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American Indian Studies San Diengo State University

Assistant Professor of American Indian Studies: Land and Literature

San Diego State University, Department of American Indian Studies invites applications for a tenure-track position, assistant professor rank, in American Indian literature, with a specialization in literature and land or the environment, to begin Fall 2014. Candidates with demonstrated expertise in indigenous community sustainability and / or Native American women’s issues are especially invited to apply.

Open Positions

CESA has received requests to post the following open positions:

Introducing the PhD Program in Comparative Ethnic Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder - Our program emphasizes transnational, comparative, intersectional, decolonial and queer perspectives on race, gender and sexuality.

Applications due on December 1.

National Association for Ethnic Studies CFP, 42nd Annual Conference April 3-5 2014

National Association for Ethnic Studies Call for Proposals for the 42nd Annual Conference


April 3 - 5, 2014 Oakland, California | Mills College

CFP Special Issue of Critical Sociology

Call for Papers: Special Issue of Critical Sociology: Racial Formation Theory Revisited: A MetaCritique

Special Issue Editors

P. Khalil Saucier, Program in Africana Studies and Department of Sociology, Rhode Island College

Tryon P. Woods, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, Crime & Justice Studies, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth

2013 CESA Conference Registration now open

Online registration is now available on the Conference page. On-site registration will be available during the conference.  Lodging and Housing Information, Exhibitor/Vendor Forms, and Advertisement Forms are now available on the Conference page.<


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