American Indian Studies
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Arizona State University
The American Indian Studies Program (AIS) in The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences on the Tempe Campus of Arizona State University invites applications for a full-time faculty position (open rank – Assistant, Associate or Full Professor). The anticipated start date is August 2022. This is an academic year, benefits-eligible, tenure eligible position.
QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE POSITION INCLUDE:
Assistant, associate, or full professor level with a specialization or focus on Indigenous geographies. Areas of Specialty may be in any one or a combination of the following: Indigenous Knowledge, Indigenous methodologies, community and regional planning, design, architecture, environmental studies, sustainability, geography, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technologies, cartography; placemaking, placekeeping, data sovereignty (GIS and mapping), TEK; Planning on Indigenous Lands, Contemporary Indigenous Architecture, Indigenous Design and Planning, Indigenized Mapping, Reclaiming Geospatial Data; Demography.
The successful candidate will be expected to develop and maintain a rigorous research program; teach courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels in American Indian Studies; contribute to curriculum development and graduate advising; serve on school, college and university committees; and provide service to the school, professional associations and the community. The College values our cultural and intellectual diversity, and continually strives to foster a welcoming and inclusive environment. We are especially interested in applicants who can strengthen the diversity of the academic community.
ABOUT AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES:
American Indian Studies at Arizona State University is a diverse and innovative graduate and undergraduate degree program at one of the top universities in the Southwest. AIS offers a B.S. degree, an undergraduate minor, and an M.S. degree. At ASU, AIS emphasizes tribal governance and planning, food sovereignty and sustainability, Indigenous community health and research, Indigenous print and material cultures, land-based pedagogies, and Indigenous intellectual history. The AIS faculty is embedded in Indigenous communities, actively collaborates with other departments and programs across the campus, and engages in a national and international network of professional associations and consultancies. Centered in the ancestral homeland of the Akimel O’odham, ASU is a crossroads for Arizona’s twenty-two Indigenous nations, including one of the largest Native urban populations in the US. ASU has an enrollment of more than 4,000 American Indian students from Arizona and elsewhere. See our website for more information: http://americanindian.clas.asu.edu/
The initial deadline to apply is December 10, 2021, for full consideration. If the position is not filled, applications will be evaluated every other Friday thereafter until the search is closed.
Questions concerning American Indian Studies and the position should be addressed to David Martínez at David.Martinez.email@example.com or (480) 727-9818.
Background check is required for employment.
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