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Associate Editor - The Montana Historical Society 

The Montana Historical Society is seeking to hire an Associate Editor. Responsibilities include assisting with the production of press projects; editing and proofreading magazine and book manuscripts; researching, fact checking and writing a wide variety of copy materials; maintaining tracking systems; promotion; and working with historical photographs. Application must be done online here: job closes on February 2, 2019.

The job announcement is posted on the Magazine’s Facebook page

Two-year VAP in Environmental Studies - Williams College

The Program in Environmental Studies at Williams College invites applications for a full-time, two-year visiting professor position in environmental studies, for the period 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2021. We seek candidates with broad training in environmental social sciences to contribute to the curriculum and vitality of our interdisciplinary program. The successful candidate will have training in anthropology, sociology, geography, history or a related interdisciplinary environmental studies field. We are open to specialization, but are especially interested in candidates with a focus on sustainable food and agriculture studies.  A PhD at time of appointment is required. 

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, but all applications received by 5 February 2019 will be guaranteed full consideration. Using this Interfolio link:, please submit a Cover Letter, C.V., a two-page Teaching Statement that addresses your teaching approach and describes courses you might teach at Williams, a two-page Research Statement that describes the focus of your scholarship, Students Evaluations if applicable. Applicants must also have three Confidential Letters of Recommendation submitted on their behalf to the Interfolio site by 5 February 2019.

Associate/Assistant Professor, Productive Landscape History – The Ohio State University

The Landscape Architecture Section at The Ohio State University seeks to fill a tenure-track position at the Associate Professor or Assistant Professor Level. We are looking for applicants whose research and teaching illuminate the cultural, historical and ecological dimensions of productive landscapes past and present. We welcome applicants working on any part of the globe, in any time, and with diverse methodological approaches. We encourage applicants from disciplines including but not limited to environmental history, geography, landscape architecture, and planning. Candidates should be able to teach landscape history surveys and research seminars. Potential research interests within the history of productive landscapes might include agricultural production; garden history; the relation between food production and urban form; and cultural landscape and cultural anthropology.

Review of applications will begin immediately. The search will remain active, and applications will continue to be accepted, until the position is filled. Interviews will begin in January 2019. The anticipated starting date of the position is no later than August 2019. Salary and rank are commensurate with experience and qualifications.

General information about the Knowlton School can be found at:

For the full job description, and to apply online, visit

Additional inquiries may be directed to the search committee chair Forbes Lipschitz at

Two-Year Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship in Environmental Studies - College of the Holy Cross

The Environmental Studies Program at the College of the Holy Cross invites applications for a full-time, two-year postdoctoral fellowship (2019-2021) to begin August 2019.  A recent Ph.D. with a strong emphasis in environmental studies within the humanities, arts, and social sciences is required. A Ph.D. from an interdisciplinary program in Environmental Studies is preferred. Researchissues of particular interest include environmental racism, social and economic justice, globalism, urban nature, environmentally displaced communities.   

The fellow will teach three courses per year, including an Introduction to Environmental Humanities and Social Sciences course.  The appointment includes a competitive salary and full benefits.   Candidates must demonstrate commitment to, and excellence in, undergraduate teaching as informed by current practice and scholarship in the field.  

Information about our program can be found at:

Interested candidates should submit a letter of application, current curriculum vitae, a statement on teaching philosophy and interests, one sample syllabus of a course you have taught or would like to teach in this position, transcripts, and two confidential letters of recommendation to 

Interfolio:  For full consideration, please apply by January 18, 2018

Questions about this search may be directed to Prof. Sarah Luria, Director, Environmental Studies Program,



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