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Lea Carlson <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 13 Nov 2006 11:24:54 -0500
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Please re-submit this ad.

The zip code appears incorrectly in the original.  It has been corrected below.


Lea Carlson
Administrative Assistant

Job Description: Television and Broadcast History and Aesthetics
The Department of Film Studies and the Program in American Studies seek a 
scholar-teacher for a joint appointment in Television and Broadcast History 
and Aesthetics. The successful candidate will be someone whose work 
addresses television's historical role in reflecting and constructing 
American culture; the interaction of story-telling practices, genres, 
visual forms, social functions, government policy and economic 
organizations; and is eager to work in an interdisciplinary setting. A 
background in Film history and aesthetics is also desirable. Candidates 
should be prepared to teach their specialty to undergraduates at beginning, 
intermediate, and advanced levels. Requirements include a Ph.D. in hand or 
near completion. Send letter of application, CV, dossier, three 
confidential letters of recommendation, brief statements describing 
research and teaching, writing sample (25 pp.) and self-addressed post card 
to: Jeanine Basinger and Richard Slotkin, Co-Chairs of the Search 
Committee, Center for Film Studies, Wesleyan University, Middletown CT 
06459. All application materials must be received by January 15, 2007. No 
faxes or electronic applications please. Wesleyan is an Affirmative 
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to 

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