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University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa: Department Of Ethnic Studies, African American Studies Specialist. Review of Material Begins January 10th 2017

Assistant Professor, African American Studies, position #82681, 9-month

appointment, permanent, tenure-track, general funds, full time in the Dept.
of Ethnic Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa to begin August 1, 2017,
pending position clearance and availability of funds.

Kent State University Political Science - Open Rank Tenure Track Position

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

CESA Journal CFP Special Issue 4.1 "The Academy and What Can Be Done" (March 1st, 2017)

What is to be done about the university? This is at least a double question, because of what the word “done” can do in the English language. Done can mean acted upon, engaged, intervened upon, changed. “Done” can also be finished, completed, made to be over.

University of San Diego Open Rank Ethnic Studies Position

The Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of San Diego invites
applications for an open rank, tenure-track or tenured professor of Ethnic
Studies beginning in Fall 2017. Qualified candidates must hold a PhD or
terminal degree in Ethnic Studies or a related field and have expertise in
American Indian Studies and Comparative Ethnic Studies. Specific areas of
research are open; however, we are especially interested in work that
addresses health, environmental justice, and/or decolonization. Applicants

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

The Critical Race Studies (CRS) program at UCLA School of Law is now
accepting applications for the Critical Race Studies Fellowship. The CRS
Fellowship is designed to support the research and professional development
of a candidate interested in pursuing a career in law teaching. CRS at UCLA
is the only program of its kind in the country and is the premier
institutional setting for the study of the intersection between race and the
law. Anchored by renowned scholars whose research helped found and continues


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