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March 1999, Week 3


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POSITION(S):  James B. Pendleton Fellow in cinema studies; a 3 year,
non-renewable, non-tenure eligible    position for Fall 1999.

QUALIFICATIONS: Fellow must be within 3 years of receiving Ph.D.
A.B.D.s are not eligible.  Fellowship is for emerging teacher/scholars
in the field of cinema studies.

RANK/SALARY: James B. Pendleton Fellow/Assistant Professor.  Salary
competitive, benefits eligible.

AREAS OF   Fellow will team teach two introductory film aesthetics and
analysis multi-section courses TEACHING   each term and one elective in
their area of interest/specialization each year.  Total course load
RESPONSIBILITY:  per academic year is five.  Elective courses may vary
each academic year.

OTHER  Fellow will be required to create one major public program each
year of the fellowship,
RESPONSIBILITIES: involving either presentation of their work or a
curated program.  Fellow will not be expected to serve on committees.
Fellow will, however, be expected to interact with our undergraduates by
developing off-campus cinema experiences for course credit during summer
and/or intercessions, editing an on-line undergraduate student journal
to publish film studies scholarship, and developing public programs that
facilitate quality interactions between guests and students.  Fellows
will formally advise undergradute students.

APPLICATION: Applicants should forward a vita; one writing sample;
statement of interest describing areas of teaching and research
interests; a short one-page proposal/outline for a sophomore/junior
level course in candidate’s specialty area; and names of three
references by April 10, 1999.  Additional writing samples may  be
requested at a later date.  No faxed or electronically transmitted
materials will be accepted.

ADDRESS  James B. Pendleton Teaching Fellows Committee
APPLICATIONS & c/o Barbara Terrell
INQUIRIES TO: Cinema and Photography Department
   350 Roy H. Park School of Communications
   Ithaca College
   Ithaca, New York 14850-7251

DEADLINE:  Screening begins April 10, 1999 and will continue until the
position(s) are filled.

Ithaca College is an independent, residential, comprehensive college
with an undergraduate enrollment of approximately 5,600 students.  It is
located in the Finger Lakes Region of central New York.

The Roy H. Park School of Communications is one of four professional
schools within the College, and enrolls approximately 1,200 students in
the majors of three undergraduate departments (Television-Radio, Cinema
and Photography, and Organizational Communication, Learning, and
Design); a B.A. in Journalism, a B.S. in Telecommunications Management,
a B.F.A. in Film, Photography, and the Visual Arts, and a B.A. in Media
Studies are also offered.  These programs are located in an 80,000
square foot building which was dedicated in September 1989.  For the
past two years the Ithaca College Los Angeles Communications Program has
offered an internship-based full-semester program to its junior and
senior students.  The Graduate Studies program offers an M.S. in
Communications.  A recent grant from the Park Foundation and a bequest
from James B. Pendleton totalling over $27 million have positioned the
Roy H. Park School of Communications to continue to evolve a curriculum
that is one of the strongest in the nation and to maintain
state-of-the-art support facilities in audio, video, film, photography,
multi-media and telecommunications.

Ithaca College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action University.
Members of underrepresented groups (including people of color, persons
with disabilities, Vietnam veterans and women) are encouraged to apply.

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