Position: UH Manoa, South & Southeast Asia
Assistant Professor of Art History: South & Southeast Asia
Review of Applications begins: 20 December 2007
Location: University of Hawaii, Manoa
Details: UHM College of Arts and Humanities, Department of Art and Art History, (Manoa), tenure track, full-time, 9-month, to begin August 2008, pending position clearance and availability of funds.
Teach courses in South and Southeast Asian Art History at the undergraduate and graduate level; conduct and publish research; participate in the teaching of global survey of art; supervise graduate students; advise undergraduate students and develop curriculum; participate in the governance of the department; and other duties as assigned by the Chair.
PhD in art history or the equivalent, with a specialization in South or Southeast Asian Art or Visual Culture; college teaching experience in art history; ABDs will be considered if all requirements for the PhD are completed by date of hire.
Secondary specialization in global Islam, Art of the Philippines, or Korean Art; publications; evidence of integrating post-colonial or cross-cultural perspectives into their teaching and research.
Pay range: Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.
To apply: Submit Cover letter indicating how you satisfy the minimum and/or desirable qualifications, C.V., statement of teaching philosophy, writing/publication sample(s), official transcripts (copies are acceptable, however, official transcripts will be required at the time of hire), names and contact information of 3 professional references, and a self-addressed and stamped envelope for the return of application material. Application address: Chair, Art History Search Committee, Department of Art and Art History, 2535 McCarthy Mall, University of Hawai’i at Manoa, Honolulu, HI 96822. Inquiries: Kate Lingley (email@example.com) or 808-956-8291. Continuous recruitment: Review of applications will begin on December 20, 2007 and will continue until the position is filled. EEO/AA Employer.
Submitted by: Gaye Chan, Chair, Department of Art and Art History