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Mon, 21 Sep 1992 15:22:58 EDT
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Group Members: The Society for Cinema Studies is now making an effort to
update its usuall job listing on-line via the services of Screen-L. The
 following is the first notice I have received as the new co-chair of the Jobs
Committee and So I wanted to bring it to the group's attention. I wanted
to remind Screen-L readers that they should contact me with information about
upcoming jobs in their departments ASAP. We will be doing a formal mailing to
SCS Members next month and are trying to collect information now.
The Division of Mass Communications is seeking to fill two positions in the
film program beginning fall semester 1993. Appointments will be made as
assistant or associate professor depending on qualifications and experience.
Position One: Film production. A terminal degree (preferably an MFA) or
 outstanding professional experience is required. Teaching experience is
as is the ability to teach video production. The ability to teach non-production
 courses in mass communication, especially courses in writing in film, will
also be a factor in the choice of candidates. The position offers the
opportunity to supervise graduate-level productions.
Position Two: Film history, theory, and criticism. A PhD is required,
although applicants who are ABD will be given consideration. The ability
to teach courses in television studies is also desirable.
Letters of application, accompanied by a curriculum vita and the names of
three references, should be sent to: Chair, Film Search Committee, Division
of Mass Communication, Emerson College, 100 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02116.
Review of applications will begin October 15 1992, and will continue until
the positions are filled.
Emerson College is the nation's only fully-accredited undergraduate and
graduate institution devoted solely to the interdisciplinary study of
communication and the performing arts. The College has a competitive salary
 scale and an outstanding fringe benefits package. Emerson college is an
Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action employer. Women and minorities are
encouraged to apply.
--Henry Jenkins, MIT