With the support of the Race, Place, and Equity grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the University of Virginia has launched a multiyear project to expand the undergraduate curriculum, diversify the faculty, and build relationships with local Black and Indigenous communities who have historically been marginalized from and directly harmed by their contact with the university. As part of the grant, UVA is hiring a tenure-track assistant professor of Native American and Indigenous Studies, to be housed in the College of Arts & Sciences or School of Architecture. A joint appointment is also possible. Applications will be welcome from scholars who could find a home in School of Architecture in the department of Architectural History or Landscape Architecture or the following departments in the College of Arts and Sciences: Carter G. Woodson Department of African American and African Studies; American Studies; Anthropology; Art; English; Global Studies; History; Media Studies; Politics; Religious Studies; Sociology; Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese; and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.

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