The Department of History at Columbia University seeks to hire a distinguished scholar at the rank of tenure-track assistant professor in the field of early American History to begin 1 July 2018. The successful candidate will be expected to offer graduate and undergraduate seminars, as well as broad survey classes on Colonial North America.
The successful applicant will show evidence of innovative scholarship and experience with teaching and advising, and have the Ph.D. in hand by 1 July 2018.
Applications must be made through Columbia University's online Recruitment of Academic Personnel System (RAPS):
and should include a letter of interest, CV, writing sample, and three letters of reference. Review of applications will begin on 1 October 2017 and will continue until the position is filled.
Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer--Race/Gender/Disability/Veteran.
The Department of Sociology at University of Toronto Mississauga within the University ofThe Department of Sociology at University of Toronto Mississauga within the University ofToronto invites applications for one (1) full-time tenure-stream appointment at the rank ofAssistant Professor in Indigenous Studies. The appointment will begin July 1, 2018.
Successful candidates should have a Ph.D. in Sociology, Criminology, Law & Society orrelated field by the date of the appointment or shortly thereafter. The successful candidate’sresearch agenda will fall within the field of Indigenous Studies, with a particular focus on theexperiences of Indigenous peoples in Canada. The successful candidate’s record ofresearch, teaching and service should demonstrate an understanding of Indigenousknowledges, methodologies, epistemologies and pedagogies.
The successful candidate willdo research that draws on decolonizing and other indigenous perspectives and that isinformed by a long-term engagement with Indigenous communities, organizations andinstitutions.The successful candidate will show an emerging record of excellence in researchdemonstrated by: 1) a record of creative and professional work that engages with collaborative/collective knowledge building with Indigenous communities, both within andbeyond the university in various public fora, 2) impactful publications in venues important tothe field of Indigenous Studies (including academic journals, edited volumes andmonographs with academic and other presses, and relevant other outlets), 3) participationin professional and other associations and organizations critical to the production anddissemination of Indigenous knowledges, 4) a commitment to obtain fellowship and/or grantfunding from competitive funding sources, and 5) strong endorsements by referees.
The successful candidate will also have a demonstrated ability to develop an excellent teachingprogram informed by Indigenous pedagogies and be a strong mentor at the undergraduateand graduate level. We are particularly interested in candidates who want to participate inincreasing Indigenous knowledges, epistemologies, and methodologies throughout thedepartment and University. Evidence of excellence in teaching will be demonstrated throughteaching accomplishments, letters of reference, and the teaching dossier outlining ateaching philosophy and approaches to knowledge building submitted as part of theapplication. Finally, the successful candidate must have a proven record of activities thatcontribute to equity and diversity across different communities.
The successful candidate will teach in the undergraduate program at the University ofToronto Mississauga and be part of a cross-departmental effort to seed an IndigenousStudies center at UTM. They will also be a member of the Graduate Department of Sociology, University of Toronto. The University of Toronto Graduate Program in Sociologyis a tri-campus program, staffed by faculty from the University’s three campuses, andhoused at the St. George (downtown) campus. There are also a range of opportunities foraffiliation and engagement with a range of institutions at the University of Toronto, including,but not limited to, Centre for Indigenous Studies, the Centre of Criminology and Socio-LegalStudies, and the Centre for Transnational and Diaspora Studies. The successful candidatewill join a lively intellectual community of world-class scholars at Canada’s leadinguniversity. The University of Toronto offers a wide range of opportunities for collaborativeand interdisciplinary research and teaching, and the excitement of working with a highlydiverse student population in a context that actively encourages innovative scholarship. The Greater Toronto Area offers amazing cultural and demographic diversity, including a vibrantIndigenous community, and one of the highest standards of living in the world.
Salary is commensurate with qualification and experience.
Submission guidelines can be found at: http://careers.hrandequity.utoronto.ca/taleo-help/.Please submit attachments in PDF format only and label each file accordingly as coverletter, CV, or teaching dossier.
The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community andespecially welcomes applications from racialized persons/persons of colour, women,Indigenous/Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons,and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.
As part of your application, you will be asked to complete a brief Diversity Survey. Thissurvey is voluntary. Any information directly related to you is confidential and cannot beaccessed by search committees or human resources staff. Results will be aggregatedfor institutional planning purposes. For more information, please see http://uoft.me/UPAll
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanentresidents will be given priority. Click here to apply: https://utoronto.taleo.net/careersection/10050/jobdetail.ftl?job=1701318
Contact: Tynisha Rue
Institution: Barnard College
Address: 3009 Broadway, New York NY 10027
web address: religion.barnard.edu
The Religion Department at Barnard seeks applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in indigenous religions. The ideal candidate will be a specialist in Native American or First Nations religion, or in indigenous religions in the Americas. The successful candidate will bring methodological diversity to the department, which currently emphasizes literary, historical, and legal studies of religion. We would particularly welcome a colleague with expertise in ethnographic and/or fieldwork approaches. The successful candidate will also be conversant in the broad questions that animate the academic study of religion, including theoretical and comparative concerns. All members of the Barnard Religion Department participate in one or more of the College’s interdisciplinary undergraduate programs as well as the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Columbia University.
Complete applications should include a cover letter addressing research interests and teaching philosophy; a current c.v., a short writing sample (e.g., a published article, a dissertation chapter, or the like no more than 40 pages in length); representative teaching evaluations (if available); and three confidential letters of recommendation. A serious research program is essential, as is evidence of teaching excellence.
The search committee will begin reviewing applications on October 1, 2017. Please submit applications via the Barnard College faculty positions portal at https://careers.barnard.edu/postings/2935, and referees will be prompted to submit their letters directly via the same portal.
Barnard College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Barnard does not discriminate due to race, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital or parental status, national origin, ethnicity, citizenship status, veteran or military status, age, disability, or any other legally protected basis, and to the extent permitted by law. Qualified candidates of diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds are encouraged to apply for vacant positions at all levels.
Wake Forest University seeks a tenure-track assistant professor of mid-19th century United States history, particularly the era of the Civil War, for appointment beginning July 2018. The teaching and research portfolio for this position includes the period from 1830 to 1877, comprising the Jacksonian era, slavery, the sectional crisis, Civil War, emancipation, and reconstruction. The teaching of an introductory-level World Civilizations course is required. Excellent teaching of undergraduates and high-quality scholarship are central to Wake Forest’s mission. We expect candidates will have Ph.D. in hand by July 2018.
In order to provide a safe and productive learning and living community, Wake Forest University conducts background investigations for all final faculty candidates being considered for employment. Wake Forest University welcomes and encourages diversity and inclusion and seeks applications from women and members of underrepresented groups. It seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce to maintain the excellence of the University. AA/EOE
Assistant Professor: Sociology of Indigenous Peoples (tenure-track)
Deadline Sept 15, 2017 (Begins July 1, 2018)
The Department of Sociology in the Faculty of Arts at the University of British Columbia (Vancouver) invites applications for a tenure-stream faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning July 1, 2018. The candidate will have a record of demonstrated excellence or exceptional promise in research and teaching in the Sociology of Indigenous Peoples. The Department is especially interested in attracting candidates with diverse backgrounds and interests who will be capable of successfully working with a multicultural and multiethnic student population and who are committed to working with indigenous students and communities. We encourage all qualified candidates, particularly Indigenous scholars, to apply. Visit soci.ubc.ca for information about the Department.
We expect applicants to have a Ph.D. in sociology or cognate discipline at the time of appointment and demonstrate a record of excellent research and teaching. Applicants who have progressed to the point where completion of the Ph.D. is imminent and who demonstrate clear promise of excellent research and teaching may also be considered.
We ask interested individuals to submit a CV; a cover letter describing their interest in the position and fit with the department; a 1-2 page teaching statement accompanied by evidence of teaching effectiveness; a 1-2 page research statement; a 1 page statement identifying the applicant’s contributions, or potential contributions, to diversity, along with their ability to work with a culturally diverse student body.
Applications should be submitted online by September 15, 2017 at the UBC Faculty Careers website (www.facultycareers.ubc.ca/27147). Please be prepared to upload application materials in the order noted above. Please also have three referees send confidential supporting letters by the same deadline via email to soci.head(at)ubc.ca with the applicant’s name in the subject line. Review of applications will begin after the closing date and will continue until the position is filled. Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Vancouver is routinely ranked among the top five most livable cities in the world. It is renowned for its mild year-round climate, unique urban design, emphasis on the environment and sustainability, low crime rates, cultural and cosmopolitan offerings, ethnic diversity, and spectacular natural beauty set among the coastal mountains and the Pacific Ocean. As the major public research university in western Canada, the University of British Columbia is also a globally acclaimed institution that ranks among the top thirty universities in the world. We rank in the top two Sociology departments in Canada.
Equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence. An open and diverse community fosters the inclusion of voices that have been underrepresented or discouraged. We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds enumerated under the B.C. Human Rights Code, including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Métis, Inuit, or Indigenous person. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.