[KS] Korean Studies Position

G. Cameron Hurst gchurst at sas.upenn.edu
Wed Oct 6 15:50:22 EDT 2004

	The University of Pennsylvania has been conducting a search 
for a Korean Studies specialist. The job has been listed for some 
time, but we attach it once again here.

	The Search Committee wishes to announce that we will be begin 
reading applications on October 31, 2004 and continue until the 
position is filled.


	The University of Pennsylvania announces a search for a 
faculty position in Korean Studies (at the rank of assistant, 
associate, or full professor) to begin July 2005.  The position is 
open to Korean specialists in any discipline, but preference will be 
given for the following fields: anthropology, film, gender studies, 
and cultural studies.

	The successful applicant will be involved in helping to 
develop Korean Studies program at Penn, working in concert with the 
Center for Korean Studies, the Center for East Asian Studies, and the 
Korean language Program. There are currently over 100 students of 
Korean language; there is a Korean minor in the Department of Asian 
and Middle Eastern Studies and plans for a major as well.

	Requirements for the position include a completed doctoral 
degree with specialization in Korean Studies, native or near-native 
fluency in Korean language, significant publications in Korean 
related fields, and excellent teaching credentials. A successful 
candidate will be expected to devote his or her teaching and research 
activities  to subjects related to Korean Studies Applicants should 
send cover letter, CV, teaching evaluations, and relevant 
publications to the address below.  Candidates for an assistant 
professorship should also send three (3) letters of recommendation.

Korean Studies Search
Office of the Dean
School of Arts and Sciences
116 College Hall
University of Pennsylvania, PA  19104-6377

The University of Pennsylvania is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative 
Action employer.

G. Cameron Hurst III
Professor, Japanese and Korean Studies
Director, Center for East Asian Studies
Chair, East Asian Languages and Civilizations
847 Williams/6305
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6305

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