Job and Research Opportunities


Assistant Professor of Education and Coordinator of Educational Leadership Program

At St. Lawrence University, we believe that the liberal arts offer an essential foundation for leadership. Our graduates go on to work in diverse settings, and we value candidates who can prepare leaders for a variety of learning environments.


Santa Fe Community College is currently recruiting:

Executive Director, Human Resources & Professional Development EEO Officer

Leads and directs the human resource functions of Santa Fe Community College. Ensures fair, consistent and legally compliant human resources policies procedures and practices and accurate HR data. Must be committed to serving a diverse college community. Actively participates in and contributes to continuous quality improvement.

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Application deadline is: 11/30/17


Santa Fe Community College is currently recruiting:

Associate Dean, School of Arts, Design and Media Arts and School of Liberal Arts

Assists the dean in the overall management of an assigned School of the Santa Fe Community College. Must be committed to serving a diverse college community. Actively participates in and contributes to continuous quality improvement and strives to close the achievement gap in the student population.

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Application deadline is: 11/20/17


Santa Fe Community College is currently recruiting: 

Writing Opportunity<

Deadline: December 1, 2017

Chiricú Journal: Latina/o Literatures, Arts, and Cultures invites scholarly articles and creative work that reexamine Latinx literatures in relation to our current political moment. The resurgence of white supremacist groups, the politics of immigration, and national advocacy by and for DREAMers and the DACAmented bring urgency to the reading, analysis, and teaching of Latinx literature. We welcome submissions that consider how Latinx literary voices from any time period shed light on contemporary U.S. politics. How have Latinx authors responded to vocabularies of inclusion, exclusion, or (be)longing? How have they shaped notions of citizenship, nation, borders, homeland, and identity? In addition to welcoming scholarly work, we encourage creative submissions in the form of short stories, poems, personal essays, visual work (including art & photography), and other mediums that address Latinx realities in the twenty-first century. Submissions may be in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Indigenous languages, or may involve translingual or polyglossal variations (i.e., Spanglish, Portunhol, Caló, etc.). 

Topics may include:

  • Citizenship, political activism, and ARTivism
  • Community, nostalgia, longing, and belonging
  • Multilingual and translingual narratives
  • Translation and untranslatability
  • Borders, migration, and exile
  • Nations and post-nationalism
  • Cultural and literary history
  • Literary and artistic networks
  • Genres, including: poetry, flash fiction, short story, autobiography, young adult fiction, science fiction, autoficción, graphic novels
  • Recovered texts
  • Approaches to teaching Latinx literature

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University of California, Davis Online Faculty Recruitment


Join us in April at the 6th Annual Faculty Women of Color in the Academy Conference!

Happening now: The call for proposals is OPEN! Proposals accepted for workshops that advance the FWCA mission to connect with colleagues, support aspirations, and empower growth and change.  Submit proposals here:

We are also accepting nominations of teaching / research and administrative / professional faculty for the Zenobia Lawrence Hikes Woman of Color in the Academy award. The award recognizes a woman of color with a distinguished career in higher education who is also an engaged member of her campus and community, with a history of advancing the development of young women of color as they pursue their education and prepare for careers in the academy and beyond. Go to 2018ZenobiaHikesAward for submission criteria or contact

2018 Critical Race Studies in Education Association (CRSEA) 
Theme: Land & Knowledge: Indigeneity, Survivance and Healing

Call for Papers Submission Period: Oct. 30, 2017 – Jan. 15, 2018 

The Conference will be hosted at The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, Student Union Bldg.

Conference Dates: Wed. May 30 – Fri. June 1, 2018. Website: