[KS] Korean History Faculty Position at Seoul National University

문중양 moonsori at snu.ac.kr
Mon Apr 28 04:04:46 EDT 2008


Korean History Faculty Position at Seoul National University

The Department of Korean History at Seoul National University (SNU) invites applications for one faculty position full-time, open rank, and tenure track in Korean History to begin in September 2008. We seek international scholar with outstanding research and teaching credentials who will play an integral role in the development, diversity, and globalization of Korean history studies.

 

Requirements

Each candidate must have earned a Ph.D. by August 2008 and will be expected to lecture in English (3 courses per semester). Excellent competence in oral and written both Korean and English is essential for each position, and native-level competence will be regarded as highly desirable in assessing applications. 

 

Application

Candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, descriptions of ten years research from now and prospective three courses, and three publications (books or articles) to Chair, Department of Korean History, Seoul National University, San 56-1, Sillim-dong Gwanak-gu, Seoul, 151-747, South Korea. Applications should be submitted as soon as possible, and no later than May 30, 2008. Short-listed candidates are likely to be interviewed by mid-late June. Please contact Professor Ro Myoung-Ho at mhro at snu.ac.kr for more information. 





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MOON Joong-Yang Ph.D.
Editor, The Korean History of Science Society
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Korean History
College of Humanities, Seoul National University
Sillim-dong, Gwannak-gu, Seou 151-742, Korea
Tel: 02-880-6179; 018-334-4915
Fax: 02-871-3526
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