Assistant Professor, Princeton Environmental Institute
The Princeton Environmental Institute invites applications at the assistant professor level from scholars specializing in the Environmental Humanities. Princeton University is committed to undergraduate as well as graduate teaching and advising, and the successful candidate will teach at all levels and supervise doctoral research. This is a joint position between the Princeton Environmental Institute and a partnering humanities department.
The successful candidate should have a strong interest in helping forge links across disciplines, building on the Princeton's strong commitment to interdisciplinary and international approaches to the environmental humanities. The expertise of the successful candidate is open with respect to discipline. Anticipated start date is September 1, 2020.
All research approaches are welcome, including those related to animal and plant studies, the built environment, climate change, the digital environmental humanities, ecocriticism, ecofeminism, the energy humanities, environmental history, environmental justice, environmental law, indigenous and postcolonial environmentalisms, public health, queer ecologies, race studies, religious studies, socioenvironmental futures, and urban and regional planning.
Please apply online at https://www.princeton.edu/acad-positions/position/13221 with a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a dissertation or book abstract, writing sample (under 30 pages), and a statement of teaching philosophy. You will also be required to submit contact information for three references. For full consideration, please submit your application by October 5, 2019.
We seek a faculty member who will create a climate that embraces excellence and diversity, with a strong commitment to research and teaching. The ideal candidate will enhance the work of the Princeton Environmental Institute and their home department and will attract and retain a diverse student body. We strongly encourage applications from members of all underrepresented groups.