Monthly Archives: April 2014

Rhodes College Assistant Professorship in New Testament/Early Christianity

Deadline: Review begins immediately (posted on HigherEd 4/25)

Length: 2 years

Comments: “We encourage applications from individuals whose interests go beyond traditional disciplinary boundaries, in particular from candidates who can contribute to programs such as Africana Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, and Environmental Studies.



Colorado State-Pueblo Visiting Assistant Professorship in Sociology

Deadline: Open until filled

Length: Unstated

Comments: “Full-time Teaching: Possible courses include Introduction to Sociology, Social Psychology, Self & Society, Gender & Society, Penology, Race and Crime, Mental Health & Suicide, Health, Culture & Society, and Poverty. ”


University of Richmond Assistant Professorship in British History

Deadline: November 1, 2014

Length: Tenure-track (to begin Fall 2015)

Comments: “We seek an historian of modern Britain with the capacity to teach courses about Britain and its citizens/residents as international actors, engaged in relations with other nations and peoples, whether politically or otherwise, whether formally or informally.” “the appointee will be expected to contribute to the general education program, teach advanced courses in the field, and participate, as appropriate, in related interdisciplinary programs (e.g., International Studies; Environmental Studies;  Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies).”



Cornell Avon Global Center for Women & Justice Fellowship

Deadline: May 1

Length: 1 year with possible renewal

Comments: Must have JD or LLM; “The Center’s initiatives focus on advancing access to justice and the international rule of law, with an emphasis on defending the human rights of women and girls.”


University of Belfast Research Fellowship in Improvisation and Child Protection

Deadline: Interviews begin May 19

Length: 12 months

Comments: 80% full time. PhD in Music. “To be an active member of the research project/team interrogating the possibility of transposing the ‘language’ of musical improvisation, that is, its discourses, practices and pedagogies, into the ‘key’ or discipline of law, specifically Northern Irish child
protection law, the aim being for academics and practitioners of musical improvisation and law to develop a shared language and
exchange knowledge and ideas that will ultimately lead to better decision-making in both areas.”


See: Improvisation job