Review of Applications Begins March 16, 2019; position open until filled
Special Instructions to Applicants Please submit a brief research statement of the project to be undertaken during the fellowship period, a c.v., a writing sample of approximately 25 pages (or comparable evidence of scholarly accomplishment), and the names of three references (with email addresses, whom we will contact for letters of recommendation).
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Department Summary The Center for Environmental Futures (CEF) is an interdisciplinary group of faculty and students that engages the environmental humanities, social sciences, art, and architecture, in dialogue with allied fields. Our mission is to encourage faculty and students in interdisciplinary environmental studies research and teaching, to encourage and support members of the community to participate in the University’s environmental studies programming and problem-solving and to cultivate relationships and build projects to address our most pressing environmental and social problems. The Center’s current co-directors are Stephanie LeMenager, the Barbara and Carlisle Moore Chair in English, and Marsha Weisiger, the Julie and Rocky Dixon Chair in U.S. Western History.
The environmental humanities, which stands at the core of CEF, contextualizes and complements environmental science and policy with a focus on narrative, critical thinking, history, cultural analysis, aesthetics, and ethics. For over twenty years, the University of Oregon has placed the environmental humanities at the center of conversations about our ecological futures. For more information, please consult: https://blogs.uoregon.edu/uocef/
Position Summary The University of Oregon’s Center for Environmental Futures invites applications for a fall-term Visiting Scholar position funded by the Mellon grant in the Environmental Humanities. Applications are welcome from scholars who study the environment from any perspective in the humanities or allied fields (for example ecological approaches to literature, gender, religion, politics, philosophy, the arts, and/or race; animal studies; indigenous studies, environmental justice, ethics and sustainability; environmental history, cultural geography; anthropology, or sociology). The fellow will offer a public lecture, attend regular Center research colloquia, and pursue independent research and writing. Independent scholars are welcome.
This is a 3 month position for Fall term 2019 only. The appointment comes with a fixed salary of $39,000 for the term, with additional moving expense reimbursement up to $2,000.
Minimum Requirements Visiting faculty appointments are for individuals who hold a like, similar, or relevant appointment at another institution or, pursuant to norms of the specific discipline, an individual who has recently obtained a terminal degree and is seeking further professional experience prior to seeking a professorship.
Specific qualifications related to this position are: • PhD – Candidates must be at least 3 years beyond PhD. • Candidates must be scholars of the environmental humanities or allied fields. • Open rank, scholars of all ranks including independent scholars are encouraged to apply.
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