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POSITIONS OPEN

POSITION: Director, Cultural

Resource Management Program

LOCATION: Springfield, Illinois

The Illinois State Museum, through its

not-for-profit organization (Illinois State

Museum Society), seeks experienced

archaeologist to administer cultural

resource management program of Midwestern

archaeological investigations.

Responsibilities include preparing proposals

and reports and directing projects.

Should have Ph.D. in anthropology;

several years administrative and field

experience in archaeology; expertise in

midcontinental archaeology; working

knowledge of federal historic preservation

laws; record of publication and

grantmanship. Full-time, professional

position with full benefits (four weeks

paid vacation per year; sick leave; health,

dental and life insurance; retirement

plan). Attractive salary, commensurate

with experience. Position available now;

open until filled; for optimal consideration

applications should be received by

June 28, 2002. Submit cover letter, vita,

and names and contact information

(including email addresses) for three

references to Dr. Bonnie Styles, Associate

Museum Director, Illinois State

Museum, Research and Collections

Center, 1011 East Ash Street, Springfield

Illinois 62703-3535 or styles@museum.state.il.us.

AA/EEO Employer.

POSITION: Assistant Professor in

Nautical Archaeology

LOCATION: College Station, TX

The Nautical Archaeology Program of

the Department of Anthropology, Texas

A&M University, seeks an archaeologist

holding a Ph.D. for a tenure-track position

at the level of Assistant Professor to

begin September 1, 2003. The principal

area of specialization sought is in Classical-period

seafaring and nautical

archaeology, with a secondary expertise

in seafaring and nautical archaeology of

the Medieval period. Candidates should

be able to teach undergraduate lecture

courses and graduate seminars, supervise

graduate research projects, and conduct

fieldwork involving Texas A&M

University graduate students. Candidates

with developed research programs

are especially encouraged to apply.

Please send an introductory letter, curriculum

vita, and the names and

addresses of three to five references to:

Prof. Shelley Wachsmann, Chair, Faculty

Search Committee, Nautical Archaeology

Program, Anthropology Department.,

Rm. 107, Texas A&M University,

College Station, TX 77843-4352, USA;

fax: (979) 845-6399; tel: (979) 847-9257.

Applications, including all related materials,

must be received no later than

December 1, 2002. Texas A&M University

is an equal opportunity employer.

Women and minorities are encouraged

to apply.

APPLICATIONS INVITED FOR EDITOR, AMERICAN ANTIQUITY

The Society for American Archaeology invites applications or nominations for the editorship of American Antiquity. The editorship may be held by

a single individual or jointly.

American Antiquity is one means by which SAA carries out a central mission, scholarly journal publishing. Its subscription list is composed of those

SAA members who opt for the journal as a membership benefit, and of libraries and institutional subscribers. The SAA Board is strongly committed

to providing the means by which the society’s journals, American Antiquity and Latin American Antiquity, will flourish in changing conditions for

academic publishing.

The editor(s) has overall responsibility for journal’s functioning and final responsibility for all content within general policies established by the SAA

Board. The journal’s production is done from the SAA office in Washington.

Although editors of the SAA journals have often been senior scholars of long experience, individuals of less senior standing may be better placed

to devote the necessary time and attention to the journal. The central qualifications are a good knowledge of the field American Antiquity covers,

with a broad respect for the varied research attitudes and traditions within it; specific editing experience is helpful.

The editorship is unpaid. The editor(s) will be expected to provide some institutional support for their office, and to ensure they have sufficient

time to carry out their responsibilities; release time of at least 25 percent from university teaching commitments has been customary.

The term of the editor is for a period of three years; it may be renewed once thereafter.

The editor position falls vacant on April 30, 2004 when the present editor, Timothy A. Kohler, completes his term. The editorship is preceded by an

overlap period with him beginning January 1, 2004. SAA anticipates making the appointment late in 2002 or early in 2003.

Available to discuss the post informally are Kohler (Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman, WA 99164-4910; phone:

[509] 335-2770; e-mail: aaq@wsu.edu); and the chair of the SAA Publications Committee, Christopher Chippindale (contact information below),

who leads the search.

Applications outlining relevant qualifications and expected local institutional support arrangements, along with a current vita, should be directed

to Christopher Chippindale, Cambridge University Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology, Downing Street, Cambridge CB2 3DZ, England, phone:

(44) 1223-333512, FAX: (44) 1223-333503 e-mail cc43@cam.ac.uk by September 30, 2002.

42 The SAA Archaeological Record • May 2002

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