Job Announcement

Matthew Hill (mhhill@WATARTS.UWATERLOO.CA)
Mon, 18 Mar 1996 14:58:41 -0500

I have been asked to send the following announcement of an opening to
Anthro-L and Arch-L.

The Departments of Anthropology and Classical Studies are looking for an
individual to fill a joint tenure track position starting September 1, 1996.
The Anthropology program needs include teaching Introductory Human Evolution
(first year level), Archaeological Method and Theory, North American Prehistory,
and your own specialty area. Ability to teach Introductory Socio-Cultural
Anthropology and courses on Canadian Prehistory would be a definite asset. In
Classical Studies the successful candidate win be expected to teach
undergraduate courses in Greek and Roman art and architecture, as well as
survey courses in the history and culture of Greece and/or Rome, and elementary
to intermediate-level courses in Greek and/or Latin. Opportunities also exist
for senior-level instruction in the candidate's area of specialisation. We are
looking for an excellent teacher who can contribute in a number of ways to a
small undergraduate department. Research area is open, but the person must have
an active program with publications or potential publications. Salary range
commensurate with qualifications and experience. Applicants should send their
CV and arrange for at least three referees to send letters of reference directly
to Prof. R.L. Fowler, Chair, Department of Classical Studies, University of
Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, N2L 3G1 by May 31, 1996. In accordance
with Canadian Immigration requirements, this advertisement is directed to
Canadian citizens and permanent residents. The University of Waterloo
encourages applications from all qualified individuals, including women, members
of visible minorities, native peoples, and persons with disabilities. This
appointment is subject to the availability of funds. It is the intention of
the University of Waterloo to fill its vacancies with recent Ph.D. graduates
appointed as Assistant Professor.