The Brooklyn Institute for Social Research, an interdisciplinary teaching and research institute that offers critical, community-based education in the humanities and social sciences, is accepting applications for a variety of faculty positions, including:
- Sociology, Political Economy, or History (Area of Specialization: Race): Expertise contemporary sociology, political economy, and/or history as it connects to issues of race in the United States. Candidates must possess a deep familiarity with North American history in its multiple dimensions (cultural, political, economic), and strong preference will be given to those who can connect their particular area of expertise to contemporary issues and methods in other social scientific and humanistic disciplines.
- Art history: Expertise in modern art movements and aesthetics; strong grounding in critical and visual theory required. Fluency with Frankfurt School critical theory is strongly preferred. Ability to teach pre-modern subjects is a plus but not required. Seeking candidates to teach on subjects including European avant-gardes of the pre-, inter-, and post-war periods, contemporary art from digital work to new experiments, and a wide-array of related subjects.
For complete application information. Those interested can also visit the Brooklyn Institute’s faculty application page.