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Job Announcement: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ASSYRIOLOGY

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    Job Announcement The Oriental Institute University of Chicago ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ASSYRIOLOGY The Oriental Institute and the Department of Near Eastern
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 9, 2007
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      Job Announcement


      The Oriental Institute
      University of Chicago

      ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ASSYRIOLOGY



      The Oriental Institute and the Department of Near Eastern Languages
      and Civilizations of the University of Chicago seek applications for a
      tenure-track faculty position in Assyriology, at the rank of Assistant
      Professor.

      The appointment is expected to begin in the Fall Quarter of Academic
      Year 2008-09. The successful applicant must hold the Ph.D. degree
      before the appointment begins.

      The successful applicant should be able to teach a wide range of
      courses in Akkadian grammar, texts, and epigraphy and undergraduate
      courses on Mesopotamian civilization or history, to supervise M.A.
      theses and Ph.D. dissertations, and to carry out independent research
      and publication. Advanced knowledge of Sumerian or another ancient
      Mesopotamian language is highly desirable.

      Applicants should send a letter of interest, a detailed curriculum
      vitae, a list of publications, a list of names, addresses and e-mail
      addresses of at least three persons who can provide references, and a
      statement about plans for research and teaching to:

      Chair, Assyriology Search Committee
      The Oriental Institute
      1155 East 58th St.
      Chicago, IL 60637 USA
      Tel. (USA) 773-834-8098
      Fax: (USA) 773-702-9853
      e-mail: oi-administration@...

      No other materials are requested at this time. Review of applications
      will begin on December 1, 2007.


      The University of Chicago is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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