Graphic Explaining Phase 1 Initiatives The College of Arts & Letters and the College of Social Science at Michigan State University seek a group of culturally engaged digital arts and humanities scholars to join a transformative initiative to explore, interrogate, and cultivate Critical Diversity in a Digital Age (CDDA). We are looking for creative, collaborative leaders in digital humanities and digital arts who think synthetically about scholarship, teaching, and creative endeavors. These new colleagues will join a group of faculty and students at Michigan State University with an energetic focus on humanities questions of race, inclusion, cultural preservation, global interconnectedness, and engaged scholarship. They will be part of the Consortium for Critical Diversity in a Digital Age Research (CEDAR), which serves as an interdisciplinary catalyst for MSU scholars, artists, and teachers who work at the intersections of self/society, digital/material, and technology/culture to advance leading-edge scholarship and creative activity that interrogates diversity in a digital age.

We seek applications from creative, energetic, and empathetic scholars at the Associate or Full Professor level with a demonstrated record of leadership, achievement, and mentoring who will help further frame, develop, and support our CDDA initiative. We are seeking the following positions: