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Andrew W. Mellon Professor-in-Charge of the School of Classical Studies 1999-2002. American Academy in Rome seeks a distinguished scholar to serve as Andrew W. Mellon Professor-in-Charge of the school of Classical Studies for an initial term of three years beginning September 1999. Candidates should have extensive experience in one or more of the following areas of ancient Roman studies: archaeology, art, history, literature, epigraphy and topography. In addition, s/he must be able to demonstrate an ability to help advance the work of the Rome Prize Fellows, as well as mange archaeology, publications and other programs. Salary and benefits are negotiable and will be competitive. The Mellon Professor, who reports to the Director in Rome, should have a thorough familiarity with the sites and monuments of Rome and Italy, a good speaking knowledge of Italian, familiarity with classical languages, broad intellectual interests and appropriate personal qualities, as well as organizational and administrative skills. S/he will be part of a senior program team that is responsible for the life of the residential community and the design and execution of the annual program in the humanities and the arts. Applicants should send, no later than 1 December 1998, complete curricula and bibliographies, together with sealed, supporting letters from at least three scholarly referees to: Mellon Professor Search Committee, American Academy in Rome, 7 East 60th Street, New York, NY 10022.