Faculty of Music, The University of Western Ontario
POSITION/RANK: Asst. Prof., Music Theory QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D., demonstrated effectiveness as a teacher, record of publication in music theory or evidence of strong potential to publish. JOB DESCRIPTION/RESPONSIBILITIES: All research specialties in music theory will be considered; however, we seek to expand the Department's range by attracting someone with a research interest that complements those of present faculty. Possibilities include interdisciplinary areas such as feminist studies, hermeneutics, narratology, perception and cognition, philosophy, post-modern literary-critical theory, semiotics, or a non-canonic repertoire. The successful candidate must be able to contribute to the Department's diverse instructional and advising needs at the undergraduate and graduate levels, which include musicianship skills, theory and analysis, graduate courses, and thesis advising, and to ongoing curriculum development. Depending on the abilities and interests of the successful candidate, duties might include supervision and development of the undergraduate musicianship skills program (possibly including instituting the use of CAI as an adjunct to classroom instruction), or forging ties with an interdisciplinary unit outside the Faculty of Music (such as Western's Centres for Theory and Criticism, Women's Studies and Feminist Research, or Western Literatures and Civilization). SALARY RANGE: the current floor is $45,000 ITEMS TO SEND: letter of application, curricula vitae, and three letters of reference (no off-prints at this time, please) DEADLINE: 31 May 1997 CONTACT: Professor Richard S. Parks Chair, Music Theory and Composition Faculty of Music The University of Western Ontario London, Ontario, Canada N6A 3K7 email@example.com
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POSITION/RANK: Asst. Prof., Music History QUALIFICATIONS: PhD required. JOB DESCRIPTION/RESPONSIBILITIES: The successful candidate will demonstrate a continuing commitment to excellence in musicological research in any area of specialization. This candidate will also possess a dynamic and engaging teaching style, particularly required for teaching classes with large enrolments, and will contribute to the design of courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels that will provide academic challenge for students within and beyond the Faculty of Music. The position will involve an active role in the graduate work of the department, including the supervision of PhD students. SALARY RANGE: the current floor is $45,000 ITEMS TO SEND: letter of application, curricula vitae, and three letters of reference (no off-prints at this time, please) DEADLINE: 31 May 1997 CONTACT: Professor Richard Semmens Chair, Appointments Committee, The Department of Music History The University of Western Ontario London, Ontario, Canada N6A 3K7 firstname.lastname@example.org
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MUSICOLOGY, MUSIC THEORY, ETHNOMUSICOLOGY BATES COLLEGE, Lewiston, Maine, MUSIC DEPARTMENT seeks a Visiting Assistant Professor for a two year appointment beginning September, 1997. Teach classes in music theory, feminist musicology, and topics in the history and literature of music. Doctorate required. Send CV and cover letter to William Matthews, Chair, Music Department, Bates College, Lewiston, ME 04240, by May 15, 1997. Bates College values a diverse college community and seeks to assure equal opportunity through a continuing and effective Affirmative Action program. Ann Scott email@example.com
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"The recently founded Arnold Schoenberg Center Foundation with seat in Vienna will as from summer 1997 engage the full-time position of an archivist. The following qualifications will be desired: --Completed studies of musicology or similar graduate background --Several years of professional experience in archives and with publishers --Scientific knowledge of the Zweite Wiener Schule and the music of the 19th and 20th centuries --Good command of German and English, EDP-experience --Place of employment is Vienna Please send your application with photo, curriculum vitae, publications, if any, as well as a brief conception on the archival functions and activities of the Schoenberg Center, not later than June 10, 1997 to the Arnold Schoenberg Center, Schwarzenbergplatz 6, A-1030 Vienna, Austria, Europe." I have been asked to post this announcement to the SMT list by Dr. Christian Meyer, Managing Director of the newly founded Arnold Schoenberg Center Foundation in Vienna. Marilyn McCoy Assistant Archivist Arnold Schoenberg Institute "Die neu errichtete Arnold Schenberg Center Privatstiftung mit Sitz in Wien besetzt ab Sommer 1997 die ganztaegige Stelle eines/r Archivars/in. Folgendes Anforderungsprofil wird gewuenscht: --Abgeschlossenes Studium der Musikwissenschaften oder vergleichbare Ausbildung --Mehrjaehrige Berufserfahrung im Archiv- und Verlagswesen --Wissenschaftliche Kenntnis der Zweiten Wiener Schule und der Musik des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts --Englisch- und Deutsch-Kenntnisse, EDV-Praxis --Dienstort Wien Ihre Bewerbung mit Photo, Curriculum Vitae, eventuell Publikationen, sowie einem kurzen Konzept zu den archivarischen Aufgaben und Aktivitaeten des Schoenberg Centers richten Sie bitte bis spaetestens 10. Juni 1997 an das Arnold Schoenberg Center, Schwarzenbergplatz 6, A-1030 Wien, Austria, Europe."
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