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    San Francisco State Univ. is seeking an Assistant Professor in
    cinema studies. It is a tenure track position. The person will
    have responsibilities teaching in both the graduate and
    undergraduate programs.
 
    Of particular interest to the cinema faculty is finding the
    candidate who can work at the Univ. to explore new
    opporyunities afforded by our recent move into a new production
    and research facility. The cinema studies area features a
    cinematheque-style theater and a Media Study Center which allows
    students and faculty to engage in individualized research, viewing
    and analysis of cinema on video and computer work stations Design
    and operation of the Center and expanded use of the Theater will
    be a focal point of plenning over the next few years. Applicants
    should have the requisite interest, energy and vision to help in
    the shaping and administration of programs and activities which
    involve these areas.
 
    The Univ. places primary emphasis on teaching.
 
    Applicants should have a Ph.D. in film studies: teaching
    experience at the college level in one or more of these areas:
    third world cinemas, issues of race/gender/ethnicity, film
    history, aspects of film theory/criticism. The position will be
    offered at Step 8, $35,870 maximum. Appointment is for Fall, 1995
    and should made by May 1, 1995.
 
    Submit a letter of intent. a curriculum vitae, asyllabus in area
    of expertise, a sample publication, and 3 reference letters by
    1/31/1995 to:
    Bill Nichols, Chair
    Hiring committee of cinema dept.
    San Francisco State University
    1600 Holloway Ave.
    San Frencisco, CA 94132   EOE/MFD.
 
 
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