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PCA/ACA Positions

Nominations are solicited for two elected positions in the PCA/ACA
Position #1: Seeking nominations for a Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion. Candidates must demonstrate a strong interest in providing leadership in the diversification of the PCA/ACA. They must also possess experience in providing leadership for diversity and inclusion practices. Finally, candidates must demonstrate a strong commitment to the PCA/ACA organization.
Position #2: Seeking nominations for an At-Large Governing Board Member. Candidates must demonstrate a robust willingness to serve the organization, as well as possess significant experience within the PCA/ACA.
Nominations and self-nominations may be sent to
Gary Hoppenstand, Chairperson of Elections Sub-Committee (
CC Brendan Riley, Executive Director of Operations (

All nomination statements must be limited to two pages in length. Each nomination statement must include the following:

1) Statement of interest in the PCA/ACA position.
2) Experience or background in the PCA/ACA that supports qualifications for the position.
3) Vision statement for the position. (250 words maximum)
Nomination packets should also include
4) An attached, updated CV.
Important note: For those nominations other than self-nominations, a two-stage process will be used. Individuals who are nominated by a second party will be contacted by the EDO to provide the above required information contained in the nomination form in a timely manner to Gary Hoppenstand.  If you intend to nominate someone else, please do so as early as possible to give them time to prepare their materials.


Nominations must be received by February 15, 2016.  All follow-up nomination materials must be received by February 18, 2016.

Wanted: Network Editors and Review Editors

H-PCAACA is issuing a call for new Network Editors and Review Editors. If you are interested in joining H-PCAACA’s volunteer team of Editors, please email us at with a C.V. and cover letter attached. H-PCAACA is also looking for bloggers on a recurring or one time basis to contribute to our blogs and projects.

The editorial staff of H-PCAACA is dedicated to expanding the Network’s scope and reach. The new capacity of the H-Net Commons for multi-media content is ideally suited to host projects including blogs, podcasts, a peer reviewed paper series, crowdsourced ventures, and document collections. Currently H-PCAACA is featuring three blogs and is looking to expand into new territory with a new popular culture reference guide and popular culture reviews. Please also indicate in your email if there is a specific project or topic you would like to focus on. Graduate students and recent PhDs are welcome to apply.

H-Net Review Editors assign reviews and manage submissions via H-Net’s review system. Reviews are a vital and vibrant part of H-Net’s mission and provide a tremendous service to the academic community. Popular culture has become a hot topic in the past few years and there is a wealth of new scholarship available. H-Net has access to the latest in publications on education and teaching and an established audience. By H-Net guidelines, Book Review Editors must have PhDs.

H-Net provides online training that must be completed by all new editors. The training is short and will give editors the ability to fully utilize the potential of the H-Net’s Commons. Editors share in the responsibilities of managing the network according to a monthly rotation. All editors must agree to a two-year commitment. Most importantly, prospective editors must have enthusasm for education and a willingness to be an active part of an editorial team.

In your cover letter, please state your reasons for wanting to become an H-PCAACA editor. Your cover letter should also incorporate an acknowledgement of your willingness to assume a two-year commitment and agreement to abide by H-Net’s constitution, bylaws and policies. All applications must include complete and current contact information, a reliable email address, graduate school and program and year of study.

Editing H-NET networks provides valuable service to your field and a unique line to your CV. If you have any questions, please email us at

Job Posting: Springfield College American Literature

Springfield College invites applications for a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor of American Literature in the Department of Humanities. Tine College Is seeking candidates with experience teaching pre-Civil War American literature with additional expertise in diverse literatures and film studies. A strong commitment to equity, diversity and student success is required. Responsibilities Include teaching four courses per semester including first-year writing.

Successful candidates must have an earned doctorate from a regionally accredited institution and demonstrate excellence in teaching. ABDs will be considered. Initial review of applications will begin November 14, 2014 with an employment date of August, 2015. Applicants should send a letter of interest, a statement of teaching and research philosophy, curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information for 3-5 professional references to: Dr. Anne Herzog, Dean, School of Arts, Sciences, and Professional Studies, Springfield College, 263 Alden Street, Springfield, MA 01109.

E-materials accepted at

Online Religion/Popular Culture Journal Seeks Writers

Nomos Journal (NJ) is an online journal engaging the intersection between religion and popular culture. NJ considers brief academic articles (1500-3000 words) that explore this intersection, but is unique in that it also accepts submissions of poetry, artwork, photography, and reflective essays. The journal maintains the understanding that some of the best explorations of these cultural dimensions take place outside of a more traditional academic approach.

NJ is also currently seeking additional staff writers to contribute quarterly posts (750-1250 words) to a unique column of their own. The journal is open to ideas for a column that would explore a particular area of religion (broadly defined) and popular culture. Examples include, but are certainly not limited to: religion and film; religion and popular literature/comics; religion and celebrities/[idol]atry; religion and television; religion and popular festivals; religion and online social networking; religion/atheism in the media, etc. Experience is preferred, though not required; writing samples and a CV will be requested, regardless. Please visit the address listed below for more information.

Providence College Seeks Adjunct

Providence College’s baccalaureate program in Health Policy and Management seeks an adjunct faculty member to fill a one semester sabbatical replacement faculty position beginning in January 2014. The successful candidate will teach three sections of the program’s required course in policy analysis and an elective course in an area of the candidate’s expertise. Candidates must demonstrate a commitment to teaching and support the mission of Providence College.  This full time position includes health insurance benefits, and the salary at PC is competitive. A master’s degree is required; PhD or ABD preferred. Please submit a statement of interest, current vita, sample syllabi, teaching evaluations,  graduate transcripts, and three letters of reference to Dr. Robert Hackey, Program Director, Health Policy and Management Program, Providence College, Providence, RI 02918; phone 401-865-2453, fax 401-865-2978, or email For more information about our program, please visit our website: Providence College is a Roman Catholic, four-year liberal arts college conducted under the auspices of the Dominican Friars. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, the College especially encourages applications from women and people of color. A review of applications will begin on September 1, 2013 and continue until the position is filled.