The Department of Anthropology at Stanford University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty appointment in Native American archaeology. The appointment will be made at the Assistant Professor rank. The successful applicant must be engaged in a program of archaeological fieldwork; broad theoretical and substantive interests are also essential for this position. The successful candidate will be appointed in the Anthropology Department and 50% of the teaching will be cross-listed in the curriculum of the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity. Candidates should demonstrate interests that afford effective interactions with a broad range of colleagues and the ability to teach and mentor a diverse student body.
For full consideration, materials must be received by December 15, 2017. The term of appointment would begin September 1, 2018. Send vita, letter describing qualifications and interests, one example of written work and the names of three referees to Professor Ian Hodder, Chair, Archaeology Search Committee, Department of Anthropology, 450 Serra Mall, Building 50, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-2034. Application materials should be submitted to AcademicJobsOnline.org.
Please use the following link to apply: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/10161
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