Friday Bulletin April 20, 2018

Published: April 26th, 2018

Category: Department Updates, Friday Bulletin, News

Upcoming Events

ANG 6930 THINGS PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Wednesday April 25, 2018 – 10:00 am -noon
Room 1350A Turlington (Diaspora Room)

the public is welcome to attend any one or all presentations

10-10:20      Trevor Duke, “Mounds as Matter: Earthly Itineraries in the Southeastern US”
10:20-10:40    Anthony Boucher, “A Woodland Disposition for Deposition on Florida’s Northern Gulf Coast”
10:40-11    Nicolas Delsol, “Disassembling Cattle and Growing Subjectivities: Butchering Skills and the Emergence of New Subject Positions in Early Colonial Guatemala”
11-11:20    Sean King, “Dynamic Documents: Assembling A Catechism in 17th Century Spanish Florida”
11:20-11:40    Matthew Rooney, “Chickasaws and the Matter of Mission Structures in the Early 19th Century”
11:40-noon    Discussion

 

Additional Items of Interest

UF Stat Courses

Info on statistical courses that will be offered at UF during the 2018-2019 academic year. The list is not complete, given that much of the program for Spring 2019 is not yet finalized; however it will update as the year progresses. I think this should be a valuable resource to anyone in our department looking for a course covering particular statistical methods or software

https://ufstatscourses.shinyapps.io/shiny_tutorial/

Incidentally, the website itself was written in the statistical language R.

 

IU Northwest Seeks an Assistant Professor of Anthropology

The Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Indiana University Northwest seeks to fill a tenure track position at the assistant professor level beginning August 1, 2018. We would be most appreciative if you or a colleague would bring this position to the attention of qualified candidates.

Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Indiana University Northwest

The Department of Sociology and Anthropology seeks to fill a tenure track position beginning August 1, 2018. Successful candidates must be able to teach introductory courses in all four fields of anthropology and develop upper level courses in their area of expertise. Candidates must pursue an active research program. Area of research specialization is open. Inclusion of students into research is desirable. Applicants must provide evidence of skill in and commitment to both teaching and research and have been awarded the PhD by August 1, 2018.

Indiana University Northwest, one of eight campuses of Indiana University, is located in metropolitan Northwest Indiana, approximately 30 miles southeast of Chicago and 10 miles from the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. The campus, with a diverse student population of over 4,000 students, offers primarily Baccalaureate and Master’s degrees in a variety of programs in arts and sciences, business and economics, education, nursing and health professions, public and environmental affairs, and social work. The comprehensive university campus is also home to the Indiana University School of Medicine Northwest. IU Northwest emphasizes quality teaching, research and service. IU Northwest is an EEO/AA employer and provider of ADA services. For additional information, please contact the Search Committee Chair, David Parnell, at parnelld@iun.edu or (219) 981-5611.

Interested applicants should apply online at http://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/5216 with a cover letter, a CV, three letters of reference, and statements of teaching and research. For best consideration, applications should be received by May 6, 2018.

 

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