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The Brandeis History Department seeks to appoint a tenure track assistant professor of British history, including Imperial or Commonwealth history, since 1750.
The successful candidate will teach courses on modern Britain and one course or more, depending on specialization, on Britain's presence overseas. The candidate must be committed to publishing original scholarly work as well as to undergraduate and graduate teaching, and should have a Ph.D. in hand when the appointment begins, in the fall of 2015.
Candidates should submit a letter of application, c.v., a writing sample of no more than forty pages, and three letters of reference online by October 17, 2014 at AcademicJobsOnline: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/4617. Brandeis is an equal opportunity employer committed to building a culturally diverse intellectual community and strongly encourages applications from women and members of historically underrepresented groups. Questions about the search may be addressed to Dona DeLorenzo, email@example.com.
Mellon Foundation to Fund a Revolutionary seminar The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded a $175,000 grant to Brandeis University to organize a year-long seminar that will bring together faculty and graduate students from Brandeis and other schools in the Boston area to consider the entangled histories and enduring effects of the American (1776-1783), French (1789-1799) and Haitian (1791-1804) revolutions. The seminar was conceived and will be led by two members of the Brandeis faculty, Jane Kamensky, the Harry S. Truman Professor of American Civilization, and Susan S. Lanser, Professor of Comparative Literature, English, and Women's and Gender Studies.Jennifer Ratner-Rosenhagen, 2003