The Latin American and Latino Studies at the University of Illinois at
Chicago invites applications for a tenure-track position in media and film
studies at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning August 16, 2012,
pending budgetary approval. We seek a dynamic and creative scholar of
Latin American and/or Latino studies with expertise in any of the
following areas from a global or transnational perspective: the cultural
study of media and multimedia forms; relations between media and space;
film and moving image; photography and other forms of visual expression;
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The Department of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGSS) at the University of Cincinnati invites applications for a tenure-track position of assistant professor to begin August 1, 2012. A PhD in women’s, gender and/or sexuality studies or a related field by July 31, 2012 and a specialization in sexuality studies are required. A focus on African/African American studies is preferred; applicants with specializations in critical race studies or ethnic studies will also be considered. Continue reading »Filed under Jobs and fellowships | Comment (0)
The Southwest Women’s Law Center is a public policy and legal advocacy organization working to improve women’s lives by combating gender discrimination, reducing poverty among women and their families, and ensuring that all women have access to comprehensive healthcare, including family planning and reproductive health services. The Center is governed by a Board of Directors, which sets policy and establishes the Center’s mission.
The Center seeks a passionate, skilled and creative Executive Director to lead the Center in its next stage of development, following the departure of its Founding Director in late 2011. The Executive Director will be a strategic and effective leader who is highly knowledgeable and experienced in women’s rights issues and public policy advocacy, and has significant non-profit organizational development, fundraising and management experience.
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On October 14 and 15, 2011, we took steps toward building an organization that brought together Jotería arts, activism and scholarship. After years of community dialogues and three Jotería conferences, which took place at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (2007), California State University, Los Angeles (2008) and the University of Oregon (2010), the need for institutional spaces that support, affirm and manifest Jotería consciousness surfaced.
A COUNTRY IS WAITING. BRING YOUR VOICE TO THE TABLE.
Join the movement. Support other Angelinos on the solidarity campaign to accelerate America’s response to a Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Guatemalans living in the United States. Make your voice count asa devastated nation cries for help. This humanitarian movement starts with you.
Auditorium, SEIU Local 721, 500 S. Virgil Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
Sponsored by Mujeres Abriendo Caminos, Guatemala Peace and Development Network and SEIU Local 721 (Latino Caucus)
CSULB College of Liberal Arts, Political Science
Tenure Track Faculty Opening
Assistant Professor of Political Science (Political Theory)
Effective August 20, 2012 (Fall semester)
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. in Political Science or Ph.D. in appropriate related discipline at time of appointment with specialization in Political Theory. Teaching experience or evidence of strong potential for effective teaching. Record of, or demonstrable potential for, successful research and publication. Potential for effective participation in faculty governance. Commitment to and/or expertise in educating a diverse population. Continue reading »Filed under Jobs and fellowships | Comment (0)
The English Department of Williams College seeks a two-year, full-time visiting assistant professor specializing in gender and sexuality in U.S. literature, and in feminist or queer theory or both. Candidates should be prepared to teach a full range of introductory courses in the English Department, as well as courses in their specialty. Candidates must also be prepared to teach interdisciplinary courses in the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program of the College. Candidates should have Ph.D. by the time of the appointment. Send application letter, CV, dossier or recommendations, and writing sample (25 pp. or less) directly, or through Interfolio, to John Limon, Chair, Department of English, by Nov. 4.Filed under Jobs and fellowships | Comment (0)