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Assistant Professor of Asian American or Asian Diaspora Studies in the Department of Social and Cultural Analysis at New York University

The Department of Social and Cultural Analysis at New York University invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the field of Asian American or Asian Diaspora Studies.  We seek candidates with expertise in gender, media, and popular culture, working within a transpacific framework. The appointment will begin on September 1, 2018, pending administrative and budgetary approval. Interested candidates should hold a PhD in social science, humanities, or interdisciplinary studies.

Assistant or Associate Professor of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies - Washington University in St. Louis

The Department of Women , Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Washington University in St. Louis seeks a scholar trained in Ethnic Studies. We see this category as including not only the traditional fields associated with such programs--Chicanx and Latinx Studies, Indigenous Studies, and Asian American Studies--but Diasporic Studies and scholars who think about the workings of ethnicity around the world.

Asian Americanist Lecturer and Sociology Lecturer, Ethnic Studies, Northern Arizona University

Job Vacancies in Ethnic Studies, Northern Arizona University: #602928
and #602929

Enclosed are job postings, and Human Resources Office links, for two (2)
Lecturers with the Ethnic Studies Program at Northern Arizona University.

Review of applications will begin the week of January 4, 2017, and continue
until the positions are filled. The Lecturers will be hired in time for the
August 2017 semester beginning at NAU, and we are excited to share with you
these vacancies!

Kent State University Political Science - Open Rank Tenure Track Position

The Department of Political Science at Kent State University invites
applications for a tenure-track position, open with regard to region and
rank, in Comparative Politics, to begin in August 2017. We seek scholars
studying marginalization, structures of oppression, and the politics of
dissent, with potential topics including, but not limited to: identities
(race, gender, sexualities, ethnicity), global inequality, settler
colonialism, migration, borders, and labor.

University of San Diego Open Rank Ethnic Studies Position

The Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of San Diego invites applications for an open rank, tenure-track or tenured professor of Ethnic Studies beginning in Fall 2017. Qualified candidates must hold a PhD or terminal degree in Ethnic Studies or a related field and have expertise in American Indian Studies and Comparative Ethnic Studies. Specific areas of research are open; however, we are especially interested in work that addresses health, environmental justice, and/or decolonization. Applicants must have an active research agenda and be able to teach introductory and advanced undergraduate courses in American Indian Studies and Comparative Ethnic Studies; an ability to teach Introduction to Ethnic Studies is required. Demonstrated experience working with American Indian tribes and communities is strongly preferred.

Critical Race Studies Fellowship at UCLA School of Law - Nov. 1, 2016 Deadline

The Critical Race Studies (CRS) program at UCLA School of Law is now accepting applications for the Critical Race Studies Fellowship. The CRS Fellowship is designed to support the research and professional development of a candidate interested in pursuing a career in law teaching. CRS at UCLA is the only program of its kind in the country and is the premier institutional setting for the study of the intersection between race and the law. Anchored by renowned scholars whose research helped found and continues to advance Critical Race Theory in legal scholarship and related disciplines, CRS supports a unique intellectual community for faculty and students, including formal JD and LLM specializations in Critical Race Studies.