Canadian Classical Bulletin/Bulletin canadien des études anciennes
6.8 -- 2000 04 15 ISSN 1198-9149

Editors/Redacteurs: J. W. Geyssen & J. S. Murray
(University of New Brunswick)
<bulletin@unb.ca>

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Published by e-mail by the Classical Association of Canada/
Publié par courrier électronique par la société canadienne
des études classiques
President: J. I. McDougall (University of Winnipeg)
<iain.mcdougall@uwinnipeg.ca>
Secretary/Secretaire: I. M. Cohen (Mount Allison University) <icohen@mta.ca>
Treasurer/Tresorier: C. Cooper (University of Winnipeg) <craig.cooper@uwinnipeg.ca>


Contents of CCB/BCEA 6.8 (2000 04 15) CCB Archive
BCÉA Archives


[1] Association Announcements <Back>

A final reminder that the Annual Meeting will be held in Winnipeg, 25-27 May 2000. Note that registration fees and accomodation arrangements should be taken care of soon (registration fee will increase after 30 April). Program and registration forms can be found at http://www.unb.ca/arts/CLAS/index.html


[2] Positions Available <Back>

From: Daron Westman, Champlain Regional College <DWestman@lennox.champlaincollege.qc.ca >

Champlain Regional College (Lennoxville, Quebec) has a one-year full-time replacement position available as a cross appointment in Social Science and Languages. The successful applicant will teach (in each semester of the 2000-20001 academic year) 2 or 3 sections of introductory/ intermediate Greek and Latin, and 1 or 2 sections of introductory courses in archaeology and Greek civilization. Candidates should have completed their M.A., and remuneration will be according to academic qualifications and experience. The deadline for applications has not yet been set, but interviews will be conducted in early June; the position runs from August 2000 to May 2001. Inquiries should be addressed to Daron Westman <Dwestman@lennox.champlaincollege.qc.ca>


From: American Numismatic Society, New York <heath@amnumsoc.org>

Margaret Thompson Curator of Greek Coins
American Numismatic Society, New York

The American Numismatic Society seeks an energetic and creative curator to oversee its collections of Greek and Roman Provincial coins. The ANS, which will be relocating to new headquarters in 2001, wishes to expand its audience while continuing its traditional role as one of the leading academic institutions in numismatics. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to create a new exhibition and teaching program for Greek and ancient coins for the general public, collectors, students and academics.

The Curator should hold a Ph.D. or have equivalent qualifications in a related field, such as history, art history, or archaeology. The Curator is expected to be or to become a recognized expert in his/her field, through study, research, writing, and publication on coinage, including the accurate publication of objects in the Society's collection, and to provide instruction in Classical numismatics at the ANS Graduate Seminar and elsewhere. All ANS curators are expected to participate actively in the Society's development, outreach and public relations initiatives.

Candidates with a background in numismatics will be given preference. Competitive salary and excellent benefits. For more information about the ANS and a job description visit the website at http://www.amnumsoc.org.

Resume and cover letters by May 22 to The Search Committee, American Numismatic Society, Broadway at 155th Street, New York NY 10032.


From: Robert Fowler, University of Bristol <Robert.Fowler@bristol.ac.uk>

We are pleased to announce the establishment of the Bristol Institute of Hellenic and Roman Studies, opening in October of this year. Advertisements for junior research fellowships and a visiting professorship appear below. As you will see, the Institute takes into its remit both Classics and the Classical Tradition, in the belief that the influence and reception of antiquity down to the present day are vital parts of the subject. As there are students of the Classical Tradition in all of the humanities disciplines, we would be grateful if members of the list would forward this advertisement to other lists to which they may subscribe in modern languages and literatures, medieval or renaissance studies, philosophy, art history, etc.

Junior Research Fellows

The Bristol Institute of Hellenic and Roman Studies seeks to appoint up to three Junior Research Fellows with tenure for ten months starting 1 October 2000, including the A.G. Leventis Fellow in Hellenic Studies. You must have been awarded your PhD no more than five years before the start of tenure. You will undertake advanced research leading to publication, and will teach up to four hours per week in each Teaching Block. Research proposals on any aspect of Greco-Roman antiquity and/or its reception and influence are eligible for consideration. Salary range 16,286- 18,185 per annum.

Informal inquiries may be addressed to Robert L. Fowler, Department of Classics and Ancient History, University of Bristol, 11 Woodland Road, Bristol BS8 1TB, U.K. [Tel. +(0)117 928 8256 (direct line); 928 7764 (department office, with answerphone); Fax +(0)117 928 8678; <Robert.Fowler@bristol.ac.uk>]

For further details telephone (0117) 954 6947, minicom (0117) 928 8894 or Recruitment@bris.ac.uk> (stating postal address ONLY) quoting reference 6377. Your application should include a 500 word statement describing the research you wish to undertake, in addition to the usual CV and names of three referees. The closing date for applications is 15 May 2000. The University of Bristol is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

J.F. Costopoulos Visiting Professorship

The Bristol Institute of Hellenic and Roman Studies invites applications for the J.F. Costopoulos Visiting Professorship from scholars seeking a suitable environment in which to pursue their work while on research leave. Applicants should have a distinguished record of research and be willing to reside in Bristol for the greater part of the academic session 2000-2001. Research into any aspect of ancient Greek civilization, including its influence and reception in subsequent ages down to the present day, is eligible for consideration. Conditions of the professorship include giving at least one public lecture, and occasional contributions to research seminars and/or postgraduate instruction. An honorarium of 2,000 will be paid plus a contribution to travel expenses. Office space, computing equipment and access to university facilities will also be provided. We hope the junior research fellows will benefit greatly from the opportunity to discuss their work with the Visiting Professor (as will the members of the academic staff).

Applicants should send a CV, a 500-word research proposal, and the names of two referees to Robert L. Fowler, Department of Classics and Ancient History, University of Bristol, 11 Woodland Road, Bristol BS8 1TB, U.K. [Tel. +(0)117 928 8256 (direct line); 928 7764 (department office, with answerphone); Fax +(0)117 928 8678; Robert.Fowler@bristol.ac.uk> no later than 15 May 2000. Further particulars are available from the same person, to whom informal inquiries may also be directed.


For US and other jobs see the listings of the American Philological Association:

http://www.apaclassics.org/

and the Atrium:

http://web.idirect.com/~atrium/bibliotheca/bulletin/jobs.html


[3] Positions Filled <Back>

From: Shiela Ager, Waterloo University <sager@watarts.uwaterloo.ca>

The Department of Anthropology and Classical Studies at the University of Waterloo is delighted to announce the hiring of Dr. George Robertson to a tenure stream position in Classical Studies, beginning on September 1, 2000.


[4] Varia <Back>

An unexpected defense of Liberal Arts programs can be found in the April 13 edition of the Ottawa Citizen at
http://www.ottawacitizen.com/national/000408/3897121.html#top


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