Open Faculty Positions

Each year, the College of Arts and Letters welcomes approximately 20 new faculty members.

Please follow the link to view each Arts and Letters departmental website for their 2014-15 open faculty positions at Departments.

Arts and Letters News

  • ND Expert: Chinese Government Threatened by Christianity

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    Government authorities in southeast China are continuing what local church leaders call a campaign against Christianity—knocking down crosses and razing sanctuaries at dozens of churches in the Zhejiang province. Christianity has grown so rapidly, it’s viewed as a threat by the Communist government, according to Lionel Jensen, associate professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of Notre Dame. Read More >

  • Video: Mary Celeste Kearney on Filmmaking and Girls' Media Culture

    Mary Celeste Kearney

    “The world of filmmaking and television production is dominated by men’s voices. We are not seeing enough representations that are actually from a girl or a woman’s perspective,” said Mary Celeste Kearney, associate professor of film, television, and theatre and a senior fellow in the gender studies program at the University of Notre Dame. Read More >

  • Video: Meet Gender Studies Major Natalie Perez

    Natalie Perez

    “Being in gender studies helps you really understand how to be an advocate for yourself and an advocate for other people as well,” said Natalie Perez ’14, a gender studies major in the College of Arts and Letters. Gender studies at Notre Dame is an interdisciplinary academic program which analyzes the significance of gender in all aspects of human life, especially in the social formation of human identities, practices, and institutions. “We live in a culture that’s very permissive about these [gender] stereotypes … and I don’t think it’s OK to sit back and accept things for the way they are,” said Perez. Read More >

  • Alumna Runs Guatemalan Orphanage

    Anne Attea

    “The love of charity is the form of faith.” Though Thomas Aquinas penned these words, Anne Attea ’86 has certainly lived them. For the past year, Attea has been the Director of el Hogar de Niños del Amor de Patricia, a home caring for abandoned, abused, and neglected children in Guatemala. Attea and her team provide these children with love and stability, as well as food, shelter, clothing, medical and dental care, music, fun, and education. Read More >