Current Faculty Opportunities
This page will be regularly updated with opportunities and events for current TTU faculty.
Sexism|Cinema is a feminist film series in Lubbock, Texas. Movies, Conversation, and Activism Since 2015.Join us at Alamo Drafthouse Lubbock on the first Wednesday of every month: September 4 - December 6, 2023.
Dial M for Murder (1954)
December 6, 7:30pm, Alamo Drafthouse-Lubbock
A former tennis star arranges the murder of his adulterous wife. Starring Grace Kelly and Ray Milland. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Join us for a discussion with special guest Dr. Ben Rogerson. View the trailer and buy tickets now!
The Sexism|Cinema team has just published the book chapter “Red Carpet Radicals: Public Feminist Scholarship and the Sexism|Cinema Film Series” in the new collection Public Feminisms: From Academy to Community out as an open access publication from Lever Press. You can download the full book by clicking on the banner above, or download our chapter below.
TTU AAUP Chapter
American Association of University Professors (AAUP) started in 1915, was instrumental in establishing main principles of shared governance in academia, still in place today.
Texas Tech University Chapter was established in December of 2021 to serve ALL of its faculty involved in teaching and research- tenure-track, non-tenure track, full-time and part-time, as well as graduate TAs.
As academic freedom is increasingly under attack on campuses throughout our country, we work hard on behalf of our faculty to protect their freedom to speak up and to choose what to teach.