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THE FLINDERS UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA
 
FACULTY OF EDUCATION, HUMANITIES, LAW AND THEOLOGY
 
SCHOOL OF ARTS
 
SENIOR LECTURER/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR IN SCREEN STUDIES(Continuing)
 
Senior Lecturer       $52 726 - $60 797 pa
Associate Professor    $63 487 - $69 942 pa
 
 
Two positions are available in Screen Studies. One is a continuing
position. The other is for a term of three years, which may be extended for
a further period and/or converted to a continuing position.
 
Screen Studies teaches a major sequence of critical and historical topics,
complemented by a sequence of topics in film production. The unit aims to
maintain an integrated approach to the teaching of theoretical and
practical areas.
 
Ref 96158  Available full-time from February 1997, this is an appointment
to a continuing position;  tenure would normally be granted after three
years on the basis of satisfactory performance.
 
The appointee will be required to teach within the history/theory
component, to undertake research, and to take a leadership role within the
unit. The appointee will be expected to be supportive of the production
stream as well as of the historical/theoretical work of the unit.
Applicants should have a demonstrated interest in one or more of the
following areas: classical and contemporary film theories; national,
historical and cultural studies of film and other screen media; gender and
film; postcolonial cinemas.
 
Essential criteria include a record of excellence in publication, a record
of excellence in teaching and curriculum development, and experience in
academic administration.
 
 
LECTURER/ASSOCIATE LECTURER IN SCREEN STUDIES
(Convertible)
 
Associate Lecturer     $30 130 - $40 889 pa
Lecturer                            $43 042 - $51 113 pa
 
 
Ref 96159  Available full-time from February 1997.  This is an appointment
for a term of three years, which may be extended for a further period
and/or converted to a continuing position. The appointee will be required
to teach within the history/theory component, to undertake research, and to
assist in administration.  Applicants should have a demonstrated interest
in one or more of the following areas: classical and contemporary film
theories; national, historical and cultural studies of film and other
screen media; gender and film; postcolonial cinemas.
 
Essential criteria include an excellent Honours degree in Screen Studies or
a related area; indication of good teaching skills; and a commitment to
research. Appointment at Lecturer level is normally conditional on
possession of a higher degree and is not normally made above $47,885 pa.
 
 
Further information including position documentation, for both positions,
must be obtained from the Screen Studies Secretary, phone (618) 8201 2578,
or fax (618) 8201 2556 or from the Head of the School of Arts, Professor
Gregory Currie, phone (618) 8201 3942.
 
Applicants must address the selection criteria in the documentation.
Applications, quoting the reference number, giving qualifications, and
including a writing sample and, where appropriate, a dissertation abstract,
should be lodged in duplicate with the Manager, Human Resources, Flinders
University, GPO Box 2100, Adelaide SA 5001 Australia, or fax (618) 8201
3131, by  Monday 11th November 1996.
 
Applicants should arrange for three confidential letters of support,
addressing the selection criteria, to be lodged with the Manager, Human
Resources by the closing date, 11th November 1996. Please do not merely
supply the names of referees. You must ask your referees to send letters of
support to the University.  It is expected that interviews will take place
in November.
 
The University reserves the right not to make an appointment or to invite
applications.
 
FLINDERS UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND  ENCOURAGES
APPLICATIONS FROM WOMEN
 
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