Jobs & Fellowships

If you would like to post information about a job, fellowship, or related professional opportunity, please contact the ASLE Managing Director at [email protected]. Listings are free of charge, and will be posted if they are suitably relevant to ASLE members and constituents.

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Application review begins on March 13, 2023. Visiting Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, St. Mary’s College of Maryland.

The Environmental Studies Program at St. Mary’s College of Maryland is hiring an outstanding instructor for a one-year, visiting assistant professor of environmental studies with social science emphasis to begin August 2023. This position is a sabbatical replacement.

We seek scholars with a Ph.D. by time of hire in relevant fields spanning the social sciences whose expertise centers on intersectional environmentalisms and/or environmental justice. Ability to demonstrate experience with or interest in creating place-based teaching methods for undergraduates is highly desired. Strong, collegial communication and collaboration skills are essential. Preference will be given to candidates who can demonstrate ability to contribute to our campus-wide effort to increase the number of and support for underrepresented students through experiential, high-impact pedagogy. The successful candidate must produce the necessary documentation to legally work in the U.S. upon hire.

Teaching responsibilities will include six courses over two semesters. The successful candidate will teach the following courses: Race and Place (1 section); Environmental Studies Junior Seminar, (3 sections of our required, interdisciplinary 3rd year seminar); and two environmental studies electives in their area of expertise (1 lower level and 1 upper level). Teaching materials will be provided for all courses but the two specialized electives.

Competitive candidates for the environmental studies position will have demonstrated excellence in offering student-centered instruction and a track record of centering equity and inclusion in their professional activities. We especially welcome candidates whose scholarly work and teaching praxis engages justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion issues through lens/es of: food systems; sustainability and resilience; environmental health; and social movements, citizen-science, or activism.

St. Mary’s College ( embodies diversity and inclusion in its mission. We create an environment that recognizes the value of individual and group differences, and we encourage inquiries from applicants who will contribute to our cultural and ethnic diversity. 

Application materials should include 1) a cover letter (1 page maximum) that identifies the position of interest and addresses how the candidate will contribute to a campus culture of inclusion; 2) curriculum vitae (including email address); 3) statement of teaching principles and experience (1 page maximum), 4) a research statement (1 page maximum); and 5) evidence of teaching effectiveness (if available). 

In support of inclusive hiring practices, for all SMCM faculty searches initiated after February 15, 2023, the College will request three professional references (rather than letters of recommendation) at the time of application.  Of these three references, at least one should speak to the candidate’s disciplinary expertise and at least one should have seen the candidate deliver or design classroom instruction. References will be contacted only for candidates who advance to finalist interviews. Applications are being accepted online at  Questions may be directed to Search Committee Chair at [email protected].

The Search Committee will begin reviewing applications on March 13, 2023. While the position will remain open until filled, for full consideration all application materials should be submitted by that date. Employment will be contingent upon successful completion of a criminal background check and proof of COVID-19 vaccination, medical and religious exemptions will be considered. St. Mary’s College of Maryland is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. 

Non-sectarian since its founding, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, a public Carnegie Baccalaureate, Arts and Sciences institution located in St. Mary’s City, 70 miles southeast of Washington, D.C., has been designated as Maryland’s public honors college. With selective admissions policies, academically talented students, and a rigorous curriculum, we offer a small college experience similar to that found at exceptional private colleges. The quality of life is enhanced by the recreational opportunities of the Chesapeake region and by our proximity to Washington, D.C. and Baltimore. Visit our website:

Apply by March 15, 2023. Liberal Arts Faculty, Full-Time, the Juilliard School (NYC).

The Department of Liberal Arts at the Juilliard School seeks applicants for one or two full-time assistant professor positions: a Rhetoric Composition/Writing Studies Specialist and/or a historian, social scientist or specialist in a related area (for example, global historian). All candidates must have experience teaching First-Year Writing. Successful applicants must be dedicated to the department’s core curriculum, which emphasizes critical reading and writing, cross-cultural thinking, and the humanities and social sciences.

Candidates must have the Ph.D. in hand upon application and must have significant teaching experience as the instructor of record. For Rhetoric Composition/Writing Studies specialists, a Ph.D. in Rhetoric Composition or Writing Studies is preferred, but applicants from related disciplines will be considered. Expertise in multilingual writing, learning disabilities, or multimodal composition preferred. The Rhetoric Composition/Writing Studies specialist will also support the mission of the Writing and Communication Center.

The successful candidate will be expected to teach three course sections per semester. While Juilliard does not grant tenure, faculty may be eligible for renewable two- or three-year contracts after a specified length of employment at Juilliard and upon review.

Applicants should submit:
1. a letter of interest that includes a brief discussion of teaching experience, current scholarship, and approaches to teaching and research
2. a curriculum vitae
3. a more detailed statement of teaching philosophy, including an explanation of the manner in which a commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging translates into classroom practice (2 pages or 1000 words max).

All materials should be received by March 15, 2023. Late applications may be considered until the position is filled. After an initial review, some applicants will be asked to submit letters of recommendation, and a writing sample. The interview process will include meeting(s) with the hiring committee and a teaching demonstration.

Applications will be reviewed beginning on March 15 and the application will remain open until the position is filled. Visiting Assistant Professor in Environmental Humanities, Boston College.

The Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences at Boston College invites applications for the position of Core Fellow/Visiting Assistant Professor in Environmental Humanities with a focus on Science and Literature, Environmental Literature, Nature and Conservation, and/or Environmental/Land and Sea Ethics. The appointment for this one-year postdoctoral visiting assistant professorship will be for the 2023-2024 academic year. Salary is competitive, and the position is renewable upon favorable review for up to three years.

Applications should be submitted electronically to Please submit a letter of application, CV, list of three references, a teaching statement and teaching evaluations if available. Review of applications will begin immediately. The teaching statement should address: (1) how the applicant’s area of expertise and approach to education may contribute to an interdisciplinary Complex Problem course on faith, ethics and science in the twenty-first century; (2) how the applicant’s approach to teaching can link interdisciplinary academic knowledge to the formative education of students as whole persons and active global citizens; and (3) potential topics for an Enduring Questions course paired with another course taught by a marine biologist.



Applications are due 3 March 2023. Willa Cather: Place and Archive, NEH Institute for Higher Education Faculty.

Members of ASLE may be interested in Willa Cather: Place and Archive, a two-week NEH Institute for Higher Education Faculty from 16 July to 28 July 2023, directed by Melissa J. Homestead, Professor of English at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and director of the Cather Project. Twenty-five participants will explore place-based and archival approaches to the life and works of American novelist Willa Cather. At the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, participants will have access to unparalleled archival holdings of Cather materials and the expertise of a leading center for digital humanities. At the National Willa Cather Center in Red Cloud, they will experience landscapes and buildings represented in Cather’s fiction that function as a kind of archive. The institute will take a critical approach to all three kinds of archives (special collections, digital resources, and place), considering how they are mediated and what is absent. Cather’s fiction celebrated the achievements of recent European immigrants who settled on the Great Plains but ignored the then-recent forced relocations of indigenous people to make way for settlement. Both the European immigrant presence and absence of the Pawnee will receive particular attention. In addition to Homestead, scholars from UNL leading sessions will be Andrew Jewell, Emily Rau, and Margaret Jacobs. Participating scholars from outside UNL leading sessions include Walter Echo-Hawk, Jennifer Ladino, Susan Naramore Maher, Eveylyn Funda, Mark Van Wienen, and Gabi Kirilloff. For more information, including how to apply, visit

Priority application deadline EXTENDED to March 21, 2023. Madeleine Haas Russell Postdoctoral Fellow in Climate Crisis, Risks, and Responses

Please submit your application here:

The Brandeis University  Latin American, Caribbean and Latinx Studies and Environmental Studies invites applications for the  Madeleine Haas Russell Postdoctoral Fellow in Climate Crisis, Risks, and Responses.  This is a two-year position, beginning Fall term 2023 and is subject to budgetary approval.

The Fellow will be based in two undergraduate programs at Brandeis: Latin American, Caribbean and Latinx Studies and Environmental Studies, and will be expected to teach 2 courses per academic year and offer 1 academic lecture to the campus community during their time at Brandeis. In addition to salary, Fellows will receive housing support, a modest research fund, and mentorship from senior faculty in both areas. Candidates must have a PhD in a relevant discipline in the Humanities or Social Sciences by the beginning of the appointment.

We seek a scholar whose work focuses on the effects of climate change and/or responses to them, in Latin America, the Caribbean or for Latinx groups in the United States. Topics could include climate science, broadly construed, in Latin America and the Caribbean; environmental and climate justice in the region and in the diaspora; green/climate-extractivism; effects of climate risks, such as migration, political conflict, health, and poverty; risks and burdens of maladaptation; responses of indigenous and Afro Descendant groups to climate change and their active engagement in the processes of policy making and development of climate action; and Latinax climate movements. We are open to multiple disciplines and quantitative, qualitative or mixed methodologies.

At Brandeis, we believe that diversity, equity and inclusion are essential components of academic excellence. Brandeis University is an affirmative action,  equal opportunity employer and is committed to creating equitable access and opportunities for applicants to all employment positions. Because diversity, equity and inclusion are at the core of Brandeis’ history and mission, we value and are seeking candidates that represent a variety of social identities, including those that have been underrepresented in higher education, who possess skills that spark innovation, and who, through their scholarly pursuits, teaching, and/or service experiences, bring expertise in building, engaging, and sustaining a pluralistic, just and inclusive campus community.

Applicants should submit

  1. a cover letter of no more than three pages including descriptions of research, teaching experience and philosophy, and approaches to supporting diversity in the classroom;
  2. a curriculum vitae;
  3. an article-length writing sample (may be a published article or chapter, or a chapter of the dissertation);
  4. names and contact information for three referees. 

Please contact committee chair Elizabeth Ferry ([email protected]) with any questions.

Other Opportunities

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

Deadline for applications November 28, 2022. Bernheim Arboretum & Research Forest Outdoor Arts Fellowships, Clermont, KY.