Deadline: October 4
Comments: “Core job responsibilities include developing, planning, and teaching in a summer institute at Tulane on women’s literature; teaching one to two courses per year, in consultation with the English department; and undertaking a research and programming agenda aimed at fostering a culture of women reading women on campus. The Administrative Assistant Professor may lead development of new programming in relationship to research interests – such as a prison literary program or a conference for southern women writers.”
URL: Tulane Women’s Lit job
Deadline: Open until filled (position available immediately)
Length: 3 years
Comments: Required —
— Master’s degree from an accredited institution in History, GLBT Studies or similar field, or an equivalent combination of advanced degree and relevant experience.
— Extensive familiarity with transgender and gender queer experiences, cultures, histories and challenges.
— Strong interpersonal skills, attention to detail and the ability to work well with others in a collaborative setting.
Deadline: November 24
Length: 1 year with possible renewal through 2018
Comments: PhD required. “Candidates will have a PhD in one of the fields represented in the project as well as a strong interest in interdisciplinary, collaborative research. Candidates should have some experience with large research project coordination in a higher education environment and with financial and research grant reporting. The position requires the ability to manage a budget, excellent people skills, advanced oral and written communications skills, and strong organizational skills.” “The project will develop an historical understanding that will also enlighten modern debates about corporeal, sexual, psychological, political and spiritual kinds of transformation.”
Deadline: July 3 (for Autumn 2013 start)
Comments: “The successful candidate will also have a proven record of scholarship and experience working with and engaging a broader local community through outreach activities involving, for example, public history, workshops, or symposia”; there will be a one course reduction for administrative duties
Deadline: March 27
Length: 2 years
Comments: Places recent PhDs in “two-year staff positions at partnering organizations in government and the nonprofit sector”; 20 organizations offering positions, including development associate for the Feminist Press and work on women’s health and reproductive rights for Amnesty International; applicants must “possess U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status*; have a Ph.D. in the humanities or humanistic social sciences conferred between January 2010 and the application deadline; and not have applied to any other ACLS fellowship programs in the 2012-2013 competition year, including the New Faculty Fellows program”
Deadline: Unstated (posted 2/5)
Comments: 40% teaching, 50% program development, 10% other; must have a “Ph.D. in a Humanities, Social Science, or related discipline with significant focus on feminism, gender, and sexuality”
URL: Assoc director job
Deadline: Unstated (posted 12/5)
Comments: “A full-time position that designs, implements, and oversees leadership development, curricular, and co-curricular opportunities that support and enhance undergraduate women’s leadership experience at Tulane University, in the community, and in preparation for their future academic and professional goals”