Do. Feb 25th, 2021

Stellenausschreibung: Assistant Professor (Dept. of Anthropology, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA)

Department: Department Of Anthropology

Position: Assistant Professor

Rank Code: FT3

Description: The College of Arts and Sciences at Indiana University, Bloomington, seeks to fill a tenure-track assistant professor position in the study of the evolution of human behavior to begin in fall 2011. Areas of special interest include the archaeology of human origins, Old World zooarchaeology, human palaeontology, geoarchaeology and raw material studies, evolutionary psychology, and brain imaging studies pertaining to human evolution. Applicants must demonstrate a strong research history and publication record focusing on the evolution of human behavior. Applicants should indicate whether their tenure home preference would be in the Department of Anthropology, Department of Geological Sciences, or Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. The successful candidate is expected to maintain a close research relationship with the Center for Research into the Anthropological Foundations of Technology (CRAFT) at Indiana University. Ph.D. must be in hand before the beginning of the fall semester of 2011. Interested candidates should submit an electronic application or send a complete package by mail. A complete application should include: a statement of research and teaching interests, curriculum vita, and a list of at least three referees, with the referees‘ full contact information including email addresses. Email complete applications to or mail to Dr. Kathy Schick, Stone Age Institute, 1392 W. Dittemore Road, Gosport, IN 47433, USA. Please specify „assistant professor position“ in the subject line or on the envelope. Formal review of applications will begin on April 1, 2011 and continue until the position is filled. Indiana University is an equal opportunity / affirmative action employer. Applications from women and minority candidates and international scholars are especially welcome.


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