University of California-Los Angeles Assistant Professorship in European Languages and Transcultural Europe (1000-1700)

Deadline: October 21

Length: Apparently tenure track

Comments: ” We are especially interested in applicants who work on the connectivity of literary studies, visual and material cultures, with new methodological approaches such as experimental humanities (Digital/ Environmental / Medical / Urban), Mediterranean and North Atlantic Studies. We particularly welcome research on issues related to race, religion, and gender/sexuality.”


Pennsylvania State University Tenure Track Positions (Various Fields)

Deadline: Review begins immediately; open until filled

Length: Tenure track

Comments: Positions open in the following fields: African Studies; African American Studies; Anthropology; Applied Linguistics; Asian Studies; Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies; Communication Arts and Sciences; Comparative Literature; Criminology; Economics; English; French and Francophone Studies; Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures; History; Jewish Studies; Labor and Employment Relations; Philosophy; Political Science; Public Policy; Psychology; Sociology; Spanish, Italian and Portuguese; and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.


Lyon College Visiting Assistant Professorship in French Language and Francophone Studies

Deadline: May 30

Length: Two years

Comments: To teach “all levels of French language, and advanced courses in Francophone studies (Caribbean, African, or Middle Eastern)”


Central Connecticut State University Assistant Professorship in

Deadline: February 8 (posted on Vitae 3/4)

Length: Tenure track

Comments: “Candidates are expected to teach Spanish at different levels including Latin American Culture and Literature.” Preferred: Focus on Spanish Caribbean Studies; Work on Latino/Puerto Rican Studies.


Vassar College Visiting Assistant Professorship in Hispanic Studies

Deadline: April 1

Length: 2 years

Comments: “The area of focus may be one of the following: 1. Mexico and US Latinx, 2. Central America, 3. The Andes, with an emphasis on innovative approaches focused on issues of gender, ethnic studies, ecocriticism, social conflict, and subaltern communities and resistance.”


Duke University Postdoctoral Fellowship in Latino/a Studies in the Global South

Deadline: March 20

Length: 1 year

Comments: “Research interests may include any––or a combination––of the following areas: the nineteenth-century translinguistic Americas; comparative U.S. literary history; Spanish as an “American” language; print culture and the global south; historical agency and memory; ethnoracial formations; gender and sexuality; citizenship; empire; migratory flows; hemispheric studies; and related topics.”