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Assistant Professor of English South Hadley, MA
The Mount Holyoke College Department of English invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in early U.S. literature. We seek applicants who work in the field of early U.S. literature, broadly defined and extending into the nineteenth century. Areas of particular interest include: Native American and Indigenous cultures; African American and Black diaspora frameworks; multiethnic and multilingual literatures; and hemispheric, transatlantic, and transpacific approaches. The successful candidate will teach introductory courses in the study of literature as well as courses within their area of expertise. Applicants should have teaching experience and a Ph.D. in hand or anticipated by Fall 2024.
Assistant Professor of Dance South Hadley, MA
The Mount Holyoke College Department of Dance invites applicants for a tenure-track position to begin July 1, 2024. We seek an artist and scholar with expertise in dance practices not traditionally linked to western concert dance. Their practices will, by contrast or complement, augment the study of dance that reflects Eurocentric traditions and American street dance from an Africanist aesthetic - providing an additional perspective for understanding both. We seek a colleague who will bring multi-modal inquiry into the issues of our time, focusing on cultural context, inclusive pedagogy, and practice as research.
Assistant Professor of Architectural History South Hadley, MA
The Mount Holyoke College Department of Art History and Architectural Studies invites applications for a historian/theorist of modern and contemporary architecture and urbanism for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor. This individual will provide critical support to our vibrant, growing Architectural Studies program while also serving the larger Art History track in our department. The contract for this position will start July 1, 2024.
Assistant Professor of Anthropology South Hadley, MA
The Mount Holyoke College Department of Sociology and Anthropology invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professorship in cultural anthropology with a specialization in medical anthropology. The position will begin in the Fall 2024 semester. We seek candidates engage with critical perspectives on human health, illness, and healing related to social equality, justice, and power. We especially welcome applicants who do ethnographically grounded work in regions not already covered by those in the department, including (but not limited to) sub-Saharan Africa, South and Southeast Asia, and minority and Indigenous communities of the Americas.
Open Rank Professor of Computer Science South Hadley, MA
The Mount Holyoke College Computer Science Department invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at any rank, to begin July 1, 2024. We are searching broadly for candidates with a strong commitment to excellence in teaching, a vibrant research program that can engage undergraduates, and a passion for working with a diverse population of students. Mount Holyoke's teaching load is 4 courses per year. We welcome applications in all specialties of computer science and related fields, and particularly in systems, theory and data science. 
Open Rank Professor of Mathematics and Statistics (Multiple Positions) South Hadley, MA
The Mount Holyoke College Department of Mathematics and Statistics invites applications for tenure-track faculty members from all fields of mathematics and statistics to begin in Fall 2024. These positions are open-rank, ideally with one at the assistant professor level and a senior hire at the associate or full professor level who is interested in mentorship and leadership in the department. One position is in statistics, while the others are open to mathematicians, statisticians, or data scientists. Qualifications include a doctorate in mathematics, statistics, or a related field, completed or anticipated by Fall 2024; a commitment to teaching and scholarship in a liberal arts environment; and evidence of classroom effectiveness.