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Forwarded by Jeremy Butler, for more information contact Chuck
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Subject: NWU RTF film history search
Author:  [log in to unmask] (Chuck Kleinhans)
Date:    12/7/96 8:23 AM
 
 
Jeremy, could you post this to screen-L and any other list serves or sites
you think appropriate?
 
Film Historian.   Radio/Television/Film Dept. Northwestern University, seeks
a film historian with PhD in hand, teaching experience, and a significant
publication record or demonstrated potential for research and publication
required to teach graduate and undergraduate courses in film history,
introduction to film studies, and critical studies.  Additional expertise in
any of the following areas is desirable:  historiography, national cinemas,
film/media theory, and new technologies.  The appointment presumably will be
made at the Assistant level,  although applications at more senior levels
will be accepted.  The position is full-time, tenure track, starting 9/97,
with competitive salary.  Possibility of joint appointments with other
departments and programs.  In order to ensure full consideration,
applications and supporting materials must be received by January 31, 1995.
Send letter of application, vita, sample publications/papers and three
letters of reference to:  Chair, Film History Search Committee, Department
of Radio/Television/Film, Northwestern University , 1905 N. Sheridan Rd.,
Evanston, IL  60208.
 
Northwestern University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
Employer.  Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.  Hiring is
contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.
 
Chuck Kleinhans
Associate Professor, Radio/Television/Film,
Northwestern University
1905 Sheridan Rd. Evanson IL 60208 USA
 
Co-editor: JUMP CUT: A REVIEW OF CONTEMPORARY MEDIA
(http://www.sa.ua.edu/JumpCut/)
Best phone: 773-871-5742  **** note area code change
fax: 847-467-2389
 
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