Fall 2013 Lecturer Position
The Department of Anthropology at Brandeis University seeks to hire a Lecturerto teach a course on Archaeological Analysis directed to undergraduates inthe Fall of 2013. The course introduces students to archaeological laboratorymethods and analyses, emphasizing hands-on experience. In order to reflect onthe challenges of interpreting human behavior from material remains, studentsconduct independent analyses of ancient artifacts in the classroom and carryout research in surrounding communities in locations such as local graveyards.The Department of Anthropology has a small collection of archaeological objectsrepresenting major classes of materials, including ceramics, ground and chippedlithics, and glass. The class is taught in a 3-hour block once a week and is limitedto about 18 students.
Candidates must have a PhD (preferred) or ABD standing and have previousteaching experience. The salary is $6,000.
Please send the following in electronic format: a cover letter, description andsyllabus for the course, CV, and names and email contact information for two references.
Materials should be emailed to:
Laurel Carpenter, Senior AcademicAdministrator
The search will remain open until a qualified applicant is hired. Firstconsideration will be given to applications received by April 5.
Brandeis University is an equal opportunity employer, committed to building aculturally diverse intellectual community, and strongly encourages applicationsfrom women and minority candidates.