Bard Graduate Center
Faculty Position in Dress, Fashion, and Textile HistoryEmployer Website: https://www.bgc.bard.edu/about/5/careers
Bard Graduate Center announces a faculty search in Dress, Fashion, and Textile History. This position is open rank, tenured or tenure-track as appropriate, with a strong preference for senior (2+ completed projects) or advanced junior candidates (1 completed project). Ph.D. is required. Material knowledge of textiles, clothing, and its construction is essential. Preferred research area in 18th to 21st century Europe and America, which may include Indigenous, diasporic, migrant, and/or minoritized communities. The ability to teach graduate students about dress, fashion, and textiles in a wider global context is expected.
BGC is an interdisciplinary graduate research institute studying the cultural history of the material world. Our students gravitate to careers in museums, academia, the art world, and publishing.
Please send cv, cover letter, names of 3 recommenders and a writing sample no longer than 30 pages to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1 November 2021.
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