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Position in Greek Studies at U. of S. Florida

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Assistant Professor of Greek Language and Literature.

The Division of Languages and Linguistics seeks an outstanding scholar/teacher to participate with other faculty in the development of the new Interdisciplinary Center for Hellenic Studies (ICHS) and Interdisciplinary Classical Civilizations major.

Salary: $40,000 (negotiable); position commences Fall semester, 2000. Ph.D. in Classics, Greek or related discipline required at the time of appointment. Ability to teach both modern and ancient Greek language and literature is required. Responsibilities include teaching introductory and advanced language, literature and culture courses; presiding over the distance-learning initiative with Tarpon Springs Center; and a commitment to outreach programs with the local Greek community.

A desire to work with others to develop a study-abroad program in Greece is desirable. Research specialization open, but should contribute to an interdisciplinary classical civilizations curriculum and not duplicate existing faculty strengths. Position is tenure-earning and offers candidacy for one of five Endowed Named Professorships in the ICHS with the opportunity to receive research and development stipends.

Applications should include a description of the candidates interests and possible contributions to our program, a curriculum vitae, appropriate transcripts, and at least three letters of reference (select evidence of teaching and other scholarly work completed or in progress is optional). Send application materials to Dr. William M. Murray, Division of Languages and Linguistics, University of South Florida, 4202 E. Fowler Ave., CPR 107, Tampa, Fl 33620-5550.

Deadline for receipt of applications is Dec. 13, 1999. Selected candidates will be interviewed at the APA/AIA meeting in Dallas, TX in December, 1999.

The University of South Florida is an affirmative action, equal access, equal opportunity employer. Applications from women and minorities are encouraged. For disability accommodations, please contact William Murray a minimum of five work days in advance (813-974-3139; According to Florida Law, applications and meetings regarding them are open to the public.

William M. Murray Chair of the Search Committee Languages and Linguistics University of South Florida Tama, FL 33620-8100 USA

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