August 14, 2013
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Afro-indigenous Latin Colective Work
Tenure Track Position Announcement Assistant Professor Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice University of Delaware

Afro-indigenous Latin Colective Work

The Afro-indigenous Latin Collective is a working group made up of young people in Mexico interested in African culture and Indo-American cultural and musical expressions.
As a working group we have taken on the task of documenting these cultural expressions in audio and video media in order to disseminate through social networks.

Our work has focused on producing documentaries and music videos taken directly in the communities and in the recording studio.

With the material produced organize and produce live shows, music festivals and concerts, always with the idea degrade the greatest benefit for musicians through fair trade.

We have also compiled in digital musical groups have documented, that are available online to download for free in our various distribution channels (youtube, soundcloud, vimeo, facebook).

Given the above, we are pleased to invite you to experience our work, knowing that the topic is of interest to African and asking carefully to make the invitation extended to people who may be of interest.

Deputy send a presentation that briefly expose our goals as a collective. Hope it will be of interest and we are at your service for any activity that requires our participation.




Tenure Track Position Announcement
Assistant Professor
Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice
University of Delaware

The Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice at the University of Delaware invites applications for a tenure-track, Assistant Professor position beginning September 1, 2014. A Ph.D. is required, with preference for that degree being in Sociology. Applicants' primary area of expertise must be in race and ethnicity, with secondary areas open. However, the Department is especially interested in applicants whose secondary areas align with its existing or emerging strengths, including but not limited to (in alphabetical order) crime and deviance, environmental sociology and disasters, or the sociology of health. The Department has affiliations with Black American Studies (BAMS) and the Center for the Study of Diversity, in addition to the Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies (CDAS) and the Disaster Research Center (DRC). The Department also participates in the President's Diversity Initiative (see the PDI website for more information about this initiative, These affiliations offer opportunities for collaborative research, mentoring/professional development, and possible joint faculty appointments.

Applicants must apply on-line (, uploading an application letter describing teaching and research interests, vita, contact information for three references, evidence of teaching accomplishments, and one writing example (e.g., recent publication or a paper in progress).

Applicants should apply on-line at and should carefully read the "Applicant Instructions" under the "Resources for Applicants" tab before submitting their application. You must upload a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and names/contact information for three references (professional). The information submitted shall be shared with departmental faculty.

For inquiries only contact: Dr. Karen F. Parker, Chair, Sociology Search Committee; Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice; University of Delaware; Newark, DE 19716-2580,

Deadline for applications is October 25, 2013.

The University of Delaware is an equal opportunity employer that strongly encourages applications from minorities and women.

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