October 31, 2003

Cornell: Latin Literature (tenure track)

The Department of Classics is seeking a tenure-track Assistant
Professor in Latin literature. Candidates should be specialists in
the literature, especially poetry (including drama), of republican
and early imperial Rome. They should also have a broad general
understanding of Latin literature, and be prepared to teach a wide
range of graduate and undergraduate courses in Classics, and to
direct graduate work in Latin literature. The appointment would start
on July 1, 2004. Please send a letter of application, a curriculum
vitae, three letters of reference, and a representative writing
sample to Professor Jeffrey Rusten, Department of Classics, Cornell
University, 120 Goldwin Smith Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853. The deadline
for receipt of applications is December 10, 2003. We will conduct
interviews at the APA Annual Meeting in San Francisco.  Cornell
University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

-- seen on the Classics list

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TrentU: Generalist (tenure track)

The Department of Ancient History and Classics at Trent University
(http://www.trentu.ca/ahc/) invites applications for a tenure track
position at the Assistant Professor or Associate Professor rank
beginning 1 July 2004, subject to budgetary approval.  The successful
applicant who holds the PhD has a proven record both as an effective and
versatile undergraduate teacher and as a scholar with an ongoing and
preferably externally funded research programme in Eastern Mediterranean
Archaeology and Civilisation; some administrative experience would be an
asset.  She or he will teach in 2004-05 at least one course in those
fields as well as a course in Classical Civilisation (Women in Greece
and Rome), and over the coming years other courses, as required by the
staffing situation in any given year, including ancient Greek and
Latin.  Applications, accompanied by the usual documentation and
supported by three letters of reference, should be sent to: K.H. Kinzl,
Chair, Department of Ancient History and Classics, 1600 Riverside Drive,
Trent University, Peterborough ON  K9J 7B8; informal enquiries may be
sent to kkinzl@trentu.ca.  The deadline for applications is 1 December,
2003. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however,
Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. Trent
University is an employment equity employer, and especially invites
applications from women, aboriginal people, visible minorities and
people with disabilities.

-- seen in the Canadian Classical Bulletin

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