Friday, October 14, 2016

Position Announcement: Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Archaeology of North America, North Carolina State University

The Department of Sociology and Anthropology is accepting applications for an assistant professor (tenure-track) appointment to begin fall 2017. The successful candidate will have a primary research focus in the archaeology of prehistoric or historic North America and a strong theoretical foundation. We seek candidates with topical interests that may include, but are not limited to, the curation of material or digital data, collections management, and visualization techniques. Candidates will be expected to teach combined graduate/undergraduate courses in their specialty area, undergraduate courses in archaeology, and to mentor graduate students.

All applicants must apply online by going to You can search for the opening by entering 00105903 in the search field. As part of the online application process, applicants should be prepared to upload a vita and a cover letter describing research interests, research plans, and teaching interests and philosophy. Please include a list of three referees with email addresses on your CV.

Candidate qualifications include: (1) a PhD in anthropology or a related field by August 16, 2017; (2) a strong record of research and publication with a demonstrated record of extramural research funding or promise of such funding; and (3) a strong teaching record.

Formal screening of applications will begin November 15, 2016 and will continue until the position is filled.

North Carolina State University is the largest public university in North Carolina. Located in Raleigh at the heart of the Research Triangle, it offers excellent area amenities. Please visit our website at: NCSU is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer welcoming applications from members of under-represented groups and all persons without regard to sexual orientation. Inclusiveness and diversity are integral to NC State’s commitment to excellence in research, engagement, and education.

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