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- 2 Mixed / Open Specialty
- 2.1 Middle Tennessee State University (USA:TN) - race, gender, and sexuality in the Americas
- 2.2 Ryerson University (CAN) - Modern Human Rights
- 2.3 Texas State University (USA:TX) - Oral & Public
- 2.4 Università Ca' Foscari Venezia (ITL) - History of Political Institutions
- 2.5 University of Cardiff (UK:Wales) - Black History
- 2.6 University of Exeter (UK:Eng) - [Senior Hire]
- 2.7 Westminster College (UT) - open field excluding Americas w/digital or public history
- 3 Architectural
- 4 Business
- 5 Cultural/Social
- 6 Digital Humanities/New Media
- 7 Economic
- 8 Educational
- 9 Environmental
- 9.1 Bemidji State University (USA:MN) - US, World & Environmental
- 9.2 Cardiff University (UK:Wales)
- 9.3 Hamilton College (USA:NY) - transnational [non-TT]
- 9.4 Indiana University, Bloomington (USA:IN) - [Open Rank] US
- 9.5 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA:MA)
- 9.6 Pitzer College (USA:CA) US
- 9.7 Rutgers University, New Brunswick (USA:NJ)
- 9.8 State University of New York (SUNY) - Old Westbury (USA:NY)
- 9.9 Trinity College Dublin (IRL) - [Non-TT]
- 9.10 University of Chicago (USA:IL)
- 9.11 University of Dayton (USA:OH)
- 9.12 University of Haifa (ISR) - [Open Rank] Environmental History of the Mediterranean
- 9.13 University of Victoria (CAN) - Climate and/or Ocean
- 10 Gender/Women's/Sexuality
- 10.1 John Hopkins University (USA:MD)
- 10.2 University of Bristol (UK:Eng) - [Non-TT]
- 10.3 University College Cork (IRL) - Senior Hire
- 10.4 The University of Edinburgh (UK:Scot) - Modern excl. Britain
- 10.5 University of Innsbruck (AUT)
- 10.6 University of Maine (USA:ME) - Women's, Gender, & Sexuality
- 10.7 University of Nevada (USA:NV) - Twentieth-Century Gender/Women’s/Sexuality
- 10.8 University of Oxford (UK:Eng) - [Senior Hire]
- 11 Intellectual
- 12 Legal/Law
- 13 Maritime
- 14 Military/War
- 15 Philosophy
- 16 Politics
- 17 Public
- 17.1 Ball State University (USA:IA)
- 17.2 Bowling Green State University (OH:USA)
- 17.3 California State University - San Bernadino (USA:CA)
- 17.4 George Mason University (USA:VA)
- 17.5 University College London (UK:Eng) -[Senior Hire]
- 17.6 University of Northern Iowa (USA:IA)
- 17.7 University of York (UK:Eng)
- 17.8 Virginia Commonwealth University (USA:VA) - with digital
- 17.9 York University (CAN) - Global Public History
- 18 Religious
- 18.1 Bergische Universität Wuppertal (DEU) - Church History
- 18.2 Clark University (USA:MA) - Holocaust Studies and Jewish History and Culture
- 18.3 Kings College London (UK:Eng) - [Non-TT] Christianity
- 18.4 University of Helsinki (FIN) - Church History
- 18.5 University of Massachusetts - Amherst (USA:MA) - Jewish History
- 18.6 University of Toronto (CAN) - Early Modern Islamicate History [Non-TT]
- 19 Slavery
- 20 Sport/Physical Culture
- 21 Urban
- 22 Visual
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Middle Tennessee State University (USA:TN) - race, gender, and sexuality in the Americas[edit | edit source]
- Tenure track assistant/associate professor in the history of race, gender, and sexuality in the Americas, to begin 1 Aug. 2020
- Applicants must have a terminal degree in History or closely related field by appointment date.
- The successful candidate will be expected to teach surveys of U.S. History (126360) or American History surveys (126020), as well as undergraduate and graduate courses in the candidate’s area of specialization and will have the ability to work collaboratively with faculty and students in our nationally recognized public history program. An active research agenda is expected.
- To apply or for more detailed information visit http://mtsujobs.mtsu.edu.
- Deadline: not stated in ad, ad expires 29 Nov. 2019
- Any news? (1 December 2019)
- phone/skype interview request, Jan. 2
- Any news after skypes? (Feb 7)
- I was just wondering the same thing. Nothing here after Skype interview (Feb. 9)
- On-campus visits underway (Feb 19)
- I was just wondering the same thing. Nothing here after Skype interview (Feb. 9)
Ryerson University (CAN) - Modern Human Rights[edit | edit source]
- full-time tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the modern history of human rights. The appointment shall be effective July 1, 2020, subject to final budgetary approval.
- Candidates must hold a Ph.D. in History or a related field by the appointment date
- The successful candidate will engage in a combination of teaching, research and service duties, maintaining an inclusive, equitable, and collegial work environment across all activities. Responsibilities include: teaching and supervising at the undergraduate level; contributing to the undergraduate and graduate programs in the Faculty of Arts, including taking a lead role in curriculum development/expansion as appropriate; establishing and maintaining a strong, independent, externally-funded research agenda; and participating in the academic life of the Department of History, the Faculty of Arts and the University. The successful candidate will also have opportunities to contribute to Ryerson’s interdisciplinary programs, including the BA in Arts and Contemporary Studies, and graduate programs such as Immigration and Settlement Studies and Policy Studies
- Applicants must submit their application online via the Faculty Recruitment Portal (click on “Start Application Process” to begin)... The application must contain the following: a letter of application and a curriculum vitae; a statement of research interests; a teaching dossier and results of teaching evaluations; and names of three individuals who may be contacted for references.
- Applications and any confidential inquiries can be directed to the Department Hiring Committee Chair, Dr. Catherine Ellis at email@example.com.
- SHORT deadline: 12 Nov. 2019
- [18 Dec] Any news?
- [11 Feb] Any news?
Texas State University (USA:TX) - Oral & Public[edit | edit source]
- Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Public History and Oral History, to begin 15 Aug 2020
- Ph.D. in History or related field is required by time of appointment. Demonstrable experience related to the practice or teaching of oral history is required.
- The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses in oral history that engage students in its various methods, techniques and uses and to create undergraduate and graduate courses in public history and their field of specialization. The candidate will also be expected to contribute to the continuing development and success of the public history program.
- Preference will be accorded candidates with a) record of project design or implementation; b) collaboration or partnerships; c) engagement with communities and public audiences; or d) teaching experience in oral history.
- Candidates should demonstrate an active research agenda complementing the existing strengths of the department. Participation in departmental programs, service, and governance is expected
- Only applications submitted through the Texas State University website will be accepted and considered, https://jobs.hr.txstate.edu/postings/25755.... A complete application comprises a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, an article-length writing sample employing or addressing oral history, three letters of recommendation, and a sample syllabus engaging oral history and practice.
- For full consideration: 1 Nov. 2019
- [2 Dec] Anyone hear anything on this one yet?
- [13 Dec] still no news, anyone else?
- [16 Dec] phone interviews scheduled for 12/19
- Were you contacted about an interview today 16 Dec?
Università Ca' Foscari Venezia (ITL) - History of Political Institutions[edit | edit source]
- Assistant Professor in the area of History of political institutions
- The position will be hosted at the Department of Humanities, a center for the development of innovative and interdisciplinary approaches to history, literature, classics, archeology, art and anthropology.
- If you are a non-Italian applicant or if you have resided outside of Italy for more than 3 years, you will benefit from a favorable tax treatment for the first 4 years of the contract.
- Read the call here: https://intra.unive.it/plapps/bandi/common/showbando?id=32368
- Deadline: 2 Mar. 2020
University of Cardiff (UK:Wales) - Black History[edit | edit source]
- Open-ended lectureship in Black history, to begin Jan 2020
- You will possess a record or potential for excellence in research in any field of Black history and evidence of high-quality teaching at undergraduate level. Scholars with expertise in twentieth-century Civil Rights movements, or Caribbean history, or sub-Saharan Africa are encouraged to apply.
- Deadline: 2 Dec. 2019
University of Exeter (UK:Eng) - [Senior Hire][edit | edit source]
- Head of Department, History
- his is a superb opportunity to lead a renowned Department that is part of a successful and rapidly rising College and University. Reporting to the Pro Vice-Chancellor and Executive Dean of the College of Humanities, the Head of Department will be an internationally recognised scholar able to lead by example and to ensure an ambitious and supportive culture for colleagues. They will be an inclusive leader, appreciating the value of community with demonstrable ability to foster a positive environment across the Department, including for the benefit of a thriving early career research community, and to best enable the student voice. S/he will demonstrate world-leading and world-changing research with outputs consistently recognised as internationally excellent, coupled with a passion and the skills to lead and manage across research and education agendas. As a member of the College Executive, they will additionally contribute to the strategic direction and success of the College as a whole and represent the Department at senior levels. They will support the Department, College and University to build on successes into the future, particularly targeting international activity and greater diversity and representation among students and staff.
- For further information, please visit: https://candidates.perrettlaver.com/vacancies, quoting reference 4520.
- Deadline: 12 Mar. 2020
Westminster College (UT) - open field excluding Americas w/digital or public history[edit | edit source]
- full-time Assistant Professor of History beginning August 2020.
- Area of specialization is open (other than the Americas). Broad training and ability to teach a variety of classes is a must. The successful applicant will also have' 'digital humanities and/or public history expertise, as well as successful teaching experience and a commitment to undergraduate liberal education.
- Teaching Load: 24 semester hours/year (~3/3) Primary teaching responsibilities include introductory liberal education (WCore) History courses as well as upper-division undergraduate courses in the successful candidate's area of specialization. They will complement current faculty expertise and help develop curriculum within the History program and WCore. Depending on specialization, there will likely be opportunities to teach in affiliated, interdisciplinary programs, such as Gender Studies, Environmental Studies, and Justice Studies.
- For application instructions, please consult the online job board (https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/westminstercollege/promotionaljobs). Review of applications will begin on December 2, 2019 and continue until the position is filled. An initial application that demonstrates competencies in the above qualifications will include: Curriculum Vita, A letter of application that highlights your specific qualifications for the position, including a discussion of your past teaching experiences, digital humanities/public history experience, and your preparation to teach and mentor students, including those from groups historically underrepresented in higher education.
- Selected applicants will later be expected to provide the following: Sample syllabuses and sample assignments that demonstrate your approach to teaching/learning issues, Scholarly writing sample, Contact information for three professional references
- Deadline: not stated in ad (ad expires 27 Jan. 2020)
- [19 Dec] Request for further materials
- [17 Jan] Skype interview request
Architectural[edit | edit source]
Business[edit | edit source]
Bentley University (USA:MA) - [Non-TT][edit | edit source]
- visiting lecturer position to teach business history for the 2020-2021 academic year
- Applications are welcome in all areas of business history, particularly world capitalism, slavery as an economic system, New England colonial business, and diaspora, Native American, or African American businesses.
- Applicants should have a PhD in a relevant field of history, or be very near completion of the PhD degree.
- Teaching Load: 4/4 "two sections each of two courses. Bentley History classes are capped at thirty students."
- All application materials must be submitted through Bentley's on-line employment site at: https://bentley.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/faculty/job/Bentley-Campus/Visiting-Lecturer--Business-History_R0000978. (Applications should include a resum, cover letter, writing sample, examples of syllabi from courses taught or in preparation. Names and contact information for three references are required upon application. Bentley will contact these confidential references for those candidates moving forward in the process.
- Deadline: not stated in ad, ad expires 14 May.
Cultural/Social[edit | edit source]
- Endowed Professorship in the History of Libraries and the Information Professions.
- The School of Information Sciences at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign seeks an outstanding applicant for an endowed, tenured position at the rank of Associate or Full Professor. Candidates for the Professorship in the History of Libraries and the Information Professions must have a strong international reputation within this area. All specializations and methodological perspectives within this broad area will be considered.
- This position offers excellent relocation start-up funds, and the opportunity to work with outstanding colleagues and graduate students at a top-ranked information school. The endowment for this position provides additional competitive financial support.
- Ph.D. or equivalent required. The School’s faculty is highly interdisciplinary, with backgrounds in information science, computer science, library science, informatics, engineering science, physics, astrophysics, law, psychology, English, medieval studies, philosophy, sociology, statistics, science and technology studies, and history of American civilization.
- For full consideration: 3 January 2020
Digital Humanities/New Media[edit | edit source]
- Open-ended lectureship in Digital History, to begin Jan 2020
- You will possess a record or potential for excellence in research in any field of Digital History and evidence of high-quality teaching at undergraduate level. Scholars with expertise in Public History, community engagement or creative digital practice are particularly encouraged to apply.
- For informal enquiries regarding this post, please contact Professor James Hegarty (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Professor Mary Heimann (HeimannM@cardiff.ac.uk)
- Deadline: 2 Dec. 2019
Clemson University (USA:SC) - [Senior Hire][edit | edit source]
- tenured position at the Associate Professor rank as director of a new Digital History program.
- Applicants for the director position should have a strong research record and vision for the future of the digital history program. The successful applicant will be able to teach digital history courses, advise PhD students, and develop opportunities for students both within and beyond the professoriate.
- Candidates should make electronic submission of a cover letter, curriculum vitae (with names of references included), and a writing sample to Dr. Pamela Mack Dept. of History, Clemson University, 126 Hardin Hall, Clemson, SC 29634-0527 by means of Interfolio: http://apply.interfolio.com/69000 .
- For full consideration: 14 Nov. 2019
- Una plaza para Profesor Investigador Titular, especializado en historia aplicada.
- see full posting (link above) at World/Global/Transnational_History_2019-20
NB: this is a 2021 position; posted here as a holding position until the new pages are created
- Tenure track Assistant professorship in Digital History, to begin 24 Aug. 2021
- Area of specialization open, but ability to teach courses in modern United States History is desirable. Candidates in cognate fields are welcome to apply. We strongly encourage historically underrepresented minorities and people with experience in teaching diverse student populations to apply.
- Teaching Load: 2/2
- Candidates must have a PhD in hand by August 24, 2021
- Apply to Job Opening ID 520859 at https://facultycareers.fiu.edu/. Include in a single pdf file a cover letter discussing interests and experience regarding teaching and digital humanities scholarship (no more than two pages), a full c.v., unofficial transcripts, and supporting material that demonstrate digital methods in research and teaching. Please send a second copy of all application materials to email@example.com. Three letters of reference will be solicited from finalists at a later date.
- Email questions to Dr. Chantalle Verna firstname.lastname@example.org or call 305-348-2328. For more information on the FIU History Department, visit https://history.fiu.edu/
- For full consideration: 15 Oct. 2020
- Open rank in the School of Information Sciences.
- Digital Humanities: development and application of digital techniques in the humanities; explorations of the larger social and cultural significance of those methods.
- Information, Technology, Society: political economy of information; legal and regulatory issues; information ethics, and impact on societies, communities, and democratic government. Contexts may be organizational, public sphere, community, or global contexts. Interpretive and historical perspectives are welcome.
- Ph.D required. The School’s faculty is highly interdisciplinary, with backgrounds in information science, computer science, library science, informatics, engineering science, physics, astrophysics, law, psychology, English, medieval studies, philosophy, sociology, statistics, science and technology studies, and history of American civilization.
- For full consideration: 1 December 2019
- Tenure track assistant professorship in digital history
- Required qualifications include a Ph.D. in history or related field by the time of appointment
- ...and an interest in contributing to the department’s strengths in public history, race and gender, war and society, social and economic inequities, and the history of science, technology, medicine, and environment. The position is open to all research fields in history; preference will be shown for candidates with research areas in geographical regions outside the United States and chronological periods before 1900
- The successful candidate will teach courses in digital history at the undergraduate and graduate level, mentor students pursuing digital humanities projects, and collaborate with digital humanists in related programs and departments. The successful candidate will teach courses on data in social context, including Introduction to Data in Social Context and Topics in the History of Data in Social Context, as well as new courses to be developed in collaboration with faculty in the Department of History and related programs at the University. The successful candidate will teach courses and pursue research in the candidate’s major fields of study defined chronologically, geographically, and thematically. The standard teaching load is two courses per semester.
- Candidates must apply online at online jobs.vt.edu (Job Number 511321). Required materials are a letter of application (2 pages maximum) and a CV. No other materials will be accepted at the time of the initial application
- After an initial screening, a select pool of candidates may be asked to provide the following materials: 1. writing sample; 2. summary of digital history projects, skills, and collaborations; 3. teaching statement (1 page); 4. diversity statement (1 page); and 5. letters of reference (up to 3).
- Review begins: 15 Oct. 2019
- [15 Nov] request for more materials (x2)
Wondering if those who also got the material request have heard anything else?
- [16 Dec] request for zoom interview
- [9 Jan] Zoom interview. Has anyone heard back re:campus visit?
- [6 Feb] Any movement on this?
- Campus visit last week [3 Feb]
- [Feb 24] Offer extended and accepted
Economic[edit | edit source]
- Lectureship (~asst/assoc prof) in Economic History
- We encourage applications from candidates who can deliver research-led teaching in any branch of economic history. Candidates should be able to contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and ideally have a demonstrated ability to teach in other related areas of economics (e.g. applied econometrics, macroeconomics or history of economic thought).
- To apply, please register with the King’s College London application portal and complete your application online. Please ensure you have uploaded your CV as well as the personal statement before submitting your completed application. Applications with no CV attached will not be considered. We do not accept academic articles either published or in draft form as part of the application process. We will ask for this information only from shortlisted candidates.
- The selection process will take place by Interviews process will consist of a presentation to DPE Department staff and research students, followed by an interview with the selection panel.
- Deadline: 22 Sept. 2019
Northwestern University (USA:IL) - [Senior Hire][edit | edit source]
- Associate or Full professorship in Economic History, to begin Sept. 2021
- Duties include teaching, research, advising graduate students, as well as organizing and participating in the activities of the Northwestern Center for Economic History. Candidates at the rank of Associate or Full Professor must have attained international prominence in their field. Primary considerations for all faculty positions will be an outstanding research record, excellent recommendations, and teaching ability. Our primary goal is to identify outstanding candidates.
- Please apply at https://www.econjobmarket.org/. All correspondence should be addressed to Professor Joseph Ferrie, chair, Economics Department, Northwestern University.
- For full consideration: 29 Feb. 2020
Université du québec a Trois-Rivières - Contemporary Economic[edit | edit source]
- tenure-track position in Contemporary Economic History of Canada,
- See full posting (link above) at North American History 2019-20
- Assistant Professorship in Economic History, to begin Sept. 2020
- Duties of the Assistant Professor position will include teaching and supervision responsibilities within the department and undertaking independent research within the field of economic history.
- Candidates have excellent teaching skills to contribute to the courses in the BSc and MSc programmes offered by the department, in particular Economic History, Business History, and History of Economic Thought, and including the supervision of bachelor’s and master’s theses. Candidates have the ability to conduct original research and to publish in high-ranked international journals. He/she has a track record of high-quality academic research and is internationally recognized. Time for research will be allocated according to standardized faculty procedures.
- To qualify candidates should have: PhD in Economic History or a relevant field of Economics; proven interest and ability in developing courses and teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level and in mentoring students; a University Teaching Qualification or willingness to obtain this qualification; expertise in the above mentioned fields demonstrated by the ability (or the potential) to publish in international academic peer-reviewed journals; an international network; proficiency in English; organisational qualities and excellent social and communication skills; the potential to generate external funding for research projects.
- Application Please send your application to us, by submitting the following requested documents: a motivation letter. a complete curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation , ne self-selected “best paper”, a short statement of your teaching and research accomplishments and future teaching and research goals.
- please see: https://www.rug.nl/about-ug/work-with-us/job-opportunities/?reply=00347-02S0007QLP
- Deadline: 14 Jun. 2020
University of Oxford (UK:Eng) - Senior Hire[edit | edit source]
- Chichele Professorship of Economic History, to begin 1 Sept 2020
- The University of Oxford intends to appoint a distinguished economic historian to the Chichele Professorship of Economic History. You will play a crucial role in helping to lead our high-powered research cluster in this field, and in delivering our very successful Master’s programmes in Economic and Social History.
- You may specialise in any aspect of economic history from any period and region, but will have wide interests in the field, an excellent record of innovative research and publications, and the capacity to lead and inspire others working in economic and social history more broadly.
- Deadline: noon 13 Jan. 2020
Educational[edit | edit source]
New York University (USA:NY) - [Open Rank][edit | edit source]
- Associate or Full Professor position in the History of Education to begin in September 2020
- The specific History of Education field of specialization is open. We are particularly interested in candidates whose work focuses on a specific sub-field of the history of education, who has a demonstrated capacity to work with both historians and educators, and whose interests are broad and span both fields and more.
- The successful candidate should have an earned doctorate in the history of education, or a related field such as a doctorate in history with a specialization in the history of education
- The successful candidate will be expected to play a leadership role in the department’s doctoral program in the History of Education as well as be committed to deep-level curriculum revision of doctoral and master’s programs, undergraduate teaching, and cross-departmental work. The candidate will also be expected to provide cross-departmental leadership and interdisciplinary collaboration in linking the History of Education program more closely with other programs in the department, School, and University. Candidates should have a distinguished record of scholarship and teaching.
- Please apply online through Interfolio with a letter of application, curriculum vitae, three samples of scholarly writing, research statement, teaching statement and evidence of teaching experience (syllabi, course evaluations, or other examples), diversity statement (describing how you address diversity and inclusion in the scope of your teaching and broader work), and the names and addresses of three individuals from whom letters of recommendations could be solicited.
- Additional information about the position can be obtained from James Fraser, Professor of History & Education at email@example.com.
- review begins immediately [ad posted 10 Oct] and continues until position filled.
Environmental[edit | edit source]
Bemidji State University (USA:MN) - US, World & Environmental[edit | edit source]
- Assistant professorship in History
- Teaching Load: 4 three credit courses/semester "(three or four preparations)" "Teach courses in Environmental History, Post-Civil War American History, and Non-European World History. The incumbent would be expected to teach courses that would include, but are not limited to World History II survey (1500 to present), the US History I survey and/or the US History II survey (divided at 1877), a survey in Environmental History, and a range of upper-division world history courses."
- See full posting (link above) at North_American_History_2019-20
- Open-ended lectureship in Environmental History, to begin Jan 2020
- You will possess a record or potential for excellence in research in any field of Environmental History and evidence of high-quality teaching at undergraduate level. Scholars with expertise in South and Central America, the Caribbean, Africa or Asia, as well as a track record of community engagement, public history and/or creative digital practice are particularly encouraged to apply.
- For informal enquiries regarding this post, please contact Professor James Hegarty (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Professor Mary Heimann (HeimannM@cardiff.ac.uk)
- Deadline: 2 Dec. 2019
Contacted for interview/shortlisted [23 Jan] x2
Hamilton College (USA:NY) - transnational [non-TT][edit | edit source]
- 2-year position with the possibility of renewal for another two years at the rank of visiting Assistant Professor of environmental history to begin July 1, 2020
- The department is especially interested in applicants with transnational or global expertise that complements the current fields of the department
- A Ph.D. in History, Environmental Studies, or related fields is required, but ABDs very close to completing their dissertation at the time of application may be considered.
- Teaching Load: 5 courses/year lower- and upper-level history courses in his or her area of specialization, contribute to the Environmental Studies program, and build curricular bridges to other departments, whether in the natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, or arts
- Candidates should send their letters of application, graduate-school transcripts, syllabi and related materials for at least two proposed courses, one writing sample, and CVs to Interfolio at apply.interfolio.com/49566.
- Deadline: 14 Dec. 2019 Candidates will be asked to submit three confidential letters of recommendation at a later date.
Indiana University, Bloomington (USA:IN) - [Open Rank] US[edit | edit source]
- Full, Assistant or Associate Professorship in US Environmental History beginning August 1, 2020
- See full posting (link above) at North American History 2019-20
- [11 Dec] Rejection received
- Tenure track assistant professorship in Environmental History, to begin 1 Jul 202
- Candidates working on any time period and area of the world are invited to apply.
- A successful candidate must have received a Ph.D. or expect to do so by September 1, 2020. Applicants at the dissertation stage should be in a position to share a complete draft of the dissertation by November 1, 2019.
- To apply, please submit a cover letter, c.v., and a statement outlining current research interests (of no more than two single-spaced pages) ...The search committee expects to conduct first-round interviews through a videoconferencing platform. Applications should be submitted through the interfolio website: apply.interfolio.com/65449 Please do not send material by email.
- Deadline: 1 Oct. 2019
- Has anyone heard anything?
- Nothing here [Oct 28]
- "Other applicants were better suited for this position." Good luck to those moving forward. [Oct 29] x2
- Request for writing sample, letters, and interview [Oct 29]
- Anybody else who has gotten neither a rejection nor a request for more materials? [Oct 29] --> update: I emailed the department about this and pretty quickly received a rejection so maybe it was some kind of website glitch but odd the rest of you haven't heard so who knows [Oct 30]
- That's me! [Oct 29] (x1) -- (apologies for a previous posting. I confused this with the urban history job below...)
- Did you hear via email? My interfolio account now has a section to upload a writing sample and reference letters but I didn't receive any communication directly... [Nov 2] X2. [Nov 2] Does Interfolio allow you to upload the documents? I just checked and I have the same request. The writing sample prompt asks for a sample by November 1st, but I never received a notification/email communication and I don't have the option to upload a document. It just requests a writing sample and letters with no "upload" button.
- [3 Nov] OP here - yeah, my interfolio account had those sections, but no buttons, same thing. I think this is probably just some weird feature where those sections were only enabled (with the "add" button) for people who were actually shortlisted. When I emailed the department I then got an automated interfolio-generated rejection, so I would guess this is a broader problem but you could always email them to find out too.
- Nov. 3 - I also originally had my interfolio account receive the request without additional communication. When I emailed the department to ask, the request was withdrawn within a couple of hours with no other communication.
- [19 Nov] Any updates since video conference interview?
- [20 Nov} kind personalized rejection email
- Tenure track assistant professorship in Environmental History in U.S. and North American environmental history.
- We are interested in candidates whose work engages such areas as environmental health, racial justice, racial capitalism, urban life, and forms of resistance. Time period of a candidate's research is open, inclusive of colonial histories. The successful candidate will demonstrate a commitment to innovative approaches to introductory courses as part of the curriculum in U.S. history in the Claremont consortium of undergraduate colleges.
- A complete application will include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, selected evidence of excellence in teaching and research, statement of teaching philosophy, a research statement, a graduate school transcript, and three letters of recommendation. Candidates should also submit a statement in which they address how their cultural, experiential, and/or academic background contributes to the understanding of diversity at the College.
- For full consideration: 1 Oct. 2019
- [30 Oct] Any News? (10/30)
- Nothing Here [Oct. 30]
- Any updates? [Nov. 15]
- Nothing [Nov. 18]
- Still nothing? [Nov. 26]
- nothing here (Nov. 27) x1
- [4 Dec] Has anybody heard anything from them at all?
- [4 Dec] I got an email from them mid-November asking me to submit a piece of the application that hadn't made it through on the first try (but was part of the originally requested materials). I read that as they were still working through initial applications.
- [11 Dec] Received e-mail to schedule zoom interview x2
- Any updates since Zoom interviews?
- [15 Jan] Received an email about search timeline--wider group of faculty will select candidates for campus visits on 31 January.
- [3 Feb] Any news on this one?
- [3 Feb] Nothing here
- [5 Feb] On-campus interviews scheduled
- Full time tenure track assistant professorship in Environmental History
- The department welcomes applications from candidates in all chronological and regional fields, but has a particular interest in scholars committed to teaching about climate history, including anthropogenic climate change
- PhD must be in hand by start date
- Applicants should upload the following materials to http://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/97875: A cover letter addressed to Professor Toby Jones, Search Committee Chair; a CV; brief statements on research and teaching; the names and e-mail addresses of three referees; and an article-length writing sample.
- Deadline: 1 Oct. 2019
- Update, [30 Oct]: Received request for a skype interview
- Update, [9 Nov]: Did my skype interview and was rejected the next day. A really kind rejection though! Best of luck to those who got campus interviews.
- Offers made [early January]
- Offer accepted [22 Jan 2020]
- Tenure track assistant professorship in Environmental History, to begin Fall 2020
- Candidates should be specialists in Environmental History (regional specializations of modern Europe, Latin America, Asia, or Africa preferred). They should have a demonstrated expertise in both environmental history and their regional specialization and will be expected to teach courses in these areas. The successful candidate for this position will be a key faculty member in the department's proposed Environmental Studies major. Therefore, candidates should have a broad background in environmental studies both at the general and at the research level
- Specific courses that candidates must be able to teach will include: an upper division Introduction to Environmental Studies course, a course on Environmental World history (1500-present), and a course on Modern Global Environments (20th-21st Century). In addition, candidates should also have a demonstrated ability or interest in developing internship opportunities relating to environmental studies with organizations in Long Island or the greater New York area. Candidates should also be able to teach other departmental offerings such as historiography, and senior seminar.
- Ph.D. in History or closely related field. (ABD will be considered with Ph.D. in hand by August 1, 2020).
- Please submit the following online at: https://oldwestbury.interviewexchange.com: letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, statement of research interest, contact information (name, email address and telephone number) for three (3) references, a fully completed Old Westbury employment application (available during the online application process). Only applications submitted online will be considered.
- Review begins: 21 Oct. 2019
- [16 Nov] Request for skype interview (x2)
Trinity College Dublin (IRL) - [Non-TT][edit | edit source]
- 1 year assistant professorship in Environmental History, to begin 1 Aug. 2020
- The Department of History, Trinity College Dublin, is seeking to appoint an Assistant Professor in Environmental History for approximately 12 months from August 2020. This post arises from IRC-funded research leave.
- The successful applicant will maintain and enhance existing offerings in environmental history. The post will develop an additional sophister module and contribute to the existing popular environmental history thematic strand in our freshman module. Starting in 2020/21 Trinity will offer the first ever MPhil degree course in environmental history, and this post will contribute both to the core module on methods and approaches, and contribute an additional specialised module. This will ensure that a coherent pathway exists for students wishing to pursue the study of environmental history from Freshman through to postgraduate levels.
- Application Information Applications will only be accepted through e-Recruitment and should include: Cover Letter (1 x A4 page); A comprehensive curriculum vitae, including a full list of publications; The names and contact details (i.e. addresses, e-mail, etc.) of three referees; A research plan (summarising research to be carried out in the next two years and including details of funding to be sought - 2 pages) and a teaching statement (summarising teaching experience and approach – 2 pages)
- Please note: Candidates who do not address the application requirements above will not be considered at the short list stage. Candidates should note that the interview process for this appointment may include the delivery of a presentation and may include a test of practical skills.
- Deadline: 4 Mar. 2020
- Tenure track assistant professorship in Environmental History, to begin on or after 1 Jul. 2020
- Specialization is open in terms of area and period. The department especially welcomes candidates working from a global, imperial, or transnational perspective.
- Candidates must have Ph.D. in hand by the start of the appointment.
- Applicants must apply online at the University of Chicago’s Academic Recruitment job board at http://apply.interfolio.com/65689 and include 1) a cover letter, 2) a curriculum vitae, 3) a research statement 4) a teaching statement 5) an article or chapter-length writing sample, and 6) three letters of reference.
- Review begins: 1 Sept. 2019 and early submission is encouraged
- [16 Oct] Anybody heard anything?
- [18 Oct] Nothing here
- [16 Oct] Request for more materials
- What more materials could they possibly ask for? The initial application called for a pretty lengthy list.
- [Nov 3] Anyone heard any updates since request for more materials? I was asked to send additional materials (dissertation/book manuscript) on 10/15 but haven't heard anything since.
- [Nov 4] Nothing here (also asked to send dissertation/book manuscript on 10/16) x3
- [Nov 14] Any updates?
- [Nov 19] Skype interview invitation x2
- [13 Dec] kind rejection email (I had sent more materials but didn't get a Skype interview)
- Tenure track assistant professor of Environmental History, to begin 16 Aug. 2020
- Specialization is open in terms of geographic area and period.
- All requirements for the Ph.D. in History, or related field, with specialization in environmental history must be complete, with the exception of defense of dissertation, at time of application.
- Teaching load: 3/3 (presumes an active and ongoing research agenda, for which the university provides significant support) The position requires teaching in environmental history as well as teaching HST 103: The West and the World, an introductory course in historical study and the department’s contribution to the university’s first year Humanities Commons Program.
- For the complete list of qualifications and to apply please see the job posting on our website at http://employment.udayton.edu/cw/en-us/job/497490/assistant-professor-specializing-in-environmental-history Please email email@example.com with any questions. A complete application consists of a Letter of Application, CV, a list of three References, and copy of unofficial Graduate Transcript(s). If evidence of teaching effectiveness (student and/or peer evaluations) is available please upload. If you do not currently hold your Ph.D., you must also submit a letter from your Ph.D. advisor stating your expected defense date and graduation
- Deadline: 31 Oct. 2019
- [11 nov] request for video interview
- (12 Dec) any word on campus visit
- (13 Dec) I'd like to know too; I think they said two weeks or so past interview, around early december but still nothing
- (14 dec) no word here either; they told me they'd decide during the 2nd week of december so i assumed i didn't get an invite...
- (15 dec) rejection e-mail (x2)
- (19 Jan) they are doing campus visits in January; candidates have been notified.
University of Haifa (ISR) - [Open Rank] Environmental History of the Mediterranean[edit | edit source]
- Tenure track open rank position in Mediterranean history (prehistory to 1800)
- We are looking for candidates with proven academic excellence in their respective fields of expertise, together with an extensive background in Mediterranean studies; a fully-developed Mediterraneanist approach guiding their research; and proven interest in environmental issues in the history of the Mediterranean. While the candidate should be firmly rooted within the historical discipline, additional background in supporting social and natural scientific fields, such as biology, geology, geography, ecology, etc., is a distinct advantage.
- The position is open to any rank. Applicants must have a Ph.D. and a demonstrable commitment to both teaching and research.
- Teaching Load: 4 courses/year (undergraduate, graduate), supervise theses, and carry usual nonteaching duties. Primary teaching language (eventually): Hebrew. Salary according to scale. Position beginning October 2020. We expect the successful candidate to take a leading role in the work of HCMH. Ideally, the candidate will be affiliated to both HCMH (in the framework of the School of History) and a relevant department.
- Please submit a dossier including: CV and list of publications; short past and future research profile; sample of writing (up to 8,000 words). Application materials in PDF should be emailed to Ms. Shiri Barnhart, HCMH administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please have three references sent directly to this address.
- For full consideration: 31 Oct. 2019
University of Victoria (CAN) - Climate and/or Ocean[edit | edit source]
- Tenure eligible Assistant or Associate Professor, for a Canada Research Chair (CRC) Tier 2 (early career) in Climate and/or Ocean History, to begin 1 Jan 2021
- The successful candidate will bring a significant and innovative program of research and graduate supervision in the area of climate and/or ocean history and a demonstrated commitment to interdisciplinarity and collaborative research. They will teach courses on Environmental and Climate/Ocean history cross-listed between History and Environmental Studies, and supervise graduate students in both units. In addition, the holder of this chair will play a leading role in framing research initiatives and collaborative grant applications connecting the environmental humanities to related research in the sciences and social sciences.
- Candidates will be evaluated on the following criteria. The successful candidate will have a PhD; will be an emerging world-class researcher in the field of Climate and/or Ocean History who demonstrates particular research creativity; will have a commitment to interdisciplinarity and collaborative research; and will be proposing an original, innovative research program of high quality with the potential to achieve international recognition. The successful candidate will offer evidence of high-quality teaching and supervision, including support of diversity and inclusiveness.
- Tier 2 CRC Chairs are one of Canada’s premier early career recognition and recruitment programs and are intended for exceptional emerging scholars (i.e., candidates must have been an activeresearcher in their field for fewer than 10 years at the time of nomination). Applicants who are more than 10 years from having earned their highest degree (and where career breaks exist) may have their eligibility for a Tier 2 Chair assessed through the program’s Tier 2 justification process. For more information on the CRC program generally and on eligibility specifically, please consult the Canada Research Chairs website.
- Candidates should submit: a cover letter describing how their work meets the advertised criteria and will complement the existing strengths of the two units; CV; up to 4-page statement of current and future research; 2-page statement on teaching experience, teaching philosophy, and their track record of supporting diversity and inclusiveness in teaching and research; and contact information for three referees, all in a single pdf file, to John Lutz, Chair of the Search Committee, at email@example.com.
- Deadline: 17 Feb. 2020 - The successful candidate will apply to the CRC competition with departmental support in September 2020.
Gender/Women's/Sexuality[edit | edit source]
- Tenure-track assistant-rank professorship in the history of gender and/or sexuality, with an anticipated start date on or about July 1, 2020
- Open to scholars in any geographic or chronological field, as well as transnational historians. We are particularly interested in applicants whose work is deeply engaged with and contributes to one or more of the following: feminist, queer, gender, queer-of-color, and trans theories/studies
- Ph.D. required in history or in a related field with a historical focus (such as Gender and Sexuality Studies).
- Please submit a cover letter, CV, writing sample, research statement, and three letters of reference online via Interfolio at http://apply.interfolio.com/69113.
- Review begins: 1 Nov. 2019 and continues until position filled
- 2 Nov - Request for additional materials
- Has anyone heard since Nov. 2?
- I also had a materials request sometime after 2 Nov.; in the email, the chair said they were hoping to call candidates about interviews this week. I haven't heard anything, though.
- [18 Dec] Anyone heard anything?
University of Bristol (UK:Eng) - [Non-TT][edit | edit source]
- Full-time fixed term contract (18 months) Lecturership in the History of Sexuality and Gender, to begin January 2020
- The successful candidate will have expertise in the History of Sexuality and Gender, the desirable ability to teach both British and European contexts, and will be expected to convene the Third Year Special Subject, HIST30024 Repressed or Risque?: Victorian Sex and Sexuality. The successful candidate will also contribute to the team-taught unit HIST20113 Progress or Peril?: The History of Science, Technology, and Medicine, HIST13015 Approaching the Past and a revised version of HIST38011 Sexualities. The successful candidate will also supervise undergraduate dissertations, and undertake other teaching and administrative duties as appropriate.
- Unit descriptions for all the above units are available at https://www.bris.ac.uk/unit-programme-catalogue/Welcome.jsa
- SHORT Deadline: 20 Dec. 2019
- Interviews are likely to take place in early January. As part of the interview you will be asked to make an informal presentation, for up to 10 minutes, discussing how they would approach convening the Special Subject unit Repressed or Risque.
University College Cork (IRL) - Senior Hire[edit | edit source]
Readvertised 12 May with new deadline: https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/CAA602/professor-of-irish-gender-history-and-professor-of-microbiome-and-health-science
- Full Professor in Irish Gender History
- UCC were recently successful in securing a Professorship of Irish Gender History under the Senior Academic Leadership Initiative (SALI). The SALI scheme was announced by the Irish government towards the end of last year and aims to help achieve equality in the higher education sector. The key objective is to attract female applicants in order to help address serious gender imbalances in Irish Higher Education Institutions.
- Reporting to the Head of School, the Professor will provide teaching at all levels and research in the area of Irish Gender History. The candidate will be expected to play a major role and be responsive to the needs of the School in terms of academic leadership, teaching, research, administration and external income generation. The candidate will be expected to assume leadership roles of various strategic initiatives planned by the School (in collaboration with other Schools) and College, and may in due course serve as Head of School.
- Applicants are required to include the following as part of their application: A recent curriculum vitae; A covering letter indicating how you meet the criteria outlined in the job description; The applicant statement per section 3.1; A document providing details using the following headings if applicable: Publications, Research Interests, Teaching Interests & Abilities
- For informal enquiries please contact Professor Chris Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Deadline: noon (local time)
30 Apr. 202031 May 2020
- Cross posted to European History 2019-20
The University of Edinburgh (UK:Scot) - Modern excl. Britain[edit | edit source]
- Lecturer (~tenured asst/assoc prof) in Modern (post-1750) Gender History
- Any regional specialisation would be welcomed, with the exclusion of the British Isles.
- We are looking for an outstanding academic teacher with a strong, high quality publication record. The appointee will be expected to teach across the full range of History undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, contributing to teaching on pre-honours courses, offering Honours courses and postgraduate courses in modern gender history, contributing to core courses at pre-honours, Honours and PG level, and supervising postgraduate research students.
- apply online
- Deadline: 5pm (gmt) 11 Dec. 2019
- University Professor of Gender History
- Responsibilities include: Representation the subject of “Gender History” both in research and teaching with a focus on “Methodology and Theories of Gender Studies” and “Methodology and Theories of History”. Research priorities can be pursued in all epochs, in European and non-European History, except in Ancient History; Active participation in the interfaculty Research Area “Center for Gender Studies Innsbruck (CGI)”; Participation in research projects within the context of Gender History and Gender Studies.
- Employment Requirements include: Relevant teaching authorisation (habilitation or equivalent qualification), publications in leading international peer-reviewed academic journals, involvement in international research, relevant academic experience abroad, in acquiring and managing external research funds.
- Applications with the usual documents (in particular curriculum vitae, list of publications, description of completed, ongoing and planned research activities, the five most important papers) must have arrived in electronic form by 04.03.2020 at the following address: Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck, Fakultäten Servicestelle, Standort Innrain 52f, A-6020 Innsbruck (email@example.com).
- SHORT Deadline: 4 Mar. 2020
University of Maine (USA:ME) - Women's, Gender, & Sexuality[edit | edit source]
- tenure-track, academic-year, assistant professor in History and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGS) with a specialization in the modern transnational history of women
- The candidate should specialize in one or more regions outside North America. Qualified scholars should focus on aspects of race, class, ethnicity, nationality, or citizenship and employ feminist approaches and methodologies.
- A PhD in History, or a closely related field, by the time of appointment is required.
- Teaching Load: 4 courses/year This teaching load is evenly split between WGS and History. For WGS, courses would likely include WGS 101 as well as offerings in global gender politics, transnational feminisms, and the methodologies of women’s studies and gender analysis. For History, the candidate would teach courses related to the global modern history of women and gender, transnational social history, and areas specific to their research geography. This person will also teach graduate courses and chair and serve on graduate committees. An interest and skill in facilitating dialogues across diverse perspectives is desired. The development of a productive research agenda, along with service to the History department, WGS program, college, and university will be expected. A successful application will show evidence of both scholarship and thoughtful approaches to teaching.
- To apply, submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy, and the names of three references with contact information. Further materials, such as transcripts, writing samples, and letters of recommendation, may subsequently be requested. Materials must be submitted via HireTouch (http://umaine.hiretouch.com) “Apply For Position.” You will need to create a profile and application. Incomplete applications cannot be considered. Appropriate background checks are required.
- For questions about the search, please contact WGS director Susan Gardner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- review begins: 15 Nov. 2019
- I REALLY want this or Nevada. Any movement?
- [2 Dec] Request for an online interview
- [Jan. 10] Email notification that search was cancelled.
University of Nevada (USA:NV) - Twentieth-Century Gender/Women’s/Sexuality[edit | edit source]
- Tenure track assistant Professorship in Twentieth-Century Gender/Women’s/Sexuality History, with expertise in Oral History and an emphasis on the Americas since 1945
- Applicants whose research links the United States to other parts of the world in connective or comparative ways are especially welcome. The successful candidate will complement and expand the strength of the history faculty by making contributions to the undergraduate, graduate, and Public History programs.
- This position requires a Ph.D. in History, or a closely related field, from a regionally accredited college or university and experience in the field of Public History. Credentials must be obtained prior to the start of employment.
- Submit a letter of application, a detailed Curriculum Vitae, and three letters of recommendation that address the candidate’s scholarship, Public History work, teaching experience, and other qualifications. ...Materials should be addressed to Dr. Elizabeth White Nelson, Search Committee Chair, and are to be submitted online as we do not accept emailed materials. For assistance with the application process, please contact UNLV Human Resources at (702) 895-3504 or email@example.com.
- Review begins: 15 Nov. 2019 but position is open until filled
- I REALLY want this or Maine. Any movement?
- [2 Dec] No news here
- There were problems with the online submission system, which meant that letters of recommendation (and possibly other documents?) weren't uploaded right the first time around.
- How did you find out there were problems with their submission system? Were you contacted to re-upload documents? [Yes -- none of my letters had uploaded properly, so the search chair emailed. They switched over to a new portal/submission system this year, she wrote.] Cool, thanks for that info. I had a separate communication with her because I sent my letters via Interfolio.
- [10 Dec.]: Has anyone heard anything from the search committee?
- 12 Dec: interview & additional material request [x2]
- This interview was like taking comps all over again. I hope others did better than I did!
[1 Feb] any news yet?
- [Feb 5] still no news here
- [Feb 7] none here either, has anyone heard back after first round interviews?
- Nothing here, but they said in my interview that it could take some time because of their HR process.
- I know someone who was invited for a campus visit. [Do you know when the invite went out?] Yeah- one week after the interviews. 24 Jan I think? [x2]
- [Feb 20] Campus visits happened the first two weeks of Feb. I was told committee would be meeting to decide Wednesday (yesterday, 2/19). Received strange update from Workday hr system requiring "disclosure of criminal convictions" and an email saying the application "progressed in the recruitment process" but no further info or news from search committee chair.
- [Feb 21] Offer extended
- Congratulations to whomever got the offer!
- [March 25] email stating that 'recruitment for this position was cancelled'
University of Oxford (UK:Eng) - [Senior Hire][edit | edit source]
- The Hillary Rodham Clinton Chair of Women’s History from October 2020, at the latest.
- The inaugural Hillary Rodham Clinton Chair of Women’s History will be undertaking outstanding, pioneering research. You may specialise in any aspect of women’s history from any period and region after 250 CE, and you will have: broad interests in the field; an excellent record of innovative research and publications; the capacity to lead and inspire others; and an ability to communicate the importance of women’s history to a wide public. Above all you will be a major historian and intellectual with outstanding publications. Further, you will be a champion for women’s history both externally and internally. You will be expected to lead the development of major new projects in the future which will support the growth of the field, including funded grant applications, workshops, course design, public events and outreach, broadly defined.
- For further details and information on how to apply, please see https://candidates.perrettlaver.com/vacancies/ quoting reference 4622
- Deadline: noon GMT 6 Apr. 2020
- Familiarisation visits will take place on the 28th May and Formal interviews will take place on the 29th May in Oxford.
Intellectual[edit | edit source]
European University Institute (ITL) - Senior Hire[edit | edit source]
- Chair in Intellectual History (Renaissance to the present)
- The European University Institute is looking for candidates with a distinguished record of scholarly publications and experience in postgraduate teaching and doctoral supervision
- The Department of History and Civilization welcomes applications from candidates with an expertise in intellectual history, broadly understood, both European and global.
- Deadline: 27 Feb. 2020
Princeton University (USA:NJ) - European[edit | edit source]
- Associate professorship in European Intellectual History, to begin 1 Jul. 2020
- see full posting (link above) at European History 2019-20
University of Cambridge (UK:Eng) - [non-TT] political thought c.1750-1890[edit | edit source]
- Three year temporary University Lecturer in the history of political thought, c. 1750 - c. 1890, to begin 1 Oct. 2020
- The post-holder will teach at both undergraduate and Masters levels. In particular they will be expected to: contribute to teaching for Part I of the Historical Tripos on Paper 20 (History of Political Thought c. 1700 - c. 1890) in 2020-21 and relevant papers in the new Part I of the Tripos due to be launched in 2021-2. They will contribute to teaching on Part II of the Historical Tripos on Paper 6 (States between States: The History of International Political Thought from the Roman Empire to the Early Nineteenth Century). They will supervise final year undergraduate dissertations; offer modules and supervise individual students in the MPhil in Political Thought and Intellectual History; and, if necessary, contribute to PhD training courses. Furthermore, the post-holder will be required to examine at all levels and to take their share of Faculty administration.
- To apply online for this vacancy and to view further information about the role, please visit : http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/24356.
- Applicants seeking further information about the post are invited to contact Professor Alexandra Walsham, Chair of the Faculty of History: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any queries regarding the application process please contact Joanne Pearson, HR Administrator, Tel: +44 (0)1223 335350, Email: email@example.com Please quote reference JJ21728 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
- Deadline: 2 Mar. 2020
Legal/Law[edit | edit source]
Maritime[edit | edit source]
Williams College (USA:CT) - [Non-TT][edit | edit source]
- This is a renewable Williams College faculty position, with an initial three-year appointment beginning July 1, 2020. Promotion to Associate Professor with renewable five-year terms is possible after 2 three-year terms.
- We seek applications from those with a PhD in history or a history-related field (by August 2020)
- You should write in your cover letter about your scholarly endeavors as well as your ability to work effectively with a student population that is broadly diverse with regard to gender, race, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, and religion. Please also provide detailed commentary about your teaching experience, and especially about any experience you have in working in a highly collaborative and experiential learning environment. All materials should be addressed to Tom Van Winkle, Executive Director, and must be submitted through Interfolio using this link:http://apply.interfolio.com/68820. Preliminary inquiries may be directed to Mary O’Loughlin, Deputy Director (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Deadline: 1 Nov. 2019
- Semi-finalists for this position will be invited in November or December to participate in a videoconference interview, and will also be asked to provide three letters of reference. Finalists will be invited for a campus interview in December, in Mystic.
- [19 Nov] Have videoconference invitations been issued to semifinalists yet?
- No word yet here but that could be a bad sign [10 Dec]
- Anyone have news?
- I asked and was told that finalists have been selected [9 Jan]
- [22 Jan] Received email that position has been filled
Military/War[edit | edit source]
- Tenure track assistant professorship in Military History
- Ph.D. by date of employment is strongly preferred.
- The applicant should be able to teach a variety of military history topics, which can include airpower and naval warfare. The candidate will have the opportunity to help develop our new online MA in military history. Teaching responsibilities may also include upper-level, face-to-face graduate, and general education courses.
- Interested applicants should use the official online application website at http://www.citadel.edu/careers/. A complete c.v., transcripts, and three letters of recommendation can also be uploaded to your application OR you can send those materials to Professor Kyle Sinisi, Department of History, The Citadel, 171 Moultrie St., Charleston, SC 29409
- Deadline: 1 Nov. 2019
- Preliminary interviews will be conducted by Skype in late November or early December.
- Invited for Skype interview
Idaho State University (USA: ID) - US Military History[edit | edit source]
- Online Adjunct position
- M.A. minimum qualification; PhD preferred
- The Department of History at Idaho State University requires an online adjunct instructor to teach US Military History for spring semester 2020.
- The course will be delivered entirely online through the Moodle course platform. The instructor is not required to reside near the university.
- Applicants are invited to send a CV and a syllabus or a CV and a brief overview of they would teach the course, to Dr. Justin D. Stover at email@example.com with “US MILITARY HISTORY POSITION” in the subject line.
- Deadline: 1 November 2019
- Course description: HIST 4420/MSL 3320: Leadership in US Military History: Introduction to American military experience. Personal and military examples of changes made as a result of lessons learned from history. Accounts from major wars and battles throughout U.S. history are described to focus on how leadership decisions affected the success or failure of military operations
- nine-month, tenure track Assistant Professor of Military History, to begin Aug. 2020
- We welcome applications representing all thematic and methodological approaches to the history of armed conflict, and expertise in all regions and chronological periods.
- The successful applicant will teach a course on the American military experience, upper-level courses in the history of war, and the general education survey in either world or American history. Faculty teach courses in a variety of modalities, including face-to-face, hybrid and online
- For a full description of this position, application deadlines, and application procedures, visit https://facultyjobs.kennesaw.edu.
- deadline: not stated in ad (ad expires 24 Oct.)
Skype Interview (30 October) and a rejection email (11 November)
- full-time renewable appointments at the rank of assistant professor (up to 2 positions).
- Applicants should possess and demonstrate the capability to teach in one of the core (general-education) history courses offered to all USAF Academy students. The Department of History teaches core courses in both military history and world history. The selectee for this position will also teach upper-division courses in their military history specialty. In particular, the department desires applicants with expertise in one of the following specialties: the history of air power, the history of technology and warfare, or unconventional warfare, including (but not necessarily limited to) low-intensity conflict, insurgency, and counterinsurgency. The selectee will also have responsibility for lesson planning and preparation, course instruction, grading, class exercises, exams, assessment, academic advising, and service on departmental and USAF Academy committees.
- For complete details on the requirements for positions as an assistant professor of history, and to make an application, please go to the official announcement by following the link: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/542790100
- Deadline: 1 Nov. 2019
- [10 Dec] Anyone hear anything about this?
- [11 Dec] Recieved a system email that I was referred to hiring manager on Nov 29, but nothing since.
- Me too. Should be after the new year to hear anything.
- 14 Jan. Anyone hear anything?
- [4 Feb] Has anyone heard anything about this? I'm going to bet someone active duty gets the position and they aren't aware of the wiki
- [Feb 12] I had a phone interview on 1/24 - havent heard anything since
- [Feb 27] campus interview concluded. Waiting for decision
- [10 Dec] Anyone hear anything about this?
Philosophy[edit | edit source]
Politics[edit | edit source]
Universiteit Utrecht (NDL) - modern or contemporary European political history[edit | edit source]
- Assistant Professor in Political History
- We are looking for applicants specialised in modern or contemporary European political history, ideally with a focus on any of the following themes: the relationship between gender and politics; the history of democracy and its discontent; the history of multiculturalism and citizenship; the history of colonialism or imperialism; the history of environmental activism; or the history of political ideas. In addition, we are also particularly interested in candidates who can help us expand our scope to the history of the Mediterranean, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, Britain, comparative history, and/or (post)colonial states. Female candidates are especially encouraged to apply.
- You have: experience with and enthusiasm for teaching undergraduate students at all levels; a PhD degree in history or a related field;the ability to contribute to research-led postgraduate courses and to assist in the recruitment of postgraduate students; a record (appropriate to your career stage) of publications that demonstrates the ability to conduct research that is internationally excellent in significance, originality and rigour; a realistic medium-term research plan, addressing substantial historical problems and aiming for publications in leading journals, and holding the promise of winning external funding for research; readiness to engage with non-academic research users and to assist in developing the impact of historical research beyond the university sector; the ability to play a role in departmental management and to contribute fully to the academic life of the department.
- Candidates are expected to be versatile in both Dutch and English; non-Dutch candidates will need to master the Dutch language on an academic level within two years
- For more information about this position, please contact: Prof Annelien de Dijn (Group Head), via firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Applications should address each of the criteria, and include the following documents: a cover letter (max. 500 words); a curriculum vitae; a statement of research (max. 750 words); a key publication; names and contact details of two referees.
- Please use this link to apply. Initial interviews may be conducted over Skype.
- Deadline: 15 Feb. 2020
- Candidates who make the shortlist will be interviewed in person in Utrecht. The interviews will be scheduled in March-April 2020.
Public[edit | edit source]
- Tenure track assistant professorship in public history, to begin Aug. 2020
- Primary responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in public history, directing internships in public history and teaching in other areas of specialization, as well as survey courses in either United States or World history.
- PhD must be in hand by 10 Aug. 2020
- Apply online at: http://bsu.peopleadmin.com/postings/18232 . Include the following documents with your application: curriculum vitae, writing sample and cover letter addressed to Dr. Douglas Seefeldt. Three letters of recommendation will be required of finalists. Although the option to upload copies of transcripts is available in the application, an official, original transcript showing the highest related degree earned is required at time of hire, even if obtained at Ball State University. Additionally, a degree verification will be ordered at time of hire.
- Review begins immediately [ad posted 12 Aug] with a deadline of 19 Oct. 2019
- [Nov 11] News?
- Request for webex interview [Nov 12]
- Any news since webex interviews?
- I had a webex interview and haven't heard anything yet [Jan 26]
- full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor position.
- The position will focus on public history, with a preference for a specialization in digital history. Secondary specialization is open to any field.
- Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D. (or completed requirements for the Ph.D) in History or closely related degree with a history focus (e.g., African American Studies, American Studies, Latino Studies, Public History, Women Studies, area studies) by the time of application; formal graduate training in public history (i.e., graduate- level or post-graduate coursework, publications in peer-reviewed public history venues) or at least three years of full-time employment working in a historical venues) or at least three years of full-time employment working in a historical organization or museum; experience in teaching at the collegiate level; evidence of scholarly writing or creative activity that results in publication(s) in peer-reviewed venues, presentation(s) at national-level professional conferences, professionally reviewed public history project(s), or successful grantmanship. Preferred qualifications include: peer-reviewed publication(s); collegiate teaching experience as an instructor of record in history; experience developing and executing public history projects; and experience developing and executing digital history projects.
- Teaching Load: 5 courses/year "including undergraduate and graduate courses in public history and the secondary area of specialization. At the undergraduate level, the candidate will have responsibilities in teaching writing- intensive seminars and professional development courses. At the graduate level, the candidate will teach and develop courses for the public history track and other areas of the curriculum, and will mentor students and serve on committees"
- A second responsibility of the position is to engage in research and public outreach. The selected candidate will conduct research in public history, publish in peer-reviewed venues and develop exhibits or other public-oriented projects in digital or physical format. Research duties also involve grant writing and developing long-term collaborations with local and regional organizations and communities. Finally, the successful candidate will serve in departmental, college and university committees, and contribute to the governance of professional organizations, participate in peer-reviewing, and conduct professionally-related outreach activities.
- Applicants must submit a letter of application; full curriculum vitae; names and contact information for three individuals who will be asked to provide current (dated within the past year) and original letters of reference; unofficial transcript showing highest degree earned; a writing sample of journal-article length; a teaching philosophy statement; a research narrative; and a statement of commitment to diversity and inclusion in higher education.
- Deadline: 30 Dec. 2019
Jan 22: Phone Interview
- Tenure track assistant professorship in Public History, with expertise in United States History and Museum Studies, to begin Aug. 2020
- The successful candidate for this position is expected to teach and develop both undergraduate and graduate courses in US History and Public History, including a US history general education survey and courses in museum studies. It is expected that the teaching workload for the candidate will be 50 percent in museum studies/public history and 50 percent in US history. The candidate is expected to provide evidence of effective teaching, high-quality scholarly research, and be able to provide service to the university and the community. Ideally they will have experience in museum exhibition programs or similar experience, and be able to work with our Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art and other community partners.
- Contact: To apply please submit the following required documents: 1) Curriculum Vitae, 2) Cover Letter that includes: a. A statement of your teaching philosophy. b. A statement of your research experience and goals. c. A statement of how you might contribute to CSUSB through service. 3) If available, evidence of teaching effectiveness such as teaching portfolios, reports on teaching observations, and/or student evaluations of teaching. 4) Unofficial copies of all postsecondary degree transcripts (official transcripts will be required prior to appointment). 5) A Diversity Statement, which may include your interpretation of diversity, equity, and inclusion, and must include specific examples of how your background and your educational and/or professional experiences have prepared you for this role at California State University, San Bernardino (maximum 1,000 words). 6) A writing sample. 7) Three letters of recommendation from individuals qualified to comment emailed to email@example.com.
- Review begins: 31 Oct. 2019 and continues until the position is filled.
Has anyone heard from them yet? [Dec. 10]
- Tenure track assistant or associate professorship in Public History
- Candidates for this position will have experience in the development, implementation, and management of heritage site and/or museum exhibition programs, significant digital public history projects, or other public history efforts; grant-writing; teaching public history; as well as an active scholarly agenda in the field of public history, broadly defined. While we encourage applications from candidates with demonstrated digital humanities skills, they are not required for this position.
- PhD must be in hand by Aug. 2020
- Teaching Load: 2/2 "the successful candidate will contribute to the department’s undergraduate and graduate public history concentrations both in the classroom and by expanding opportunities for student research and/or internships and community engagement. The candidate will have broad latitude in developing an array of undergraduate and graduate courses in public history according to their practical experience in the field and pedagogical/research interests, and will have the opportunity to mentor PhD/MA students."
- applicants must apply for position number F 6547z at http://jobs.gmu.edu/; complete and submit the online application, CV, and a one-page statement in which the applicant describes how he or she will contribute to the university’s mission as a diverse public university. Applicants must also arrange for three letters of reference to be sent electronically to Susie Leblanc firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions about the position should be directed to Dr. Joseph Genetin-Pilawa, Search Committee Chair, at email@example.com.
- Review begins: 1 Nov. 2019 and continues until position filled
- Nov 20 - request for additional materials
- December 9 - video interview request
- On campus interviews complete.
University College London (UK:Eng) -[Senior Hire][edit | edit source]
- Associate Professor in Public History, tenable from 1 July 2020
- The main purpose of the role is to lead the development and delivery of the new MA Public History at UCL East; to extend and deepen the role of public history at UCL; and to enhance the History Department's work in all areas (research, teaching, administration, and knowledge exchange).
- The new MA in Public History at UCL East provides an unrivalled opportunity to offer an innovative and contemporary programme. It will combine UCL’s strengths and expertise in history and the public understanding of the past with the potential of new partnerships with the other education and heritage bodies on the Olympic Park, local communities in East London, and a sustained onsite engagement with UCL’s own museum and special collections, especially those relating to the history of London. All these developments are taking place in the context of new, purpose-built teaching and learning spaces designed with public engagement and object-based learning in mind. There will be access to the most up to date digital and audio-visual labs to test and develop innovative public history dissemination and engagement practices and techniques. The UCL programme aims to provide students with an advanced understanding of public history in both theoretical and practical terms. Rather than taking a narrow or overly-concentrated approach, the UCL East programme will introduce students to a broad range of public history approaches.
- Applicants should have an established reputation as a leader in the field with a strong national or international profile. They should be able to demonstrate sustained and repeated contributions to the field of public history, through a combination of research, education and/or knowledge exchange, depending on prior experience. They must have a demonstrable aptitude for pedagogical innovation and leadership, and a strong track record in bringing members of the public into their research and teaching, whether as active participants, practitioners or advisers.
- UCL vacancy reference: 1822322 - Applicants should apply online. To access further details about the position and how to apply please click here
- Deadline: 29 Sept 2019
- Intend to interview 25 October.
- Tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in Public History to begin in August 2020.
- The successful candidate will help to expand an established concentration in public history at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The candidate will teach and develop courses in the Department of History as assigned, based on departmental needs in public and US history, including introductory courses. The candidate will also supervise history student internships, serve as coordinator for the undergraduate Public History minor and Public History Certificate, serve as the department liaison for the interdisciplinary Interactive Digital Studies B.A. and the Museum Studies Certificate, and contribute to the M.A. emphasis in Public History
- A Ph.D. in US History, Public History, or a closely-related field is required by August 1, 2020.
- To apply, visit http://jobs.uni.edu/. Inquiries may be sent to Emily Machen at 319-273-3184 or Emily.firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For full consideration: 10 Dec. 2019
- [Dec 19] News?
- [Jan 09] Request for phone interview
- [Feb 19] Any news since phone interviews?
- Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (~teured asst/assoc or assoc/full prof) in Public History
- The Department of History seeks to appoint a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Public History, the appointment will be at a level that is commensurate with the abilities and experience of the successful candidate. The post is based in the Department of History, Heslington, and is available from September 2020.
- At both Lecturer and Senior Lecturer level, the Department welcomes candidates who can add an international aspect to the British focus of the department’s public historians and who might develop interdisciplinary approaches or innovative methodologies in areas such as community and oral history. We welcome applications from candidates working on the sensitive and marginalized histories of: disability, migration, sexuality, race, gender, religion and the environment.
- Lecturer: You will play a leading role in the Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past (IPUP) and in developing its intellectual agenda in the areas of both teaching and research. It is expected that you will design and deliver teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, particularly, but not exclusively, in the area of Public History. You will also undertake academic supervision of students; take responsibility for carrying out individual or collaborative research projects, leading to publications, grant funding and other research outcomes, as well as undertaking relevant administrative and managerial duties.
- Senior Lecturer: You will play a leading role in the Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past (IPUP) and in developing its intellectual agenda, demonstrating research and teaching expertise that will enable you to direct the area of public history across the department. You will be responsible for designing and delivering teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, particularly, but not exclusively, in the area of Public History. You will also supervise, mentor and guide the work of staff and research students and be expected to lead on and/or contribute to the production of research outputs and research outcomes and to undertake effectively administrative and managerial duties.
- Lecturer: You should have a PhD in a cognate discipline relevant to the post, and ideally hold an appropriate teaching qualification. An emerging publication record in a relevant field is essential, as is proven experience of taking responsibility for teaching and learning at undergraduate, and preferably, postgraduate level in an area of Public History relevant to the post.
- Senior Lecturer: You should have a PhD in a cognate discipline relevant to the post, and an excellent track record in public history. A strong publication record in a relevant field is essential, as well as outstanding abilities and achievements in scholarship and research at a national and international level. It is expected that you will have proven experience of taking responsibility for teaching and learning at undergraduate and postgraduate level in an area of Public History relevant to the post. You should also ideally hold an appropriate teaching qualification.
- Deadline: 24 Nov. 2019
Virginia Commonwealth University (USA:VA) - with digital[edit | edit source]
- Tenure-track Assistant Professor in the field of Public History, with a specialization in digital history, to begin 16 Aug. 2020
- Preference will be given to candidates whose research program focuses on the history of race, ethnicity and/or gender.
- PhD in History or related field must be in hand by August 2020
- The new public historian will become a core faculty member for the department's Public History certificate program and will be expected to expand opportunities for student research and community engagement. Teaching responsibilities include courses in Public History and courses in the candidate's area of expertise.
- Please apply online at www.vcujobs.com, and submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, and one sample of scholarship with your online application. Three letters of reference are required. Reference providers will be notified by email that they have been asked to provide a reference, with instructions on how to do so.
- Review begins immediately [ad posted 18 Jul], for full consideration: 4 Oct. 2019
- Zoom interview request Oct 15
- On campus interview requested Nov 19
- Rejection letter received
York University (CAN) - Global Public History[edit | edit source]
- Tenure-track Professorial Stream position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the field of Global Public History to commence July 1st 2020.
- Candidates are expected to have a record of accomplishment in the field of public history, broadly defined. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in significant digital history projects, museum curation and/or exhibition programming or other public history activities. Research specialization and periodization are open, although the Department has a preference for candidates whose research deals with Japan since 1600, Modern Africa, South Asia, the Islamic World since 1800 or Europe since 1945.
- Required qualifications include a completed PhD in History or a related discipline, and an ongoing program of research in the area of specialization
- Applicants should submit a signed letter of application outlining their professional experience and research interests, an up-to-date curriculum vitae, and a teaching dossier, and arrange for three confidential letters of recommendation to be sent directly to: Professor Thabit Abdullah, Chair, Department of History, 2140 Vari Hall, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, York University, 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M3J 1P3. Email: email@example.com - (Subject line: "Global Public History").
- Deadline: 25 Jan. 2020
- Invitation for a campus interview (24 February). x2
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Bergische Universität Wuppertal (DEU) - Church History[edit | edit source]
- Tenure Track Assistant Professorship (W 1 – tenure W 2) for “Church History”, to begin 1 Oct. 2020
- Requirements: An university degree in Catholic Theology and a doctorate in Catholic Theology with a specialization in Church History; An exceptional aptitude for scientific work, usually demonstrated by the quality of a respective doctorate; A suitability for teaching, which is proven by appropriate prior experience or, exceptionally, is demonstrated during the appointment procedure; A record of first relevant research and publication activities (in particular articles in peer-reviewed journals); Experience in the acquisition/participation in research project (desired); International orientation, e.g. stays abroad, international contacts, international lectures or publications (desired); With regard to the training of future school teachers, a good command of the German language is indispensable
- Applications, including cover letter, curriculum vitae, copies of certificates, list of publications and list of teaching experience, should be addressed to Prof. Dr. Ursula Kocher and solely submitted via the online portal of the University of Wuppertal: https://stellenausschreibungen.uni-wuppertal.de. Kindly note, that incomplete applications will not be considered.
- Deadline: 31 Jul. 2020
Clark University (USA:MA) - Holocaust Studies and Jewish History and Culture[edit | edit source]
- Tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor, for the endowed Rose Professorship in Holocaust Studies and Jewish History and Culture, to begin fall 2020
- Specialization in Jewish perspectives of the Holocaust, evidence of scholarly excellence, and a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching as well as graduate student mentoring are required.
- Ph.D. required by the time of appointment.
- Please send a letter of application including a statement of research and teaching interests, c.v., three letters of reference, and a writing sample (dissertation chapter or alike) to Professor Thomas Kühne, Chair, Rose Professor Search at RoseSearch@clarku.edu.
- Review begins: 15 Oct. 2019
- 12. Dec. Any news?
- 30 January - they hired someone!
Kings College London (UK:Eng) - [Non-TT] Christianity[edit | edit source]
- 12 month lectureship (~VAP) in the History of Modern Christianity, to begin 1 Jan 2020 at the latest
- It will involve convening, teaching and assessing the following undergraduate modules: ‘Turning Points: An Introduction to the History of Christianity in England, 1500-1900’; Introduction to Modern Christianity and Culture; Between Revolutions: British Christianity 1689 - 1860; Variety of Religious Experience; Additional contributions to teaching Level 4 module Study Skills and supervision of undergraduate and MA dissertations.
- Applicants should have a strong PhD in a relevant field, teaching experience, and research engagement demonstrated by a record of publications in appropriate areas.
- Deadline: 19 Sept. 2019
University of Helsinki (FIN) - Church History[edit | edit source]
- University Lecturer (~tenured asst/assoc prof) in Church History
- The university lecturer will provide teaching in church history in the Bachelor’s and Master’s Programmes in Theology and Religious Studies as well as other teaching and supervision, and will contribute to the development of teaching in the field and more generally at the Faculty. The appointee must have a broad knowledge of the research field of church history. He or she must participate in the development of methods in the field. The university lecturer will carry out independent scientific research, supervise and examine theses and dissertations, and attend to administrative and other duties jointly agreed upon. The position focuses on teaching.
- The appointee must hold an applicable doctoral degree and be able to provide high-quality teaching based on research and to supervise theses and dissertations. If the appointee is not proficient in Finnish or Swedish, he/she is expected to acquire moderate proficiency within a reasonable time after the appointment. To successfully attend to the duties of the position, the appointee must have good English proficiency
- Applications must be accompanied by a single PDF file that includes the following documents: A full list of publications; An academic portfolio presenting the applicant’s key qualifications and adhering to the instructions of the University and the specifications issued by the Faculty of Theology; A plan (max. 1 page) specifying how the applicant, if appointed, intends to develop teaching and research in the field. Instructions for attachments: https://www.helsinki.fi/en/faculty-of-theology/faculty/join-us
- The application must be submitted through the University of Helsinki electronic recruitment system by clicking on the link below. Internal applicants (i.e., current employees of the University of Helsinki) can submit their applications through the SAP HR portal, which can be accessed through Flamma: https://saphr.it.helsinki.fi/irj/portal (Career and development tab).
- Deadline: 1 Mar. 2020
University of Massachusetts - Amherst (USA:MA) - Jewish History[edit | edit source]
- 9 month tenure track assistand professorship in Jewish History, to begin 1 Sept. 2020
- Ph.D. in history, Jewish studies, or a related field is required by the date of appointment.
- The successful candidate will teach the Department’s two survey Jewish history courses (ancient to medieval, medieval to modern), as well as upper-level courses in their area of specialization.
- When applying, please submit a cover letter; curriculum vitae; graduate transcript; a sample of scholarly writing of no more than 40 pages; evidence of relevant teaching experience; a statement of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion which describes your past, current, and anticipated contributions in these areas through research, teaching and service; and a list of three current referees with full contact information, including valid email addresses. To apply, please go to: http://careers.umass.edu/amherst/en-us/job/502361/assistant-professor-in-jewish-history
- for full consideration: 25 Oct. 2019
- Interviews may be conducted at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Jewish Studies in San Diego in December 2019.
University of Toronto (CAN) - Early Modern Islamicate History [Non-TT][edit | edit source]
- three-year Contractually-Limited Term Appointment (CLTA) at the rank of assistant professor in the field of early modern Islamicate History, to begin Jan 2020
- Applicants must have a Ph.D. in History or a closely related discipline by the time of appointment or shortly thereafter.
- ll applicants must have a proven record of excellence in research and teaching about Islamicate worlds, broadly defined, in the period ca. 1500-1800CE/900-1200AH. Regional and thematic specialization is open, but we seek to hire a scholar interested in trans-regional phenomena. The successful candidate’s research and teaching will complement our department’s strength in the study of mobilities of people, objects, and practices within and across imperial formations, and will share our commitment to non-Eurocentric, decolonial pedagogy. Candidates must have research and teaching expertise relevant to historical research in a multi-disciplinary department, particularly at the undergraduate level, and demonstrate ability to teach both historical surveys (e.g. the history of Islam and Muslims from Late Antiquity to the modern era) and more specialized courses--either interdisciplinary or discipline-based--that fit the curricular needs of our programs in History, Global Asia Studies, and/or in African Studies. Ability to contribute meaningfully to other HCS programs, including Women and Gender Studies, Classical Studies, and Food Studies, is a plus.
- All application materials should be submitted online at http://uoft.me/academicopportunities (Job#1902399). Applications must include a cover letter, current curriculum vitae, a research statement, a writing sample (up to 25 pages, single spaced), and a teaching dossier (including a teaching statement, two sample syllabi of relevant courses, as well as evidence of teaching strength from recent courses taught). Equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence. We seek candidates who value diversity and whose research, teaching and service bear out our commitment to equity. Candidates are therefore also asked to submit a 1‐2 page statement of contributions to equity and diversity, which might cover topics such as (but not limited to): research or teaching that incorporates a focus on underrepresented communities, the development of inclusive pedagogies, or the mentoring of students from underrepresented groups.
- Applicants should also arrange to have three letters of reference (signed and on letterhead), including at least one primarily addressing the candidate’s teaching emailed directly by the referees to IslamicateHistory@utsc.utoronto.ca, with the subject line “Islamicate History—your full name”.
- Deadline: 26 Aug. 2019
Slavery[edit | edit source]
- Lecturer (~tenured assoc/asst prof) in the History of Slavery, to begin 1 Jul. 2020
- Applicants must have a good research record in a relevant area of history and be able to contribute to the History REF2021 submission. Candidates with competence in fields such as American history, Black British history, Atlantic history, extra-European history, and the history of race are particularly welcome to apply.
- Applicants should have completed, or be nearing completion of, a PhD in a relevant field.
- The Lecturer will be expected to pursue independent research in the history of slavery and in addition, in the first two years of the appointment, to research the legacy of historic slavery to the University of Aberdeen in its civic and regional context within the North-East of Scotland. The latter research will be undertaken with the support of relevant stakeholders across the institution, including Museums & Special Collections. The Lecturer will be expected to develop opportunities for engagement with relevant communities in and beyond the University and to develop funding applications for such activities.
- From year three, the Lecturer will contribute fully to research, administration and teaching. As well as ensuring ongoing engagement on the basis of the two-year institutional research element of the post, the applicant will be expected to teach across the programmes offered by the Department of History
- Should you require a visa to undertake paid employment in the UK you will be required to fulfil the minimum points criteria to be granted a Certificate of Sponsorship and Tier 2 visa. As appropriate, at the time an offer of appointment is made you will be asked to demonstrate that you fulfil the criteria in respect of financial maintenance and competency in English. Please do not hesitate to contact Heather Clark, HR Adviser on +44 (0)1224 273244 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
- Deadline: 17 Mar. 2020
- Associate professor/Professor in the History of Slavery, to begin Jan 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter
- Appointment to this position offers an opportunity to lead on the University’s research into its own historical relationship with slavery in the Americas, and on its future engagement with the city of Bristol, its institutions and communities on this issue. It also allows the individual appointed to provide academic leadership in an area of critical importance to the School of Humanities and the University, and, in concert with the Centre for Black Humanities, to cement Bristol’s international reputation as a hub for scholarship in this area. The appointee will have the opportunity to play a key role in the ongoing development of the History Department, School of Humanities, the Faculty of Arts and the University.
- The successful candidate will have established an international reputation in research and publication, and will show the potential to maintain and further enhance this reputation. They will have experience in public engagement and impact work, as well as in academic leadership, and a strong understanding of the current research environments in the UK and internationally. The University welcomes applicants from any specialisation in the history of slavery in its eighteenth/nineteenth-century British, European, American or Atlantic contexts, but the appointment panel will need to be assured that the candidate will be able to fulfil an initial brief of research and dissemination work on the University’s historical slavery connections and its legacies, and that leadership and expertise can be provided that will inspire confidence in BAME communities in the Bristol area and beyond.
- For informal enquiries, please contact Professor Simon Potter, Head of Department of History, at Simon.Potter@bristol.ac.uk or Professor Martyn Powell, Head of School of Humanities, at email@example.com.
- Deadline: 11 Aug. 2019
Sport/Physical Culture[edit | edit source]
Urban[edit | edit source]
- full-time, tenure-track assistant professor in the field of United States urban history since 1800, effective July 1, 2020
- A successful candidate must have received a Ph.D. (in history, urban planning, planning history, historical geography, American studies or a related field), or expect to do so by September 1, 2020.
- Applications should be submitted through the interfolio website: http://apply.interfolio.com/63889 A complete application package includes a cover letter, c.v., statement outlining current research and teaching interests, a writing sample or sample publication, and three confidential letters of reference. Please do not send material by email.
- Review begins: 15 Oct. 2019 and will continue until the position is filled.
- Crossposted to North American History 2019-20