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Tue Nov 15 2005
Jobs: Anthropological Ling: Full Prof, Arizona State U
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Anthropological Linguistics: Full Professor, Arizona State University, Tempe, USA
Message 1: Anthropological Linguistics: Full Professor, Arizona State University, Tempe, USA
From: Eder James <James.Ederasu.edu>
Subject: Anthropological Linguistics: Full Professor, Arizona State University, Tempe, USA
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University or Organization: Arizona State University
Department: School of Human Evolution and Social Change
Job Rank: Full Professor
Specialty Areas: Anthropological Linguistics; culture, heritage, and identity
Arizona State University's School of Human Evolution and Social Change, an
interdisciplinary School built around the core discipline of anthropology,
invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position at the
Assistant or Associate Professor level beginning in August 2006. We seek a
social/cultural anthropologist specializing in the areas of cultural
representation, material culture, culture theory and/or anthropological
linguistics in the context of an interdisciplinary research theme
concerning culture, heritage, and identity. Duties will include conducting
research leading to significant publications or other creative activities,
teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, and engaging in academic service.
Send a letter of application including a discussion of research and
teaching experience and plans, a curriculum vitae, and names and contact
information for three references to James Eder, Chair, Culture, Heritage,
and Identity Search Committee, School of Human Evolution and Social Change,
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 85287-2402. Review of applications will
begin on December 5, 2005; or, if not filled, every two weeks until search
is closed. SHESC faculty attending the AAA meetings will be available to
meet with interested candidates. A background check is required for
The following information is provided by the employer in accordance with
AAA policy. AAA is not responsible for verifying the accuracy of these
statements. They are not part of the actual position description submitted
for publication by the employer.
This employer does prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation/preference.
This employer does prohibit discrimination based on gender identity/expression.
This employer does not appear on the AAUP list of censured institutions.
The successful applicant at the Assistant Professor level will have a Ph.D.
in anthropology awarded prior to July 1, 2006, and an active research
program with the potential to obtain external funding as well as to involve
students in fieldwork or other research. Hiring at the Associate Professor
level requires a Ph.D. in anthropology, at least 7 years of research and
teaching experience, and a distinguished publication and external funding
record appropriate to rank. Geographical areas are open, but preference
will be given to applicants whose research and teaching interests intersect
with those of current faculty, complementing and building on present strengths.
Address for Applications:
Dr. Eder James
School of Human Evolution and Social Change
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ 85287-2402
Application Deadline: 05-Dec-2005
Dr. James Eder
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