JOB Jan 17, 2006

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[2 positions]
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ART AND ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY

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Rhode Island
School of Design - Assistant Professor, Modern Architectural History
(RI, United States)

Assistant Professor, Modern Architectural History Rhode Island School of
Design Salary: Competitive Location: Providence, RI Type: Full Time –
Academic – Assistant Professor Assistant Professor, full-time ladder
appointment, starting September 2006. Specialty in 19th to 21st century
architectural history with preference given to candidates with a global
focus in their work. Ph.D by date of appointment, record of scholarly
research and publication, and teaching experience required. In addition to
research and publication, responsibilities include: team-teaching in the
art history introductory course and the Department of Architecture’s
survey of modern architectural history; offering courses in the history of
design and upper-level electives in specialty; advising of art history
concentrators and reasonable departmental and college service. Candidates
should have an active interest in working with undergraduate and graduate
students who will be practicing architects, designers and artists.
Excellent potential for collaborative projects with the Museum of Art at
RISD, one of the finest regional collections in the nation, as well with
our neighboring institution, Brown University, with whom we enjoy a
student exchange program. Please send letter of interest, CV,
representative writing sample(s), sample syllabi if available, and three
letters of recommendation to: Search Committee, Art and Architectural
History, Academic Affairs Office, Rhode Island School of Design, 2 College
Street, Providence, RI 02903. Screening of applications begins February 1,
2006 and notified candidates will be interviewed at the College Art
Association annual meeting. Rhode Island School of Design is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and committed to increasing the
diversity of the college community and curriculum.

Contact Info:
Please send letter of interest, CV, representative writing sample(s),
sample syllabi if available, and three letters of recommendation to:
Search Committee, Art and Architectural History, Academic Affairs Office,
Rhode Island School of Design, 2 College Street, Providence, RI 02903.

http://www.h-net.org/jobs/display_job.php?jobID=30315

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Transylvania University - Assistant Professor, nonwestern art
history/preference Africa or Asia and Foundations of Liberal Arts (first
year critical writing course) (KY, United States)

Assistant Professor, non-western Art History
Tenure-track position in nonwestern Art History beginning September 1,
2006 at Transylvania University, an independent, residential, liberal arts
college of 1,100 students. Although we will give preference to specialties
in African or Asian art, we encourage applicants from all nonwestern
specialties to apply. The position offers opportunities to design courses
relevant to the candidate’s areas of expertise: the 3-3-1 course load
includes four courses in nonwestern Art History and three courses in the
Foundations of Liberal Arts program, Transylvania’s introduction to
critical thinking and writing taken by all first-year students. Candidates
must have a strong commitment to undergraduate liberal arts education and
must be, at least, ABD with demonstrable progress on the dissertation.
Bingham Awards for Excellence in Teaching may provide substantial salary
supplements for exceptional candidates or smaller “start-up” grants for
more recent Ph.D.s. Send letter of application with curriculum vitae,
statement on research experience and teaching interests, a writing sample,
samples of syllabi, and three letters of reference to Nancy Coleman Wolsk,
Art History Search, Transylvania University, 300 North Broadway,
Lexington, KY 40508. Postmarked by February 6. Transylvania welcomes
applicants from a variety of backgrounds and is an equal opportunity
employer. Interviews at CAA Boston. For more information: www.transy.edu
or contact nwolsktransy.edu.

Contact Info:
Prof. Nancy Coleman Wolsk
Art Department
Transylvania University
300 North Broadway
Lexington, KY 40508

Website: http://transy.edu

http://www.h-net.org/jobs/display_job.php?jobID=30320

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