Brown University Openings in N/A Studies
(CSREA) announces an open rank, tenure-track or tenured faculty position in Native American/American Indian studies. The anticipated starting date is July 1, 2004.
We are seeking an interdisciplinary scholar with grounding in the humanities or social
sciences who will contribute to ethnic studies at Brown University. The tenure home will be in the department appropriate to the educational background and primary field of the scholar, with the appointment shared between CSREA/Ethnic Studies and the department.
We welcome all applicants whose fields include: Native American, American Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Native Alaskan. A Ph.D. and a record of excellence in teaching and research are required of all candidates.
Assistant professor applicants should have a doctorate in a relevant field and some university-level teaching experience. Associate professor applicants are expected to have a substantial publication record and evidence of emerging leadership in their field.
Full professor applicants are expected, in addition, to have an established national and international reputation as an acknowledged leader in their area of scholarship. Applicants at advanced ranks will be treated with confidence, and candidates at
these ranks should provide with their application letter and curriculum vita, the names of five references, who will be contacted by the search committee as appropriate. Beginning assistant professors should submit a letter of application, a curriculum vita,
and, under separate cover, three letters of reference.
All applications should be sent to Professor Matt Garcia, CSREA Box 1886, 150 Power Street, Brown University, Providence, RI 02912.
Review of complete applications will begin on November 30, 2003 and continue until the position is filled. We encourage further inquiries with search committee co-chairs: Prof. Matt Garcia (Tel: 401/863-3080;
Matthew_Garcia@brown.edu) or Prof. Karl Jacoby (401/863-3009;
Karl_Jacoby@brown.edu). Brown University is an EEO/AA Employer. Scholars of color and women are encouraged to apply.