17.2035, Jobs: Anthropological Ling: Assistant Professor, Cleveland State U

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Subject: 17.2035, Jobs: Anthropological Ling: Assistant Professor, Cleveland State U

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Date: 11-Jul-2006
From: Cleveland State University < r.reminick at csuohio.edu >
Subject: Anthropological Linguistics: Assistant Professor, Cleveland State University, OH, USA 

	
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Date: Wed, 12 Jul 2006 09:33:02
From: Cleveland State University < r.reminick at csuohio.edu >
Subject: Anthropological Linguistics: Assistant Professor, Cleveland State University, OH, USA 
 

University or Organization: Cleveland State University 
Department: Department of Anthropology
Job Rank: Assistant Professor  
Specialty Areas: Anthropological Linguistics 

Description:

Visiting Instructor/Assistant Professor
Department of Anthropology

Cleveland State University

Position Description:
The Department of Anthropology at Cleveland State University seeks a
Visiting Instructor/Assistant Professor for a one year, non-tenure-track
position to start on August 21, 2006.  This is a four-field department,
comprised of five full-time anthropologists: two cultural, one
cultural/linguistic, one physical and one archeologist.  Area
specializations include Africa, Meso-America, South America, and North America.

Minimum qualifications:
A.B.D. in Anthropology or a cognate discipline.  Successful teaching
record.  Cultural area and subfield specialization open, but must
complement the current configuration of the department.  Must be able to
teach introduction to four-field anthropology and introduction to cultural
anthropology. ABD -prepared will be appointed at the Visiting Instructor rank.

Preferred qualifications:
Specialization in cultures and languages of the indigenous peoples of the
Americas or Asia, training in linguistics/linguistic anthropology, Ph.D. in
hand.  Ph.D. will be appointed at the rank of Visiting Assistant Professor.
 Extensive teaching experience a plus.

Assignment of courses dependent on qualifications; load may be up to three
courses per semester.

Submit C.V. and names of three references with their current contact
information to Chair of the Search Committee, Department of Anthropology,
Cleveland State University, 2121 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH  44115. 
Materials must be received by July 24.
	
CSU is an AA/EOE institution committed to non-discrimination in employment
and education.  M/F/D/V encouraged.





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