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Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled (posted Oct 11 2023). Assistant/Associate Professor in American Literature, TCU.

The Department of English at Texas Christian University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position in American literature at the rank of assistant or associate professor to begin in August 2024. We welcome candidates with a specialization in American literature to contribute to our undergraduate and graduate curriculum and to actively mentor and direct graduate students. Candidates with expertise in teaching and researching in areas with important social implications such as environmental studies (including from Indigenous perspectives), multiethnic literatures (especially Asian American), or law and literature are especially encouraged to apply. We see this position as building on recent hiring in the English department in decolonial and anti-racist pedagogies and practices as well as a recent cluster hire in research related to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the AddRan College of Liberal Arts.

The position carries a 3/2 teaching load (with a one course reduction for two years if pre-tenure), a competitive salary, and internal research support. In addition to teaching duties, the successful candidate will mentor undergraduate and graduate students, carry out a scholarly research agenda, and contribute service and leadership at the department and university levels.

Diversity, equity, and inclusion are central to our students’ liberal arts education and strongly held as central to our mission at Texas Christian University. Candidates who are intent on deepening this mission and whose work explores power, identity, and marginalization are encouraged to apply. We seek a colleague who views teaching, scholarship and community involvement as interwoven and inspiring endeavors.

Required Qualifications:
• PhD in English or a related interdisciplinary field
• Evidence of or potential for effective teaching at the undergraduate level
• Evidence of or potential for academic research leading to publication and presentation in the field of interdisciplinary American literary studies
• Demonstrated commitment to working successfully with a diverse student population

Preferred Qualifications:
• Experience teaching and mentoring graduate students
• Demonstrated evidence of effective teaching at the undergraduate level
• Record of publication and presentation in the field of interdisciplinary American literary studies
• Evidence of or potential for community-engaged scholarship and/or teaching

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. A complete application will include the following:
• A letter of application addressing the position’s indicated area(s) of expertise and specific interest in working at Texas Christian University
• A CV
• Scholarly writing sample (up to 20 pages)
• Statement of teaching philosophy

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Review of applications will begin on October 15, and will continue until the position is filled. Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Creative Writing, Berry College.

The Department of English, Rhetoric and Writing at Berry College invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in creative writing with expertise in fiction. In addition to traditional genres of fiction, the ideal candidate will be versatile in other narrative genres in print and/or digital environments which may include graphic novels/memoirs, speculative fiction, young adult literature, and/or screenwriting. Through courses integrating artistic practice, literary study, practical experience, and community engagement, this position will contribute to the program’s efforts to advance Berry’s mission to graduate students with the knowledge, experience, character, and passion to improve the communities in which they live, work and serve.

The successful candidate will join a vibrant, engaging department with steady student enrollment in both our creative writing and literature majors. We seek candidates who demonstrate aptitude and enthusiasm for teaching in a liberal arts environment, and a commitment to mentoring and guiding students. We are especially interested in candidates whose teaching and creative publications are aligned with and will advance Berry’s culture of diversity and belonging. There are multiple opportunities in and out of the classroom for our faculty to develop meaningful mentoring relationships with our students while fostering their development as student assistants through the college’s LifeWorks program, guiding them in undergraduate creative projects and Honors theses, and coaching them in the development of their capstone portfolios.

Responsibilities will include courses in introduction to creative writing and advanced courses in fiction as well as two experiential 400-level courses: Writing about Place and Writing and Community. A commitment to teaching first-year writing is also required. This person will also help recruit visiting writers for the department’s Creative Writing Reading Series, facilitating interactions between our students and a range of successful, published writers. Faculty at Berry have access to a wide range of professional development opportunities, including summer research/writing grants and generous support for conference travel as well as for teaching workshops and seminars.

Applicants should hold an MFA and/or a Ph.D. in creative writing. ABD candidates near completion will be considered. Applicants should submit a letter of application describing the candidate’s interest in this position, commitment to the Berry mission and to inclusive teaching and learning; a curriculum vitae; a teaching statement that should articulate the candidate’s teaching approach, experience, and goals; a statement of research plans; unofficial undergraduate and graduate transcripts; and names and contact information of three references. Specific questions about the position may be sent directly to the chair of the search committee, Dr. Sandra Meek at Read more and apply:

Review of application materials will begin on October 15, 2023 and will continue until the position is filled. Program Director and Associate/Full Professor of Environmental Studies, Carleton College (MN).

Sustainability and environmental justice are core values of Carleton College. Our efforts to live fully into these values will mean that enhancing the Environmental Studies Program will be central to our next strategic plan. In this light, the Environmental Studies Program at Carleton College invites applications for a program director and tenured professor in Environmental Justice to begin September 1, 2024. We are particularly interested in scholars who utilize interdisciplinary research methodologies that combine humanistic, social science, and scientific approaches in their work and teaching. Preference will be given to candidates who can teach courses focused on the United States with interests that also reach beyond the US in comparative, thematic, or global contexts. We welcome applications from all disciplines that contribute to the field of environmental justice. We are a community of scholars committed to the goals of excellence in undergraduate education, research, collegiality, and in building a more socially just, diverse, inclusive, and equitable society in all of our endeavors. We seek candidates who share these values and commitments.  We are developing our faculty to better reflect the diversity of our student body and American society. Women and members of underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

The successful candidate will join a vibrant college community and a growing Environmental Studies Program. We seek an innovative leader and scholar who can serve as the next program director and who is willing to collaborate with program faculty to create and carry out a unified vision for our program. Teaching responsibilities will include an environmental justice survey course, more specialized courses and upper-level seminars in the field of environmental justice, a course on US environmental policy, and the supervision of senior thesis projects. We also anticipate that the successful candidate will be part of a rotation of faculty members that teach our research methods and senior seminar courses, which are both required for all Environmental Studies majors.  For further information about our Environmental Studies Program, please visit our website at

Carleton is a highly selective liberal arts college with a student body of approximately 2,000.  Located in the historic and thriving town of Northfield, Minnesota, we are forty-five miles south of the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, whose greater metro area has a diverse population of three million people and a rich variety of cultural resources. Our academic year consists of three ten-week terms.

To apply for this position, candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, a statement addressing the candidate’s scholarly agenda, and a statement addressing the candidate’s teaching philosophy (including specific attention to addressing issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the classroom). Short-listed candidates will be asked for additional materials including the names and contact information of three references. These materials should be submitted at

Applications must be received by October 15, 2023 for priority review. Assistant Professor of Environmental History, University of Idaho.

The Department of History at the University of Idaho is seeking a tenure-track assistant professor of North American environmental history with expertise in the histories of water and Indigenous knowledge and practice. We are particularly interested in candidates with research interests focused on the Pacific Northwest. This position would contribute to the curriculum with courses on American environmental history, Indigenous history, and broader North American history courses. Expertise in public history, material culture studies, cultural heritage management, or other forms of community engagement is also preferred.

Candidates are expected to show a strong potential for excellence in research and teaching, and should have a Ph.D. in history, public history, appropriate interdisciplinary or cultural studies programs, or other related fields by start date of appointment. ABDs close to completion are welcome to apply. The successful candidate is expected to actively engage with project participants and stakeholders on the National Science Foundation EPSCoR funded I-CREWS project through July 2028.  Read more and apply.

Required Qualifications

  • Ph.D. in history, public history, appropriate interdisciplinary or cultural studies programs, or other related fields;
  • Prior teaching experience at the undergraduate and/or graduate level;
  • Expertise in American environmental history

Preferred Qualifications

  • Demonstrated research potential;
  • Demonstrated commitment to interdisciplinary research and collaboration;
  • Experience with public history or community outreach;
  • Expertise in histories of water;
  • Expertise in Indigenous histories;
  • Expertise in Pacific Northwest studies

Review of applications will begin October 15, 2023, and continue until the position is filled. Assistant Professor – Visual Culture Studies, Dept. of African and African Diaspora Studies, University of Texas – Austin.

The Department of African and African Diaspora Studies at The University of Texas at Austin invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor with expertise in the areas of visual culture and art history with research focusing on gender, sexuality, race, and power. Applications from affiliated disciplines are welcome. The specializations might include (but are not limited to) visual or material culture, museum studies and cultural studies, anthropology and media studies across Africa, Latin America, Oceania, or Asia; the arts of the Black Atlantic and African Diasporas; or trans-Asian cinema.

We are particularly interested in applicants whose research, teaching, and scholarship engage in artistic and humanistic inquiry into Black communities, emphasizing visual art and culture as they relate to gender, sexuality, race, and power. The ability to situate these interests within a global context is desirable. Desired candidates will have an emerging research record relating to visual culture and art history at the intersection of gender, sexuality, race, and power articulated within Africa and the African Diaspora. A successful candidate will help expand curricular offerings, promote Black Studies, and participate in an increasing intellectual community across disciplines.

Applicants must hold a Ph.D. for appointment as an Assistant Professor or expect to obtain it within a year of joining the faculty as an Instructor. Preference is for a Ph.D. in African and African Diaspora Studies or a Black Studies equivalent. Applicants holding a Ph.D. in a traditional discipline or interdisciplinary field must have a record or trajectory of research on the visual culture of people of African descent. Preferred qualifications also include a solid and ongoing history of research, publication, and teaching on gender, sex/sexuality, race, and power articulated within Africa and the African Diaspora.

Review of applications will begin October 15, 2023, and continue until the position is filled. Please submit a cover letter, a list of at least three references, a sample of scholarly writing (30 pages maximum length), and a curriculum vitae to the following link:

Review of applications begins on October 30, 2023. Assistant or Associate Professor of Sexuality Studies, Rice University (Houston, TX).

The Department of English at Rice University, in collaboration with the Center for the Study of Women, Gender and Sexuality (CSWGS), seeks to hire an assistant professor or associate professor of Sexuality Studies in literature and media of the twentieth century, with special emphasis on intersectional and historically-informed approaches.

The tenure line is housed in the Department of English. The position has a 2/2 teaching load with teaching obligations shared equally between English and CSWGS (including at least 1 undergraduate or graduate core course for CSWGS every 3 years).

We seek outstanding applicants working within the field of Sexuality Studies and particularly welcome scholars specializing in one or more of the following areas: race, ethnicity, feminist theory, LGBTQ and trans* studies, media studies, environmental studies, medical humanities, digital humanities, science and technology studies. Successful candidates will demonstrate evidence of a strong research and teaching portfolio, and a commitment to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion. The 2/2 teaching load includes instruction in both the undergraduate and graduate curricula. The University expects faculty members to maintain an active program of scholarly research and publication and to contribute service to the Department, University, and profession.

Applicants must have a Ph.D. in English or a related field by no later than July 1, 2024, and evidence of effective writing and teaching. Applications should include a cover letter detailing research interests and teaching experience, a curriculum vitae, 2 writing samples (max. 25 pp. each), diversity statement, and 3 letters of recommendation. Finalists will also be asked for teaching evaluations (if available). The Department is keenly interested in diversifying its faculty and encourages applications from diverse candidates, including from women and minorities. Applications must be submitted online via Interfolio. We will begin reviewing applications on October 30, 2023. The position will remain open until filled. Only complete applications will be considered. Initial interviews will be conducted via Zoom or Teams in December.  Read more and apply:

Review of applications will begin on October 31, 2023. Assistant Professor of German with EH expertise, Dartmouth College.

The Department of German Studies at Dartmouth College invites applications for a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor, to begin on July 1, 2024. Preferred areas of expertise are Environmental Humanities, Black German Studies, or both. Topics of emphasis might include, but are not limited to: Ecocriticism, Migration and Diaspora Studies, Black Ecologies, Anthropocene Studies, Animal Studies, Queer Studies, and/or Posthumanism. In addition to specialized courses in both German and English, the person in this position will teach German language and culture courses on all levels and periodically direct our study-abroad programs in Berlin, including Language Study Abroad programs, our joint German-Engineering “Green City” Foreign Study Program, and our joint German-Jewish Studies “Migration and Memory” Foreign Study Program. Qualified candidates should have fluency in German and English, a Ph.D. in German, German Studies, or a closely related field by the date of their appointment, promise of significant scholarly accomplishment, a strong teaching record, and enthusiasm for undergraduate teaching. For a complete position description, visit Interfolio ( 

Apply by Wednesday, Nov 1, 2023 at 11:59pm (Pacific Time). Postdoctoral Scholar in Climate Communications and Environmental Justice, UC Irvine.

The University of California Humanities Research Institute (UCHRI) seeks a Postdoctoral Scholar in Climate Communications and Environmental Justice. Located on the UC Irvine campus, UCHRI is the systemwide organization serving all 10 campuses in the UC system. The Postdoctoral Scholar will work in close collaboration with UCHRI personnel, School of Humanities partners, UC project scientists, and community groups as part of the Wildland-Urban Interface Climate Action Network (WUICAN). This position will engage in applied research and research-driven programming in the area of climate communications and environmental justice. 

This full-time two-year appointment may begin as early as December 1, 2023. To review the full job posting and for application information:

For full consideration, applications must be received by November 1, 2023. Assistant Professor of Department of Environmental Studies, University of Portland.

The University of Portland invites applications for a tenure-track position of Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Studies to begin August 15, 2024. The Environmental Studies department is a transdisciplinary department, offering a B.S. in environmental science and a B.A. in environmental ethics and policy. We are looking for a scholar to join our department who is either a physical/ natural scientist or social scientist with a background (master’s degree) in science. Our curriculum is designed to give students a broad sense of both the scientific and ethical implications surrounding environmental issues. The B.S. track leads to a degree in environmental science, a broadly conceived course of study that involves biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, and computer science, along with a strong foundation in the social sciences and humanities. The B.A. track leads to a degree in environmental ethics and policy, which combines a background in science with a discourse that centers on philosophy, theology, ethics, political science, and other fields. The environmental studies program is committed to diversifying our curriculum and our faculty; we have recently added a course in environmental justice. We are also committed to actively recruiting underrepresented students in research and we participate in a transparent, application-based hiring process for undergraduate research assistants. UP has a robust program in Environmental Studies and the candidate will play a role in shaping the development of the program and its students. More information is available at


  • PhD in Environmental Studies (or a related field); we will consider candidates who have achieved ABD status and who will complete their degree by August 1, 2024
  • Demonstrated effectiveness in inclusive and student-centered teaching
  • Record of peer-reviewed publication with at least one accepted publication
  • Evidence of commitment to engage undergraduates in a productive, peer-reviewed research program that can reasonably be supported at the University of Portland
  • Interest in environmental policy applications or human-environment interactions
  • Interest in teaching an interdisciplinary Environmental Studies course at either the introductory or capstone level; interest in teaching an applied (e.g., lab) course
  • Demonstrated lived experience, knowledge, skills, and/or success in diversity, equity, and inclusion work within or transferable to higher education
  • Commitment to collegial collaboration (e.g., teaching, research, or service) both within the department and across the University

For full consideration, applications must be received by November 1, 2023. While applications may be accepted after this date, it is not guaranteed that they will be considered. Read more and apply:

Application Deadline: November 4, 2023. Folklore and Environmental Humanities Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

The Department of American Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill seeks a Folklorist whose scholarship/engagement focuses on the links between expressive culture and environmental and community sustainability for a tenure-track Assistant Professorship. We seek a scholar with focused Folklore training who can also teach broadly in environmental humanities, addressing such issues as climate change, environmental justice, climate migration, and the complexities of cultural sustainability. Candidates must have a PhD (preferably in Folklore) at the time of appointment. The candidate will serve as a core member of UNC’s graduate Folklore Program and will also hold an adjunct appointment in the Environment, Ecology and Energy Program (E3P), for which they will lead the development of an Environmental Humanities minor. Half of the selected candidate’s courses within an academic-year 2/2 teaching schedule will contribute to this newly developed E3P minor. Read more and apply:

Priority will be given to applications received on or before November 6, 2023. Review of applications will commence immediately. Assistant Teaching Professor in Environmental Humanities (Teaching Track), Steinbrenner Institute for Environmental Education & Research, Carnegie Mellon University.

Carnegie Mellon University’s Steinbrenner Institute for Environmental Education and Research, home of the undergraduate interdisciplinary Program in Environmental and Sustainability Studies, invites applications for a full-time teaching-track Assistant Professor in Environmental Humanities. This is a career non-tenure track position with opportunity for promotion. See: Appointments — Teaching Track – University Policies

Teachers and scholars engaged in a broad range of Environmental Humanities are encouraged to apply. Candidates should identify ways their teaching emphasizes:

  • Classroom engagement with discourses and debates in the Environmental Humanities, presented in a way that is accessible to students from all majors and backgrounds (including students from Humanities, Arts, STEM, Business, and other fields) with no prerequisites required; develops insight among students about each others’ disciplinary perspectives
  • Critical reading, writing, and discussion practices for undergraduate students, with a goal of acquiring and strengthening Humanities-related skills
  • Interdisciplinary communication and/or interdisciplinary collaboration, particularly among disciplines related to Environmental and Sustainability Studies
  • Environmental Justice as a core set of principles for teaching and research
  • Advantages of Humanities skills for academic, professional, and civic contexts
  • Relevance of the candidate’s research experience for enriching and guiding undergraduate coursework, advising, and capstone projects

We welcome applications from Humanities-centric teachers and scholars with a range of disciplinary backgrounds including, but not limited to: History, Sociology, Anthropology, Literatures and Languages, Philosophy, Science and Technology Studies, American Studies, Area Studies, Geography, Ethnic Studies, and interdisciplinary Environmental and Sustainability Studies.

In addition to teaching courses in Environmental Humanities, a successful candidate will advise undergraduates on interdisciplinary pathways for completion of the Minor or Additional Major in Environmental and Sustainability Studies. A normal teaching load for teaching-track faculty would be 3/2. For this position, approximately 1 course per semester is replaced with one-on-one advising of students in the program. The program includes a Minor and an Additional Major in Environmental and Sustainability Studies. Thus, the candidate will teach courses on a 2 + 1 / 1 + 1 semester load: 3 courses per year, plus the equivalent of 2 courses in advising per year.    Read more and apply:

The review process will begin on November 6, 2023 and will continue until the position is filled. Assistant Professor of Multicultural Literature, Grand Valley State University (MI)

 Summary: The English Department seeks an assistant professor, full-time, 9-month, tenure-track to start August 6, 2024, specializing in the field of American literature with a secondary area of interest in the digital humanities. The teaching load is three courses per semester. This position is part of a cohort hire of scholars devoted to innovative curricular and multidisciplinary research initiatives. The successful candidate will be a tenure-track faculty member in the English department. They will be expected to collaborate with humanities teacher-scholars, writers, and artists/designers in CLAS and in other parts of the university to explore the relationships between human communities and the technologies and environments that influence them.

Required Qualifications and Education:

  • D. in English with a focus in Multicultural American literature (historical period is open) and Digital Humanities; ABD candidates will be considered for a two-year contract with the provision that the Ph.D. must be completed by December 2025.
  • Potential for successful college-level teaching and research.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills, such as the ability to interact with others with respect, empathy, and cultural humility.
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and access. This could include experience using inclusive teaching practices; research relating to minoritized populations or social inequality; community-based outreach to minoritized and underserved communities; and other forms of DEI-infused teaching, scholarship, and/or service.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Candidates whose research portfolios demonstrate public-facing or community-engaged scholarship, multidisciplinary collaboration, and/or a demonstrated environmental humanities background are especially encouraged to apply.
  • The ideal candidate would have research and teaching interests with the potential to engage the West Michigan community.

Responsibilities: Duties each semester include a 9-credit hour teaching load, baseline scholarship and service, and a significant focus (equivalent to 3 credit hours) of additional responsibilities in teaching, scholarship/creative activity, and/or service depending on the candidate’s interests and the department’s needs. In addition to creating a curriculum directly connected to their scholarly interest, the candidate is expected to teach surveys in American literature, foundational courses in genre and approaches to critical theory. The candidate must show willingness to collaborate with colleagues within the department, in other departments in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS), or in other Grand Valley State University (GVSU) colleges.

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Deadline for Applications: November 15, 2023. Assistant or Associate Professor of Environmental Studies, Rice University, Center for Environmental Studies.

The Center for Environmental Studies seeks to hire an Assistant or Associate Professor of Environmental Humanities, drawn from any field within the humanities and arts and with a specific focus on Environmental Justice. Responsibilities would split between a home department in the School of Humanities and the rapidly growing Environmental Studies (ENST) curriculum, which is situated in the Center for Environmental Studies in the schools of Humanities and Architecture and which supports a broad range of multidisciplinary inquiries into environmental issues, emphasizes arts engagement and community engagement, and generates collaborations across the university and with partners outside of it.

This faculty member would join Rice’s thriving humanities and arts undergraduate and graduate programs and its robust interdisciplinary endeavors including Medical Humanities; the Center for African and African-American Studies; Politics, Law, and Social Thought; Science and Technology Studies; and the Center for the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality. Rice University has a semester-based teaching schedule with a 2-2 teaching load and teaching will be split between the candidate’s primary department and the Program in Environmental Studies. In addition to teaching 4 courses a year, the university expects faculty members to maintain an active program of scholarly research and publication and to contribute service to the department, university, and profession.

Candidates must have a PhD or appropriate terminal degree in the humanities or arts or a related field by July 1, 2024. Review of applications will start Oct 15 and will continue until the position is filled. Application materials must include a letter of application, CV, teaching statement, three letters of recommendation, diversity statement, and a writing sample of approximately twenty pages or a creative work sample. Applications must be submitted online via Interfolio. Finalists will also be asked for teaching evaluations (if available).

Rice University is located in Houston, Texas. The city is amongst the most vibrant and diverse in the country. Rice is a comprehensive and highly selective private research university located in the heart of Houston’s dynamic museum district and adjacent to the Texas Medical Center. It offers undergraduate and graduate degrees across eight schools and has a student body of ca. 4000 undergraduates and ca. 4000 graduate students. Rice ranks no. 14 among national universities and third in undergraduate teaching (2018 US News & World Report); its endowment ranks among the top 20 of US universities. Its hallmarks include a high level of faculty research activity; a 6:1 student-faculty ratio; a commitment to fostering diversity; and an intellectual environment that produces the next generation of leaders.

Rice University is an Equal Opportunity Employer with commitment to diversity at all levels, and considers for employment qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, genetic information, disability or protected veteran status. Rice University Standard of Civility Serves as a representative of the University, displaying courtesy, tact, consideration and discretion in all interactions with other members of the Rice community and with the public.

Contact: Read more and apply:

Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2023 and will continue until the position is filled. Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of Biodiversity and Society, Northeastern University

The College of Social Sciences and Humanities and its nine tenure units are the home of the Experiential Liberal Arts. Through its research, teaching, and engagement missions, the college collaborates across the university, the Northeastern network, and partners around the globe.  We are strongly committed to fostering excellence through diversity and enthusiastically welcome nominations and applications from members of groups underrepresented in academia. Successful faculty in the College of Social Sciences and Humanities will be dynamic and innovative scholars with a record of research and teaching excellence and a commitment to improved equity, diversity, and inclusion. Strong candidates for this position will have the expertise, knowledge, and skills to build their research, pedagogy, and curriculum in ways that reflect and enhance this commitment.

Northeastern University’s College of Social Sciences and Humanities seeks to fill an open-rank tenure line position as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Full Professor at the intersection of biodiversity and society, with the possibility of a joint appointment in the College of Science. We seek candidates whose research and teaching focuses on the intersection of social structures and systems and biological conservation (or, inversely, extinction). Successful candidates will have demonstrated expertise in the social dimensions of biological conservation, a robust research agenda with a solutions-oriented focus, a commitment to education innovation, and a commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration. Academic rank at the Associate Professor and Full Professor levels will be commensurate with experience and qualifications reflecting a record of demonstrated teaching and scholarly excellence. 

We welcome applicants from sociology, science and technology studies, conservation social science, philosophy, Indigenous studies, planning, policy, sustainability science, environmental social science, environmental communication, social-ecological systems, or related fields. We invite scholars from a broad and diverse set of backgrounds, including those who employ a range of methodologies. Candidates should have demonstrated commitment to fostering diverse and inclusive environments as well as to promoting experiential learning, which are central to a Northeastern University education.

 Responsibilities: Faculty members at Northeastern are expected to develop independent research agendas and participate in collaborative research programs that (where appropriate) can attract external funding; teach courses at the undergraduate and graduate level; supervise students in their areas of research; and participate in service to the department, university, and discipline(s) as appropriate to rank.


  • Ph.D. in Sociology, Science and Technology Studies, Conservation Social Science, Philosophy, Indigenous Studies, Planning, Policy, Sustainability Science, Environmental Social Science, Environmental Communication, Social-ecological Systems, or related fields.
  • Evidence of interdisciplinary expertise and capacity for collaboration across disciplines
  • Commitment to enhancing diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • A record in graduate and undergraduate teaching, research, scholarship, and service, appropriate to level of appointment at rank of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor
  • Commitment to faculty development and mentoring, if a senior candidate
  • Commitment to and record of impactful research and innovation
  • Commitment to the continued development of Northeastern University’s signature experiential learning model

Documents to Submit:  Applicants should submit a cover letter detailing interests in research, teaching, and academic leadership, a curriculum vitae, a statement of contributions to diversity, equity, and inclusion; and names and contact information for three references.  Referees will not be contacted without the candidate’s prior consent.  Read more and apply

Applications received by November 15, 2023, will receive fullest consideration, position open until filled. Assistant Professor of Human Rights and Environmental Justice in Latin America, University of Florida

The Center for Latin American Studies ( at the University of Florida invites applicants who take an intersectional approach to conducting theoretically driven, empirical research for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position of human rights and environmental justice in Latin America and/or the Caribbean. We are particularly interested in considering applications from candidates whose research and teaching focus on Indigenous or Afro-descendant populations, incorporating a broad range of methods. We encourage candidates to apply whose interest and scholarship include such fields as Indigenous studies,….”, Afro-diasporic studies, environmental racism, ecological economics, law and governance, social conflict, conflict mediation, gender, education, political ecology, environmental conservation, sustainability, grassroots organizing, civil society, art and culture, institutional politics, or media studies. We strongly encourage applicants from historically underrepresented groups in the profession, applicants who have collaborators based in Latin America and/or the Caribbean, and those with proficiency in one or more non-English languages spoken in Latin America or the Caribbean. Prior teaching experience with evidence of creative pedagogies, experiential learning, and student mentoring is highly desirable. We expect the successful candidate to teach two courses each semester, maintain an active research agenda, value methodological pluralism, participate in the activities of the specializations in the Center, and provide service to the Center, University, and their respective disciplines.

Applicants must have a PhD by the start date of the position and have substantial knowledge of Latin America and/or the Caribbean. Read more and apply.

Review of applications will begin on November 17, 2023. Assistant Professor, Department of Native American Studies, University of California – Davis.

The Department of Native American Studies at the University of California, Davis (UCD) invites applications for an open-rank position in the area of Indigenous languages of the Americas, with an emphasis on North America (U.S., Mexico, Canada) to begin July 1, 2024. This position would be filled by an interdisciplinary scholar with an active research agenda whose field(s) fall(s) within humanities and/or social sciences. The holder of this faculty position in Indigenous languages should have a Ph.D. in linguistics, Native American Studies, or a related field, with an emphasis on language, an active interest in Indigenous languages of the Americas, and experience and/or strong interest in working with Indigenous communities on language acquisition and revitalization. The holder of this position must be able to work with students who are interested in learning more about Indigenous languages (in some cases, their heritage languages), and, in particular, with our graduate students who are required to study an Indigenous language of the Americas. The holder of this position will be considered for appointment as the Director of the Native American Language Center, and should show a (beginning or sustained) track record of grant support for language research. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in hand by the first day of classes.

We seek individuals with a commitment to the enhancement of our Native American Studies undergraduate and graduate programs. Our department is inter/multidisciplinary and hemispheric in perspective. We offer an undergraduate major and minor and graduate program (M.A., Ph.D., and D.E. Designated Emphasis) in Native American Studies.  Read more and apply:

Applications received before December 1, 2023, 11:59 pm eastern time, will be given full consideration. Princeton University High Meadows Environmental Institute Currie C. and Thomas A. Barron Visiting Professor in the Environment and Humanities.

Princeton University seeks to appoint a distinguished humanist whose work is related to the environment for the 2024-2025 academic year. The on-campus position will provide salary plus benefits for a semester long visit or for the duration of a full academic year, depending on the negotiated length of the visit and available funding. The funds may be used to supplement a sabbatical leave. The position is supported by the High Meadows Environmental Institute — the interdisciplinary center of environmental research, education, and outreach at Princeton University. Persons appointed will hold the title of the Currie C. and Thomas A. Barron Visiting Professor in the Environment and Humanities. Applicants should be accomplished scholars on leave from their home institution, who have exceptional records of publication and teaching and whose interests lie at the intersection of environmental issues and the humanities. Of particular interest are scholars with expertise and interests related to air and water sustainability, biodiversity, energy, environmental justice, food system change, global health, global warming, and wilderness histories and futures. There is no geographic limitation. Backgrounds in American studies, settler colonial studies, Indigenous studies, environmental art and media, environmental history, literature and environment, cultural anthropology and geography, and religion and ecology are especially welcome. In addition to accomplished scholars, environmental practitioners who may not hold a university position but who have a distinguished record as leaders in national environmental organizations or in the arts may also qualify for the Barron Visiting position. The visitor(s) will have a shared appointment in the High Meadows Environmental Institute and a supporting department at Princeton University. The incumbent Barron Visitor(s) will be expected to contribute to the life of this vibrant academic center and to cultivate dialogue at the intersection of the humanities and the environment at Princeton. They will be expected to teach an average of one course per semester subject to sufficient enrollment and approval by the Dean of the Faculty and to mentor/advise two to three students on independent projects. Other activities may include the organization of University/public lectures and forums on related topics. Remaining duty time may be devoted to research and writing and other professional pursuits. The incumbent’s annual salary will be determined based upon their salary at the home institution, not to exceed the level established for an equivalent rank of associate or full professor in the supporting department. Applications should include (1) a cover letter; (2) a brief description of any previous experience in interdisciplinary and/or collaborative research; (3) a statement of research and teaching plans at the intersection of environment and humanities; (4) a current curriculum vitae and (5) for scholars on sabbatical leave, an indication of and justification for the level of support requested. A short list of finalists will be asked to submit further materials. The names and contact information for three references should be indicated as part of the application. However, HMEI will request letters only for the finalists. To apply, please visit Questions about the application process may be directed to Stacey Christian at


Screening of applications begins October 1, 2023 and will continue on a rolling basis until the positions are filled. Heanon Wilkins Faculty Fellows/Visiting Assistant Professor or Instructor.
Miami University’s Heanon Wilkins Fellows program recruits annual cohorts of up to ten (10) scholars whose interests align with Miami’s core values of diversity and community with a particular commitment to inclusive excellence. Heanon Wilkins Fellows are paired with dedicated mentoring and intentional preparation for a career in higher education, ideally as members of Miami’s permanent staff or faculty.

This program is named after Dr. Heanon Wilkins, Miami University’s first full-time African-American faculty member. A distinguished professor of Spanish, Portuguese, and Black World Studies, Dr. Wilkins is an enduring and inspirational example of Miami’s teacher-scholar faculty, having received Miami’s highest honors in teaching, research, and service. Honoring his impressive legacy, we hope to recruit cohorts of excellent future faculty with a commitment to fostering diversity in higher education to Miami through this program.

Each academic year, we publish a call for applicants whose area(s) of expertise align with areas of expected need in the next two years. Based upon successful annual performance evaluations, fellows will be invited to continue in continuing librarian or faculty positions (including tenure-eligible) as available. This posting is for those interested in pursuing a faculty position.

We welcome scholars from all disciplines to apply as faculty fellows. We are particularly interested in scholars who will deepen our campus’ interdisciplinary research strength around sustainability and environmental justice. This can include, but is not limited to, those in social entrepreneurship, public health, data analytics, natural sciences; politics, law and public policy; psychology; media, journalism and film. We are also seeking scholars in computer science and cybersecurity.

The fellowship is for a minimum of one academic year (9-month faculty appointment) with a strong possibility of reappointment. Faculty fellows have reduced teaching responsibilities in order to foster a vibrant research program. All fellows engage in mentoring and career development; and participate in discussions on inclusive pedagogy and diversity organized by the Offices of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion and the Provost.

Minimum Qualifications:
Required: Miami University welcomes early-career candidates who will have completed a doctorate or terminal degree by December 2024 and not more than four years prior to the August 2024 appointment date.

Special Instructions to Applicants:
Submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement of proposed research (one to five pages) indicating area or discipline, statement of teaching philosophy, and sample scholarship. Inquiries about the position can be directed to Dana Cox at Read more and apply:

Review of applications will begin October 10, 2023 and continue until the position is filled. Latinx Sexualities Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Utah.

The University of Utah’s School for Cultural and Social Transformation (Transform) in partnership with the College of Humanities and the College of Social and Behavioral Science (CSBS), seeks applicants for a two-year postdoctoral research/teaching position with an anticipated start date of July 1, 2024.  The salary will be $60,000 per year plus access to health benefits, with $2,000 per year for research/travel. Applicants are required to have a Ph.D. by the time of their appointment.

The Fellow’s research interests will engage with interdisciplinary scholarship that may include, but is not limited to trans studies, disability studies, environmental studies, migration and immigration, decolonial and feminist theories, Indigeneity, Afro-Latinidades, and social justice activism.

The Latinx Sexualities Postdoctoral Fellow will be supported by mentors who will integrate them into the Division, College, and University and connect them to professional development opportunities related to teaching and scholarship. The Fellow will pursue their own research and teach one course based on their specialization in the Division of Gender Studies and one course in any of the units in the College of Humanities or the College of Social and Behavioral Science. They will also deliver one presentation of their work-in-progress; participate in Gender Studies, Transform, and College of Humanities and CSBS events; and partake in scholarly exchange at and beyond the University of Utah. Read more and apply:

Deadline for applications: October 23, 2023. Two postdoc positions as part of research project “The Aesthetics of Bio-Machines and the Question of the Life,” University of Southern Denmark SDU (Odense, Denmark).

The Department of Language, Culture, History, and Communication at the University of Southern Denmark is offering a TWO (2) fully funded 17 months postdoc positions commencing March 1, 2024 (or as soon as possible thereafter). We are looking for two candidates who are highly motivated to undertake post-doctoral research as part of a four-year collaborative research project funded by the Velux Foundations Core Group and headed by Professor Kathrin Maurer (SDU) and Associate Professor Kristin Veel (Copenhagen University)

Today we are immersed in life-like digital technologies, such as virtual assistants, generative computer systems, and adaptive robots. While physicists, engineers, and biologists are speaking about a notion of “life 3.0”, which declares life status to self-learning artificial intelligence, our humanities-based core group will conceptualize life-simulating digital technologies as sensing bio-machines. We argue that their machinic life-like qualities should be understood through the ways in which they perform a techno-mimesis of the sensory capabilities of biological life. We investigate these “life-forms” from an aesthetic angle, focusing on understanding the sensory capabilities of these technologies and the way they are negotiated in literature, art and film in order to advance knowledge about what constitutes being alive.


  • All candidates must have a publication record in the field of aesthetics, art, and AI
  • All candidates must have a PhD in one of these fields: visual culture, art history, literature, cultural studies, aesthetics, philosophy.
  • All candidates must demonstrate strong analytical skills and should have knowledge about contemporary discussions of AI and aesthetics as well as post-human theories.
  • Due to the collaborative design of this research project, all candidates must have excellent collaborative skills and be interested and committed to be part of an internationally oriented team.
  • All candidates must have strong communication skills in English. Candidates should present and write all research in English.

Once appointed the postdocs are expected to contribute to collaborative work that may include co-authoring, co-organizing conferences or seminars, teaching, and contributing the Center for Culture and Technology at SDU. Appointment to this position may also include teaching obligations in regard to related degree programmes. Read more and apply: 

Applications received before October 31, 2023 11:59 p.m. EST will be given full consideration. HMEI Environmental Fellows, Princeton University. The High Meadows Environmental Institute (HMEI) at Princeton University is accepting applications for the 2024-2025 HMEI Environmental Fellows Program. This postdoctoral program seeks scholars from all disciplines. The fellowship supports early career scholars in developing their research in a dynamic environmental studies community. In addition to their research, fellows are expected to contribute to the undergraduate program; this can take the form of supporting an existing environmental studies course, helping to mentor a student internship team, or teaching a course of their own design.

Applications are welcome from candidates who earned or expect to earn a Ph.D. between January 2021 and June 2024. Research areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Atmospheric and oceanic sciences
  • Biodiversity
  • Biogeochemical cycles
  • Carbon mitigation
  • Climate and energy
  • Climate, disease and health
  • Climate justice
  • Cities and environment
  • Earth history
  • Ecology and ecosystem science
  • Environmental chemistry and microbiology
  • Environmental engineering
  • Environmental humanities
  • Environmental justice
  • Environmental media, narrative and science communication
  • Food and environment
  • Health and environment
  • Water resources and hydrology

Before applying, candidates should identify and contact one or more Princeton faculty who are willing to provide research supervision, teaching and professional mentorship; and confirm their willingness to supervise their work should they be accepted into the program. An indication of faculty sponsorship(s) should be noted in the application. More than 140 members of the Princeton University faculty, representing 30 academic departments (in social sciences, humanities, natural Sciences and engineering), are affiliated with HMEI. The core faculty and broader group of Associated Faculty of HMEI are listed on the Institute’s website:

Applications received before October 31, 2023 11:59 p.m. EST will be given full consideration. Applicants should include a cover letter (1-2 pages), a statement of research interests and goals for the fellowship period (no more than 2 pages), and a brief narrative of how the applicant would contribute to HMEI’s commitments to fostering diverse and inclusive environmental studies at Princeton (1 – 2 pages). The application should also include the names and email addresses for three referees familiar with their work.

All applications must be submitted through the Princeton University jobsite at

HMEI Environmental Fellowships provide a competitive annual salary, depending upon experience, along with a significant allowance for travel to meetings and for research support. Initial awards are for one year, with the possibility of renewal for up to two additional years depending on satisfactory performance and available funding. The earliest starting date is July 1, 2024.

This position is subject to the University’s background check policy. Princeton University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Applications are due by Monday, November 6, 2023 at 11:59 p.m. ET.  2024-2025 Signature Course Fellowships, Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study.

The Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study (NDIAS) is a university-wide institute that convenes an interdisciplinary group of fellows each year to study questions that engage complex ethical challenges of our time and affect our ability to lead valuable, meaningful lives.  Made possible by a grant from the John Templeton Foundation, the Signature Course Fellowship funds and supports faculty who have a vision for translating research on human flourishing into large-scale, public-facing, pedagogically innovative courses that have the potential to serve as a cornerstone in their university’s curriculum. Paradigmatic examples of signature courses include Michael Sandel’s Justice (Harvard), Bill Burnett and Dave Evans’ Designing Your Life (Stanford), and Meghan Sullivan’s God and the Good Life (Notre Dame).

The Signature Course Fellowship Program aims to gather a cohort of scholars from across disciplines and higher education who are ready to build and launch their own signature course addressing a pressing question for human flourishing.  During the 2024-2025 academic year, the program will fund 15 faculty members for residential sabbaticals to pursue their projects: two during the Fall 2024 semester, three during the Spring 2025 semester, and 10 during an intensive, one-month program in Summer 2025 (likely in June). Semester-long Fellows (Fall 2024, Spring 2025) will receive a $50,000 fellowship stipend during the semester of residency as well as subsidized housing near Notre Dame. Summer 2025 Fellows will receive a $15,000 fellowship stipend during their four weeks of residency as well as subsidized housing.

All funded course proposals will be provided a $10,000 subgrant to help launch their course along with a $7,000 design fund allotment to develop assets for the course (such as the creation of a course trailer videos, publicity posters, co-curricular activities, field experiences, etc.). A portion of the design fund should also be used to conduct a benchmarking assessment before or during residency.

Applications for Faculty Fellowships must be submitted through Interfolio ( and should include the following:

  • Cover Letter and CV
  • Project Proposal (2-3 pages, single spaced). The Project Proposal should describe the course the applicant intends to build, including its anticipated scale (class/audience size), the pedagogical tools employed, and key learning goals. The applicant should also situate the course in their department’s or university’s curriculum and discuss the unmet need it will fill.
  • Letters of endorsement from the applicant’s department chair and dean-level administrator (dean, associate dean, etc.). These letters should address the strength of the applicant’s course proposal, its importance to the university’s curriculum, and the applicant’s availability for a full-time residential fellowship of the sort our program provides. The letters should also provide assurance that the applicant will be able to teach the course at least three times in the three years following the fellowship.

Applicants will be evaluated according to the following criteria:

  • Course Content and Learning Goals. The course should be informed by up-to-date scholarship in the relevant disciplines, be appropriately engaged with practical questions facing students, and include at least one significant learning goal that requires students to apply this scholarship to their own lives in the context of the course themes.
  • Scholarly Excellence: The course should reflect the most significant ideas coming out of relevant research on flourishing from the relevant disciplines. The instructor should have a plan for integrating their research, teaching, and public engagement, and the course should reflect both breadth and depth of engagement in its design.
  • Sustainability and Institutional Visibility: The course should fulfill a clear, unmet need in the home university’s curriculum. The plan for meeting the need should be innovative and benefit from a semester of intensive design. The home university should have a plan for integrating the course into department requirements and/or the core curriculum.
  • Scale and Likely Impact: There should be demonstrated potential for public impact and a thoughtful balance of breadth, approachability, and rigor. At some institutions, this will mean offering the course to a large number of students. At others this will mean building out a mechanism for the public to engage with and learn from the project.

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Applications must be submitted by November 20, 2023, to the attention of Dr. Yota Batsaki at Dumbarton Oaks, Post-Doctoral Fellow in Plant Humanities

Dumbarton Oaks is a Harvard research institute that supports research internationally in Byzantine, Pre-Columbian, and Garden and Landscape Studies. Dumbarton Oaks encompasses a museum with world-class collections of Pre-Columbian, Byzantine, and European Renaissance art, and a historic garden designed by Beatrix Farrand. Since 2018 we have pursued an initiative in the emerging interdisciplinary field of the Plant Humanities, which explores the extraordinary significance of plants to human cultures. A key outcome is the Plant Humanities Lab, an open-access digital site that features visually engaging, interactive narratives on plants from the perspectives of race, colonialism, environmental justice, foodways, indigenous knowledge, evolution, and biodiversity loss in the Anthropocene. Dumbarton Oaks is committed to further developing and enhancing the site as a tool for innovative pedagogy, online sharing of collections, and communicating the importance of plants and multispecies interactions to a broad audience.

This fellowship offers unique opportunities to build career skills in digital humanities, special collections, and innovative pedagogy, while participating in a growing interdisciplinary network of researchers at Dumbarton Oaks, nationally, and internationally. The Fellow will participate fully in Dumbarton Oaks’ dynamic community of scholars, working collaboratively with all three programs of study as well as the Museum, Library, and other departments, and will devote 20% of the fellowship time to personal research.  Read more and apply.

Deadline for Applications: December 15, 2023. Visiting Fellow, Technology, the Environment, and the Future of Europe, New York University, Remarque Institute

The Remarque Institute at New York University, supported by a grant by the Open Society Foundations, invites applicants for four Visiting Fellows in the fall semester of 2024 and four Visiting Fellows in the spring semester of 2025 for its initiative on Technology, the Environment, and the Future of Europe (TEFE). Three fellows for each semester will be at the faculty or post-PhD level. One fellow for each semester will be a PhD student.

Doctoral Fellows will receive a fellowship stipend of $4750 per month, an office at the Remarque Institute, visiting scholar status to use NYU’s libraries, databases, facilities, and relevant university privileges. Doctoral students must be currently enrolled in a degree-granting program.

Visiting Fellows will receive a fellowship stipend of $4500 per month, a studio apartment at no cost (or a housing stipend), an office at the Remarque Institute, visiting scholar status to use NYU’s libraries, databases, facilities, and relevant university privileges.  Applications from non-academics for the Visiting Fellowships are encouraged.

Other Opportunities

See the Residencies, Prizes/Grants, and Workshops Page on the ASLE website.

Applications for Bernheim’s 2024 Residencies will open in Fall of 2023. Bernheim Arboretum & Research Forest Outdoor Arts Fellowships, Clermont, KY.