6.0477 Positions: Rabbinic Lit; CTISS (Oxford) (2/86)

Thu, 4 Feb 1993 12:26:32 EST

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 6, No. 0477. Thursday, 4 Feb 1993.

(1) Date: Wed, 03 Feb 93 20:14 EST (38 lines)
From: Susan_A_HANDELMAN@umail.umd.edu (sh12)
Subject: Job Announcement

(2) Date: Thu, 4 Feb 93 10:35 GMT (48 lines)
Subject: CTISS Vacancy (Oxford)

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Date: Wed, 03 Feb 93 20:14 EST
From: Susan_A_HANDELMAN@umail.umd.edu (sh12)
Subject: Job Announcement

Assistant Professorship in Rabbinic Literature and Thought

The University of Maryland at College Park (a suburb of Washington,
D.C.) is seeking an assistant professor in the general area of
Rabbinic Literature and Thought. Candidates' specialty should fall
chronologically either in the Second-Temple period of the Talmudic
period down to the gaonate. Candidates' research should include
strong emphasis on work with primary texts in Hebrew, Aramaic, and
preferably, Greek as well.

Duties will include teaching of undergraduate survey courses and
upper level text courses dealing with Judaism, rabbinic literature
and the history of the Second Temple and late antique period. The
candidate will also be expected to participate in the development
of our graduate program.

Candidates must have Ph.D. in hand before undertaking their duties.
Preference will be given to candidates with teaching experience.
This is a tenure-track position.

Interested candidates should submit a cv, samples of written work,
and recommendations by March 15 to:

Dr Bernard D. Cooperman
c/0 Department of History
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742-7315

The University of Maryland is an equal-opportunity employer and
encourages applications from women and minority candidates.

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Date: Thu, 4 Feb 93 10:35 GMT
Subject: CTISS Vacancy (Oxford)



Computers in Teaching Initiative Support Service


This new post will support the work of CTISS and the Association
For Learning Technology in promoting the use of computers in
teaching in higher education. The post will include managing
workshops, editing newsletters, promotion and fund raising, and
deputising on occasions for the Head of CTISS.

Applicants should be graduates with experience of teaching,
preferably in higher education. They must be self-motivated and be
able to express ideas clearly on paper and in public speaking
situations, and have a confident and communicative personality. A
thorough knowledge of microcomputer capabilities is essential.
Familiarity with teaching and learning applications of computers
would be an advantage.

This is a fixed-term post for one year in the first instance. The
salary will be on the Research Support 1A scale (12,638 - 20,140
pa) for academic-related staff, according to age and experience.

Further details and application forms may be obtained from Mrs
Judith Thompson, Oxford University Computing Services, 13 Banbury
Road, Oxford OX2 6NN, (tel: 0865-273230, e-mail:

Closing date for the submission of applications is 23 February 1993.

The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Computers in Teaching Initiative Support Service
13 Banbury Road Phone: +44 865 273273
Oxford OX2 6NN Fax: +44 865 273275
United Kingdom Email: ctiss@vax.ox.ac.uk