Tenure-Track Opportunity in History & AAAS
The Department of History and The Department of African and African American Studies opened a search for a Tenure-Track Professor in History and African and African American Studies. The two departments seek to appoint a tenure-track professor in 20th Century African American History. The appointment is expected to begin on July 1, 2022. The tenure-track professor will be responsible for teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels. For more information on this tenure-track opportunity and detailed instructions on how to submit applications, visit the job posting. The deadline to submit applications is Friday, September 24, 2021.
AAAS Faculty Playlist Recommendations
Black music has always advanced the struggle for Black liberation, through its mobilization of radical imagination, trenchant critique, affective intensity, and sonic fullness. Here are some musical selections from across the last century curated by our faculty, offering a vital soundscape for this summer of protest.
AAAAS Faculty Reading Recommendations
In light of the killing of George Floyd and the protests his death has engendered, several AAAS faculty members have recommended a few works that they believe might help others understand and respond appropriately to our complex political moment, particularly with respect to racism, police violence, political resistance, and state repression of dissent.