U Utah: Race & Communication (USA)


Assistant Professor in Race and Communication, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. Deadline: Review begins October 15, 2021, but open until filled.

The University of Utah’s Department of Communication, located in the College of Humanities, seeks a scholar whose research, teaching, and service expertise in race and communication complements and expands our existing strengths in Critical Cultural Studies; Communicating Science, Health, Environment, and Risk; Digital Media; and Rhetoric.

They invite applications for this tenure-track position from scholars and scholar-activists who have an outstanding research record (or the promise of such a record) in areas of communication focused on race and ethnicity theoretically anchored by frameworks that may include Chicanx and Latinx; Mestiza consciousness; critical race and post-colonial inquiry; Middle Eastern, South Asian, or African studies; Pacific Islander; indigeneity; intersectionality. The successful applicant may also study race and communication in myriad contexts such as sport; science and technology; media, popular culture, or digital media; public health; environmentalism; globalization. They invite applicants who will innovatively expand the Department, including those who diverge from the parameters of the position description.

Boston College: Race & Communication (USA)

“JobAssistant Professor of Race and Communication, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Boston College, MA, USA. Deadline: 1 October, 2021.

The Department of Communication and the African and African Diaspora Studies Program at Boston College invite applications for a joint tenure-track Assistant Professor position in the area of race and communication. The successful candidate should demonstrate teaching and research experience in the areas of communication and media studies, as well as critical race studies. The successful candidate should be prepared to teach courses including Black Popular Culture, Theories of Culture and Identity, and additional classes in the candidate’s area of specialty. Applicants with research interests in diasporic or global media are particularly encouraged to apply. The Communication Department and the African and African Diaspora Studies Program at Boston College are committed to excellence in research, scholarship, and teaching. The teaching load for the position is 3/2, or 5 courses, to be divided between the Department of Communication and the African and African Diaspora Studies Program.

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