School of Arts and Sciences. The IKBSAS offers both discipline-based and interdisciplinary programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The collegial learning environment focuses on effective teaching, critical and creative scholarship, and the integration of scholarship and teaching. We are committed to an ethos of local involvement, global engagement, and intercultural awareness, and we provide a positive, inclusive, and mutually supportive working and learning environment for all our students, faculty, and staff. To learn about the Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Science, go to http://www.ubc.ca/okanagan/ikbarberschool/welcome.html.

UBC is one of the world's leading universities, and is consistently ranked in the top 40. The university has two distinct campuses, one in Vancouver and one in Kelowna. UBC's Okanagan campus, located in the city of Kelowna on unceded Syilx Okanagan territory, has strong undergraduate and graduate programs, with over 9,000 students in seven faculties. There are currently about 450 Aboriginal students on the campus, with nearly a tenth of them studying at the graduate level. Situated in the heart of the Okanagan Valley, one of the most scenic regions in Canada, it offers an intimate learning environment and excellent opportunities for regional, national, and international scholarly activities. For more information about UBC resources and opportunities, please visit http://www.hr.ubc.ca/faculty-staff-resources/. Information about the surrounding community can be found at: http://www.hr.ubc.ca/worklife-relocation/.

Applicants are asked to submit in Microsoft Word or pdf format: (i) a cover letter, addressed to Dr. Sue Frohlick (Head - Department of Community, Culture, and Global Studies), outlining qualification for the position and fit with the Anthropology program and the IKBSAS; (ii) a curriculum vitae; (iii) a statement of research program (maximum 4 pages); (iv) a statement on teaching philosophy and interests (maximum 2 pages); (v) evidence of teaching effectiveness relative to stage of career (e.g., teaching/course evaluations); (vi) a writing sample, media portfolio, and/or link to sample film or media production; and, (vii) the names of three referees for letters of reference that may be requested.

Inquiries may be directed to Dr. Sue Frohlick at: susan.frohlick@ubc.ca. All correspondence must indicate the competition title (Assistant Professor: Linguistic Anthropology) in the subject line of the e-mail.

University of California, Irvine (CA) - TT Asst. Professor of Criminology, Law and Society - Deadline: 15 Sept. 2018Edit

The Department of Criminology, Law and Society at the University of California, Irvine invites applications for an Assistant Professor. For an appointment at an advanced Assistant Professor rank, evidence of success in securing extramural funding to support research and graduate students is desired.

Candidates must have completed a Ph.D. in a field related to Criminology or Law and Society. The position will begin July 1, 2019 (teaching duties will begin Fall 2019). Applications must be uploaded electronically through the on-line Recruit system: https://recruit.ap.uci.edu/apply/JPF04583

Candidates should submit a letter of interest, a curriculum vitae, statements of research and teaching interests, representative publications, and arrange to have three letters of recommendation uploaded electronically. A separate statement that addresses past and/or potential contributions to diversity, equity and inclusion (e.g. mentoring activities, committee service, research or teaching activities) is also required.

Please direct questions about this position to the chair of the search committee, Professor Simon Cole (scole@uci.edu).

The University of California, Irvine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC nondiscrimination policy.

  • To ensure your application is given full consideration, files should be completed by September 15, 2018. Priority will be given to applications received by that date; however, applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

University of Denver (CO) - TT Asst. Professor of Anthropology - Native American and/or Indigenous Studies - Deadline: 1 Sept. 2018Edit

The Department of Anthropology invites applications for an assistant professor, full-time regular, tenure-track position with an anticipated starting date of September 2019. We seek a candidate with specialization in Native American and/or Indigenous Studies whose work intersects with one or more of the following areas of research and practice: issues of identity, heritage, indigeneity, activism; the impact of globalization on Indigenous communities; urban studies; human rights, including the right to land and resources; indigenous knowledge, epistemologies and decolonizing research methodologies; technology, art, visual, material, and expressive culture. The ideal candidate will work at the intersections of environmental anthropology, and political and legal anthropology. The candidate will be involved in collaborative efforts toward the further development of an interdisciplinary Native American and Indigenous Studies curriculum within the department and the university as a whole. The successful candidate will teach five courses per year over three quarters (autumn, winter, spring). The ideal candidate, in addition to courses in anthropology and her/his area of specialization, should be able to offer courses that are accessible and attractive to undergraduate students who represent a broad range of majors. Lower-level undergraduate courses normally fulfill requirements in the university’s General Education program. Some upper-divisional courses will be open to a mix of advanced undergraduate and entry-level MA students. We are especially interested in courses and pedagogies that are experiential in nature, broadly understood to encompass traditional hands-on learning as well as community-engaged, service learning.

Essential Functions: Teach five courses per year over three quarters (autumn, winter, spring) that reflect candidate’s area of specialization. Teach courses in the University’s General Education program. Contribute to the departments MA programs in cultural anthropology, archaeology, and/or museum and heritage studies. Mentor and advice undergraduate and graduate students. Demonstrated knowledge and ability to work effectively with diverse populations; implementation of inclusive excellence principle in the classroom. Serve as a good academic citizen within the Department of Anthropology, the University of Denver, the profession, and community beyond. Required Qualifications: Ph.D. in Anthropology. Evidence of an active research agenda and a beginning record of scholarly publication. Record of successful teaching experience or other evidence of a commitment to university teaching. Dedication to principles of shared governance: strong faculty involvement in academic planning and decision-making at the department, college, and university level.

Preferred Qualifications: Contribution to compositional and/or intellectual diversity and to the advancement of inclusive excellence through their teaching, research and service. Teaching and research focus on the intersections of race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality, and social location; as well as in indigenous knowledge, epistemologies and decolonizing research methods. Scholarly work at the intersections of environmental anthropology, and political and legal anthropology. Interest in and the ability to teach community engaged and/or service learning courses would be welcomed.

Candidates must apply online through http://www.du.edu/jobs to be considered. Only applications submitted online will be accepted. Once within the job description online, please scroll to the bottom of the page to apply.

  • Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position has been filled. For best consideration, please submit your application materials by 4:00 p.m. (MST) September 1, 2018.

University of Idaho (ID) - TT Asst. Professor of Cultural Anthropology (Native American Cultures of N. America) - Deadline: 30 Sept. 2018Edit

The Department of Sociology & Anthropology at the University of Idaho is seeking a cultural anthropologist for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor who specializes in Native American cultures of the North American region. Successful candidates will contribute to the anthropology program's emphasis on the North American region, the American Indian Studies program, and the undergraduate/graduate core curriculum, including supervising graduate student research, advising and mentoring students, as well as university and department service. The standard teaching load is five courses per year (3/2).

Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D. in cultural anthropology or closely related field. Candidates who are ABD will also be considered as long as all requirements for the Ph.D. are completed prior to the position start date. Courses required to teach: four sub-field introduction to anthropology, peoples of the world, anthropological research methods, and North American Indians. Candidates are also expected to contribute to teaching the Integrated Seminar, a freshmen university general education core requirement Evidence of university teaching experience. Evidence of scholarly potential. An ability to contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community. Participation in university and department service.

Preferred Qualifications: Willingness to develop a local/regional research project that can integrate students. Ability to teach anthropological history and theory. Ability to seek external funding.

To apply, please visit: http://jobs.uidaho.edu

Posting Number: F000705P

Posting Date: 07/18/2018

  • Closing Date: 9/30/2018.

University of Massachusetts Amherst (MA) - TT Assistant Professor of Language, Culture and Health - Deadline: 15 Oct. 2018Edit

The Department of Anthropology at the University of Massachusetts Amherst seeks to hire a scholar at the Assistant Professor level for Fall 2019 with specialization in the study of language and culture in relation to medicine, illness and health. The Department is seeking a linguistic/cultural anthropologist whose qualifications include a broad range of experience in research and teaching to complement our growing program in medical anthropology and global health. Additional qualification of the successful candidate will include evidence of experience in one or more of the following areas: the analysis of linguistic interaction and discourse in the construction of illness narratives and diagnosis, healer-patient interaction, the sociocultural and communicative aspects of pain, suffering, and care; language and power; the intersection of health disparities and racio-linguistic ideologies; and the role of language as it impacts access to care in the globalizing health care industry. In addition to these areas of specialization, the ideal candidate will value and encourage research across the subdisciplines of anthropology and show evidence of success in sponsored research and publications. PhD in Anthropology or closely related field strongly preferred at time of appointment.

The courseload is 2/2 and will include both introductory large lecture courses as well as advanced graduate and undergraduate seminars.

Applicants should submit a cover letter describing their qualifications, a CV and the names and contact info for 3 references to: http://careers.massachusetts.edu/cw/en-us/job/494730?lApplicationSubSourceID=11182.

Inquiries about the position can be addressed to Dr. Elizabeth Krause, Chair of the Search Committee, ekrause@umass.edu.

  • Review of applications begins Oct. 15 and will continue until the position has been filled

University of Northern Iowa (IA) -  TT Assistant Professor - Social Foundations of Education - Deadline: 14 Sep. 2018Edit

Position Description: The University of Northern Iowa's Department of Educational Psychology and Foundations in the College of Education seeks applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Social Foundations of Education. Responsibilities include teaching a capstone course, Schools and American Society, within the educator preparation program; engagement in scholarly activity; and service to the university, college, and department. There is also the potential to teach graduate coursework in the Ed.D. program. The start date will be in August, 2019.

The social foundations faculty are committed to the values of equity, democratic decision-making, and the transformative potential of education in the public realm. With these values in mind, we welcome applicants with research interests that can contribute to the diversity of the department, including but not limited to: critical race theory, cultural studies, decolonial studies, disability studies, educational studies, education policy studies, gender studies, international comparative education, and queer studies.

UNI has a bold vision that we will be a diverse and inclusive campus community that provides an engaged education empowering students to lead locally and globally. We seek faculty across disciplines, departments, and colleges to work together to build our national prominence in any of four distinct but interrelated areas of our vision and strategic plan: engaged learning, diversity and inclusion, sustainability, and community engagement. Successful candidates with background and interest in these areas will form clusters to advance our work, joining current faculty conducting teaching, scholarship, and service in these areas.

Education Requirements: Earned doctorate in social, cultural, or philosophical foundations of education or related field by May 2019 required.

Required Qualifications: Required qualifications include demonstrated expertise in one or more of the following disciplinary fields: anthropology, cultural studies, history, philosophy, political economy, or sociology of education; record of scholarship; dynamic emerging research agenda related to social foundations of education; demonstrated commitment to teaching, scholarship, and community engagement; and a demonstrated ability to teach courses related to history, philosophy, and sociology of education.

  • Deadline: 14 Sep. 2018.

University of Vienna (AUT) - Sociocultural Anthropology of the Global South - Deadline: 15 Oct. 2018Edit

The appointment of particularly qualified researchers to university professors is an important strategy of the University of Vienna. Become part of this vibrant and future-oriented organisation.

At the Faculty of Social Sciences the University of Vienna the position of a University Professor of Sociocultural Anthropology of the Global South (full time, permanent position) is to be filled.

The candidates are expected to have a visible research and publication record engaging with the social processes in the societies of the Global South built upon extensive fieldwork experience; and to be able to represent the discipline of Social and Cultural Anthropology in its entirety in teaching. In addition to an excellent record of refereed publications in scholarly journals and with established academic publishers, the candidates are expected to have a recognized international profile. The candidates’ theoretical and regional focus in research and teaching are expected to complement the department’s research profile.

Successful candidates should have the following qualifications: Doctoral degree/PhD and post-doctoral experience at a university or other research institution; Habilitation (venia docendi) in a subject field relevant to this position or an internationally accepted equivalent qualification is desirable; Extended experience with ethnographic fieldwork; Outstanding scholarly achievements, excellent publication record, international reputation; Experience in designing, procuring and managing large research projects, as well as the willingness and ability to lead research groups; Enthusiasm for excellent teaching, teaching experience at universities as well as the ability and willingness to teach students in all phases of their studies (bachelor's, master's, or doctoral level), to supervise academic theses and to promoting young academic colleagues. The University of Vienna expects the successful candidate to acquire, within three years, proficiency in German sufficient for teaching in bachelor’s programmes and for participation in university committees. In addition, the University of Vienna expects the successful candidate to be prepared to take over responsibility on the organisational level of the Faculty and the University, if necessary.

Applications in English should be submitted by e-mail to the Vice Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Vienna, Univ.-Prof. Hajo Boomgaarden, PhD, Rooseveltplatz 2, A-1090 Wien (dekanat.sowi@univie.ac.at). Reference no.: 490-37

  • The application deadline is 15 October 2018.

University of Vienna (AUT) - Social and Cultural Anthropology with an Emphasis on Religions and Religious Movements - Deadline: 15 Oct. 2018Edit

The appointment of particularly qualified researchers to university professors is an important strategy of the University of Vienna. Become part of this vibrant and future-oriented organisation.

At the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Vienna the position of a University Professor of Social and Cultural Anthropology with an Emphasis on Religions and Religious Movements (full time, permanent position) is to be filled.

The successful candidate must be able to broadly represent the discipline of Social and Cultural Anthropology in teaching. In research, a focus on religions/religious movements is expected. Extensive experience with ethnographic fieldwork within a range of topics from religious rituals and myths to religious movements and the role of religions in globalization processes is a necessity.

Successful candidates should have the following qualifications: A completed doctoral degree/PhD and an outstanding dissertation and Habilitation (venia docendi) or internationally accepted equivalent in Social and Cultural Anthropology; International academic experience and cooperation, preferably also outside of the German-language area; Outstanding achievements in research, excellent publication record, international reputation; Experience in designing, procuring and managing large research projects, as well as the willingness and ability to lead research groups; Enthusiasm for excellent teaching, teaching experience at universities as well as the ability and willingness to teach students in all phases of their studies (bachelor's, master's, or doctoral level), to supervise academic theses and to promoting young academic colleagues.

The University of Vienna expects the successful candidate to acquire, within three years, proficiency in German sufficient for teaching in bachelor’s programmes and for participation in university committees. In addition, the University of Vienna expects the successful candidate to be prepared to take over responsibility on the organisational level of the Faculty and the University, if necessary.

Applications in English should be submitted by e-mail to the Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Vienna, Rooseveltplatz 2/2. Stock, A-1090 Wien (dekanat.sowi@univie.ac.at). Reference no.: 490-38

  • The application deadline is October 15, 2018.

Whitman College (WA) - TT Asst. / Assoc. Professor - Anthropology and Religion (Global Christianity) - Deadline: 15 Oct. 2018Edit

Tenure-track position in Anthropology and Religion, with expertise in Global Christianity, at the rank of assistant or associate professor. Geographical area open. Effective August, 2019. Ph.D. required in Religion or Anthropology, with substantial graduate-level training in both disciplines. The successful candidate will have a joint appointment in the Departments of Anthropology and Religion, and will teach courses in both departments as well as contribute to the College’s general education requirements. The standard annual teaching load is five courses. The College provides a generous sabbatical leave program and professional development support for both research and teaching.

To apply, go to https://whitmanhr.simplehire.com/, click “Faculty” and “Assistant or Associate Professor of Anthropology and Religion (Global Christianity).” The online application will prompt you to submit all of the required materials: a letter of application; separate statements addressing the candidate’s teaching interests and scholarly agenda; curriculum vitae; the contact information for three people who will be contacted for letters of reference; graduate transcripts; and complete sets of teaching evaluations or other evidence of demonstrated or potential excellence in undergraduate instruction. In their application, candidates should address their interest in working at a liberal arts college with undergraduates, majors as well as non-majors, at all levels of instruction. In addition, because Whitman College is committed to cultivating a diverse learning community, applicants should explain how their classroom and scholarly practices will serve to create and sustain an inclusive learning environment. This statement can be included in the cover letter or the teaching statement.

Deadline: October 15, 2018. Preliminary interviews will be held at the annual conferences of the American Anthropological Association and the American Academy of Religion, or by special arrangement.

Questions about the application process or the position should be directed to either Professor Suzanne Morrissey (morrisse@whitman.edu) or Professor Jonathan Walters (walterjs@whitman.edu). No applicant shall be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, sex, gender, religion, age, marital status, national origin, disability, veteran’s status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other basis prohibited by applicable federal, state, or local law. For additional information about Whitman College and the Walla Walla area, see www.whitman.edu and www.wallawalla.org.

  • Deadline: October 15, 2018.

Yale University (CT) - TT Asst. Professor - Sociocultural Anthropologist of Japan - Deadline: 15 Oct. 2018Edit

The Department of Anthropology at Yale University anticipates making a tenure-track appointment in Sociocultural Anthropology, at the Assistant Professor rank, beginning on July 1, 2019.

This search seeks to hire a sociocultural anthropologist with research and teaching interests that complement current departmental strengths, and with an exceptionally promising record of research focused on Japan. Duties will include teaching and advising at both undergraduate and graduate levels, and service contributions to Yale University’s Ph.D. Program in Anthropology, the Council on East Asian Studies, and relevant Yale programs and initiatives extending beyond the Department.

Yale University is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications from women, members of underrepresented minority groups, protected veterans, and persons with disabilities are particularly welcomed.

For questions concerning this search, please contact ann.minton@yale.edu. Do not submit applications, or application materials to this email address. Please submit your application via INTERFOLIO by using this link: https://apply.interfolio.com/52389

  • Applications received by October 15, 2018 will be given priority and review of applications will continue until the search has been completed. Applications should include a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, statements of research and teaching interests, and names and contact information of three references. Letters of recommendation or copies of publications are not required at this stage. Review of applications will begin by October 01, 2018.

Visiting Positions / Limited-Term Appointments / PostdocsEdit

See also: Humanities and Social Sciences Postdocs 2018-2019Edit

DISCUSSIONEdit

Who is on this page for the '18-'19 search?Edit

ABD - Looking for first job / postdoc: 3x

PhD - Looking for first job: 1x

Have a job, looking for new one ...

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visiting assistant professor:
lecturer:
postdoc: 3
tenure track: 6
tenured:
other faculty: (scholar-in-residence)
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dual career:
educ. admin:
post postdoc (unemployed):
research staff:
participant observer (ABD learning the ropes before diving in):
ABD and adjunct at university (not where I'm ABD):

Have a job, not looking for new one (lurking): 1

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