REED COLLEGE Department of Anthropology invites applications for a two-year visiting position in sociocultural anthropology to commence August 2021. The appointment will likely be made at the rank of Assistant Professor, but more senior applicants are also encouraged to apply. We seek a teacher-scholar with research and teaching specialization in Indigenous North America and/or Mesoamerica/Central America. We welcome a colleague whose research combines situated ethnographic and historical investigation and experience in relevant field language(s) with a macroscopic scale of inquiry. Theoretical expertise should include both contemporary approaches and broader historical contexts of the discipline and of Western social thought. Topical specialization open but we especially welcome applications from candidates whose research addresses some subset of the following: legal anthropology, linguistic anthropology, politics of indigeneity, settler colonialism, material culture, museum anthropology, kinship and relatedness, and/or history and/of anthropology. Ongoing collaborations with contemporary Indigenous communities expected. PhD or ABD required.