Submitted: 3 November 2021
Department: Sociology and Anthropology
Institution: University of Mississippi
Job type: Tenure-track
Apply by: 1 December 2021
Application URL: https://careers.olemiss.edu/job/University-Assistant-Professor-of-Anthropology-MS-38677/808650300/

Assistant Professor of Anthropology Location: University, MS, US, 38677 Department: Sociology & Anthropology (10000890) Employee Designation: Regular Full-time (Benefits Eligible) Condition of Employment As required by Executive Order 14042, if selected, you will be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and submit documentation of proof of vaccination or apply for and receive a University-approved accommodation before beginning employment with the University.

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Position Description The Department of Sociology and Anthropology (http://socanth.olemiss.edu) at the University of Mississippi invites applications for an Assistant Professor of Anthropology in biological anthropology beginning August of 2022. The geographic area of research is open, but a specialization in bioarchaeology and health-related research or a similar interest is preferred. We are a four-field anthropology program seeking a candidate whose research complements and expands current strengths both within the department and on campus. The appointment includes a 3/2 teaching schedule in undergraduate and graduate classes and thesis supervision for BA and MA degrees in anthropology. The University of Mississippi is an R1 institution, and successful candidates will develop externally funded research with international impact that engages diverse communities. A Ph.D. in anthropology is required by the start of the appointment.

Interested candidates can apply online at https://careers.olemiss.edu by submitting a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three references. For additional information, contact Dr. Carolyn Freiwald at [email protected] or the department at (662) 915-7421. Review of applications will begin 12/1/21 and continue until the position is filled. The University of Mississippi is committed to equity in higher education and seeks to incorporate diversity, equity, and inclusion into research, teaching, and service missions. Applicants from underrepresented communities are encouraged to apply.

The University of Mississippi (UM) is located in Oxford, MS https://visitoxfordms.com, home to more than 21,000 students and faculty, including regional campuses and the UM Medical Center in Jackson, MS. UM is the flagship university in the state but offers a 16:1 faculty to student ratio. The department of sociology and anthropology is home to twenty-three anthropology https://socanth.olemiss.edu/anthropology-faculty/ and sociology faculty and additional research staff affiliated with the Center for Archaeological Research, McClean Institute for Public Service and Community Engagement, and the Center for Population Studies.

Position Details Appointment: 9 Month

Assignment Type: Tenure Track

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