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Sun, 30 Aug 1998 12:11:24 -0400

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    Vacancy Announcement
    Indiana University is inviting applications for the position of Director of
    the Black Film Center/Archive at the tenured associate or full professor
    rank. The faculty member will hold an appointment in the Department of
    Afro-American Studies. Strong interest can also be given to joint
    appointment in Communication and Culture, or another department consistent
    with teaching and research interests. The faculty member would teach two
    courses a year; under the latter arrangement, the faculty would teach one
    course in each department per year. The BFC/A director (50% FTE) exercises
    general supervision over all BFC/A activities, budget, and staff; undertakes
    and encourages scholarly research in African American film; supervises the
    publication activity of the Center; expands present holdings and supervises
    their preservation; develops grant proposals for major projects; sets policy
    and establishes operational goals for the BFC/A, in consultation with the
    Center's Advisory Council and the appropriate chair(s).
    The Black Film Center/Archive is internationally recognized as one of the
    most prominent centers for the study of black film. Founded in 1981, the
    Center is looking for a dynamic administrator who can organize and develop
    new programs for the 21st century.
    Deadline: November 1, 1998 or until position is filled.
    Appointment begins: Academic year 1999-2000
    Salary: Commensurate with experience and rank
    Please send cv and references to:
    Professor John McCluskey, Jr., Chair
    Afro-American Studies
    Memorial Hall East M39
    Indiana University
    Bloomington, IN 47405

    E-mail queries to or Robert Ivie, Chairman,
    Department of Communication and Culture:
    Indiana University is an Equal Opportunity Employer


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