University of North Carolina-Asheville Visiting Assistant Professorship in English

Deadline: April 15

Length: 1 year

Comments: “Candidates should have a Ph.D. in English with a specialty in creative writing and either African American literature, Postcolonial literature, or Queer literature in hand by May 2019.”


Monmouth University Assistant Professorship in Sociology

Deadline: April 15

Length: “This position is for the 2019-2020 academic year and a two-year initial appointment subject to subsequent multi-year reappointments without limit.”

Comments: “Candidates should have expertise in applied sociology and social action research.” “Sociology. Additional areas of expertise are open, though candidates who can teach courses in race and ethnicity and social justice are preferred.”


University of New Mexico Lecturer III Position in Women’s Studies

Deadline: April 12

Length: Unstated

Comments: “We seek to hire a Lecturer III with teaching and research experience in the areas of race, class and gender with expertise in feminist and intersectional methodologies.”


Newberry College Assistant Professorship in English

Deadline: Review begins immediately (posted on HigherEdJobs 3/29)

Length: Tenure track

Comments: Specialty in modern/contemporary American literature. “Expertise in African American literature is desirable.”


University of Tennessee-Chattanooga Visiting Lectureship in American History

Deadline: April 8

Length: 1 year with possibility of renewal

Comments: ”

Ability to contribute to the Africana Studies program and/or teach courses in Atlantic World history, a plus.”


University of Arkansas- Fort Smith Assistant Professorship in History

Deadline: April 26

Length: Unstated; apparently tenure-track

Comments: “Will teach upper and lower level courses within the specialized areas of Civil War and Reconstruction, and in secondary field of Latin American History.”


Colorado State University Postdoctoral Research Position in Economics

Deadline: April 19

Length: 2 years

Comments: Seeking a “research associate who specializes in the racial, ethnic and/or gender dimensions of poverty and inequality. The successful candidate will develop research analyzing how race, ethnicity and/or gender determine economic opportunities and constraints or the organization of economic systems, and the consequences for poverty and inequality.”