Dartmouth College invites applications for an open rank tenure-track position in Digital Humanities and Social Engagement (DHSE).
One or more hires will be a part of a new endowed research cluster, created through a Presidential initiative to extend Dartmouth’s impact on the world through
interdisciplinary faculty teams. The DHSE cluster focuses on feminist, anti-racist work in both teaching and research and promotes social engagement as a conscious
research agenda for the humanities. Its work will range across diverse areas, including the social and ethical dimensions of digital technologies, digital tools that use the humanities
to foster civic engagement, and data and technologies that promote justice. This interdisciplinary appointment will be based in one or more academic units appropriate to the research
and teaching areas of the successful candidate.
The University of Utah Department of Philosophy is hiring for an assistant or associate professor.
AoS is open, with a particular interest in applicants who engage with ethical issues that arise in the practice of research.
Backgrounds might include expertise in philosophy of medicine, ethics, philosophy of law, medical ethics, philosophy of science,
applied ethics, and research ethics, to name a few.
Oct 21, 2019 → Nov 26, 2019Michigan State University, Dept. of Philosophy, Feminist bioethics, Assistant or Associate
The Department of Philosophy at Michigan State University invites applications for a tenure-system, academic-year appointment at the rank of associate or assistant professor,
beginning August 16, 2020. Area of specialization: Feminist bioethics. Areas of competence: Open. The ideal candidate’s research will complement existing departmental strengths,
for example, by taking an empirically-informed approach to bioethics or focusing on social justice issues related to health and health care. A PhD in Philosophy or a closely allied field
prior to appointment is required. The candidate should be prepared to teach philosophy courses at the undergraduate and graduate level (four courses/year),
as well as participate in thesis supervision and engage in service on- and off-campus. The successful candidate will have a robust research program established at the time of hiring.
Candidates should be committed to teaching a diverse student body.
Review of applications starts Nov. 25th.
Oct 03, 2019 → Feb 01, 2020Post Doctoral Fellowship Economics, Politics, and Ethics, Dartmouth College
The Political Economy Project (PEP) is an interdisciplinary initiative combining empirical and normative perspectives---past and present---
at the intersection of economics, politics, and ethics.
Start date September 2020
Deadline for full consideration:
January 31, 2020, 12:00am EST
Oct 23, 2019 → Feb 29, 2020University of Connecticut, T-T, ancient philosophy
The Department of Philosophy at the University of Connecticut invites applications for an Assistant Professor (tenure-track) with an anticipated start date of August 23, 2020.
The normal teaching load is four courses per year. The Area of Specialization for this position is Ancient Greek Philosophy. The Area of Competence is open for this position.
Typical duties include research, teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels, and service. The University of Connecticut is a top-25 public research university in the U.S.
The Department of Philosophy is an extremely active research department with a strong graduate program.
The successful cand