New job listing service at Phylo

Posted: 5 de October de 2011 by Fernando Furtado in Job

We’re pleased to announce the launch of Phylo Jobs (
jobs), a free listing of job openings for academic philosophers.
Listings are accepted from department or search committee chairs (or
their authorized representatives) and verified for accuracy before
they appear. Phylo Jobs features include:
-full text search and filtering capabilities that sort jobs by
location, rank, AOS, AOC, and type of institution
-live, searchable map of philosophy job postings worldwide
-multiple delivery options including RSS, text-only, Twitter, and
-community jobs wiki for unofficial status updates (http://

Phylo Jobs currently lists 80 openings from departments worldwide.

We invite you to use Phylo Jobs in your search this year or to
officially post open positions. For an introductory screencast on
using Phylo Jobs, please visit Please
contact us at with questions or suggestions.


Phylo Jobs is part of a larger project, which combines data sources,
user feedback, and visual analytics to advance the study of the
discipline of philosophy. Our work traces the flow of ideas across
time by documenting the people, places, and institutions associated
with philosophy. As a service to the philosophical community, Phylo
also provides free information on professional opportunities and
activities, including job listings. Phylo was created by David Morrow
(University of Alabama at Birmingham) and Chris Alen Sula (Pratt
Institute School of Information & Library Science) and has received
support from DigitalHumanities@SILS/Pratt, the CUNY New Media Lab, and
the The Graduate Center of the City University of New York.


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