JOB Nov 11, 2005

CAAH

Job postings from CAAH (3 positions)

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From: sheri shaneyfelt <sfshaneyYAHOO.COM>
Date: 8 Nov 2005
Subject: italian renaissance art history position in perugia

Dear Colleagues,

The Umbra Institute in Perugia, Italy, a study abroad program for
American college students, is seeking for this next semester a
professor to teach two sections of Italian Renaissance Art History.
The semester begins February 1, and ends April 30.

The Umbra Institute is located in the heart of Perugia's historic
center, and enrolls students from across the United States for the
semester or academic year. More information about Umbra can be found
on the web site, www.umbra-institute.com

These two sections will enroll ca. 25-30 students each, and the
material covered usually ranges from Cimabue to Raphael. The most
recent textbooks used include the Frederick Hartt survey and Paoletti
and Radke. Included in the semester would be an overnight trip to
Florence for each section, and any relevant sites here in Perugia,
such as the Galleria Nazionale and Perugino's Collegio del Cambio.
On-site visits can be designed according to the professor's wishes.

A PhD in Art History is preferred, with experience teaching American
college undergraduates.

Interested applicants, please send a copy of your CV asap to:
Dr. Charles Jarvis, Director
The Umbra Institute
cjarvisumbra-institute.com

Please pass the word along to interested parties.

Sincerely yours,

Sheri Shaneyfelt, PhD
The Umbra Institute
Via dei Priori, 84
06123 Perugia, Italy

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From: Elizabeth A. Wyckoff <ewyckoffWELLESLEY.EDU>
Subject: Job posting: Curator of Academic Programs
Date: Tue, 8 Nov 2005 15:57:05 -0500

KEMPER CURATOR OF ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Davis Museum and Cultural Center
Wellesley College

The Davis Museum and Cultural Center at Wellesley College seeks applicants
for the position of Kemper Curator of Academic Programs. The successful
candidate will join the staff of a museum at the center of the
intellectual life of a vital undergraduate campus committed to diversity
and interdisciplinary investigation. S/he will be responsible for the
initiation and development of special exhibitions, course related programs
and other initiatives in partnership with faculty and students that
integrate the Davis's collections and exhibitions with teaching and
research at the college.

Applications are invited from candidates with expertise in art history and
extensive knowledge of a broad spectrum of the arts and humanities as well
as a strong interest in the museum as a venue for their presentation and
investigation. The Kemper Curator will collaborate closely with museum
staff and with faculty across disciplines as well as with students through
the creation of innovative exhibitions, programs, publications and
alternative programming in the community and on campus and possibly in
collaboration with other museum s in the greater Boston area. S/he should
have demonstrated experience in the formulation and development of
exhibitions and/or educational initiatives from their earliest stages
through to their realization and evaluation. It is hoped that the
successful candidate will have a specialty in European, American, Asian or
African art prior to 1945 and have a successful track record of
accomplishment in that field. Candidates should have a minimum of an MA in
Art History (PhD preferred) or a closely related field and have a strong
background and interest in a broad spectrum of the history of art. A
minimum of 5 years of related museum experience is desirable. Must be
able to work in a culturally diverse environment.

Candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, names
and contact information for three references, and a writing sample to:

Human Resources Office
Wellesley College
106 Central Street
Wellesley, MA 02481

Wellesley College is an AA/EEO employer and encourages applications from
women, minorities and veterans and candidates with disabilities.

http://www.wellesley.edu/
http://www.davismuseum.wellesley.edu/index.html

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From: Mario A. Caro <mariocaroVISUALCULTURES.NET>
Date: Mon, 7 Nov 2005 13:01:42 -0500
Subject: Job Announcement: SUNY Buffalo

Job Title: Associate or Full Professor
Salary Range: Negotiable
Job Description/Qualifications:

Position available at the University at Buffalo in the Department of Art
History. Seeking a colleague with broad knowledge in the discourse of
Visual Studies. Candidate must be willing to assume a leadership role in
developing a PhD in Visual Studies. Rank: Associate or Full Professor.

Teaching responsibilities: two courses per semester, graduate seminars,
and thesis direction in MA program. Required: PhD in Art History, Visual
Studies/Culture, or related fields. Demonstrated level of excellence in
research and publication.

Send CV, sample of publications, teaching record, and three written
references to: Art History Search, Department of Art History, 608
Clemens Hall, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY 14260-4640. The
University is an Equal Opportunity Employer/ Recruiter. Position to be
filled as soon as possible.

Starting date: August, 2006.

Send resume and cover letter to:
Art History Search
Department of Art History
608 Clemens Hall
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, NY 14260

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