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ICCS / DUKE UNIVERSITY — DURHAM, NC / ROME, ITALY (3 Positions) - CORRECTED LISTING

ICCS / DUKE UNIVERSITY – DURHAM, NC / ROME, ITALY (3 Positions) - CORRECTED LISTING

POSITIONS ONE: Assistant Professors for 2011-2012, August through May. Candidates must have good knowledge of Ancient Rome and Greek and Roman Italy, be interested in teaching undergraduates, and be willing to participate in a team-taught course combining archaeology, history, topography, literature and epigraphy.  They also must be able to teach either intermediate or advanced-level Greek or intermediate or advanced-level Latin.  The Managing Committee is especially interested in candidates with established careers for appointment to advanced assistant or associate rank; we normally appoint one assistant/associate professor whose interests are primarily archaeological and one whose interests are primarily philological.

Letters detailing specific qualifications, a curriculum vitae, and two letters of recommendation, should be sent to: Susan E. Pratt, Assistant Director, Global Education Office for Undergraduates, Duke University, 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90057, Smith Warehouse – Bay 6, 2nd Floor Durham, NC 27708.  Phone: (919) 668-3483; Fax: (919) 684-3083; e-mail: pratt.susan@duke.edu.

Candidates should submit all application materials to arrive on or before September 15, 2010. Interviews will be scheduled at the APA/AIA Annual Meeting in San Antonio in January 2011.

The Intercollegiate Center is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and actively encourages applications from women and members of minority groups.

POSITION TWO: Resident Instructor for 2011-2012, August through May. Candidates must have good knowledge of Ancient Rome and Greek and Roman Italy, be interested in teaching undergraduates, and be willing to participate in a team-taught course combining archaeology, history, topography, literature and epigraphy.  They also must be able to teach either intermediate or advanced-level Greek or intermediate or advanced-level Latin.  Candidates are usually at the A.B.D. stage of their graduate work. The Resident Instructor resides at the Centro with the students.

Letters detailing specific qualifications, a curriculum vitae, and two letters of recommendation, should be sent to: Susan E. Pratt, Assistant Director, Global Education Office for Undergraduates, Duke University, 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90057, Smith Warehouse – Bay 6, 2nd Floor, Durham, NC 27708.  Phone: (919) 668-3483; Fax: (919) 684-3083; e-mail: pratt.susan@duke.edu.

Candidates should submit all application materials to arrive on or before September 15, 2010. Interviews will be scheduled at the APA/AIA Annual Meeting in San Antonio in January 2011.

The Intercollegiate Center is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and actively encourages applications from women and members of minority groups.

POSITION THREE:  Professor-in-Charge, one-year appointment for 2013-2014. August through May. Candidates must have good knowledge of Ancient Rome and Greek and Roman Italy, be interested in teaching undergraduates, and be willing to lead a team-taught course combining archaeology, history, topography, literature and epigraphy.  Should also be able to teach either intermediate or advanced-level Greek or intermediate or advanced-level Latin.

Letters detailing specific qualifications, a curriculum vitae, and two letters of recommendation, are to be sent to: Susan E. Pratt, Assistant Director, Global Education Office for Undergraduates, Duke University, 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90057, Durham, NC 27708-0057.  Phone: (919) 668-3483; Fax: (919) 684-3083; e-mail: pratt.susan@duke.edu.

Candidates are requested to submit application materials by September 15, 2010, for review by the ICCS Managing Committee.  Interviews will be conducted at the APA/AIA meeting in San Antonio in January 2011.

The Intercollegiate Center is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and actively encourages applications from women and members of minority groups.

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