Fields for 2010-11:Edit

2009-10 isn't over yet! UK, EU and other posts are still being advertised - I've added at least five to the 2009-10 pages in the past couple of weeks.

  • Is there a reason why new hires are not named on this site? After an offer has been made and a contract accepted, many departments post announcements about their new hires internally and/or on their websites. But attempting to track down this information from the outside is time-consuming and frustrating. At the very least, it would be very helpful to know what areas new hires are working on.
    • the simple reason is: because no one chooses to post them! The wiki has a fairly big readership, but not so big that there's always going to be someone with 'inside' information, or the motivation to post it even if they have it. If you want to talk about this more, it'd probably be a good idea to take it to the dedicated 'Talk' page.AFII 09:56, March 3, 2011 (UTC)

Live pages:Edit

European History Jobs, 2010-11 Edit

African/Middle East History, 2010-11Edit

Asian History, 2010-11Edit

Latin American History, 2010-2011Edit

U.S. History, 2010-2011Edit

History of Science, Technology & Medicine, 2010-11Edit

World/Global History 2010-11Edit

Open Field or Mixed Hire History Jobs 2010-11Edit

Non-Geographic/Methodologically Oriented, 2010-11 (includes Women/Gender history)Edit

Pages in need of creation:Edit

Ancient History, 2010-11

Non-Geographic/Methodologically Oriented, 2010-11

Native American/Indigenous Studies, 2010-2011

Canadian History