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Offers[edit | edit source]

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Campus Interviews[edit | edit source]

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Additional Materials Requested[edit | edit source]

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  • Q. Does anyone have any info about the ANU Lecturer B position? Thanks! R1: Nothing here, but I heard anecdotally that Australia has paused new work visas for academics so I'm not hopeful. R2: Already got a rejection last week.
  • Q. Does anyone have any idea why the SUNY-Purchase position has a PhD in hand date of August 2020? Applications aren't due until September 11, 2020, which leads me to believe the position probably starts in August 2021, so it seems out of the ordinary to expect all applicants to have degree-in-hand now. I understand of course that many applicants will have a PhD already and that TT jobs tend to prefer those that do. Asking here because there's no contact information in the posting itself. R1: I saw that, too, and I thought it was curious. If you can identify an administrative assistant in the department to contact, I would think it is okay to express your interest in the position, explain that you want to be sure you fit the qualifications and respectfully ask for clarification on that detail. R2: Has anyone tried contacting the department yet? I had a question about if our LoR writers had to submit their letters by Sept 11th, but their contact information is not listed on the ad and I couldn't find the department's e-mail address on their webpage. REMOVED INFORMATION: Someone previously reported reaching out to HR on this question and never hearing back. Any updates from other applicants?
  • Q. Have you heard anything about the VAP of Spanish position at Graceland University? They released a posting on 6/24 and they are looking for a VAP to "run the Hispanic Studies program beginning August 2020." It seems quite strange they are just NOW looking for a person to run the program. R1: I'd guess that the department had to wait to post the position because of COVID and shutdowns. A lot of places did a hard or soft hiring freeze, including on positions that may have already undergone full approval and just had not yet been advertised. Universities now have a clearer idea of their enrollment numbers and their budgets, so that may have led to the department getting the green light to make the job post public. R2: I haven't heard anything, but another possibility (in addition to R1's suggestion) is that the previous director found employment elsewhere (after the hiring freeze) and Graceland is scrambling to fill the vacancy.

Free advice (especially for colleagues new to the market)[edit | edit source]

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  • Opportunities beyond tenure-line faculty positions As a follow-up to my response (R1) to the "An Especially Difficult Year" post in the Discussion section, I would highly recommend that job seekers expand their search outside of traditional tenure-line academic positions. Consider short-term positions that would strengthen a CV, like the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program or the AAAS Visiting Scholars Program . If you are in literature, apply for an NEH Fellowship . If you're in linguistics, apply for an NSF Dissertation Improvement Award to help you collect and analyze more data during your final year, and consider an NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship application. Take a look at postings from places like Duolingo , Google , Rosetta Stone , and Babbel in case you're considering a private sector position. You can do this. R1: Thank you so much for the information! You are so very kind. :) R2: You're welcome. ¡Suerte con todo! R3: The American Council of Learned Societies has a lot of fellowship competitions with deadlines coming up soon. These seem especially relevant for colleagues in literature and cultural studies who are following this wiki. R4: Thank you for posting this. Does anyone know of resources that help academics craft non-academic job applications (cover letters/resumes)? I've applied to countless alt-ac jobs and have never once received a response. Despite my qualifications, my sense is that my letters come off too academic. Thanks for any input. R5: Check out Karen Kelsky's website The Professor is In. Here is a guest post about non-academic cover letters, one of many relevant posts. Take a look at the "Reframing your skills (and CV) for a job search in industry" talk in this list, too. It was part of a summer virtual colloq run through Ohio State. It's one of the best discussions I've seen on how to translate your cover letter for a private sector job. R4 to R5: Mil gracias, these are excellent resources. Much appreciated. 

General Discussion, Questions, and Inquiries[edit | edit source]

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  • To all the Christian/Conservative colleagues: Hillsdale College is the place for you! To all the Liberal colleagues: stay away from Hillsdale College. To all of you: just take a look at their mission statement and then do a little search on their stances about diversity you will be delighted/shocked. R1: Just looked more closely, yikes! Thanks for the heads up.
  • Do not bother applying for the Spanish instructor position at Florida Gulf Coast University. They already have a visiting instructor who will be offered the job. R1: Is that for real? Why don´t they open an internal search then?  This is quite disappointing. I mean, doing skype interviews and who knows campus interview for nothing? R2: I would disregard this post. The inside candidate paranoia occurs every year, and every year there are cases in which the inside candidate is not offered the job. You have no way of knowing, so just apply. R3: I agree with R2.
  • There are many universities opening positions to start on January, instead of next academic year, which is rather unusual. Any guesses? R1: This was interesting to me, too. I'm not sure what the underlying reasoning is, but I'd be curious to learn more about this once people get positions in those departments.
  • The Berea College search is listed below as a linguistics job, though the ad does not specify that they are strictly looking for a linguist, it appears to be open to either linguistics or literature. The teaching responsibilities are so wide (language, literature, translation, phonetics, Spanish for the professions, etc.) as to suggest that these are potential areas of interest and not requirements. It's a poorly worded ad, but to give the committee the benefit of the doubt, I don't think they really believe that one person can competently cover all of those. It appears that this is simply an open/generalist search, so the current description is misleading and could discourage literature people from applying. R1: Thanks for drawing attention to this. The post is now fixed to reflect that it's open specialty. Community edits are also welcome in case you catch something similar in the future. Thanks!
  • New jobs section: Off-the-beaten-path  There are a lot of jobs that Spanish and Portuguese PhDs are qualified for but that don't fit our normal focus on language departments and regular teaching positions. In order to share these while still keeping the wiki well-organized, I have created a separate "Off-the-beaten path Job Postings" section for such positions. 
  • Visa requirements for Dartmouth / Mellon Foundation position So Dartmouth included this little clause on the announcemente of their Post-Doc opening "There is no requirement that the fellows be U.S. citizens, but the Mellon Foundation does want to see the fellowships awarded to individuals who seem likely to make their careers in the United States." Challenge my translation if you may, but I think it means that they are only willing to sponsor J1 visas—not H1B, as the "return to home" requirement is clearly reflected on it. R1: That's an interesting thought. I wouldn't interpret it that way necessarily. H-1B visas are considered "dual intent ". As an example, a person on that type of visa could take steps towards getting a green card and end up being a more permant immigrant to the US. I would suggest making explicit in your application materials that your intention is to remain in the US in some specific capacity after the postdoc position ends. That said, since I am not in any way an expert on immigration law and I don't know anything about the Dartmouth search committee's intentions, I would suggest contacting someone at your campus who works with international students and faculty to see what their professional opinion is.
  • An especially difficult year [Moved from "Free Advice" Section] Given the realities of the pandemic and its effect on academia, I imagine that this year is going to be very dismal for the higher ed market in general. Liberal arts disciplines will likely be hit hardest and many profs on the tenure track, myself included, have very likely had (or will have) their positions eliminated at the end of 2020-21. My heart goes out to everyone desperately seeking new employment this year and I earnestly hope that, as job seekers in the same unenviable position, we are all able to support each other regardless of the outcome. Ideally, this wiki is a good place to celebrate offers and commiserate rejections. Looking at past entries, this has not always been the case. R1: I'll join you in being supportive of job seekers. Although the focus has traditionally been on academic job postings here, I think it may help for us to have more discussion of non-academic jobs or academic jobs that are non-faculty positions. Some of us are more aware than others of what is out there, and I would like for this wiki to be a resource for everyone. I'm going to put a separate bullet point in the Free Advice section to draw attention to some relevant information.
  • The Ivory Tower is Collapsing [Moved from "Free Advice" Section] It seems that there are no jobs this year. It's time to demand radical reforms to our Departments... R1: I thought it's still early in the job season? But if no more job posts show up in the following weeks we can readily start to worry... R2: Early? ... It is actually LATE. Check out last year's one. By this time, most of the ads had been posted. We need to cope with the reality: the dream of a TT in Spanish (specially Literature and Culture) is over! R3: Exactly in what capacity is anyone in a position to demand radical reforms? TT professors are already in the Ivory Tower and students do not have any kind of leverage to demand anything (just see what happened at UC Santa Cruz last year) In addition to this, if you are so certain about "the dream" being over, why even bother in demanding reforms if it is already too late for that? This is not to convey an optimistic message, because the future looks anything but bright, but your melodramatic assertions are really not contributing to anything here. R4 to R3: My only advice, after many years on the market and this wiki, is don't engage with people who make this type of post. It just becomes a flame war. R5: I concur with R4. Commiseration is one thing, but there's nothing to be gained by sounding the death knell for and demanding revolutionary changes to the liberal arts as we know it simply because job announcements haven't appeared yet. At the outset of an academic year where institutions are still trying to determine if their instruction will be remote, hybrid, or face-to-face, it makes sense that job postings are slow to appear.

Demographics[edit | edit source]

Applicant Current Status / Academic Rank:  

  • ABD (will finish this academic year): x 2
  • ABD (currently in one-year, VAP, PhD Completion Fellowship, visiting instructor, lecturer or adjunct position): x 2
  • Ph.D. in hand (one-year, VAP, Lecturer, post-doc, instructor, adjunct): x 7
  • Ph.D. in hand (unable to find academic employment at the moment): 
  • Ph.D. in hand (currently working outside of academia): 
  • Assistant Professor: x 1
  • Associate Professor: x 1
  • Full Professor:
  • Committee member: 

Field of Interest:

Literature: x5
Linguistics: x5
Language Program Coordination: x1
Cultural Studies: x1

How many applications do you plan on sending this year?

Between 1 and 10: x2
Between 10 and 20: x3
Between 20 and 30: 
Between 30 and 40: x2
Over 40: x1
Over 60: x1

Job Postings[edit | edit source]

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  1. Salt Lake Community College (UTAH, USA). Assistant Professor of Spanish / Latin American Studies. Preferred degree in Applied Linguistics, Hispanic Linguistics, or comparable field. Deadline: 24 October 2020. https://joblist.mla.org/job-details/2701/assistant-professor-spanish-latin-american-studies/?porder=Spanish&ix=11#top-pagination
     
  2. Hillsdale College (MICHIGAN, USA). Assistant Professor of Spanish. Tenure-track. Iberian or Latin American literature, culture or linguistics; special attention given to candidates with concentration in literature with ability to teach linguistics. Deadline: 18 November 2020. https://joblist.mla.org/job-details/2720/tenure-track-position-in-spanish/?porder=Spanish&ix=8#top-pagination
     
  3. Lycoming College (PENNSYLVANIA, USA). Assistant Professor(s) of Spanish. Tenure-track. Two complementary hires sought. 20th/21st century Latin American literatures and cultures / Expertise in Mexico, Caribbean Studies, or Southern Cone preferred / Interest in work that incorporates race, gender, border studies, and/or visual cultures / preferred experience working with heritage speakers. Deadline: 1 October 2020. PASSED. https://joblist.mla.org/job-details/2719/assistant-professor-s-of-spanish/?porder=Spanish&ix=8#top-pagination
     
  4. University of Washington (WASHINGTON, USA). Assistant Professor of Spanish and Heritage Language Program Director. Applied Linguistics with a research focus on Spanish as a heritage language and its learners and/or speakers. Deadline: 30 October 2020. https://joblist.mla.org/job-details/2682/assistant-professor-of-spanish-and-heritage-language-program-director/?porder=Spanish&so=Date#top-pagination
     
  5. University of Houston (TEXAS, USA). Assistant Professor in Spanish Linguistics. Tenure-line. Spanish linguistics, specialization in syntax strongly preferred and ability to teach pragmatics a plus. Deadline: 15 November 2020. https://joblist.mla.org/job-details/2742/assistant-professor-in-spanish-linguistics/?porder=Spanish&so=Date&ix=4#top-pagination
     
  6. Westminster College (MISSOURI, USA). Assistant Professor of Spanish. Tenure-line. Spanish, Generalist, dedication to a liberal arts undergraduate education. Deadline: 17 December 2020. https://joblist.mla.org/job-details/2748/assistant-professor-of-spanish/?porder=Spanish&so=Date&ix=3#top-pagination
     
  7. Florida Gulf Coast University (FLORIDA, USA). Instructor of Spanish. Non-tenure-line. Spanish. Deadline: 15 November 2020. https://joblist.mla.org/job-details/2727/instructor-i-spanish/?kw=gulf+coast&ix=2#top-pagination
     
  8. Texas Tech University (TEXAS, USA). Assistant Professor of Hispanic Linguistics. Tenure-line. Applied Linguistics, SLA, or Spanish as a Heritage Language. Deadline:  "Screening begins" on 15 November 2020, so the deadline could be interpreted as 14 November 2020 or 15 November 2020; probably the latter, but can never be too sure. https://joblist.mla.org/job-details/2666/assistant-professor-of-hispanic-linguistics/?porder=Professor%2c+Assistant&so=Date&ix=9#top-pagination
     
  9. Swarthmore (PENNSYLVANIA, USA). Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish. Non-tenure-line. Initial two-year appointment with possibility of additional two-year term. Spanish Early Modern focus; Latin American Colonial Studies is a plus. Deadline: 30 November 2020. https://joblist.mla.org/job-details/2662/visiting-assistant-professor-of-spanish-spanish-early-modern-literature-and-culture/?porder=Professor%2c+Assistant&so=Date&ix=10#top-pagination
     
  10. University of California Santa Cruz (CALIFORNIA / USA). Assistant Professor of Spanish. Tenure-Line. Applied Linguistics. Deadline: 17 November 2020. https://recruit.ucsc.edu/JPF00937?fbclid=IwAR0CHo0HkNUcxMpTnpprrjghOi_WXX9Q_DyiHyswBPe7SbEuz4YrwNXT974
     
  11. Wake Forest University (NORTH CAROLINA, USA). Assistant Teaching Professor in Spanish. Full-time, non-tenure track position with benefits. Initial two-year appointment with possibility of renewal and promotion on a teaching-centered career path. Ph.D. preferred, M.A. minimum. Teaching load is six courses per year. Deadline: 1 December 2020. https://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=177318780&Title=Assistant%20Teaching%20Professor%2C%20Spanish  
     
  12. University of the Sciences in Philadelphia (PENNSYLVANIA, USA). Assistant Professor of Spanish. Tenure-line. Potentially a generalist position (all levels of language courses plus courses in Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Spanish for Healthcare Professionals, and Hispanics and Medicine). Deadline: 15 January 2021. https://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=177316050&Title=Assistant%20Professor%20of%20Spanish
     
  13. Saint Anselm College (NEW HAMPSHIRE, USA). Assistant Professor of Spanish. Non-tenure-line. 1- to 3-year term. Applied Linguistics (in one or more of following areas: Spanish SLA; the Use of Technology in Spanish Language Pedagogy; and / or Instructional Technology). Deadline: 1 November 2020.  https://joblist.mla.org/job-details/2651/assistant-professor-department-of-modern-languages-and-literatures-spanish-/?porder=Spanish#top-pagination
     
  14. Hamilton College (NEW YORK, USA). Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies. Tenure-line. Early Modern Spanish Literature and Cultures. Deadline: 1 November 2020. https://joblist.mla.org/job-details/2645/assistant-professor-of-hispanic-studies/?utm_campaign=google_jobs_apply&utm_source=google_jobs_apply&utm_medium=organic
     
  15. Berea College (KENTUCKY, USA). Assistant Professor of Spanish. Tenure-line. Generalist / open specialization (Linguistics / Literature / Culture / etc). Deadline: 13 November 2020 or 15 November 2020 (seems to be the latter, but both are listed in the ad). https://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=177309338&Title=Tenure%2DTrack%20Position%20in%20Spanish 
     
  16. Washington and Lee University (VIRGINIA, USA). Assistant Professor of Spanish. Tenure-line. Golden Age Spanish Literature. Deadline: 15 October 2020. PASSED. https://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=177307629&Title=Assistant%20Professor%20of%20Spanish%20%28August%202020%29
     
  17. University of Massachusetts, Boston (MASSACHUSETTS, USA). Lecturer/Director of Portuguese & Spanish Language Programs. Non-tenure-line. NOTE: January 2021 start date. Deadline: 15 October 2020. PASSED. https://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=177304346&Title=Latin%20American%20and%20Iberian%20Studies%20%2D%20NTT%20Lecturer%2FDirector%20of%20Portuguese%20%26amp%3B%20Spanish%20Language%20Programs 
     
  18. University of California, Davis (CALIFORNIA, USA). Assistant Professor. Transoceanic Literary/Cultural Studies (1492-1820). Tenure-Line. Peninsular, transatlantic, colonial Latin American literature and culture. Deadline: 30 October 2020. https://joblist.mla.org/job-details/2607/assistant-professor-in-transoceanic-literary-cultural-studies-1492-1820-/?porder=Spanish&ix=1#top-pagination
     
  19. University of Chicago (ILLINOIS, USA). Collegiate Assistant Professor. 4-year position. Postdoctoral teaching appointment (non-tenure-line). All disciplines and areas of specialization. Deadline: 16 October 2020. https://joblist.mla.org/job-details/2594/collegiate-assistant-professor/?porder=Professor%2c+Assistant&so=Date&ix=4#top-pagination
     
  20. Brigham Young University (UTAH, USA). Open rank, 3rd-year Spanish Program Coordinator. Tenure-Line. Foreign Language Education, Spanish Applied Linguistics, or related field. Deadline: 14 September 2020PASSED. https://hrms.byu.edu/psc/ps/PUBLIC/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Employee&SiteId=70&JobOpeningId=91442&PostingSeq=1
     
  21. University of Northern Iowa (IOWA, USA). Assistant Professor, TESOL and Applied Linguistics. Tenure-Line. K-12 ELL education, second language acquisition and pedagogy, bilingual education, applied linguistics, and / or educational linguistics. Deadline: 1 September 2020. PASSED. https://joblist.mla.org/job-details/2576/assistant-professor-tesol-and-applied-linguistics/?porder=Professor%2c+Assistant&ix=6#top-pagination
     
  22. Australian National University (CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA). Assistant Professor in Spanish (Lecturer Level B). Tenure-Line. Spanish / Literary, Film, or Gender Studies. Deadline: 9 August 2020. PASSED. https://joblist.mla.org/job-details/2559/assistant-professor-in-spanish-lecturer-level-b-/?porder=Professor%2c+Assistant&ix=3#top-pagination
     
  23. SUNY Purchase (NEW YORK STATE, USA). Assistant Professor of Language & Culture. Tenure-Line. Spanish / Linguistics. Deadline: 11 September 2020PASSED. https://www.higheredjobs.com/institution/details.cfm?JobCode=177282860&Title=Assistant%20Professor%20of%20Language%20%26%20Culture
     
  24. Santa Clara University (CA / USA). Assistant Professor of Spanish (Tenure-Track). Linguistics, SLA, Applied Linguistics. Deadline: 30 October 2020. https://www.higheredjobs.com/search/details.cfm?JobCode=177285984&Title=Assistant%20Professor%20of%20Spanish%20%28Tenure%2DTrack%29 
     
  25. EXAMPLE UNIVERSITY FORMAT (STATE / COUNTRY). Position Rank and Title (Tenure-Line or Not / Contract Length Info). Language / Specialty. Deadline. Link to Job ad.

Off-the-beaten-path Job Postings [edit | edit source]

This section is for academic job postings that don't fit the traditional language-focused faculty jobs that we're used to but that are still relevant for many of us who use this wiki.

List NEW information at top, NOT in alphabetical order as we have previously done. This is a change that has been requested in previous years and it's one that makes sense. Please post "Have you heard?" questions above, under Word on the Street.

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  1. Duke (NORTH CAROLINA, USA). Assistant or Associate Professor. Latinx Studies. Tenure-line. 2 positions open. Deadline: 26 October 2020. https://joblist.mla.org/job-details/2665/associate-assistant-professor-cluster-hire-in-latinx-studies/?porder=Professor%2c+Assistant&so=Date&ix=1#top-pagination
     
  2. Princeton (NEW JERSEY, USA). Postdoctoral Research Associate. Latin American Studies (Spanish and / or Portuguese). 1 to 2 positions open. Non-tenure-line.12-month term with possibility of renewal. Program in Latin American Studies. Deadline: 3 December 2020. https://joblist.mla.org/job-details/2634/postdoctoral-research-associate/?porder=Spanish&ix=3#top-pagination
     
  3. Dartmouth (NEW HAMPSHIRE, USA). Postdoctoral Fellowship with the Society of Fellows. Non-tenure-line. 3-year position. Interdisciplinary, open specialization. Deadline: 14 September 2020. PASSED. https://apply.interfolio.com/77464
     
  4. Cornell (NEW YORK, USA). Residential Fellowship with the Society for the Humanities. Non-tenure-line. 1-year position. 6 positions open. PhD must have been awarded prior to 1 January 2020. Theme: Afterlives. Deadline: 30 October 2020. https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/16569
     
  5. Tokyo University (JAPAN). Postdoctoral Fellow (Project Researcher). Non-tenure-line. Topic: "The Earth and Human Society in 2050". No knowledge of Japanese required. Deadline: 30 September 2020. PASSED. https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/16616
     
  6. Princeton (NEW JERSEY, USA). Postdoctoral Fellowship in Humanities and Social Sciences. 3 positions open. Non-tenure-line. Open topic. Deadline: 4 August 2020. PASSED. https://jobs.chronicle.com/job/268841/postdoctoral-fellowship-in-humanities-and-social-sciences/
     
  7. Dartmouth (NEW HAMPSHIRE, USA). Postdoctoral fellow. 2-year position. Non-tenure-line. Humanities and Humanistic Social Sciences. Deadline: 15 September 2020. PASSED. https://joblist.mla.org/job-details/2598/mellon-postdoctoral-fellowship/?porder=Postdoctoral+fellow#top-pagination
     
  8. EXAMPLE UNIVERSITY FORMAT (STATE / COUNTRY). Position Rank and Title (Tenure-Line or Not / Contract Length Info). Language / Specialty. Deadline. Link to Job ad.

Other Relevant Jobs Wikis[edit | edit source]

Once the related Academia Job wikis are up for 2020-2021 (Latinx Studies, Linguistics, et cetera), post them here. Use the Heading 3 format so that they show up in the "Contents" section at the top of the page.

Humanities and Social Sciences Postdocs Academic Jobs Wiki[edit | edit source]

Chicanx and Latinx Studies Academic Jobs Wiki[edit | edit source]

Linguistics Academic Jobs Wiki[edit | edit source]

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