Passing on a lovely opportunity sent to us from folks at California State University:
We would like to announce our digital humanities / visual studies job to members of the Black Digital Humanities Lab. Here is the information:
Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, in digital humanities or visual studies.
The Comparative World Literature program at CSULB is excited to announce a new tenure-track position. We are looking for a colleague from any area within Comparative Literature with demonstrated research interests in digital humanities or visual studies. We are particularly eager to meet candidates whose intellectual work centers on one or more of the following: critical race theory, globalization / (de)colonization, digital diaspora, ecocriticism and environmental justice, carceral studies and / or (digital) surveillance studies, disability justice / technology, cyberfeminist critiques of race, gender, class etc.
We invite applications from candidates who are dynamic teachers. The successful candidate will be able to teach classes across the program curriculum, including Digital Narrative and Culture. We seek flexible teacher-scholars willing to work across disciplines, innovate and update curricula in the program, and foster connections with other scholars of “the digital” across the university. The ideal candidate will mentor students and build our program through outreach and excellence in teaching. Our search prioritizes applicants who will contribute to a climate that values diversity in all its forms.
Please find the position description attached below. We would be grateful if you would post our job advertisement and / or forward it to any promising candidates. Thank you for helping us to get the word out!
The job description is available here, as well as an application link: