[KS] Senior Lecturer position in Archaeology/Early History at UW-Madison

Richard Miller rcmiller at wisc.edu
Wed Aug 12 15:24:37 EDT 2009

*Position Vacancy *

*University of Wisconsin, Madison*

*Senior Lecturer: East/Southeast Asian Archaeology and Early History 

The University of Wisconsin-Madison, College of Letters & Science 
invites applications for a temporary Lecturer in the area of East and 
Southeast Asian Archaeology and Early History, beginning August, 2009. 
Qualified applicants from any Social Science or Humanities discipline — 
including but not limited to Anthropology, Art History, History — are 
encouraged to apply. The courses to be taught will be registered through 
the department best suited to the applicant's area of interest. Ph. D. 
Candidate status required prior to the start of the appointment. 
Applicants must demonstrate excellence in research, teaching and 
service. Applicants who are actively involved in archeological 
excavations, or are involved in the primary analysis of excavated 
materials will be give priority. Active field project and teaching 
experience preferred. Responsibilities include teaching East and 
Southeast Asian archaeology and early history at the undergraduate 
and/or graduate level. Applications, including curriculum vitae, 
teaching evaluations, letter of recommendation from major advisor, 
sample syllabi and other materials should be sent to Chair, Archaeology 
Search Committee, Dept. of Anthropology, UW-Madison, 1180 Observatory 
Drive, 5240 Social Sciences Bldg., Madison, WI 53706. Unless 
confidentiality is requested in writing, information regarding 
applicants must be released upon request. Finalists cannot be guaranteed 
confidentiality. AA/EOE. Women and minorities are urged to apply.

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