Full Time Faculty Position in Media, Film & Visual Studies
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Sabancı University invites applications from scholars holding a PhD in Media Studies, Visual Studies, Film Studies or a comparable field, with very strong grounding in social and cultural theory. An excellent publication record and potential is essential. Desired qualifications include teaching experience and a commitment to contribute to an interdisciplinary scholarly environment. Candidates will be expected to teach general introductory courses on media, film and visual culture as well as more specialized upper level courses. The position is open to all levels—Professor, Associate Professor or Assistant Professor.
Sabancı University is a private, department-free, innovative academic institution located in one of Europe’s largest and oldest cities, Istanbul. The university is strongly committed to interdisciplinary research and teaching both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. To meet this challenge, the faculty is organized around multi-disciplinary degree programs including Conflict Analysis and Resolution (MA), Cultural Studies (BA, MA), Economics (BA, MA, PhD), European Studies (MA), History (MA, PhD), International Studies (BA), Political Science (MA, PhD), Public Policy (MA), Social and Political Sciences (BA), Turkish Studies (MA), Visual Arts & Communication Design (BA, MA). The medium of instruction is English. Faculty members are provided with excellent support, including housing facilities on its modern campus if available or a housing stipend.
Applicants are asked to complete an online application form through the university website:
Additionally, a curriculum vitae, a clear statement of current and planned research and teaching activities, and at least three letters of reference should be sent via email to:
Mehmet Bac, Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, email@example.com
cc: Inci Ceydeli, Faculty Administrative Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Review of applications will begin on January 9, 2012 and will continue until the position is filled.