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Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies

INTERCOLLEGIATE CENTER FOR CLASSICAL STUDIES
DUKE UNIVERSITY – DURHAM, NC (Five Positions)

POSITION ONE: Located at ICCS/Duke University, Sicily, Italy

Professor-in-Charge, one-year appointment for any of the following years: 2009-2010, 2010-2011, or 2011-2012.  August through May.  Candidates must have good knowledge of the Ancient Mediterranean, above all Greek and Roman Sicily (and 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.  Facility with Italian essential.

Letters detailing specific qualifications, a curriculum vitae, and the names of two references (and letters of recommendation, if possible), are to be sent to Leslie Davis, Assistant Director, Office of Study Abroad, Duke University, 2016 Campus Drive, Box 90057, Durham, NC 27708-0057; or faxed to 919-684-3083.  Candidates are requested to submit application materials before  September 14, 2007, for review by the ICCS Managing Committee. Interviews will be scheduled at the APA/AIA Annual Meeting in Chicago, in January 2008.

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

POSITION TWO: Located at ICCS/Duke University, Sicily, Italy

Associate Professor for 2008-09, 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.

Letters detailing specific qualifications, a curriculum vitae, and two letters of recommendation, should be sent to Leslie Davis, Assistant Director, Office of Study Abroad, Duke University, 2016 Campus Drive, Box 90057, Durham, NC  27708-0057.  Candidates should submit all application materials to arrive on or before September 14, 2007.  Interviews will be scheduled at the APA/AIA Annual Meeting in Chicago, in January 2008.

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

POSITION THREE: Located at ICCS/Duke University, Rome, Italy

Associate Professor for 2008-09, September 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 Leslie Davis, Assistant Director, Office of Study Abroad, Duke University, 2016 Campus Drive, Box 90057, Durham, NC  27708-0057.  Candidates should submit all application materials to arrive on or before September 14, 2007.  Interviews will be scheduled at the APA/AIA Annual Meeting in Chicago, in January 2008.

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

POSITION FOUR: Located at ICCS/Duke University, Rome, Italy

Assistant Professor for 2008-09, September 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 Leslie Davis, Assistant Director, Office of Study Abroad, Duke University, 2016 Campus Drive, Box 90057, Durham, NC  27708-0057.  Candidates should submit all application materials to arrive on or before September 14, 2007.  Interviews will be scheduled at the APA/AIA Annual Meeting in Chicago, in January 2008.

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

POSITION FIVE: Located at ICCS/Duke University, Rome, Italy

Instructor for 2008-09, September 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.

Letters detailing specific qualifications, a curriculum vitae, and two letters of recommendation, should be sent to Leslie Davis, Assistant Director, Office of Study Abroad, Duke University, 2016 Campus Drive, Box 90057, Durham, NC  27708-0057.  Candidates should submit all application materials to arrive on or before September 14, 2007.  Interviews will be scheduled at the APA/AIA Annual Meeting in Chicago, in January 2008.

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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