Category Archives: June 2015 deadline

University of New Mexico Lectureship in Africana Studies

Deadline: June 16

Length: Unstated

Comments: Should have “Background in teaching courses in a higher education setting in topics including, but not limited to African American Education, Critical Race Theory, and Black Womanism . . . [and] background in teaching courses in a higher education setting in topics including, but not limited to anti-Black racial ideology, global perspective on race, and Blacks in Latin America;”


Bowling Green State University Instructorship in Ethnic Studies

Deadline: June 19 (Autumn 2015 start date)

Length: 1 year with possibility of renewal

Comments: ” Duties include teaching general education courses in the department including Introduction to Ethnic Studies (ETHN 1010), upper-division courses such as Race, Representation, and Culture (ETHN 3030), and cross-listed courses such as Women of Color in the United States (ETHN/WS 3050).”


New York University Faculty Fellowships in English

Deadline: June 10

Length: 1 year

Comments: 2 positions. “The first position is for a scholar working in Human Rights in relation to any field of literary study. This includes work on theoretical, literary, and cultural texts and documents related to human rights. Scholars working on questions of political theory, diaspora, and economic, cultural, ethnic, sexuality, and gender rights are strongly invited to apply. The second position is for a scholar working on indigeneity in Anglophone and vernacular literatures, irrespective of region and period. Scholars working on questions including but not limited to literature and social movements; Indigenous critical theory; comparative indigeneity; language rights and revitalization are strongly invited to apply.”


Ohio University Visiting Assistant Professorship in Film Studies

Deadline: June 3

Length: 1 year, renewable for up to 3

Comments: “Preference will be given to scholars in international film, global cinema, gender and sexuality studies, or critical race studies.”