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      From: Serguei Alex. Oushakine [mailto:sao15@...]
      Sent: Monday, April 16, 2001 12:51 AM
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      Subject: [ANTHRO-L] Andrew W. Mellon postdoctoral fellowships in the humanities (Dartmouth college)

      ANDREW W. MELLON POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS IN THE HUMANITIES AND RELATED
      SOCIAL SCIENCES AT DARTMOUTH COLLEGE

      Dartmouth College wishes to advertise a total of six two-year postdoctoral
      fellowships staggered over a period of five years, starting with two
      fellows in fall 2001. Successful applicants will be expected to pursue
      their research and teach half-time (2 courses annually). Stipend of
      $40,800 in 2001-02 academic year, plus benefits, research allowance both
      years, and computer allowance during first year. Applications for 2001-02
      due May 1st, 2001. For further information, consult the Leslie Humanities
      Center website at

      http://www.dartmouth.edu/~hri/
      Christina M. Gillis, Ph.D.
      Assoc. Director, Townsend Center for the Humanities
      220 Stephens Hall, MC #2340
      University of California
      Berkeley, CA 94720
      ph (510)643-6229; fax (510)643-5284
       
      Applications for Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowships beginning in fall 2001 will be due by May 1st, 2001. Two fellows will be appointed in fall 2001, one in fall 2002, two in fall 2003, and one in fall 2004. Fellows will enjoy full use of such college resources as the library, computing center, Leslie, Rockefeller and Dickey Centers, Hood Museum and Hopkins Center. The stipend for fellows beginning in 2001 will be $40,800 plus benefits, a research allowance of $1500, and a first-year only computer allowance of $3500. Fellowship application forms are available from Associate Dean Sandra Gregg, Wentworth Hall, HB 6045, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH 03755 or email Sandra.L.Gregg@....

      The purposes of these fellowships are, on one hand, to benefit the college by bringing on to campus leading young scholar/teachers in the vanguard of current research, and on the other hand to benefit the fellows by allowing them to pursue their research while gaining pre-professional experience as teachers and department-members in a leading liberal arts college. Each fellow will be located for two years in a particular department or interdisciplinary program, and will be linked up with one or more Dartmouth faculty members who will serve as advisor/mentor(s). Fellows will be expected to teach two courses in each year of their residency, at least one of which should contribute something new to the Dartmouth curriculum. These courses will be additional to those already allocated to the department or program. Both fellowship applications and departmental requests to house a fellow will be competitively evaluated by a committee consisting of the Associate Deans of the Humanities and Social Sciences and their appointees. Strong fellowship applications will be circulated to relevant departments and programs, which will then be invited to apply for one of the candidates. Departments and programs will be expected to justify requests for a fellow by detailing the benefits expected from, and afforded to, that fellow, and by indicating how the fellow might contribute something new, or currently lacking, to the intellectual life of the college.

      Applications for Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowships beginning in fall 2001 will be due by May 1st, 2001. Two fellows will be appointed in fall 2001, one in fall 2002, two in fall 2003, and one in fall 2004. Fellows will enjoy full use of such college resources as the library, computing center, Leslie, Rockefeller and Dickey Centers, Hood Museum and Hopkins Center. The stipend for fellows beginning in 2001 will be $40,800 plus benefits, a research allowance of $1500, and a first-year only computer allowance of $3500. Fellowship application forms are available from Associate Dean Sandra Gregg, Wentworth Hall, HB 6045, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH 03755 or email
      Sandra.L.Gregg@....

      The purposes of these fellowships are, on one hand, to benefit the college by bringing on to campus leading young scholar/teachers in the vanguard of current research, and on the other hand to benefit the fellows by allowing them to pursue their research while gaining pre-professional experience as teachers and department-members in a leading liberal arts college. Each fellow will be located for two years in a particular department or interdisciplinary program, and will be linked up with one or more Dartmouth faculty members who will serve as advisor/mentor(s). Fellows will be expected to teach two courses in each year of their residency, at least one of which should contribute something new to the Dartmouth curriculum. These courses will be additional to those already allocated to the department or program. Both fellowship applications and departmental requests to house a fellow will be competitively evaluated by a committee consisting of the Associate Deans of the Humanities and Social Sciences and their appointees. Strong fellowship applications will be circulated to relevant departments and programs, which will then be invited to apply for one of the candidates. Departments and programs will be expected to justify requests for a fellow by detailing the benefits expected from, and afforded to, that fellow, and by indicating how the fellow might contribute something new, or currently lacking, to the intellectual life of the college.

      Serguei Alex Oushakine

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