Assistant Professor of Human-Environment Geography


Clark University


Thursday, September 30, 2021

Start Date

Saturday, January 1, 2022

Job Description:

The Graduate School of Geography at Clark University invites applications for a tenure track, Assistant Professor of Human-Environment Geography to join our internationally recognized program in Geography and contribute to our long-standing strength in the critical analysis of human-environment relationships.


We are especially interested in applicants with theoretical interests and empirical research agendas in political ecology broadly defined, including intersections with environment and development; environmental, energy, and climate justice; race, gender, and indigenous studies; food systems and agrarian studies; and/or land system science, as well as the ability to contribute to teaching in one or more of Clark's curricula in Global Environmental Studies and Women's and Gender Studies. Excellence in research and publication, potential to secure extramural funding, and capacities for strong undergraduate and graduate teaching, advising, and mentoring are required.