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Elizabeth Fries wrote:
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> Liz Fries
> Brooklyn College
> Department of Film
> (718) 951-5664
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> Please forward this message to anyone you feel may be qualified.
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> BROOKLYN COLLEGE FILM DEPARTMENT FACULTY
> POSITIONS - 2 OPENINGS -
>
> FILM STUDIES - GLOBAL CINEMA
> Film Department, Brooklyn College,
> City University of New York
>
> [RANK]:
>
> Assistant Professor
> Tenure-track position beginning September, 1999
>
> [SALARY]:
>
> $29,931-$45,672
> Salary commensurate with qualifications and
> experience.
>
> [SEND CURRENT RESUME AND THREE LETTERS OF
> REFERENCE TO]:
>
> Dr. Joan V. Rome, Director
> Personnel Services and Labor Relations
> 2900 Bedford Avenue
> Brooklyn College/CUNY
> Brooklyn, NY 11210-2889
>
> [APPLICATION DEADLINE]:
>
> Review of applications will begin on OCTOBER 15,
> 1998 and continue until position is filled.
>
> [QUALIFICATIONS]:
>
> Ph.D. in Film or related area; publications and
> teaching experience in the following preferred
> areas: global cinema, cultural perspectives on
> film, the film industry, and one or two
> non-Euro-American national cinemas; commitment
> to undergraduate teaching; administrative
> experience or potential; interest in department
> administration; strong interpersonal skills;
> computer skills in research and teaching.
> (Sample syllabi, an interview, and a demonstration
> class will be required of finalists).
>
> [DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES]:
>
> Teach courses in GLOBAL CINEMA, COMMUNITY VIEWS,
> NON-FICTION FILM, CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES, one or two
> non-Euro-American NATIONAL CINEMAS, FILM INDUSTRY,
> and introductory sections of FILM LANGUAGE.
> Committee work, administrative duties, student
> advisement, supervision of independent studies,
> curriculum development, continuing record of
> publication.
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> FILM PRODUCTION - SCREENWRITING
> Film Department, Brooklyn College,
> City University of New York
>
> [RANK]:
>
> Assistant Professor
> Tenure-track position beginning September, 1999
>
> [SALARY]:
>
> $29,931-$45,672
> Salary commensurate with qualifications and
> experience.
>
> [SEND CURRENT RESUME AND THREE LETTERS OF
> REFERENCE TO]:
>
> Dr. Joan V. Rome, Director
> Personnel Services and Labor Relations
> Brooklyn College/CUNY
> 2900 Bedford Avenue
> Brooklyn, NY 11210-2889
>
> [APPLICATION DEADLINE]:
>
> Review of applications will begin on OCTOBER 15,
> 1998 and continue until position is filled.
>
> [QUALIFICATIONS]:
>
> M.F.A. or equivalent professional experience in
> screenwriting and film production; professional
> screenwriting credits; undergraduate teaching
> experience in screenwriting and film production;
> strong interpersonal skills and commitment to
> undergraduate teaching; computer skills in
> writing and teaching. (Sample syllabi, reel
> and/or screenplays, interview, and a demonstration
> class, will be required of finalists).
>
> [DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES]:
>
> Teach two sections of SCREENWRITING I
> (introduction: the short script); SCREENWRITING II
> (the feature script) and SCREENWRITING III
> (adaptation); one section of INTRODUCTION TO FILM
> PRODUCTION. Committee work, administrative duties,
> student advisement, supervision of internships and
> independent study productions, curriculum
> development, continuing professional work in
> screenwriting.
>
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> - Anticipated faculty vacancy
> - Subject to financial ability
> - An equal opportunity
> - Affirmative action
> - Irca
> - Americans with disabilities act employer
>
> Since 1935 BROOKLYN COLLEGE has distinguished
> itself as one of the nation's leading public
> urban universities, receiving a four-star ranking
> in the 1998 Fiske Guide to Colleges. The Film
> Department of Brooklyn College is the only public
> undergraduate department of film production and
> film studies in New York City. There are two
> hundred film majors from over fifty countries;
> twelve hundred students take courses each year
> in the department. The department offers a B.A.
> with concentrations in Film Studies and Film
> Production and a Certificate in Film Production,
> which attracts advanced students with degrees from
> universities around the world. Graduate teaching
> is possible at CUNY's Graduate Center in midtown
> Manhattan. A prestigious group of Film Associates
> teach, advise students on career choices, and offer
> professional internships. Close to Manhattan, the
> 26-acre, tree-lined campus is a favorite choice of
> film directors seeking an ivy league setting.
>
> Visit the Film Department Website:
> http://depthome.brooklyn.cuny.edu/film/
 
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