[Humanist] 24.703 jobs: at Georgia and at Tulsa

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 24, No. 703.
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  [1]   From:    Bill Kretzschmar <kretzsch at uga.edu>                       (18)
        Subject: job in DH at the University of Georgia

  [2]   From:    "Latham, Sean" <sean-latham at utulsa.edu>                   (19)
        Subject: Tenure Track Asst Prof of Digital Humanities


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        Date: Tue, 8 Feb 2011 15:43:46 +0000
        From: Bill Kretzschmar <kretzsch at uga.edu>
        Subject: job in DH at the University of Georgia
        In-Reply-To: <DF721AFA-9583-451E-A6C1-14F2EEE90CFF at mccarty.org.uk>


Assistant Professor in Digital Humanities
English Department and Department of Theatre and Film Studies
University of Georgia

[NB: Applicants will get full consideration if they apply before end of February. This is an extended deadline. The original job advert follows.]

The English Department and the Department of Theater and Film Studies at the University of Georgia invite applications for a joint appointment as an assistant professor in Digital Humanities specializing in programming and multimedia. A terminal degree is required by the time the appointment begins on August 15, 2011, preferably a PhD in drama, film, or performance studies. The successful candidate will teach undergraduate and graduate classes to introduce digital humanities and programming with interactive media. Other courses may include topics in the candidate's scholarly area and new interdisciplinary courses. The academic year teaching load is 2/2, incorporating a mix of classes in both departments.

This appointment will be part of an ongoing effort by the University to build a significant digital humanities infrastructure involving faculty and facilities housed in several departments across the institution, including the Classics Department, the School of Art, the Willson Center for the Humanities, and ICE (Ideas for Creative Exploration).

Applicants should present a research portfolio that demonstrates significant achievement developing innovative approaches to visualizing humanities research as an alternative form of scholarly publication and/or pedagogy. Candidates should send a letter of interest including a link to their portfolio accessible online, a cv, and three letters of reference, all in PDF, to Steven Carroll, scar1106 at uga.edu. Applications received by January 31, 2011 will receive full consideration.

The Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, its many units, and the University of Georgia are committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty and students, and sustaining a work and learning environment that is inclusive.  Women, minorities, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.  The University if an EEO/AA institution.
    



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Bill Kretzschmar
Harry and Jane Willson Professor in Humanities
Dept. of English, Park Hall 317
University of Georgia
Athens, GA  30602
706-542-2246 / Fax 706-583-0027
<DigitalHumanitiesEnglishTheatreFinal.doc>



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        Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2011 10:11:32 -0600
        From: "Latham, Sean" <sean-latham at utulsa.edu>
        Subject: Tenure Track Asst Prof of Digital Humanities
        In-Reply-To: <DF721AFA-9583-451E-A6C1-14F2EEE90CFF at mccarty.org.uk>


Position Summary

The University of Tulsa seeks a tenure-track, entry-level or advanced, Assistant Professor of English commencing August 2011, with research interests in digital humanities and 20th/21st century literature and culture.  Tulsa is a home to the Modernist Journals Project (www.modjourn.org), an important digital humanities initiative.  The McFarlin Library's Special Collections have significant 20th century archival holdings.  We see English as a broad field with fluid boundaries, encompassing interests in film, creative writing, art, media studies, history of the book, women's and gender studies, periodical studies and other interdisciplinary areas.  Teaching will include departmental courses and graduate seminars, participation in a humanities-based general curriculum and honors program, and service on dissertation committees.

Application Information

Please send letter of application, vita, and dossier to:
Professor Lars Engle, Chair
Faculty of English
The University of Tulsa
800 S Tucker Drive
Tulsa, OK  74104

Digital applications will be accepted and can be emailed to:
dig-hum-search at utulsa.edu

Review of applications will begin February 25, 2011 and will continue until the position is filled.

Sean Latham
Pauline Walter Professor of English and Comparative Literature
Director, Modernist Journals Project
Editor, James Joyce Quarterly
University of Tulsa

Twitter: @seanplatham
Web: http://www.personal.utulsa.edu/~sean-latham/





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