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LINGUIST List 16.3101

Thu Oct 27 2005

Jobs: Middle East/Politics of Lang:Post Doc,U of Chicago

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        1.    gwyneth cunningham, Middle East/Politics of Language: Post Doc, University of Chicago, IL, USA

Message 1: Middle East/Politics of Language: Post Doc, University of Chicago, IL, USA
Date: 27-Oct-2005
From: gwyneth cunningham <gwynethuchicago.edu>
Subject: Middle East/Politics of Language: Post Doc, University of Chicago, IL, USA

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University or Organization: University of Chicago
Department: Anthropology
Job Rank: Post Doc
Specialty Areas: Middle East, Politics of Language, Media, and Performance


The University of Chicago, Department of Anthropology seeks a two-year Mellon
postdoctoral fellow in sociocultural or linguistic anthropology to help explore
new directions in research and teaching. We are particularly interested in
candidates working in areas where the Department hopes to develop its strengths
in coming years, including the Middle East (and the Islamic world more
generally), and the study of the politics of language, media, and performance,
although applicants with other thematic, geographical, and historical
specializations will also be considered. The successful candidate will teach
two courses, one at the undergraduate level, one at the beginning graduate
level, collaborate with senior faculty members whose interests intersect with
his or her own, and participate in the intellectual life of the Department and
the University of Chicago more broadly. Those interested in applying should
send a current curriculum vitae, as well as a detailed letter describing their
research, publications, and professional accomplishments. Please supply as well
the names and contact information of no more than four referees. This letter
should also include an account of proposed teaching and a statement of research
plans for the period of the fellowship. Materials should be sent to: Committee
on Faculty Recruitment, Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago, 1126
East 59th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637-1580. Electronic submissions
(preferred method) should be sent to Gwyneth Cunningham at gwynethuchicago.edu.
Potential applicants may wish to visit the Department's website at
http://anthropology.uchicago.edu/. To ensure full consideration, application
materials should be received by February 1, 2006. The recipient must have
received his or her PhD within the five academic years prior to the year of
award. In accordance with Mellon Foundation rules, persons holding tenure-track
appointments are ineligible to apply. AA/EOE.

Address for Applications:

Gwyneth Cunningham
Chicago, IL 60637

\Application Deadline: 01-Feb-2006

Contact Information:

Gwyneth Cunningham
Email: gwynethuchicago.edu
Phone: 773/702-7701
Fax: 773/702-4503
Website: http://anthropology.uchicago.edu

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