[KS] Job opening at Georgetown University

Robert C. Provine provine at umd.edu
Tue Nov 13 18:44:01 EST 2001

From: "Stephen Epstein" <sjesk at hotmail.com>
To: korean-studies at koreaweb.ws
Subject: Fwd: FW: Job Opening at Georgetown University
Date: Sun, 11 Nov 2001 14:19:47 +0000

>-----Original Message-----
>Dear Colleagues:
>I want to bring to your attention a job search that's presently underway
>at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.  As you can see in the ad
>below, the position is a tenure-track position open to all ranks and all
>fields.  I would very much appreciate your bringing the opening to the
>attention of qualified colleagues.  Georgetown has made Korean Studies a
>priority and has developed an active, high quality program.
>Given the difficulties of surface mail, I would encourage you to advise
>interested specialists to contact me by email first and to follow up by
>regular mail subsequently.
>Many thanks in advance for your help.
>Sincerely yours,
>John Bailey, Chair, Search Committee
>D.S. Song Chair in Korean Studies
>Department of Government
>D.S. Song-Korea Foundation Chair in Korean Studies
>Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service
>Georgetown University
>The Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service seeks to fill the D.S.
>Song-Korea Foundation Chair in Korean Studies.  Applications will be
>accepted from candidates in all disciplines and at all ranks, who have
>demonstrated excellence in scholarship and teaching on modern Korea.
>The appointment at the appropriate tenured or tenure-track rank will
>be in the faculty of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service with
>the option of joint appointment in the appropriate disciplinary
>The Song-Korea Foundation Professor will teach at least two courses
>each year on modern Korea and two courses on related topics or in the
>relevant discipline.  Salary and other forms of support will be
>Georgetown University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
>The deadline for applications is December 1, 2001 or until the
>position is filled.
>Applicants should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae and
>names of three references to:
>Chair, Song-Korea Foundation Search Committee
>c/o Prof. Dunkley
>Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs
>Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service
>301 ICC Bldg.
>Georgetown University
>Washington, DC 20057

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