[KS] Job posting
Linda S. Lewis
llewis at wittenberg.edu
Mon Nov 11 12:20:17 EST 2002
Please note the following job posting. We are particularly interested in
applications from Koreanists.
East Asian Studies - Job Posting
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 2003-2004 academic year. This
initiative (funded by the Freeman Foundation) brings 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 pursue their own research.
Applicants must have area specialization in East Asia (Korea, Japan,
China), field open; we particularly welcome applications from candidates in
communication/media studies, popular culture, education, and art
history. Successful candidates will be promising scholars with a 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 February 14,
2003. Preliminary interviews will be held at the AAS meetings in New York
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 urged to apply.
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