FSU: Now with even more opportunities to come hang out with me in always sunny Tallahassee.
Timothy Gannon Post-Doctoral Fellow in Religion
The Religion Department at Florida State University seeks candidates for a two-year post-doctoral research and teaching fellowship in American religious history with a focus on issues of race, ethnicity, and identity. Applications from candidates working in the areas of African American and Hispanic religious history are especially welcome.
The appointed fellow will be expected to teach two courses each semester. Applicants must expect to have their doctorate in hand by August 10, 2016 and must have earned their doctorate no earlier than August 1, 2010. The fellowship comes with a small travel/research grant. For full consideration, a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement on research, writing sample, and teaching dossier must be submitted (in one pdf file) by January 15, 2016 at http://jobs.fsu.edu (Job ID 39445).
Three confidential letters of reference and an unofficial graduate transcript must also be submitted by that date to RELfirstname.lastname@example.org. Candidates must be able to show valid U.S. work authorization at the time of hire. An equal opportunity employer, the Florida State University is committed to hiring and supporting faculty who can contribute to our development of a culturally diverse community through teaching, research, scholarship, and service. Florida State University is a Research I University of over 40,000 students located in Tallahassee, Florida.
And for those still in graduate school: get your papers in for the 2016 Graduate Student Symposium by December 12, 2015. This year will feature a keynote address from Dr. Kathryn Lofton titled "The Status of Celebrity in the Study of Religion," the best receptions this side of the AAR, and a roundtable discussion featuring Chip Callahan and John Lardas Modern.