Fwd: [HealthHum] Health Humanities job search at UT Austins

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Felice Aull, Ph.D., M.A.
Founder, Literature, Arts, & Medicine Database
Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine
Division of Medical Humanities
NYU School of Medicine
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From: Barrish, Phillip J <pbar...@austin.utexas.edu>
Date: Wed, Oct 6, 2021 at 11:00 AM
Subject: [HealthHum] Health Humanities job search at UT Austins
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Dear Colleagues,

 

I’m excited to announce that the English department at UT-Austin is searching for an assistant professor, and that health humanities and disability students are among the four fields we are targeting. (The others two fields are environmental humanities and literature, science, and technology.) Note that the period is open but we are especially interested in candidates whose primary area of research focus is British, Transatlantic, or Anglophone literatures, rather than U.S.-American. We also seek candidates who bring a racial-justice lens to their research and teaching. For more information, go to https://apply.interfolio.com/94159.

 

Thank you, and please help spread the word!

Phil

 

Phillip Barrish

Tony Hilfer Professor of American and British Literature

Director, Master of Arts Program in Humanities, Health, and Medicine

Associate Director for Health and Humanities, UT Humanities Institute

Professor of Medical Education, Dell Medical School

University of Texas at Austin

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