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ROY H. PARK SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATIONS
Department of Cinema and Photography
One-Year Sabbatical Replacement in Cinema Studies
Assistant Professor in Cinema Studies. Ph.D. or ABD in cinema studies or
field. One year, non-renewable appointment in documentary history/theory,
American film history, and film industry economics for AY 2002-2003.
teach Non-Fiction Film Theory, Introduction to Film Aesthetic and Analysis,
Hollywood and American cinema and senior seminar in area of specialization.
candidates who have made significant progress towards their degree will be
considered. Candidates should submit a curriculum vita, three letters of
recommendations, and a writing sample to Dr. Patricia R. Zimmermann, Chair,
Cinema Studies Search Committee, Cinema and Photography Department, 350 Roy
Park School of Communications, Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY 14850. No faxed
electronically transmitted materials will be accepted. Process of review
begin March 18, 2002 and will continue until position is filled.
The Cinema and Photography Department at Ithaca College confers both B.S.
B.F.A. degrees. Our degree programs have a strong commitment to integrating
production and critical studies. We offer courses in 16mm production and
production, film sound post-production, directing and screenwriting. Other
specialized areas of study include narrative, documentary, experimental, and
hybrid form. Our program has significant resources, including contemporary
digital post-production technology and support staff for both traditional
production and post-production.
Ithaca College is an independent, residential, comprehensive college with an
undergraduate enrollment of approximately 5,800 students. It is located in
scenic Finger Lakes Region of central New York.
ITHACA COLLEGE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. MEMBERS
UNDER-REPRESENTED GROUPS (INCLUDING PEOPLE OF COLOR, PERSONS WITH
VIETNAM VETERANS AND WOMEN) ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.
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