The following positions will be of particular
interest to ASAP members and friends.
The Public Administration and International Affairs department at the Maxwell School (Syracuse University) is highly interdisciplinary and these searches for Public Policy and Public Management scholars are open to anthropologists, and to
scholars working on non-United States contexts.
Public Policy Analysis: https://www.sujobopps.com/postings/61179
Public Management: https://www.sujobopps.com/postings/61120
Apologies for cross-posting, but several of these tenure-track searches might fit well with anthropology-of-policy approaches.
The nine positions are in the Indiana University School of Global and International Studies (SGIS). Full information is in the link below.
Here is a very cool public policy job opening at my alma mater, the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. It would be great to see an anthropologist in this position! Here is a link with the relevant information:
See (many of) you in Denver! And, please circulate this job ad in your own circles.
Susan B. Hyatt, IUPUI, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Department Chair
Cavanaugh 413, 425 University Blvd., Indianapolis, IN 46202
317.278.4548; [email protected]
Apologies for any cross-posting, but this may be of special interest to ASAP members and friends.
The Humphrey School seeks to hire an advanced Associate or Full Professor whose research, scholarship, academic leadership and service focus broadly on Women, Gender and Public Policy. This faculty position includes leadership of the Humphrey School’s Center on Women, Gender and Public Policy (http://www.hhh.umn.edu/centers/wpp/index.html) so significant experience related to institution-building is expected. The successful applicant will possess an outstanding record of scholarship focused on gender and (among others) feminist theory, critical race theory, intersectionality, governance, social movements, economic development, wealth, work, or violence. Areas of specialty may be domestic and/or international; engagement with public policy issues is desirable.
A full description of the position is available online at;
Information provided by Greta Friedemann-Sánchez, Ph.D. ([email protected]), Associate Professor, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota
The Department of Religion and Culture at Virginia Tech is searching for a tenure-track assistant professor of Public Humanities to participate in the Master’s Program in Material Culture and Public Humanities and the undergraduate curriculum in Religion and Culture beginning fall 2015. Further information about this position is accessible through the links below.
Thanks for your consideration.
Department of Religion and Culture
242 Lane Hall (0227)