The George Washington University has advertised an open rank, tenure-track or tenured faculty position in Korean Literature and Culture. Candidates must have a PhD in Korean literature or a closely-related field, native or near native fluency in Korean and English, and evidence of excellence in teaching Korean literature and culture at college level, as demonstrated by evaluations, and active research experience in the field of Korean literature and culture, as indicated by scholarly publications.… more
UNC Chapel Hill’s Department of Asian Studies invites applications for a tenure-track position in Korean studies at the rank of Assistant Professor. They welcome applicants with doctoral degree in hand or near completion in Korean studies, Korean language and literature, or related fields such as, but not limited to, anthropology, modern history, qualitative sociology, cultural studies, gender studies, visual studies, or performance studies. Native or near-native fluency in Korean and English and demonstrated potential for innovative scholarship are also required.
An interesting CFP from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. I suppose the question is “Does Hallyu matter?” and how. “Korean… more
Dartmouth College in New Hampshire seeks to fill two tenure-track positions, an Asian American literature position in the Department of English and Creative Writing and a transnational feminism expert in the Women’s, Gender, and Sexualities Program.… more
Cal State Long Beach is advertising for an Assistant Professor in the Department of Asian and Asian American Studies, someone with “a Ph.D. in East Asian languages and cultures, applied linguistics, foreign/second language education, or a relevant area of Korean studies.” Deadline on October 15.… more
Asian Studies at Cornell University is accepting applications for a tenure-track assistant professorship in Northeast Asian Critical Humanities. The department approaches Asian Humanities from diverse, but often complementary, disciplinary and theoretical arenas, including literature, film, media and visual culture, literary and intellectual history, religious studies, the investigation of imperial and colonial cultural forms and processes, translation studies, and study of modernities. Due November 1, 2017.… more
This special issue asks whether or not it is possible therefore to theorise a queer commons, and – if it is – what it might look like within social, political and cultural practice. Can a queer commons be found across historical periods in, for example, various sexually dissident communities; from drag queen communes to anarcho-queer punk collectives?… more