The Art History Department of Emory University seeks a dynamic and innovative scholar/teacher with wide-ranging interests in Ancient Egyptian Art and Archaeology.  Responsibilities include undergraduate and graduate teaching and supervision of B.A. and Ph.D. theses. Ph.D. required;  teaching experience preferred. The individual we hire will be a scholar of vision, with a strong research trajectory.

Beyond the primary field of expertise, the department also seeks a scholar who can form strong relationships with the ancient cohort of the Art History department and who is capable of reaching into the Near Eastern world, on the one hand, and the Aegean and Classical on the other. The scholar will be a central contributor to the Ancient Mediterranean Studies Program, which draws from across departments and fields to build a rich undergraduate program. On the University level the scholar will have close interactions and alignments with colleagues in Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies,  Classics, History, Anthropology, and the Graduate Division of Religion.  The scholar will also have important interconnections with the Michael C. Carlos Museum as a result of its extensive holdings in the art of ancient Egypt and its dedicated curator in the field, as well as be able to contribute meaningfully to the educational programming at the Carlos.

Application deadline 15 December 2017.

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