Vegans of Color

Because we don’t have the luxury of being single-issue

WOMEN’S STUDIES POSTDOC: Feminist Studies and Human Animal Studies and the Question of Species August 28, 2009

Filed under: vegan — Dr. A. Breeze Harper @ 10:44 am

What a great opportunity at Duke University.
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WOMEN’S STUDIES POSTDOC: Feminist Studies and Human Animal Studies and the Question of Species

The Duke University Program in Women’s Studies invites applications for two postdoctoral fellows in Interdisciplinary Feminist Studies with a research focus in Human Animal Studies and the Question of Species. We seek candidates with interdisciplinary experience in Women’s Studies. We welcome empirical, textual, and theoretical specialization from a diverse array of academic fields, political and cultural contexts, and historical periods. Postdoctoral fellows will participate in a faculty-graduate seminar on these themes and are expected to be in residence for the academic year. Fellows will teach one course related to their scholarship. The fellowship includes a stipend, health insurance, and office space. Applicants should have the PhD in hand by May 2010. Applications (including all letters of recommendations) must be received by November 17, 2009. Send C.V., 5-page project proposal, writing sample (25 pages), 1-page course proposal (undergraduate), and 3 letters of recommendation to: Ranjana Khanna, Director, Women’s Studies, Box 90760, 210 East Duke Building, Durham NC, 27708. Our program information is available at http://www.duke.edu/womstud. Duke University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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3 Responses to “WOMEN’S STUDIES POSTDOC: Feminist Studies and Human Animal Studies and the Question of Species”

  1. Truly Scrumptious Says:

    Why do I suddenly want to go back into academia?

  2. Elaine Vigneault Says:

    I hope one of the things they cover is that veganism is probably the most effective way way to prevent the most amount of death and suffering for both animals and women, particularly in the US.

    Why?

    1) Because heart disease is the number one killing of American women and it can virtually be prevented through a plant-based (vegan) diet.

    2) The second leading cause of death among American women is cancer. And we know that cancer risk is greatly reduced through eating a plant-based diet.

    3) The vast majority of animals made to suffer and die in the US and worldwide is for “food” production: dairy, eggs, meat…

    Thus, we can PREVENT most current causes of death and suffering among women and animals if we simply adopt and promote veganism!

  3. Brooke Says:

    Hi,
    I am a vegan of color and would love to write and be a part of your blog. Check out my blog at MamaEarthRocks.com and my website at ClimateChangeDietSecrets.com.
    It would be great to be in a community with other vegans of color.

    You Rock!
    Brooke aka EcoChef Love


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