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Janet Staiger <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 21 Aug 2007 10:01:33 -0500
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The Department of Radio-Television-Film
The University of Texas at Austin

             Two positions available at Assistant or Associate Professor 
rank with starting date of mid-August, 2008.  Applicants' interests should 
include one or more of the following areas: policy, use, and social aspects 
of the Internet; global/international media; digital media/new media, 
including wireless and mobile communications; the relationship between new 
media and behavior for individuals and in social groups and institutions; 
emerging information and communications media, including 
electronically-based games; political economy of media; policy/regulatory 
issues in new media, including privacy, surveillance and copyright; and 
telecommunications. Candidates should have strong social scientific 
research skills and a commitment to undertaking extramurally funded 
research.  Qualifications must be commensurate with rank.  Applicants 
should have completed the Ph.D. and be able to teach, conduct research, and 
supervise graduate students.  The closing date for applications is November 
2, 2007.
             Mail letter of interest, curriculum vitae, three letters of 
recommendation for junior position and names of references for tenured 
position, a research statement, and samples of published articles or 
conference papers to: Bert Herigstad,  Search Committee, Dept. of 
Radio-TV-Film, 1 University Station A0800, University of Texas at Austin, 
Austin, TX  78712-0108.
The Department of Radio-Television-Film has 28 permanent faculty, 
approximately 950 undergraduate majors & 150 graduate students pursuing 
Ph.D., M.A. or M.F.A. degrees.  It offers courses in film & television 
studies, international communication, telecommunication technology & 
policy, gender & sexuality, & ethnic issues in communication, film & video 
production, and screenwriting.  The University of Texas at Austin is an 
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. Minorities and women are 
encouraged to apply. For more information about the University, visit the 
University's home page at <> and the 
RTF home page at

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