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We seek a specialist in contemporary art history for a one year Visiting Assistant Professor position at Indiana University-Bloomington. Applicants should have a PhD and be prepared to teach two courses in the Fall Term (Contemporary Art: 1960 to the Present, and Installation Art), and two courses in the Spring Term (Art in America: 1945 to the Present, and one further upper level course).
Additional responsibilities will include active involvement with a vibrant studio art program. Compensation is fixed at $40,000, and the successful candidate will be eligible to participate in IU’s Health Care programs.
Application deadline is July 1.
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