postdoctoral position in chinese/korean film
Sun Jan 15 18:05:44 EST 2006
Apologies for cross-posting:
Hamilton College is looking for a post-doctoral fellow in Chinese and/
or Korean film studies. Sorry this is not in Japanese film studies,
but if you know of anybody who may be interested in this position,
would you please forward this message to them? Thank you.
- Kyoko Omori
The Asian Studies program of Hamilton College invites applications
for a two-year teaching post-doctoral fellowship in Chinese and/or
Korean film studies to begin in the Fall, 2006. Ability to teach film
in larger Asian and global contexts highly desirable. Completion of
dissertation by time of appointment is preferred, but ABDs nearing
completion of the dissertation may be considered. The successful
candidate will teach three courses during the academic year and be
housed in the department of his or her discipline. The stipend is
$41,000 for the candidate with degree in hand and a $5,000 research
fund to support work on revising or completing the dissertation
during the two-year term. Hamilton is an affirmative action, equal
opportunity employer and is committed to diversity in all areas of
the campus community. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
Deadline: review of applications to begin on March 1. Send a letter,
vita, a transcript, a writing sample (including dissertation
prospectus), two course syllabi or proposals, and three letters of
recommendation to: Chinese/Korean film Search Committee, Office of
the Dean of Faculty, Hamilton College, 198 College Hill Road,
Clinton, NY, 13323.
Assistant Professor, Japanese Program
East Asian Languages and Literatures Department
komori at hamilton.edu
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