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UNC Asheville Faculty Position

UNIVERSITY of NORTH CAROLINA, ASHEVILLE has an open Assistant Professor of Literature and Language. Click here for more information and to apply.

Scripps College: Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Professor

SCRIPPS COLLEGE is hiring an Assistant Professor in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality. Click here for more information and to apply.

South Dakota State University Fellowship

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY announces the Dissertation Fellowship for Underrepresented Scholars. Click SDSU Fellowship for Underrepresented Scholars Ad 2012.doc for more information and to apply

Indiana University, Bloomington - Gender Studies Post-Doc

INDIANA UNIVERSITY, BLOOIMNGTON announces a Post-Doctoral Fellow/Visiting Lecturer position in their Gender Studies Department. Click here for more information and to apply.

Henry Roe Cloud Dissertation Writing Fellowship in American Indian and Indigenous Studies

THE YALE GRADUATE SCHOOL of ARTS AND SCIENCES invites graduate scholars to apply for the 5th Annual Henry Roe Cloud Dissertation Writing Fellowship in American Indian and Indigenous Studies. The application deadline is March 21, 2014. Click here for more information and to apply.

Summer Dissertation Writing Funds requests due by 12:00pm NOON on April 11, 2014

Summer Dissertation Writing Funds are awarded only once in your PhD
career. The current award is an amount of up to $4,000. Criteria for
requesting available funds are that the student must be ABD, be
actively writing their dissertations, and not
have received the funds previously.

Audrey Christensen Award Applications due April 11, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. NOON.

The American Studies department announces the Audrey Christensen
Award. Up to two recipients will be awarded $500.00 each for the
purchase of books for use in research and study. All students in good
standing pursuing a Ph.D. in American Studies may apply. American
Studies was given a small endowed fund to allow graduate students to
create a library for their research and study.

Josie Fowler Peace and Justice Prize Applications due April 11, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. NOON.

Josephine Fowler, known as Josie to her friends, died of breast cancer
in 2006, just three years after completing her Ph.D. in American
studies. Her life spanned just 49 years, but was by any measure
remarkably rich, impassioned, and accomplished. In tribute to Josie's
amazing spirit, friends and colleagues have established a fund to
provide an annual $250 award for the purchase of books to a U of M
American studies graduate student doing research in the areas Josie
valued and changed with her life and labor--work that documents and
fights for positive change in the world. The prize, established in
Fall 2007, is intended to facilitate the purchase of books helpful to
the recipient's dissertation. Through this prize Josie will continue
to serve as a model of how to meld committed activism and principled
scholarship.

The American Studies department announces the Mulford Q. Sibley
Graduate Fellowship for Summer Research Support. This is a $3,000
fellowship and up to two (2) fellowships may be awarded. Eligible
applicants are pre-ABD students who are in their first or second year
who are in good standing and pursuing a Ph.D. in American Studies.
Applicants will be notified of results in early May.

Max Planck Institute Research Positions

THE MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE is pleased to announce they have up to ten staff research positions open in the Department for Socio-Cultural Diversity. Click here to learn about all the positions and to apply.

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