LINGUIST List 12.2294

Tue Sep 18 2001

Jobs: South Asian: Asst Prof, New York USA

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  1. Daniel Gold, South Asian: tenure-track Asst Prof at Cornell Univ, New York USA

Message 1: South Asian: tenure-track Asst Prof at Cornell Univ, New York USA

Date: 18 Sep 2001 14:19:25 -0000
From: Daniel Gold <>
Subject: South Asian: tenure-track Asst Prof at Cornell Univ, New York USA

Rank of Job: tenure-track assistant professor
Areas Required: South Asian
Other Desired Areas: literature, religion, linguistics, or
intellectual/cultural history
University or Organization: Cornell University
Department: Asian Studies
State or Province: New York
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: December 1, 2001
Contact: Daniel Gold

Address for Applications:
South Asian Literature Search Committee, 388 Rockefeller Hall, Cornell
New York 14853-2506

Cornell University. Department of Asian Studies invites applications
for a tenure-track assistant professorship in South Asian literature,
religion, linguistics, or intellectual / cultural history beginning
August 2002. The candidate should be able to contribute to the
teaching curriculum and the research profile of an interdisciplinary
department that provides undergraduate instruction and trains scholars
to relate Asian humanities to wider concerns. Applicants must be
competent in at least one modern South Asian language and be able to
help provide intellectual context for South Asian language instruction
in the department. Preference will be given to applicants with
language competence that complements current departmental
strengths. Ph.D. required at time of appointment. Review of
applications will begin December 1, 2001. Send letter of application,
curriculum vita, three letters of reference, and one article or thesis
chapter to:

Daniel Gold
Chair, South Asian Literature Search Committee
Cornell University
Department of Asian Studies
388 Rockefeller Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853-2506

Cornell University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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