October 27, 2003

DrewU: Generalist (tenure track)

The Department of Classics at Drew University, a small liberal-arts
institution, invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position at
the rank of Assistant Professor, effective Fall 2004, pending budgetary
approval. The successful candidate will teach classes in our general
curriculum and Greek and Latin at all undergraduate levels. Applicants
should have experience with general-ed courses in classical studies, and be
comfortable with academic applications of technology. Courses recently
taught include surveys of ancient literature in translation, the ancient
family, women in antiquity, and Greek and Roman religion. Area of
specialization should complement those of current department members. We
encourage applicants who work closely with the literature of the classical
world, including the period of late antiquity. Candidates should
demonstrate effective teaching and scholarship and have the Ph.D. by
September 1, 2004. A letter of application, CV and three letters of
recommendation should be sent by 10 December 2003 to Prof. John Lenz,
Classics Search, Department of Classics, Embury Hall, Drew University,
Madison, NJ 07940. Drew University is an equal opportunity and Affirmative
Action employer.

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CORNELL COLLEGE: Classicist with a gender perspective (tenure track)

Joint appointment to begin in the fall of 2004 in Women's
Studies and one of the following: Classics, Art, or Political Science. Tenure-
track assistant or associate professor with a Ph.D. in Women's Studies,
Classics, Art History/Archaeology, or Political Science. At Cornell College,
Women's Studies is a well-established program with a major and minor.
Successful candidates must be qualified to teach core Women's Studies
courses including an introductory course, a sophomore-level course on Feminist
Theory, a senior seminar, and advanced courses pertinent to the
candidate's area of expertise. Art Historians or Archaeologists should specialize
in pre-1400 A.D. art and material culture, possibly with expertise in
ancient art of the Mediterranean world. Political Scientists should have some
expertise in International Relations or Comparative Politics as well as
interest in gender issues. Classicists, in addition to being able to teach
Latin and Greek language and literature, should be able to contribute
upper level courses with a gender perspective, but area of research
specialization is open. College teaching experience preferred. Cornell College, a
private undergraduate liberal arts college, has attracted national
attention for its distinctive academic calendar under which faculty teach and
students take one course at a time in month-long terms. Normal teaching load
is six courses per year. The College is committed to excellence in
teaching and encourages interdisciplinary interests among its faculty. Send
paper copies of letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching interests,
evidence of teaching effectiveness, and three letters of reference to: Ms.
Ann Opatz, Office of Academic Affairs, Cornell College, 600 First Street
West, Mount Vernon, IA 52314-1098. Formal consideration of applications
begins December 1, 2003. Cornell College is an EO/AA employer. Visit our
website at http://www.cornellcollege.edu.

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