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Tenure-line Associate Professor, Women & Gender Studies and Philosophy
For Full Consideration Apply By: 11/14/22

George Mason University seeks to hire a scholar who works at the intersections of race and feminist theory with expertise in critical race feminisms, including such areas as: Black/African diasporic studies, Asian American studies, Latinx studies, indigenous and settler colonial studies, queer of color critique, environmental justice, or decolonial philosophies. Disciplinary training is open and transdisciplinary perspectives are welcomed. Preference will be given to approaches in the critical Humanities that engage with critical race feminisms. The successful candidate will demonstrate a strong commitment to social justice and anti-racism through their teaching and research.
Women and Gender Studies is the primary home for this position with some teaching responsibilities in the Department of Philosophy. To be appointed with tenure, the successful candidate will complete a tenure-upon-hire process. Teaching load is 2:2. The position will begin August 2023.

George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Mason’s academic and culturally inclusive environment.

Research indicates that women and individuals from marginalized groups tend to apply only when they meet all of the criteria. If you believe you’re qualified, but don’t necessarily check every box, please submit an application.