Fwd: Geog position at U of Washington

David Magier magier at COLUMBIA.EDU
Wed Oct 29 18:45:38 UTC 2003

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David Magier

>WASHINGTON, SEATTLE 98195.  University of Washington.  Tenure track, assistant
>professor position jointly held in the Department of Geography and in the
>Jackson School of International Studies beginning in September 2004.
>must have a regional focus upon South Asia with research and
>teaching interests
>in society-environment relations and critical development studies.  Relevant
>areas of specialization include but are not limited to:  the geopolitics of
>natural resource management and development, political ecology, the political
>economy of environmental transformation and change or the cultural-historical
>study of nature-social identity interactions.  Applicants should present
>persuasive evidence of their scholarly and research potential and possess
>relevant field experience and language skills.  Applicants must have a
>commitment to teaching excellence and must be able to teach introductory
>undergraduate and graduate courses in Geography and modern South Asia, and
>advise and direct graduate students in Geography and South Asian Studies.  The
>successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the Jackson
>School's area
>studies programs and to the Department of Geography. A Ph.D. in geography or a
>related interdisciplinary field such as environmental studies, development
>studies or urban ecology and planning is required.  Salary is
>commensurate with
>experience and qualifications.
>           Please submit a curriculum vita, a statement of research
>and teaching
>interests and three letters of reference.  Priority will be given to
>applications received by December 10th 2003, and the application review will
>continue until the position is filled.  The University of Washington is an
>affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.  Apply:  Lucy Jarosz, Chair,
>Search Committee, Department of Geography, University of Washington,
>Seattle, WA
>  98195.  Phone: 206.543.7933 or email: jarosz at u.washington.edu. See also
>Keith Snodgrass
>Associate Director  & Outreach Coordinator
>South Asia Center, Jackson School
>Box 353650, University of Washington
>Seattle, WA 98195
>Phone: (206)543-4800; Fax(206)685-0668
>                      South Asia Center on the Web:
>      <http://jsis.artsci.washington.edu/programs/soasia/index.htm>

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