Category Archives: August 2015 deadline

Clayton State University Temporary Lectureship in Women’s and Gender Studies/Sociology

Deadline: August 1 (for August 2015 start)

Length: 1 year

Comments: “We are seeking a well-rounded person with a specialization in Gender Studies (to include masculinities), race/ethnicity in the U.S., and/or Women’s Studies in global context.”


Kent State University Assistant Professorship in Pan-Aftrican Theatre

Deadline: August 10 (for August 2015 start)

Length: Tenure-track

Comments: “We seek candidates who are able to teach Pan-African theatre with a minor in the Caribbean and Latin American and who creative work addresses issues of race, gender, sexuality and class in relation to people and cultures of [African] descent.”


Bogazici University Assistant Professorship in Early Modern Ottoman History

Deadline: August 1

Length: Apparently tenure-track

Comments:”Preference will be given to candidates with a research focus on gender studies, legal or socio-economic history and with a strong interest in translocal/global perspectives.  Candidates who can teach a broader range of courses on Iranian, Middle Eastern or Mediterranean history are encouraged to apply. Skills in teaching quantitative and/or digital history methods are a plus.”


Humboldt University-Berlin Postdoctoral Fellowship — Work and Lifecycle in Global History

Deadline: August 31
Length: 10 months (Oct. 2016-Jul. 2017); “Shorter fellowship terms will be possible”
Comments: “We welcome candidates from various disciplines including history, anthropology, law, sociology, political sciences, geography, economics, and area studies. Applicants should be at the postdoctoral level or senior scholars. We would like the proposed projects to employ a historical and transregional perspective. Applications should ideally focus on work / labour in relation to changing patterns of life course. Possible topic areas are, among others, the household, loss of work, the relationship between work and non-work, work and gender, free and unfree labour.”