See https://employment.ric.edu/postings/5992 for more details.
They are seeking to hire an art historian with a focus in the ancient/Medieval world (up to 1400 CE), including colonial/intercultural contact. The full job description can be found here: https://appstate.peopleadmin.com/postings/31922
The Department of Art invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track appointment at the rank of assistant professor. The person appointed to this position will teach in the area of Pre-Columbian and/or Latin American Art. Duties include teaching a variety of lower-division courses, such as Art History Survey: Non-Western, Art History Survey: Ancient, Art History Survey: Modern, Art Appreciation, Looking at Art, and Introduction to the Fine Arts. Upper-division courses could include, depending on the successful candidate’s specialty: African Art; Art, Museums and Society; Global Modernisms; Missions of California; Pre-Columbian Art; Women and Gender in Art History; and/or Senior Seminar. As a new area in the Art History Program, candidates should expect to develop new courses in their area(s) of expertise to enrich the curriculum (2 or more new courses). Other responsibilities include participation in professional activities and research, departmental and university activities, committee work, curriculum development and long-range planning, advising, recruitment, and mentorship. Effective teaching, scholarly productivity, and service to the University are required for retention, promotion, and tenure. This position is contingent upon the availability of authorized funding. This is an academic year appointment.
A Ph.D. in Art History at the time of hire and evidence of effective university-level teaching are required.
Emphasis in Pre-Columbian Art with a minor field in Latin American Art, emphasis in Latin American Art with a minor field in Pre-Columbian Art, and/or research interest in Afro-Latinidad or in other diasporic communities of Latin America. A potential candidate’s consideration will be enhanced by providing evidence of scholarly accomplishment, university teaching experience beyond teaching assistantships, and outstanding teaching evaluations.
A complete application must include: an application cover letter specifically addressing the position description and qualifications; examples of scholarly activity; a statement of teaching philosophy; 2 sample syllabi of a lower- and upper-division course related to the candidate’s subfield; unofficial copies of graduate transcripts; copies of teaching evaluations; a curriculum vitae including the names, addresses, and telephone numbers and email addresses of three references. An application must also include a statement of your demonstrated commitment to working with faculty, staff, and students from diverse ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds in addition to any other required documents as indicated above. Official transcripts will be required at the time of hire.
The deadline for assuring full consideration is January 26, 2022 (extended to Feb. 2 and accepting applications afterward); however, the position will remain open and applications may be considered until the position is filled. This appointment begins on August 17, 2022.
To apply for this position, please click the “Apply Now” button on this page.
If you have questions regarding the position, please contact:
Dr. Scheiwiller, Director of the Art History Program
Department of Art
College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
California State University, Stanislaus
One University Circle Turlock, CA
Phone: +1 209 667-3497
The School of Art in the College of Art and Design at Rochester Institute of Technology welcomes applications for a tenure-track position in modern or contemporary art history within a global context, with expertise in one or more of the following geographic or cultural areas: African American art; African diasporic art; African art; Native North American art; Asian art; or Asian diasporic art. Engagement with innovative pedagogy is encouraged, and we are especially interested in candidates whose work could foster interdisciplinarity or collaboration with RIT colleagues and/or with communities or organizations across the larger Rochester area. For more information, visit https://www.rit.edu/artdesign/jobs
St. Francis College, Brooklyn (the “College”) is embarking on an ambitious plan to revitalize even as it remains true to its core mission: private, independent, co-educational, urban college whose Franciscan and Catholic traditions underpin its commitment to academic excellence, spiritual and moral values, social responsibility, justice and life-long learning. We are committed to diversity, equity and inclusion and we serve one of the most diverse student populations in New York City and the country. Candidates who have the professional skills, experience, and/or the willingness to engage in teaching, collaborative research, and community service with our diverse student body are particularly sought.
Position Summary: The College is seeking to build new digital projects into the curriculum. Accordingly, the Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities and Educational Technologist requires thinking imaginatively about how the College can create a vibrant interdisciplinary, inclusive digital learning and research space. To that end, the position will work with a diverse student body and faculty to develop new digital projects, identify digital tools to support specific research and curriculum needs, work to eliminate barriers and increase equity, and provide project development support. In addition, the successful candidate will design and facilitate digital literacy workshops for students and faculty and will stay current on the latest technologies and platforms, consult with the appropriate specialists when necessary, and consult about the acquisition of hardware, software, web hosting, data preservation and access, and security matters.
The College is therefore seeking a highly motivated educator who will teach two courses per semester in their area of specialization and/or an Introduction to Digital Humanities course, and will also serve as educational technologist for the College. This position will work in collaboration with the College’s new Center for Teaching, Learning, and Faculty Development and will work with faculty across the disciplines to design and implement digital learning and research initiatives that ensure equity and access for our students and community. We seek a colleague with a strong commitment to undergraduate interdisciplinary education in a diverse and vibrant community.
Commensurate with a faculty appointment at the Assistant Professor level, the successful candidate will also be expected to conduct research, mentor students, and participate in College-wide and departmental service. In addition, St. Francis College places special emphasis on providing students research and internship opportunities.
Anticipated Start Date: Fall Semester 2021
- Ph.D. in a humanities field. ABD candidates will be considered if degree will be completed by August 2021.
- Two years’ experience working in digital humanities and building digital projects.
- Two years’ teaching experience.
- Ability/willingness to teach interdisciplinary courses.
- Culturally sensitive, caring and friendly with a deep understanding and appreciation of an inclusivecollege community and the Franciscan traditions of St. Francis College.
- Ability to work with a diverse student, faculty and staff population.
- Understanding and support of the mission of St. Francis College.
- Experience with digital pedagogy, geospatial humanities, digital publishing, digital archiving, and data visualization.
- Experience with Adobe Suite with a focus in InDesign and Adobe Premiere.
- Experience working in teams.
- Experience working to advance diversity, equity and inclusion.
Review of applicants will begin in March 2021 and will continue until the position is filled. Interviews will be conducted interviews via Zoom. After initial review, applicants may be asked to provide additional materials. Women and candidates and persons from underrepresented diverse backgrounds and experiences are strongly encouraged to apply.
About St. Francis College: For 160 years, St. Francis has been driven by dreams-powered by big ideas, bold ambitions, and the courage to bring them to life. Located on a dynamic campus at a global crossroads, St. Francis College invites students to learn in the heart of Brooklyn, an exhilarating mix of cultures and neighborhoods, home to innovative starts, storied organizations, and the city’s largest concentration of college students. The College strives to offer ample opportunities for students to immerse themselves in the intellectual, cultural and professional opportunities afforded by New York City, and to serve the needs of the local community in which they live and study.We educate the whole person for a full, relational life, developing the students’ talents and abilities to form confident alumni well prepared for graduate study, for meaningful, fulfilling careers, as well as for collaborative, service-oriented leadership.St. Francis College is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity employer and we are strongly committed to increasing the diversity of our faculty, students, and the curriculum. Qualified candidates of diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
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Appalachian State University is looking for a specialist in Indigenous North or South American Art, Latin American Art, or Art of Africa/African Diaspora.
The Department of Art & Visual Culture at Spelman College invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Photography to begin August 2019.
The appointment requires a 3/3 teaching load, including introductory and advanced level of photography courses. Applicants should demonstrate skills in digital imaging/print-related technologies as well as the ability to teach Digital 2D Foundations (Adobe Creative Suite). The ideal candidate should have the ability to teach History of Photography as a part of the new Atlanta University Center Collective for Art History & Curatorial Studies and assist with building the new Photography program.
Responsibilities include teaching and mentoring undergraduate students in both the art and photography program, maintaining a well-articulated creative research/scholarship, service to the department and the college, and contributions to the overall mission of Spelman College.
The Department of Art & Visual Culture is part of ARTS@Spelman, which also includes the departments of Theater & Performance, Dance Performance & Choreography, Music, the Digital Moving Image Salon, the Museum of Fine Art and the Spelman College Innovation Lab. The College is planning a new innovation and arts building, which will be an interdisciplinary environment that supports and advances experimentation, collaboration, active play, research and the imaginative use of digital technologies.
The Department of Art History and Art Conservation in the Faculty of Arts and Science, in conjunction with the Agnes Etherington Art Centre (AEAC), at Queen’s University, invites applications for a Queen’s National Scholar (QNS) position at the rank of Associate or Assistant Professor with a specialization in the Arts and Visual Culture of Africa and/or its Diaspora (historical or contemporary). This is a tenured or tenure-track position with a preferred start date of July 1, 2018. Further information on the Queen’s National Scholar Program can be found on the website of the Office of the Vice-Principal (Research) at: http://queensu.ca/vpr/prizes-awards/queens-national-scholars.
Open to scholars from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds, preference will be given to established candidates who have as a primary field African and/or African Diaspora arts and visual culture, and a secondary strength in curatorial or museum studies. The successful candidate will have a record of scholarly research and publication; an interest in theoretical or contextual approaches such as Black studies, critical race studies, and/or critical museology; a record of collaborative or community-based scholarship and a demonstrated capacity for experiential teaching and learning; and a record of successful curatorial projects. Appointees will teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels, participate in graduate supervision at the MA and PhD levels across the university, and fulfill a curatorial role at the AEAC, which holds an outstanding collection of Central and West African art from the late 19th to the mid-20th century. https://agnes.queensu.ca/collections/african/.
This position complements and extends existing research and teaching strengths in the study of art and visual cultures within the Department of Art History and Art Conservation. The successful candidate will establish new, as well as expand current research networks, work collaboratively across departments, and advance the impact of Queen’s research and collections nationally and internationally. At the AEAC, the successful candidate will contribute towards exhibition and collections development, including modern and contemporary arts of Africa and its diaspora, research and programming, and lead student learning experiences including internships, gallery-focused seminars, and practica.
Candidates should have a PhD or equivalent degree completed at the start date of the appointment. The successful candidate will provide evidence of high quality scholarly output that demonstrates potential for independent research leading to peer assessed publications and the securing of external research funding, as well as strong potential for outstanding teaching contributions, and an ongoing commitment to academic and pedagogical excellence in support of the department’s programs. Candidates must provide evidence of an ability to work collaboratively in an interdisciplinary and student-centered environment. The successful candidate will be required to make substantive contributions through service to the department, the Faculty, the University, and/or the broader community including the AEAC. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. This position is subject to final budgetary approval by the University.
The Queen’s National Scholar Program expects that the successful candidate will demonstrate their ability to provide a rich and rewarding learning experience to all their students, and to develop a research program that aligns well with the University’s priorities. Further information on teaching and research priorities at Queen’s is available in the Queen’s Academic Plan and the Queen’s Strategic Research Plan
The University invites applications from all qualified individuals. Queen’s is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace and welcomes applications from women, visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, and LGBTQ persons. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority.
To comply with federal laws, the University is obliged to gather statistical information as to how many applicants for each job vacancy are Canadian citizens / permanent residents of Canada. Applicants need not identify their country of origin or citizenship; however, all applications must include one of the following statements: “I am a Canadian citizen / permanent resident of Canada”; OR, “I am not a Canadian citizen / permanent resident of Canada”. Applications that do not include this information will be deemed incomplete.
A complete application consists of:
- a cover letter (including one of the two statements regarding Canadian citizenship / permanent resident status specified in the previous paragraph);
- a current Curriculum Vitae (including a list of publications);
- a statement of research interests;
- a statement of teaching interests and experience (including teaching outlines and evaluations if available); and,
- three letters of reference to be sent directly by the referees to Professor Joan M. Schwartz, Department Head at the address below.
The deadline for applications is January 8, 2018. Applicants are encouraged to send all documents in their application packages electronically as PDFs to Professor Joan M. Schwartz at email@example.com, although hard copy applications may be submitted to:
Joan M. Schwartz, PhD, FRSC
Professor and Head
Department of Art History and Art Conservation
Ontario Hall 318C
67 University Avenue
CANADA K7L 3N6
The University will provide support in its recruitment processes to applicants with disabilities, including accommodation that takes into account an applicant’s accessibility needs. If you require accommodation during the interview process, please contact Diane Platt in The Department of Art History and Art Conservation, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Academic staff at Queen’s University are governed by a Collective Agreement between the University and the Queen’s University Faculty Association (QUFA), which is posted at http://queensu.ca/facultyrelations/faculty-librarians-and-archivists/collective-agreement and at http://www.qufa.ca.
Appointments are subject to review and final approval by the Principal. Candidates holding an existing tenure-track or continuing-adjunct appointment at Queen’s will not be considered.
The Texas State University School of Art and Design is currently seeking qualified applicants for an Assistant Professor (tenure-track) in contemporary art and visual culture, with the ability to also teach courses from a global perspective related to gender studies, new media, and/or curatorial practices (please see the below description as well as the attached job advertisement). The position, which begins Fall 2014, is a new line generated by the University to expand the art history area within the School of Art and Design. We are very excited about this commitment from the University and believe that it reflects the broadened research and scholarly goals established when the University was recently classified as an Emerging Research Institution. This expanded mission is one that should be of great benefit to the candidate. Texas State, which in 2010 also became a Hispanic Serving Institution, currently enrolls more than 35,000 students. Its main campus in San Marcos, which houses the School of Art and Design, is ideally situated within the burgeoning Austin-San Antonio corridor and thus makes it an attractive place in which to live and work. The art history area is one of six programs of study (5 undergraduate and one graduate) within the School, which enrolls over 1200 majors, including a newly expanded media focus within studio art. The candidate would have the opportunity to contribute to existing courses within the School as well as to develop new courses at all levels and to teach within the Honors College. There would also be curatorial opportunities within the University’s galleries as well as teaching and research opportunities with scholars across the School, College, University and in the greater South Texas area, including Houston and Dallas-Ft. Worth, which are within four hours of San Marcos.
The School of Art and Design at Texas State University invites applications for a tenure-track appointment in Art History. The selected candidate will be expected to be a productive scholar and an effective teacher of contemporary art and visual culture, with the ability to also teach courses from a global perspective related to gender studies, new media, and/or curatorial practices. The candidate will be expected to teach 3 courses per semester, including a course on Contemporary Art, a Renaissance to Modern Art survey, and advanced courses in field of specialization. Teaching experience beyond graduate assistantships and a record of research and publications in contemporary art and visual culture is preferred. The selected candidate will also be expected to actively participate in the art history program, to demonstrate potential for a substantive record of professional and peer recognition in the field of contemporary art history, and to engage in service to the school, college, university, and profession.
• A Ph.D. degree in Art History or a related field completed before September 2014
• A promising research agenda in the fields of contemporary art and visual culture
• Strong critical thinking skills
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• A record of research and publications in contemporary art and visual culture
• Successful university-level teaching experience beyond graduate assistantships
• Experience teaching a Renaissance to Modern survey and/or courses on contemporary art
• Research and/or teaching experience, from a global perspective, related to gender studies, new media, and/or curatorial practices
• Successful funding procurement and grant activity
• Service-related activities in art history or related program(s) and/or professional organization(s)
• A demonstrated commitment to diversity
For full consideration, applications should be received by December 1st.