[KS] job announcement

llewis llewis at wittenberg.edu
Mon Jan 14 16:57:15 EST 2002

Please take note of the announcement of the following new positions(s) and 
pass it along to other East Asian Studies colleagues.

East Asian Studies
>The East Asian Studies Program at Wittenberg University invites applications
>for two one-year non-renewable appointments as Wittenberg East Asian Studies
>Teaching Fellows for the 2002- 2003 academic year. This new initiative
>(funded by the Freeman Foundation) will bring to Wittenberg advanced graduate
>students (ABD or new Ph.D) preparing for a career in college teaching.
>Fellows will, under the guidance of a faculty mentor, teach one course each
>semester, contribute to East Asian Studies program activities and the
>institutional life of the college, and pursue their own research. Applicants
>must have area specialization in East Asia (China, Japan, Korea), field open;
>we particularly welcome applications from candidates in management/business,
>art history, education, and cultural studies. Successful candidates will be
>promising scholars with strong commitment to undergraduate education in a
>small liberal arts college context. Salary and benefits commensurate with
>entry level positions. Send c.v., cover letter (including brief
description of
>potential courses), and three letters of recommendation to: Linda Lewis,
>Chair, East Asian Studies Fellows Search Committee, 319 Hollenbeck Hall,
>Wittenberg University, Springfield, Ohio 45501. Application deadline
March 1,
>2002. Preliminary interviews will be held at the AAS meetings in Washington,
>Wittenberg is a private, Lutheran church related university of the liberal
>arts and sciences, located in Springfield, Ohio, a city of 70,000 people, 45
>miles west of Columbus. Wittenberg is an affirmative action/equal
>opportunity employer committed to creating an ethnically and culturally
>diverse community. Women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged to

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