Roman Material Culture The Department of Classics at the University of California, Los Angeles, has been authorized to make an appointment to a full-time position in Roman material culture at the rank of Assistant Professor (tenure-track) or Associate Professor (with tenure), effective July 1, 2018. We invite applicants with interests from across the range of disciplines dealing with material culture, including Art History and Visual Culture, Archaeology, and Digital Humanities, who would expand the department’s and UCLA’s current strengths. The successful candidate will demonstrate evidence of scholarship and a commitment to produce research of high quality and originality. She or he will also demonstrate a commitment to teach a wide variety of courses at all levels of our active undergraduate and graduate programs; the ability to teach courses with readings in Latin would be welcome. We also welcome candidates whose experience in teaching, research, or community service has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. Preliminary interviews for this position will be conducted at the AIA/SCS Annual Meeting in January 2018.
Applicants should submit the following by November 6th, after which date the search committee will begin to review applications:
• Letter of application • Current curriculum vitae • Evidence of teaching effectiveness • Sample syllabi • Sample of scholarly work (no more than 25 pages) • At least three letters of recommendation
These materials must be submitted online at: https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/apply/JPF03300.
Informal inquiries may be directed to Professor David Blank, Chair of the Search Committee: email@example.com . Please cite the reference number for this search in all correspondence: JPF03300.
Additional Salary Information: Salary will be appropriate to experience and level of appointment.
The Department of Classics at UCLA has active programs in Classical Civilization at the B.A. level and in Classics for Post-baccalaureate and Ph.D. students. We have a strong research profile in Greco-Roman antiquity, especially literature, philosophy, linguistics, classical archaeology and material culture, and those fields are strengthened further by close ties to other UCLA programs, such as Archaeology and Indo-European Studies.