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Ohio Wesleyan University — Assistant Professor of Africana, Gender, and Identity Studies

Ohio Wesleyan University — Assistant Professor of Africana, Gender, and Identity Studies

Ohio Wesleyan University is excited to grow its newly created interdisciplinary Department of Africana, Gender, and Identity Studies with a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor.

University of Notre Dame  — Full/Associate Professor, Historian of Slavery

University of Notre Dame — Full/Associate Professor, Historian of Slavery

The Department of Africana Studies announces a search for a historian of slavery in the Western Hemisphere, beginning Fall 2021. The position will be either at the full or associate professor level with the tenure home in Africana Studies and a joint appointment in Notre Dame’s new center for the comparative study of race that will be launched later this year.

San Diego State University — Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Afrolatinidad, Department of Africana Studies

San Diego State University — Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Afrolatinidad, Department of Africana Studies

The Department of Africana Studies seeks a scholar with expertise in the Black experiences of Latin America and who can expand our teaching on the diverse cultural expressions and histories of African descendant populations.

Northeastern University — Associate or Full Professor and Director of the Africana Studies Program

Northeastern University — Associate or Full Professor and Director of the Africana Studies Program

The Department of Cultures, Societies and Global Studies and the College of Social Sciences and Humanities at Northeastern University seek nominations and applications from leading scholars for the position of Director of the Africana Studies Program, with an expected start date of Fall 2021.

California State University Northridge — Tenure-Track Assistant Professor, Africana Studies

California State University Northridge — Tenure-Track Assistant Professor, Africana Studies

Primary responsibilities include teaching 100 to 400-level courses in African American History and the African Diaspora (e.g., African American History to 1865, African American History Since 1865, Classical African Civilizations, Traditional African Cultures, History of Caribbean Societies Since the 1830’s).

The Continuing Saga of Africana Studies at Cornell University

The Continuing Saga of Africana Studies at Cornell University

The search for a permanent director of the Africana Studies and Research Center comes up empty.