[URBANTH-L]URBANTH-L Job Postings, September 1-9, 2005

Angela Jancius acjancius at ysu.edu
Wed Sep 7 15:34:24 EDT 2005

URBANTH-L Job Postings, September 1-9, 2005

1.  *** Cal State Los Angeles immediate part-time position ***
2.  Herzberg Chair in International Migration, Georgetown University
3.  University of Tennessee-Knoxville, Assistant Professor
4.  UCLA Tenure-Track Faculty
5.  Rutgers University-Camden,  Professor/Associate Professor (3 positions)

1.   *** Cal State Los Angeles immediate part-time position ***

The Department of Anthropology at Cal State LA is seeking someone to teach
course this fall quarter beginning late September. A syllabus is ready for
Cal State LA recently started to offer a BA in Asian and Asian American
and is looking for part-time lecturers in both Studies for future quarters.

Course: People of Asia
Time: Monday and Wednesday afternoon.

Intereseted party please immediately contact Department Chair Professor C.
(cngin at exchange dot calstatela dot edu)

2. Herzberg Chair in International Migration, Georgetown University
 School of Foreign Service, http://www.georgetown.edu/sfs

The Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University
invites applications for the Herzberg Chair in International Migration. Rank
will be at the associate or full professor level. The position is open as to
discipline, but the expectation is that the position will be held by a
scholar with a distinguished record of publication in the social sciences
(such as anthropology, demography, history, political science or sociology).
The Herzberg Professor will be a scholar of international reputation, with
an exceptional record of research and teaching in the international
migration field. Scholars whose work speaks to contemporary policy concerns
are also encouraged to apply. Candidates should send a letter of interest,
curriculum vitae, and the names and addresses of at least three references
to the following address: Herzberg Chair Search Committee c/o Dr. Peter
Dunkley, Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs Edmund A. Walsh School of
Foreign Service P.O. Box 571035 Georgetown University Washington, DC
20057-1035  Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue
until the position is filled. EOE

3.  University of Tennessee-Knoxville, Assistant Professor

 The University of Tennessee Department of Anthropology seeks qualified
candidates to fill a position in sociocultural anthropology beginning in
August, 2006. The position carries the rank of Assistant Professor and will
be a regular full-time, tenure-track appointment. The position carries the
rank of Assistant Professor and will be a regular full-time, tenure-track
appointment. We are seeking candidates who have an active (or projected)
program of research with preferred topical interests in one or more of the
following: political and/or legal anthropology, causes or consequences of
warfare, interethnic, interpersonal or structural violence, terrorism, human
rights, anthropology of peace, refugee issues, or institutional analysis.
Candidates should have a promising record of scholarship (publications,
funding), demonstrated teaching ability, and an appreciation for
empirically-grounded research. Geographic area is open. The Ph.D. degree
must be in hand at the time of appointment. Qualified minorities and women
are especially encouraged to apply.

4.  UCLA Tenure-Track Faculty

 Pending final administrative approval, UCLA seeks a scholar of
migration/immigration for a joint tenure-track appointment between UCLA's
International Institute and one or more social science departments. This
appointment will likely be at the Assistant or Associate Professor level.
Candidates must demonstrate research and teaching interests in the economic,
political, social, historical, or geographic dynamics of migration and
should be comfortable working across disciplines. The successful candidate
will be expected to participate in an interdisciplinary teaching and
training program in international migration, at both undergraduate and
graduate levels. Applications, to include a c.v., a statement of research
and teaching interests, and a representative recent paper or article, and
three references, should be submitted on-line (after 15 September) via the
appropriate link at http://www.international.ucla.edu/ or directed in hard
copy to: Ms. Tara Wake Social Sciences / II Search Committee International
Institute 11230 Bunche Hall UCLA Los Angeles, CA 90095-1487;  and, to assure
 full consideration, should be received by 1 November 2005. EOE

5.  Rutgers University-Camden,  Professor/Associate Professor

 Rutgers University-Camden intends to inaugurate a new Program in Childhood
Studies based at its Camden Campus in the fall of 2006. The Program, now in
the final stages of development, with formal approval by the University
Board of Governors anticipated in the fall of 2005, will offer the Ph.D.,
M.A., and B.A. degrees and will be housed in a new Department of Childhood
Studies. We seek three interdisciplinary scholars studying children to
structure and lead the new program, which seeks to reshape the study of the
child by bridging disciplinary boundaries. The Program in Childhood Studies
is central to the campus' goals, and has the strong financial and
intellectual backing of the University. In addition to the positions
described, the University intends to hire six assistant professors in the
next three years to supplement the existing strengths in Childhood Studies.
The Department of Childhood Studies will be headquartered in a newly
renovated building, with ample space for graduate students and labs.

Candidates can learn more about the Campus and the Program in Childhood
Studies at: http://children.camden.rutgers.edu, and by contacting Dr. Daniel
Hart, who is guiding the Program through its first year
(Daniel.Hart at Rutgers.edu).

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