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>> Department of Film, Television, and Theatre
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>> Position in Multicultural Film Studies
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>> The applicant for this position should specialize in one of these
>> areas:  African American, Latino/a, or Caribbean film studies.  The
>> orientation within these areas may be broadly defined as historical or
>> theoretical.  The candidate must also have a liberal arts background in
>> film studies and will teach basic and advanced courses in film history
>> and theory, as well as in the specialty area.  Duties include teaching
>> two classes per semester and advising students.
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>> The appointment will begin in August 2000, and may be at any rank.  The
>> Ph. D. is required, but doctoral candidates nearing completion will be
>> considered.  This is a tenure-track teaching and research position
>> requiring a strong commitment to undergraduate education in a liberal
>> arts environment as well as a vigorous program of research.  The person
>> hired will be expected to establish a publication record.  The
>> University of Notre Dame is a leading Catholic university distinguished
>> by a diversified faculty.  The Department of Film, Television, and
>> Theatre has 11 faculty in film/television and 9 in theatre.  It offers a
>> major leading to the B.A.  (More information may be found at
>> http://www.nd.edu/~cothweb/ .)  In 2002, the department and its
>> production facilities will move into a $51 million performing arts
>> center.  The university is in South Bend, Indiana, located 90 miles east
>> of Chicago.  Salary and benefits are nationally competitive.
>>
>> Candidates should submit their C.V. and a letter of application by
>> November 15, 1999.  In the letter identify which position is being
>> applied for and include the names, addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail
>> addresses of three references.
>>
>> Donald Crafton, Professor and Chair
>> Film, Television, and Theatre
>> 320 O'Shaughnessy Hall
>> The University of Notre Dame
>> Notre Dame, IN 46556
>>
>> The University of Notre Dame is an Equal Opportunity employer.  Women
>> and minorities are encouraged to apply.
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>> Position in Film and New Media
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>> The applicant should specialize in film studies, with a secondary focus
>> in new media, including television.  The orientation within these areas
>> is broadly defined as theoretical.  The candidate must also have a
>> liberal arts background in film studies and will teach basic and
>> advanced courses in film history and theory, as well as in the specialty
>> area.  Duties include teaching two classes per semester and advising
>> students.  The new position will contribute to and complement Notre
>> Dame's developing interdepartmental concentration in television and
>> media studies.
>>
>> The appointment will begin in August 2000 and will be at the rank of
>> assistant professor.  The Ph. D. is required.  This is a tenure-track
>> teaching and research position requiring a strong commitment to
>> undergraduate education in a liberal arts environment as well as a
>> vigorous program of research.  The person hired will be expected to
>> establish a publication record.  The University of Notre Dame is a
>> leading Catholic university distinguished by a diversified faculty.  The
>> Department of Film, Television, and Theatre has 11 faculty in
>> film/television and 9 in theatre.  It offers a major leading to the
>> B.A.  (More information may be found at http://www.nd.edu/~cothweb/ .)
>> In 2002, the department and its production facilities will move into a
>> $51 million performing arts center.  The department is also allied with
>> WNDU, the NBC network affiliate of the region. The university is in
>> South Bend, Indiana, located 90 miles east of Chicago.  Salary and
>> benefits are nationally competitive.
>>
>> Candidates should submit their C.V. and a letter of application by
>> November 15, 1999.  In the letter identify which position is being
>> applied for and include the names, addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail
>> addresses of three references.
>>
>> Donald Crafton, Professor and Chair
>> Film, Television, and Theatre
>> 320 O'Shaughnessy Hall
>> The University of Notre Dame
>> Notre Dame, IN 46556
>>
>> The University of Notre Dame is an Equal Opportunity employer.  Women
>> and minorities are encouraged to apply
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>Donald Crafton
>Professor and Chair
>Department of Film, Television, and Theatre
>320 O'Shaughnessy
>University of Notre Dame
>Notre Dame, IN  46556
>
>Office  (219) 631-7054
>Fax      (219) 631-4268
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University of Notre Dame
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Online resources for film/TV studies may be found at ScreenSite
http://www.tcf.ua.edu/ScreenSite