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Campus Visit Request: 02.4.10 campus interviews scheduled (x4) Offer made and accepted by: Pier Liugi Tucci '''Rhodes College''' Ancient Greek, Roman and/or Near East Deadline: October 30, 2009 Interview scheduled: Telephone interview request (em) 11.20.09 (x2) Campus interview scheduled: 12.16.09 (ph, x2) I am told that an offer has been made and accepted. (02.16.2010): Francesca Tronchin has accepted the position. '''The College of Wooster''' Ancient and Medieval Art History Deadline: November 16, 2009 Interview Scheduled: *1/16: I think interviews were carried out at AIA in Anaheim. Can anyone confirm? 1/20: I have not heard anything about this position. I would love to know the status. Telephone interview request (em) 1.28.10 (x2) Campus visit scheduled (em) 2.12.10 Rejection Letter (mail) 4.17.10 (names volume of candidates and strength of fields) '''University of Minnesota (Minneapolis)''' Pre-Modern Mediterranean Deadline: December 1 (begin evaluating October 15) Interview scheduled: Video interview scheduled (by phone) with committee in late January (12/17, x 3) Am not among those contacted for a video interview, but did get a letter dated 12/21 stating my candidacy is still under consideration. (1/7 - just back from holiday travels) Rejection letter: snail mail, dated 12/21(x2) What field(s), may I ask, are being considered for interviews? The search was pretty wide and I'm curious to have a sense of what they are looking at. (I'm a (rejected) medieval Mediterranean person.) Thanks! *I'm a rejected classical art historian/archaeologist. Also a bit curious about what fields were prioritized. (1/16/10) *I'm being interviewed next week (ancient)- from what others have offered in the other entry below, it looks like the candidate pool they've picked is still wide, ranging from Classical to Byzantine (1/24) Offer: (3/23) Offer Made anyone else get the automated message saying the position has been filled? Yup. (3/26) Offer Accepted by Matthew Canepa [and candidacy withdrawn from Hopkins' search in order to take the UMN offer; good luck to the other finalists there] Could we possibly *hope* for a VAP to open at the College of Charleston in your wake? Pretty please? *The budget has been cut so much and so quickly by the state they didn't replace my position when I went on research leave this year, but I really hope so: Charleston is an incredible city and CofC has excellent undergraduate-focused archaeology, art history and preservation programs (my own move was motivated primarily by a strong desire to contribute to a doctoral program). I'll post it if I hear anything and it doesn't show up here on its own; definitely keep it in mind for next year- it's a great place to live and work and you'll find great friends and colleagues here. *(04/12) Good news, from asking my friends who were at the last dept. meeting, it looks like there will be funding for a VAP (and, thank goodness, it sounds like there will be TT search the year after!) job posting below (btw- I think they really want the candidate to cover one of the department's critical theory/historiography courses (ARTH 299) as well offer surveys/special topics in your specialty, you might include something to that effect in your application. I'm happy to answer any 'unofficial' questions best I can, though I'm obviously not on the committee or anything (canepam [at] cofc.edu); be sure to direct all official inquiries to the chair] '''University of Michigan-Dearborn''' Greek/Roman Art Deadline: December 4, 2009 Interview Scheduled: CAA interview notification (em x7) - 01.14.10 Campus Visit Request: email, 02.15.10 Only one? Anyone else heard anything? Posting on Classics Wiki that someone (else?) had a campus interview. Perhaps same person that posted here? (2/14) Rejection letter (mail, dated 4/6) Offer made and accepted (4/2) by: Diana Ng '''Rollins College''' Greek/Roman Art, Classical civilization, Latin Deadline: Review of applications begins immediately Interview scheduled: *1/16: Interviews were carried out at AIA in Anaheim. (I wasn't among the interviewees, but still haven't gotten a rejection either. Hopeful! :) *phone interview early March, rejection email mid March '''Wellesley College''' Art and Architecture of the Ancient World<br />For further information go to https://career.wellesley.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/PrinterFriendlyJobDetails.jsp?time=1260046711589<br />Deadline: December 15<br />Interviews at CAA: Conference interview request (em) 12.16.09 Campus Visit Request: email, 02.17.10 Offer made, as per rejection sent on 3/21 (see Classics Wiki): Kimberly Cassibry '''Manhattan College''' Ancient/Medieval/Renaissance Deadline: January 15 Interview scheduled:<br /> Anyone heard from these guys? See medieval Rejection letter 3/22, stating search is closed. '''St. Bonaventure University''' Greek & Roman Art Deadline: until position filled Interview scheduled: Request for phone interview (em) 1.28.10 x2 Campus Interview: Position filled (see classics site) '''University of Missouri''' VAP Roman Art and Archaeology Deadline: March 31 Interview Scheduled: Offer: accepted (4/21) '''University of California -- Irvine''' VAP Greek and Roman Art and Archaeology Deadline: April 15 Interview Scheduled: Offer: Made and Accepted (as per rejection email), 5/12 '''College of Charleston (VAP in Art History: Ancient art, specialty open (Ancient Near East to Late Antiquity)''' Deadline: May 1, 2010 Interviews (to be conducted by Skype/phone): Offer: Made and Accepted, 5/24 Job Description: *The art history department at the College of Charleston seeks a one-year visiting assistant professor in Ancient/Classical art, to begin August 2010. The person hired will be eligible to apply for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position that will be available the following year. Teaching responsibilities include historiography/methods in art history, the introductory art history course, greek/roman art, and/or upper-level courses in the candidate’s specialty. Ph.D. required. *Please submit a letter of application, CV, sample syllabi, and three letters of reference to Dr. Marian Mazzone, Chair, Art History Department, College of Charleston, 66 George Street, Charleston, SC 29424. Application deadline is May 1, 2010. NOTES: US Residents Only. 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