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April 1995, Week 4


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Jane Gaines <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 26 Apr 1995 14:36:22 CDT
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VISITING PROFESSOR or INSTRUCTOR (depending on degree).  Specialization
in film and television studies and video production.  Beginning August
28, 1995.  Qualifications include the following: a Ph.D. (or completion
during 1995 - 96 academic year) in film and television history, theory,
and criticism; background in cultural studies essential and international
research areas preferred.  Candidates should have demonstrated a
significant record of strong teaching, scholarly research, creative work,
and a potential for publication.
        Responsibilities will include directing the Duke in Los Angeles
Program at the University of Southern California in the spring semester
and teaching at Duke University in the fall semester.  In Los Angeles,
responsibilities will include supervision of internships as well as
teaching.  Candidates should have experience with studio television
production as well as low-end video.  Some expertise in 16mm film
production is useful.
        The Duke in Los Angeles Program is jointly sponsored by the
Institute of the Arts and the Program in Film and Video.  For the past 12
years, the Institute has run the successful Duke in New York Program as
well as certificate program in the arts.  The Institute also produces and
presents performance and visual arts events, including a contemporary
performance series, a series of world music, dance, and theater, a
modern and contemporary dance series, and other interdisciplinary
        The Program in Film and Video is an interdisciplinary
certificate program enrolling 100 undergraduate students.  Located within
the Graduate Program in Literature, the Program supports the Literature
Program minor in Media Studies.  Core courses offered in film and video
production, German film, film history, and film theory.  Related courses
taught by faculty in 15 departments and programs.
        Qualified applicants should send a current vita, reprints of
articles and/or evidence of other scholarly productivity along with four
letters of reference by JUNE 1, 1995 to:
                Jane M. Gaines
                Associate Professor of Literature and English
                Director, Program in Film & Video
                Duke University
                107A Art Museum
                Box 90671
                Durham, NC  27708-0671
                (919) 684-3598 FAX
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Please do not send samples of creative work unless specifically requested
to do so.
        Duke University is an affirmative action equal opportunity employer.