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Nancy Schonher (Nancy.Schonher@FORSYTHE.STANFORD.EDU)
Mon, 17 Jul 1995 14:23:08 PDT
STANFORD UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
LECTURESHIP IN EDUCATION AND ANTHROPOLOGY
Stanford University School of Education seeks to appoint a Lecturer in education and
anthropology (fall or winter quarter, 1995-96 through 8/31/98). Cultural anthropologists
with a recent Ph.D. in the social and cultural organization of learning and/or schooling are
encouraged to apply. The candidate is expected to teach courses and guide research on
ethnographic inquiry and cultural analysis. Geographic specialty is open, but a familiarity
with the problems of learning and schooling in America is required.
This position is housed in a small Education and Anthropology Program which is in turn
part of an interdisciplinary faculty research concentration on the Social Sciences and
Educational Practices. We seek a colleague with a strong commitment to research and
teaching and a willingness to use scholarship in the reform of education.
It is expected that applicants should have completed a doctorate before the date of
appointment and should send the following materials, if applicable: curriculum vitae,
representative publications, and teaching evaluations. Please have three letters of
recommendation sent by their authors, or alternatively, have placement papers sent.
Application materials should be sent no later than by August 15, 1995 to:
Ray McDermott, Chair
c/o Ms. Nancy Schonher
Search Committee in Education and Anthropology
Stanford University School of Education
Stanford, CA 94305-3096
Please direct inquiries to Nancy Schonher at (415) 723-9994.
Stanford University is committed to increasing representation of women and members of
minority groups on its faculty and staff, and particularly encourages applications from such
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