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)”


Williams College Visiting Assistant Professorship in English — Postcolonial Literature and Theory

Deadline: May 13

Length: 1 year with the possibility of renewal

Comments: “Applications in related fields—colonial literature, global Anglophone and world literature, Caribbean, African, and Afro-diasporic literary studies, South Asian literary studies, and comparative literature—will also be considered.”


Scripps College Assistant Professorship in Religious Studies

Deadline: October 1 (to begin Fall 2020)

Length: Tenure track

Comments: Seeking candidates “with a specialization in early Christian studies. Preference will be given to applicants with temporal and geographic range, whose research and teaching engage with critical theory (e.g., postcolonial, decolonial, and/or queer theory) as well as Africana Studies.”


Western Washington University Visiting Assistant Professorship in Religion, Culture, and Society in the Global South

Deadline: May 10

Length: 1 year

Comments: “The department’s specific preference is for a scholar with primary interests in Christianity in the Global South, and with a regional specialization in Africa, African diasporas, and/or Latin America.”


Earlham College Visiting Assistant Professorship in Art History

Deadline: Review begins immediately (posted on HigherEdJobs 4/2)

Length: 1 year

Comments: “All areas of specialization will be considered. A concentration in Modern/Contemporary Art or the History of Craft is preferred.” We “particularly welcome scholars eager to contribute to the College’s interdisciplinary programs in Women’s, Gender, Sexuality Studies, African and African American Studies, Peace and Global Studies, or Museum Studies.”


New Jersey City University Open Rank Professorship in African and African American Studies

Deadline: “Open until filled”

Length: Tenure-track

Comments:  “This position is a dual-appointment in the African & African-American Studies and the Lee Hagan Africana Studies Center.” The position includes directorship of the Hagan Center. “Candidates should have an earned doctorate in African & African-American Studies or a related field, with a concentration or extensive work in the history of the African Diaspora, particularly Blacks in the U.S., the Caribbean, or Latin America.”


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.”