[URBANTH-L]URBANTH-L Job Postings, Dec. 13-18, 2005

Benito Vergara bvergara at sfsu.edu
Sun Dec 18 13:34:04 EST 2005

URBANTH-L Job Postings, Dec. 5-12, 2005
1. State University of New York, Brockport, Anthropology, one-semester full-time
spring replacement
2. State University of New York, Purchase, Anthropology, three assistant
professor positions


Temporary (Spring 2006) replacement Anthropologist

The Department of Anthropology, State University of New York at Brockport, will
offer one-semester, full time (QAR-Qualified Academic Rank) replacement position
in cultural anthropology for the Spring, 2006 semester,


The successful applicant will teach a total of four courses from the following

   1. ANT 100—Intro to Cultural Anthropology (one or two sections)
   2. One or two intermediate-level courses, preferably meeting General
Education Contemporary Issues Requirement or other Gen. Ed. Requirement (Such
as, but not limited to: Culture and Disability, Cross-cultural Perspectives on
Aging, The Migration Experience, Culture Change, World Poverty and
Underdevelopment, China in Transition, Witchcraft and Magic)
   3. One intermediate or advanced course in applicant’s specialization, such as
an area course, Visual Anthropology, or an advanced seminar-type course related
to the applicant’s research interests.


   1. PhD or ABD in anthropology, with preference for Cultural Anthropologist,
or other anthropologist with extensive training in Cultural Anthropology.
   2. Will consider MA with appropriate training, research and teaching credentials.
   3. Must have demonstrated record of effective teaching of anthropology at
College level.

Salary is competitive, commensurate with applicant’s experience and qualifications.

Please send letter of application as soon as possible with a summary of
qualifications and experience, CV and names of three references to:

Charles R. Edwards, Co-Chair
Department of Anthropology
350 New Campus Drive,
Brockport, NY 14420-2970
(Ph: 585-395-5708 (O) or 585-637-5810 (H).

Applications should also be sent immediately to: cedwards at brockport.edu.


2. Purchase College, SUNY.  The School of Natural and Social Sciences invites
applications for three five tenure-track positions in Anthropology or Sociology
at the Assistant Professor level, beginning Fall 2006. We seek candidates with
research expertise in the topical areas of (1) inequality & urban studies, (2)
public policy and activism & activism, or (3) Black/diaspora studies.
Geographical specialization in Latin America, the Caribbean or Asia is a plus. 
Successful candidates will teach core courses in sociology and/or cultural
anthropology and in one or more interdisciplinary programs:  Global Black
Studies; Gender Studies (incorporating Women's Studies & Lesbian/Gay Studies);
Environmental Studies; and Media, Society & the Arts.  As part of their regular
teaching duties, facultysuccessful applicants will teach aone course per year in
the freshman general education program. College Writing or Culture, Society &
the West.  Purchase College is an undergraduate institution located 25 miles
north of New York City. The faculty is committed to providing a rigorous
curriculum designed to prepare students for graduate work. Excellence in
teaching and the potential to maintain an active research program are essential.
 Ph.D. in anthropology or sociology required by August 2006.

Applicants should send a cover letter, CV, statements of research interests and
teaching philosophy, representative publications, and three letters of reference
to the attention of Melissa Ghafoor, Affirmative Action Officer,
Anthropology/Sociology Search Committee, Purchase College, SUNY, 735 Anderson
Hill Road, Purchase, NY 10577-1400. Review of applications will begin
immediately and continue until the position is filled. Purchase College, SUNY is
an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications from minorities
and women are strongly encouraged.

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