Fwd: Indian Philosophy position at Seoul NationalUniversity

mkapstei at UCHICAGO.EDU mkapstei at UCHICAGO.EDU
Thu Jun 5 05:09:06 UTC 2008

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>Date: Wed, 4 Jun 2008 21:20:28 -0700
>From: "Jose Cabezon" <jcabezon at religion.ucsb.edu>  
>Subject: Indian Philosophy position at Seoul NationalUniversity  
>To: "Jose Cabezon" <jcabezon at religion.ucsb.edu>
>Dear All,
>Subject: Indian Philosophy position at Seoul National University
>Dear colleagues and friends,
>I am writing to ask for your help in getting the word out about a
>position that was recently created in my department. The job is a
>position on Indian Philosophy at Seoul National University in
>and the deadline for accepting applications is June 20.
>This is the first time ever that our philosophy department
has opened
>itself up to foreign scholars (we have two other position
openings in
>Applied Ethics and Comparative Philosophy), and we anticipate
>attracting a serious scholar and enthusiastic teacher to
build up the
>Indian Philosophy program in the department.
>I am attaching the advertisement below. If you know any one
who you'd
>think might be interested and/or you would recommend me to
>please let me know. If you could circulate this advertisement
to your
>friends and colleagues specializing in Indian Philosophy that
>also be greatly appreciated as well.
>Many thanks in advance.
>Eun-su Cho
>SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, Seoul, Korea. The Department of
>at Seoul National University invites applications for a full-time
>tenured or tenure-track position beginning in September 2008.
>Open. AOS: Indian Philosophy. AOC: Open. Someone who
specializes in
>Indian orthodox philosophical systems and who can teach general
>undergraduate courses on Asian Philosophy will be given
priority. 4
>courses a year (2 per semester), three undergraduate and one
>to be taught in English. Some thesis supervision. Usual
>duties. Ph.D required prior to appointment. Salary is
12-month based
>and commensurate with qualifications and experience. A
>medical insurance program is provided. On-campus Faculty
Housing is
>available at below market price. Candidates for Assistant
>should send a CV, three letters of reference, one writing
sample, and
>a statement of teaching. Candidates for Associate Professor or
>Professor should send a CV and a list of references.
Applications must
>be received by June 20, 2008. Send application (or any
inquiries) by
>regular mail or by e-mail with attached files to: Prof. Chan-Kook
>Park, Search Committee Chair, Department of Philosophy, Seoul
>University, Bldg. 6-408, Gwanak 599, Gwanak-ro, Gwanak-gu, Seoul,
>Korea 151-745. E-mail: ckpark at snu.ac.kr. Phone:
+82-11-234-0473. Seoul
>National University is the top-ranked research university, with
>approximately 28,000 students and 2,000 full-time faculty
>Information about the department and the university can be
found at
>Eun-su Cho
>Visiting Professor
>Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
>On-leave in 2008
>Associate Professor
>Department of Philosophy
>Seoul National University
>escho at snu.ac.kr
Matthew T. Kapstein
Numata Visiting Professor of Buddhist Studies
The University of Chicago Divinity School

Directeur d'études
Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris

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