Assistant Professor in Black American and Diasporic Cinema
The English department at Boston University invites applications for a tenure-track position in Black American and Diasporic Cinema at the rank of Assistant Professor, starting July 1, 2024. We welcome candidates with strong research profiles in the history, culture, politics and poetics of Black cinema within and beyond the confines of Hollywood, including considerations of race, film historiography and the archive; international, anti-colonial and/or Black Diasporic cinematic traditions; theoretical work on race, performance, spectatorship and identification; intermedial work spanning film, television, digital media, photography, video games and visual art; and intersectional approaches to race, gender and sexuality. In addition to English, the successful candidate would hold strong ties to the Cinema & Media Studies Program, the African American & Black Diaspora Studies Program, and the American & New England Studies Program.
More information on position and how to apply here.