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Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>
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Assistant Professor of Screen Studies

Clark University
Worcester, MA
Department of Visual and Performing Arts

Deadline for Applications:

Job Description:

The Screen Studies Program in the Department of Visual and Performing Arts
at Clark University seeks to hire a tenure-track Assistant Professor in
Screen Studies with expertise in national cinemas in a global context to
begin Fall 2007. Candidates must also be able to teach a survey of world
cinema plus a range of general courses in film and media studies. A PhD is
required. Clark is a private liberal arts university committed to excellence
in teaching as well as research, and ideal candidates will have demonstrated
potential in both aspects. Visual and Performing Arts is an
interdisciplinary undergraduate department that also includes studio art,
art history, music, and theater arts, so candidates are expected to explore
innovative, cross-disciplinary subjects with other department faculty.
Screen Studies offers a major and a minor, and maintains a connection with
Clark's program in Communication and Culture.

Review of applications will begin November 1, 2006. Please send a cover
letter, CV, a recent writing sample, a syllabus for a relevant course, and
three letters of recommendation, to Benjamin Korstvedt, Chair, SCREEN
SEARCH, Department of Visual and Performing Arts, Clark University, 950 Main
Street., Worcester, MA, 01610. You may also send email inquiries to
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and Clark University, visit
AA/EOE. Minorities and women are especially encouraged to apply.


Benjamin Korstvedt

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Jeremy Butler

Professor - TCF Dept. - U Alabama

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