Thanks to Kelly Baker Josephs (Small Axe) at The Caribbean Commons for announcing this great opportunity for recent graduates: the Rutgers University Postdoctoral Fellowship in Critical Caribbean Studies. The applications deadline is Friday, January 12, 2013.
Description and Guidelines (excerpts): Critical Caribbean Studies at Rutgers, in collaboration with the Department of Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies is pleased to announce a one-year competitive postdoctoral fellowship for a scholar pursuing research in Caribbean Studies. Scholars working on comparative cultural studies especially the Dutch or the French Caribbean, with focus on transnationalism, migration and/or queer feminist studies are encouraged to apply, but we welcome applications from all scholars who feel that their work would benefit from affiliation with Rutgers. The selected fellow will receive a stipend of $65,000 as well as an annual research allocation of $3,000 and Rutgers University health benefits. The successful applicant must have the doctorate in hand at the time of application (defense date no later than May 31, 2013), be no more than three years beyond the Ph.D., and be able to teach one course during their tenure at Rutgers.
The Department of Latino and Hispanic Caribbean studies (http://latcar.rutgers.edu/) was founded in 1973, and offers interdisciplinary courses in Latino and Caribbean studies at the undergraduate level. The department’s mission includes the study of the Anglo, French and Hispanic Caribbean. Department faculty include 12 core, and 32 affiliate members, enriched by specializations in Africana Studies, Art History, Anthropology, Geography, History, Philosophy, Sociology Women’s and Gender Studies, and Comparative Literatures in English, French, and Spanish.
Critical Caribbean Studies at Rutgers http://criticalcaribbean.rutgers.edu/ aims to foster multi-disciplinary research about the Caribbean to allow a better understanding of the region and its people from a variety of perspectives. [. . .]
Candidates should submit their applications, consisting of a CV, a 1,500-word statement and 3 letters of recommendation, electronically to https://secure.interfolio.com/apply/18914
The statement should address the following: (1) the significance of the [candidate’s] research and the specific project that will be developed during the one year postdoctoral fellowship, (2) a brief description of the course the candidate could offer, and (3) how and why Rutgers can advance the candidates areas of research. Applications must be received by Friday, January 12, 2013.
[Image above from the Rutgers Critical Caribbean studies site, see below.]
For original, full post, see http://caribbean.commons.gc.cuny.edu/2012/10/19/postdoctoral-fellowship-in-critical-caribbean-studies/ and http://criticalcaribbean.rutgers.edu/about/announcements/17-postdoctoral-fellowship-n-critical-caribbean-studies
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DEAR RUTGERS UNIVERSITY : YOU PRODUCED JUNOT DIAZ!!! WHY ARE YOU WASTING YOUR MONEY IN SUCH A PROGRAM! “FGS”- FIGURE IT OUT!1?? ARE YOU GIVEN ALL THAT LEEWAY OF $65,OOO/ YEAR . PLUS HEALTH BENEFITS AND $3,000 TO TRAVEL TO MANHATTAN, ETC. TO SOMEBODY WRITING A “RODDY” (FGS-FIGUERE IT OUT, AGAIN!!!) THESIS GIVE ALL THAT MONEY TO THE NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FOUNDATION TO CREATE PROGRAMS IN THE SAME LINE OF CARIBBEAN DIASPORA IN ALL THE LANGUAGES PLUS THE DIALECTS AND THE REST OF THE UNIVERSAL LINGUISTIC EXPRESSIONS IN THE SAME GEOGRAPHICAL AREA TO ANY PERSON(PREFERABLY A MAN OR WOMAN OF COLOR RESIDING IN THE CARIBBEAN, AND I AGREE WITH YOU DUTCH AND FRENCH SHOUL BE GIVEN A PRIORITY) WHO CAN DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO DO WORK IN THAT AREA OF STUDY AND,PLEASE?!!! DO AWAY WITH THAT DOCTORATE TRACK AND SO, FORTH!!? ARE YOU LISTENING!!? NOT YOU ARE NOT!!!? IS WHAT ERNEY MENDEL FROM THE DREAM WORLD INSTITUTE IN PORTLAND OREGON SAYS: ” WE LIVE IN A DREAM LIKE CALDERON DE LA BARCA SAYS” LIFE IS A DREAM.” POOF? CLICK OUT!! PEDRO FROM THE CARIBBEAN, CLICKING OUT. ADIOS!!
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