Stanford University is now accepting applications for
8-10 fellowships and 1-2 lecturers for 2010-11.
Fellowships and Lecturer positions are open to scholars in all humanistic
disciplines and areas of specialization, who will have filed for their Ph.D.
degree no later than June 30, 2011. To meet the needs of the IHUM
curriculum, IHUM especially seeks candidates from the fields of American
studies (history, politics), archeology, classics, comparative literature,
European history, new media, philosophy, poetry, religious studies and
Eligible candidates will demonstrate a strong record of humanities
scholarship and evidence of teaching excellence. Other desired
qualifications are: experience in teaching first-year university students;
interdisciplinary research and/or teaching experience; familiarity with
team-teaching; and experience in writing instruction. Application deadline
is February 28, 2011. Decisions are expected to be announced in late May.
To apply for a Stanford IHUM or SLE post-doctoral position,
follow the directions on this Web site:
AS A PRIVATE INSTITUTION, STANFORD UNIVERSITY HAS A STRONG AND ONGOING
COMMITMENT TO THE PRINCIPLE OF DIVERSITY. IN THAT SPIRIT, WE ESPECIALLY
ENCOURAGE APPLICATIONS FROM ALL PEOPLE INCLUDING WOMEN, MEMBERS OF ETHNIC
MINORITY GROUPS, AND DISABLED PERSONS.