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Classical Studies. Tenure-track position for an archaeologist. Begins August 2013. In addition to courses in material culture and archaeology, the position will require experience and demonstrated strength in language teaching, as well as the ability to teach writing, speaking, and critical reading in Hanover’s freshman “Great Works” seminars. Teaching in the first year of the appointment will include introductory and intermediate Latin, a Great Works course on comedy and tragedy, and electives designed by the appointee and focused on material culture and archaeology. Teaching load is seven courses, three each in Fall and Winter terms plus an elective in our May term. Ph.D. and full-time teaching experience preferred. Send application letter, c. v., transcripts, recent teaching evaluations, and three references to Dr. Nicholas Baechle, Chair, Classical Studies Search Committee, c/o Chris Wilcox, Hanover College, P.O. Box 108, Hanover, IN 47243-0108. Deadline for applications is Dec. 21st, 2012. (Unofficial copies of transcripts acceptable and applications can be made by e-mail, to We are planning to interview at the APA/AIA convention in Seattle. Women and minorities encouraged to apply.