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Job Announcements

Deaf Studies Professor (Tenure-Track positions)
California State University, Northridge
Northridge, California, United States

The Deaf Studies Department at California State University, Northridge is currently advertising two Full-Time, Tenure-Track faculty positions - one for American Sign Language faculty and one for American Sign Language & English Interpreting faculty - to begin in the 2023-2024 academic year. The complete job announcements detailing the job qualifications and responsibilities are attached. Please feel free to share the job announcements with qualified candidates who may be interested in the positions.


To better acquaint you with the Deaf Studies Department at CSUN, here is some information about us:

  • CSUN is located in the San Fernando Valley area of sunny Southern California (25 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles).

  • We offer a BA degree program in Deaf Studies with six different concentration areas to choose from:  ASL/English Interpreting, ASL and ASL Literature, Deaf Cultural Studies, Pre-Deaf Education, Deaf Community Services, Deaf Cultural Studies, and Special Option (individualized program). 

  • We currently have 350 declared majors, five full-time faculty including a Department Chair, fifteen adjunct faculty, and five staff members (office staff, interpreting staff and academic advisement staff). 

  • We are active in sponsoring a number of campus and community activities including Social Justice Conferences, Distinguished Guest Speakers, ASL & Deaf Theatre Productions, student organizations, and many other exciting events.

For more information about CSUN, check our website: For more information about our Department, check our Department website: If you wish to know more about the job openings, our department, and/or our future goals, please feel free to contact Flavia Fleischer via e-mail at

Job Announcement PDFs:

Deaf History Book Releases

Glasgow Deaf Heritage Trail
by Deaf History Scotland
November 2019
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