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Faculty Position / Department of Archaeology / Boston University

Maria H. Sousa <mhsousa@...>
 

Faculty Position

The Department of Archaeology at Boston University announces it is
reopening the search for a faculty post at the Assistant or Associate
Professor level in remote sensing and archaeology, effective September 1,
2000. The ideal candidate will hold a Ph.D. in archaeology and have both
research and instructional background in remote sensing (geophysical
prospecting and satellite imagery) and familiarity with Geographic
Information Systems. The geographic area of interest is open. The
successful candidate will have an active research program, a strong
commitment to teaching, and be capable of teaching both at the
undergraduate and graduate level. Courses for which the candidate will be
responsible include Remote Sensing and Archaeology, Regional Archaeology
and GIS, Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, Introduction to Archaeology,
Great Discoveries in Archaeology, as well as courses in the geographic area
of interest. Send nominations or applications, including a vita and the
names and addresses of three referees, by November 15, 1999 to the
following address.

Professor Julie Hansen, Chair
Faculty Search Committee
Boston University
Department of Archaeology
675 Commonwealth Ave.
Boston, MA 02215

Boston University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.



Maria H. Sousa (mhsousa@...)
Program Coordinator
Boston University
Department of Archaeology
675 Commonwealth Avenue, Suite 347
Phone: (617)353-3415
Fax: (617)353-6800