Employment Services


The American University of New York is currently looking for young talented person(s) with a
doctoral degree in the fields of Philosophy, Psychology. Theology, or English Literatue Studies,
to help us form a worldwide network of Graduate Humanities Institutes in any of the following
major cities below:


CairoCambodiaChinaHanoi
HelsinkiHong KongJohannesburgLaos
LondonMalaysiaMoscowMyanmar
New York CityPekingPhilippinesPhnom Penh
PragueRomeSaigonSan Paulo
ShanghaiSingaporeSoutheast AsiaStockholm
ThailandTokyoTrondheimVancouver
VietnamWuhan


If you are interested in helping NYCHI open a “sister” institute in your home country and currently hold legal residence in one of these above major cities, please feel free to send a letter of inquiry plus a scanned copy of your complete dossier file, complete with your degree and transcript of grades, 2 letters of professional recommendation, and a current C.V., to:

Dr. Robert A. DeGray, (Founder)
The American University of New York /
New York City Humanities Institute
Tel: +420 / 222 59 2601


M. A. or Ph.D.
in American Literature Studies
Open Until Filled


New York City Humanities Institute is looking for a person with an M.A. or Ph.D. in American Literature Studies. Your must hold a degree in American Literature with graduate coursework in the field in order to be eligible to apply. Please send a letter of inquiry and a scanned copy of your complete dossier file, complete with letters of recommendation, transcript of grades, and a current C.V. to: Dr. Robert A. DeGray, enquiries@prague-humanities-institute.com


M. A. or Ph.D.
in British Literature Studies
Open Until Filled


New York City Humanities Institute is looking for a person with an M.A. or Ph.D. in British Literature Studies. Your must hold a degree in British Literature with graduate coursework in this field in order to be eligible to apply. Please send your letter of inquiry and a scanned copy of your complete dossier file, complete with letters of recommendation, transcript of grades, and a current C.V. to: Dr. Robert A. DeGray, enquiries@prague-humanities-institute.com


C. G. Jung and Analytic Psychology
Open until filled



The New York City Humanities Institute is currently seeking a specialist in C.G. Jung and Analytic Psychology. You must have coursework and training in this area in order to apply. Persons with an M.A. or Ph.D. please use the contact form to make your initial application.


Southeast Asian Philosophy, Indian, Zen Buddhism, Japanese, and Chinese Philosophy.
Open until filled


The New York City Humanities Institute seeks a teacher in the area of East-West philosophy. This is a part-time to full-time position. Candidates must have an M.A. or Ph.D. with coursework in the above area(s) of specialization in order to apply. Please use the contact form to make your initial application.


Women's Spirituality Program
Open until filled


The New York City Humanities Institute is seeking a candidate for its "Woman's Spirituality" program. The Woman's Spirituality program is one of the first of its kind. The graduate M.A. program offers a curriculum the celebrates the international presence of woman's spiritual culture. However, our Woman's Spirituality program at NYCHI does not offer any coursework in "secular" Feminist philosophy. On the contrary, the purpose of the Woman's Spirituality program is to allow both men and woman to explore the roots of their existence from the standpoint of the "sacred" as a true form of Spirituality which is ultimately grounded in God and Love. Viewed in this light, the Institute's core curriculum foster's the study of Woman's contribution to Western Spirituality by introducing such celebrated themes as: the role of the Feminine in religious experience, the concept of the "Eternal Feminine" in Western culture, the Mother Archetype, as well as the relation of the Feminine to the Church and the Mystical Body of Christ. Students also have the opportunity to study the history of the major female mystic writers and figures such as: St. Teresa of Avilla, Hildegard of Bingen, Catherine of Sinea, Julian of Norwich, Angela of Foligno, Catherine of Genoa, and Therese of Lisieux. You must have coursework in the above area(s) in order to apply. Please use the contact form to make your initial application.



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in Partnership With

American University of Prague  
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