The Department of Sociology & Anthropology at Millsaps College invites applications from archaeologists for a one-year position as Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology beginning in Fall 2014.
A candidate's teaching and scholarship should extend beyond the department's current strength in Maya and Mesoamerican archaeology. Applicants should be prepared to teach Introduction to Archaeology and Archaeological Method and Theory, and be able to offer a range of courses that will complement current offerings and contribute to the curriculum in archaeology and anthropology more generally. The teaching load will be three courses per semester.
Candidates with Ph.D. in hand will be given preference, but advanced ABDs will be considered. Review of applications will begin in early February and continue until the position is filled. Application materials, including a letter of interest, statement of teaching philosophy, CV, and references, should be sent to:
Dr. Julian M. Murchison, Chair, Department of Sociology & Anthropology
Campus Box 150738
1701 N. State St.
Jackson, MS 39210
Application materials can be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employment will be contingent on complete background verification.
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