Stetson University seeks candidates who hold a Ph.D. in a humanities discipline and whose research scholarship engages in food studies for an 18-month Mellon postdoctoral teaching and research fellowship. The academic appointment will be in the College of Arts and Sciences and aligned with the Community Education Project (CEP), a multidisciplinary higher education in prison program at Stetson University. We seek a teacher-scholar who engages in Food Studies and can work in an interdisciplinary context as well as carceral setting. We also prefer a candidate with expertise in one or more of the following subfields: African/Black (Diasporic) Studies; Disability Studies; Latin American and Latinx Studies; Ethnic Studies; Post-Colonial Studies; Carceral and Policing Studies; Gender Studies; or Migration Studies. The candidate’s research program can focus on local, regional, national, and global issues and be interdisciplinary in nature, although preference will be given to applicants with degrees in humanities.