The Award: The fellowship includes a salary of $66,000 per year, employee health insurance eligibility, up to $2,500 reimbursement for relocation expenses, and a $2,500 annual allowance for travel and other professional expenses.
The Department of History at Washington State University seeks to hire a two-year-long teaching postdoc to teach the university’s core undergraduate course, “The Roots of Contemporary Issues” beginning August 2018, pending budgetary approval. “The Roots of Contemporary Issues” is a history course that helps students make sense of our complex world by focusing on the deep historical roots of present-day issues in global perspective. Areas of specialty are open, but successful candidates must have a Ph.D. at time of appointment, graduate training that demonstrates their ability to understand historical problems in transnational, comparative, or global perspective; demonstrated ability to engage students in discussions on issues relating to the history of the environment, globalization, social inequalities, diverse ways of thinking, and world conflicts. Teaching experience preferred. Roots of Contemporary Issues postdocs are hired to teach a 4/4 load with one preparation. WSU is an EO/AA Educator and Employer.
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Legacy Scholars Program
Ask yourself, what in my application will make the Admissions Committee sit up and take note. No one will remember a person who worked for xyz company and met all targets, but everyone will remember the person who did not let the adversity he faced in oil fields of conflict-torn Algeria affect his contribution at work. Who can miss that Chinese interpreter who endeavored to implement state-of-the-art technology in office or the boy who missed basketball to help his sister compose herself just when she was falling apart? You might not have worked in Algeria, may not know Chinese and may not have a sister but you do have plenty in your background to leave a similar message with the admissions committees.
Open Until Filled / No Deadline Stated
Indiana University, Bloomington is pleased to accept applications for the CRRES Postdoctoral Fellowship for scholars studying race and ethnicity from a broad range of fields in the social sciences, humanities, education, law, public policy, and public health. These fellowships are designed to nurture the academic careers of new scholars by providing opportunities to pursue research while gaining teaching experience and mentorship from CRRES affiliates and faculty in host departments. Strong applicants will demonstrate evidence of scholarship potentially competitive for tenure-track appointments at Indiana University and other research universities.
Salary: $45,000 per year + benefits.
The IAHI Postdoctoral Research Program aims to create a legacy of scholars with rich experience in collaborative, interdisciplinary, and publicly engaged research across the arts, humanities, and social sciences. This program is designed to nurture the academic careers of early career scholars by providing opportunities to pursue innovative research while gaining mentoring from IAHI affiliates and faculty.
Applications should be submitted through AcademicJobsOnline at:
The Postdoctoral Research Appointee will receive up to $3,000 each year in research support for travel related to IAHI efforts. Furthermore, each Postdoctoral Research Appointee will be eligible for enrollment in an IU sponsored healthcare program, see details on available plans here:
The appointment will be effective July 1, 2018.
The Mandel Fellowships are intended for scholars, from Israel and abroad, who have shown exceptional excellence, depth, and originality, and whose research may enrich academic and cultural discourse. Applications will be accepted from candidates who completed their doctoral degrees no earlier than October 1, 2013. Candidates who have not yet completed their degrees may apply if they have submitted their dissertations by September 25, 2017. If awarded the fellowship, their acceptance will be conditional upon approval of their doctoral degrees by April 1, 2018. Mandel Scholars engage in research in optimal conditions and teach one annual course (2 hours per week). Teaching in English is possible. Mandel Scholars receive approximately 150,000 NIS per year in addition to a research budget. The fellowship is for three years, beginning October 1, 2018. There is an option for a two- or one-year tenure. Scholars are selected on a competitive basis with no preference for a specific field of study in the humanities or Jewish studies.