Volume 9, Number 4, October 2003
Copyright © 2003 Society for Music Theory
POSITION/RANK: Assistant Professor; other ranks considered
INSTITUTION: Davidson College
Davidson College invites applications for a tenure-track position in music to begin August 1, 2004. Responsibilities will include teaching three courses a year and conducting the Davidson College Symphony Orchestra. Terminal degree preferred. Ability to program for non-major, liberal arts students is essential. Possible courses include offerings in European music history, appreciation, ethnomusicology, theory, U.S. popular music, or college-wide interdisciplinary humanities and writing courses.
Kaplan/Newsweek recently singled out the Music Department at Davidson College in their list of the U.S.'s 12 "hottest schools." Overall, Davidson College is consistently ranked among the top ten liberal arts colleges in the country. The new Sloan Music Center is equipped for high-level music making and classroom teaching. Recent music majors have enjoyed successes competing for fellowships and graduate school admissions. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.davidson.edu/academic/music/music.html
The College will have representatives at both the SMT and AMS fall meetings conducting preliminary interviews.
Davidson College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes the applications of women and minorities for this position.
ITEMS TO SEND:
Please mail a letter of application, curriculum vita, a writing sample, and three confidential letters of reference. Do not send recordings at this time.
DEADLINE: October 15, 2003
Raymond Sprague, Chair, Department of Music, Box 7131, Davidson College, Davidson, NC 28035-7131.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MUSIC THEORY (TENURE-TRACK)
Washington University is seeking to fill a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor of music theory. The successful candidate will be expected to combine an active research career with a dedication to teaching music in a liberal arts environment. We are looking for a scholar with broad interests and a primary focus in music theory. The appointee will be expected to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in tonal and 20th-century theory and analysis, as well as graduate seminars in areas of expertise; pursue research and publication; supervise independent projects, theses, and dissertations; and participate on departmental and university committees. Candidates must have completed a Ph.D. in music theory by the beginning of the appointment and have demonstrated excellence in teaching.
The Department of Music at Washington University is a constituent of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. The Department has 21 full-time and 16 part-time faculty and staff and numerous applied music teachers. Bachelor's and Master's degrees are offered with emphases in theory, history, composition, and performance. The Ph.D. is offered in theory and musicology. The department is characterized by a collegial atmosphere, imaginative and dedicated teaching, and close personal contact between students and faculty. The educational programs of the Department of Music are supported by the Gaylord Music Library, the Sachs Electronic Studio, and substantial endowed scholarship funds.
Washington University is a private institution enrolling approximately 5000 undergraduates and 4000 graduate and professional students on its hilltop and medical campuses. The Faculty of Arts and Sciences is the largest faculty on the hilltop campus.
St. Louis, a metropolitan area of over 2 million, has a thriving musical culture, centered around the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, the summer St. Louis Opera Theater, and the historic Sheldon Theater. Washington University is located in suburban St. Louis, bordering Forest Park, and is within easy access to the symphony, the opera, and all other major cultural, sporting, and civic institutions.
Consideration of applications will begin on November 15, 2003, and continue until the position is filled. Applications, including a cover letter, curriculum vitae and three letters of recommendation, should be sent to Professor Robert Snarrenberg, Chair, Theory Search Committee, Department of Music, Campus Box 1032, Washington University, One Brookings Drive, St. Louis, MO 63130-4899.
Washington University is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer which encourages applications by qualified women and minority candidates.
FACULTY POSITION IN MUSICOLOGY/THEORY (18th-19th CENTURY)
The Wesleyan University Music Department seeks a highly qualified scholar with a specialty in the music of 18th and 19th century Europe. Teaching includes courses in both music history and theory. Interests that cross disciplinary boundaries are welcome as are additional fields of expertise. This is a full-time, tenure track position beginning in the academic year 2004-05.
RANK: Assistant Professor.
SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. completed or very near completion by July 1, 2004, and experience teaching in a college or university environment.
DUTIES: Teaching introductory and advanced undergraduate music history and theory courses, special topics courses and graduate seminars. Advising undergraduate honors, M.A., and Ph.D. theses and undergraduate majors and non-majors. The teaching load is two courses per semester.
INSTITUTION: Courses given by the Music department range from introduction to music through graduate seminars, in a program that offers a strong undergraduate music major program, the M.A. in music, and the Ph.D. in ethnomusicology, all with a long-standing interest in performance and cultural studies. Particular areas of strength include: experimental and computer, American, African, East Asian, Southeast Asian, South Asian, and European musics.
DEADLINE: Applications received by October 31, 2003. Early applications are encouraged as we plan to interview at AMS in Houston. Please submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation to:
Eric Charry, Chair
Middletown, CT 06459 USA
Wesleyan University values diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.
The Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College (part of The City University of New York) announces an opening for an Assistant Professor of Music Theory, tenure-track, beginning in the Fall semester of 2004. The salary range is $35,031 - $61,111 per annum. Review of applications will begin October 17, 2003.
Duties of the position include teaching all levels of undergraduate tonal theory, analysis, and ear-training. Graduate courses in theory (or other area of specialization) and additional courses in the undergraduate program may be assigned according to the successful candidate's abilities and experience. Participation in normal administrative functions, including committee assignments, will be expected.
Qualifications required: Ph.D. in music theory completed by August 2004; promise or record of extraordinary accomplishment in theoretical scholarship; demonstrated ability teaching a variety of levels of undergraduate music theory. Preferred qualifications: a specialty in music of the 18th and/or 19th centuries; experience teaching ear training and keyboard skills; secondary musical, pedagogical, and/or research interests, perhaps involving performance; experience teaching music courses to non-majors.
Interested parties should send a letter, curriculum vitae, and names of references to the following address:
Edward Smaldone, Director
Aaron Copland School of Music
Queens College - CUNY
65-30 Kissena Blvd
Flushing, New York 11367
The Music Department of Queens College (now the Aaron Copland School of Music) has existed since the College's founding in 1937. A key early figure was the composer Karol Rathaus, a refugee from Nazi Germany. Many outstanding composers and theorists have taught at Queens College, including Hugo Weisgall, Felix Salzer, George Perle, Saul Novack, Henry Weinberg, Leo Kraft, Thea Musgrave, Carl Schachter, Charles Burkhart, and Joseph Straus. Current faculty members include Bruce Saylor, Hubert Howe, Jeffrey Nichols, and Edward Smaldone in composition; William Rothstein, David Gagne, and Drora Pershing in theory.
Queens College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action/IRCA/Americans with Disabilities Act employer.
University of Rochester
The UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER is conducting a search for a full-time faculty member in the Music Department of the College.
RANK: Open; commensurate with experience and scholarly profile. Tenure-track or tenured appointment in the College, normally also with secondary appointment at the Eastman School of Music.
Completed Ph.D. by 1 July 2004. Primary graduate training in music theory with evidence of achievement and/or promise of distinguished scholarship in the field.
Experience as or potential of becoming a dynamic undergraduate teacher in a liberal arts setting and an inspiring mentor in graduate seminars.
Commitment to excellence of undergraduate musical education in a Bachelor of Arts curriculum.
Collaborate in teaching and coordinating the music theory sequence of the Bachelor of Arts in Music curriculum.
Participate in a distinctive array of courses for both majors and non-majors, including opportunities in composition, popular musics, cultural studies, and interdisciplinary offerings.
Pursuant to secondary appointment, teach graduate courses at the Eastman School of Music on a regular basis and advise dissertations. Professional activity and scholarly achievement as a music theorist on a nationally recognized level.
SALARY: Negotiable, depending upon rank, qualifications, and experience.
BEGINNING DATE: 1 July 2004
Please send nominations and letters of application to:
Prof. Kim H.
College Music Department
University of Rochester
Rochester, New York 14627-0052
A curriculum vitae should accompany a letter of application. Candidates should arrange for dossiers or placement files to be sent directly to the College Music Department. All applicants= files must include at least three confidential letters of reference. Review of applications begins on 15 November 2003 and will continue until the position is filled.
The University of Rochester, founded in 1850, is a leading independent, non-sectarian coeducational institution of higher learning and research. Teaching and research programs are conducted by six schools and colleges situated primarily on three campuses. The College Music Department, which cooperates with the Eastman School, is located on the University=s River Campus. The Department Website is http://www.rochester.edu/College/MUR.
The University of Rochester is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications from women and minorities are particularly welcomed.
Tenure-track position in music theory. Principal teaching responsibilities will include a sequence of courses in theory and analysis. Secondary specializations in composition and/or jazz desirable, but all areas will be considered. Candidates should provide evidence of commitment to excellence in teaching and scholarly potential or achievement. Candidates should have completed the PhD by 7/1/04. Send letter of application with a statement of teaching and research interests, curriculum vitae, a sample of scholarly work, and three current letters of recommendation, at least two of which must speak to teaching ability to: Professor Greg Vitercik, Chair, Department of Music, CFA, Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT 05753. Deadline for applications is December 15, 2003. Middlebury College is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and it encourages applications from women and members of minority groups.
The RHODES COLLEGE Department of Music seeks applicants for a tenure-track position in music theory beginning in the 2004-2005 academic year. Applicants should have a Ph.D. or the equivalent in music theory and a record of or demonstrated potential for scholarly publication. Previous successful college-level teaching experience in theory and ear training is essential. Experience in administering a music technology laboratory is highly desirable. The ideal candidate will be able to articulate and implement an imaginative vision of the role of a comprehensive music theory curriculum in the context of a liberal arts college. Duties will include teaching undergraduate music theory, analysis, and ear training, as well as coordinating the theory curriculum. Other responsibilities may include conducting the Rhodes College Wind Ensemble and related duties appropriate to the candidate's experience and departmental needs. This tenure-track position will be at the rank of assistant or associate professor. Salary and professional support are competitive. There are six full-time members of the Department of Music who share the responsibility for a Bachelor of Arts program that offers a major and minor in music.
Rhodes College is a coeducational college of the liberal arts and sciences founded in 1848. Rhodes has been related to the Presbyterian Church USA since 1855. Information about the College is available at http://www.rhodes.edu.
Rhodes College is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, age, religion, disability, or national and ethnic origin.
A letter of application, curriculum vitae, transcripts, and three letters of recommendation should be sent to:
Dr. Timothy W. Sharp, Chair, Search Committee
Department of Music
2000 N. Parkway
Memphis, TN 38112
Review of completed applications will begin on November 1, 2003 and continue until the position is filled.
POSITION/RANK: Assistant Professor, Music Theory
INSTITUTION: American University, Washington, DC
Qualified candidates will have a Ph.D. or DMA, proven ability to effectively teach majors, minors, and non-majors in music, and success in research or creative work in the field of music theory and/or composition. Areas of research and/or creative work should be indicated in the applicant's materials. American University is seeking highly dedicated teachers and scholars who are deeply committed to interdisciplinary learning, the application of new technologies in teaching and scholarship, and to the preparation of students for life in a diverse and rapidly changing global society.
The Department of Performing Arts in the College of Arts and Sciences at American University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Performing Arts (Music), beginning Fall semester 2004. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate courses in music theory, general education courses in music, supervision of music technology lab, student advising including mentoring women and minority students, and service to the department and the university. American University is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of School of Music. American University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to a diverse faculty, staff, and student body. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
SALARY RANGE: competitive
ITEMS TO SEND:
The search committee will begin to review applications November 14, 2003. Please submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation that speak to teaching skills, and a minimum of two appropriate sample syllabi to: Music Theory Search, Department of Performing Arts, American University, 4400 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20016-8053. Web site: www.american.edu/hr/hr-fac.html.
DEADLINE: November 14, 2003
Music Theory Search
Department of Performing Arts, American University
4400 Massachusetts Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20016-8053
Eastman School of Music
The Theory Department of the Eastman School of Music seeks a music theorist for a position to begin fall, 2004. The successful candidate must have a completed Ph.D., be engaged in on-going research, and should have demonstrated success in teaching. Rank is negotiable: assistant or associate professor. If appointed as associate professor, the successful candidate would be granted a period of up to four years for achievement of tenure. A theorist appointed at this level would have experience in graduate-level teaching, advising dissertations and directing research. We also encourage applications from candidates at earlier stages of their careers for appointment as Assistant Professor. The ideal candidate will also have a strong background in practical musicianship--in either composition or performance, or both. The Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and strongly encourages applications from women and minorities. Send letter of application and curriculum vitae (no offprints, scores or tapes at this point) to: Professor Steven Laitz, Chair, Department of Music Theory, Eastman School of Music, 26 Gibbs St., Rochester, NY 14604. The Search Committee will begin its reading of applications on Dec. 1, 2003.
University of Victoria
Position in Composition/Theory
The School of Music at the University of Victoria invites applications for a tenure-track position in Composition and Theory at the rank of Assistant Professor. We are looking for an active composer who has achieved - or show s promise of achieving - a place in the forefront of the discipline, as demonstrated by performances and commissions. The successful candidate must show evidence of scholarship in music theory and be equipped to teach a variety of music theory courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. A completed doctorate or equivalent professional experience is required.
The School of Music has an international reputation in performance, and in composition and musicology in a context of active music making. Degrees offered include a B.Mus. with majors in performance, composition, music history, and music education, Master's degrees in performance, musicology, and composition, and a Ph.D. in musicology.
The University of Victoria is an equity employer and encourages application s from women, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, aboriginal peoples, people of all sexual orientations and genders, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of the University.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.
Applications must be received by January 9, 2004.
Candidates should send:
a letter of application
a curriculum vitae, including a detailed account of all scholarly, creative, and teaching experience
no more than TWO scores with accompanying recordings (CD or cassette)
samples of published or unpublished papers in the field of music theory
letters of recommendation or the names and email addresses of three referees to:
Composition and Theory Search Committee
School of Music
University of Victoria
PO Box 1700 STN CSC
Victoria BC V8W 2Y2
University of Tasmania
POSITION/RANK: Assoc. Lecturer, Music Theory, Music History & Music Technology
INSTITUTION: Univ. of Tasmania, Conservatorium of Music
Applications are invited for appointment to this position, which will be offered on a full-time fixed term basis for 1 year, with the successful appointee being required to take up duty on or around January 15, 2004.
DUTIES: Undergraduate and graduate courses in music theory and analysis as required.
Undergraduate and graduate courses in music history as required.
Music technology classes as required.
The appointment will be at Academic Level A and will have a total remuneration package of up to $61,758 per annum (comprising salary within the range of $39,511 - $52,785 plus 17% superannuation). The University offers excellent employment benefits and a pleasant working environment.
SALARY RANGE: Package of up to $61,758 per annum
ITEMS TO SEND: A Job Application Package for this position can be accessed and downloaded from our website at: http://www.admin.utas.edu.au/hr/pos_vacant/download.asp?Serial=1759
If you are unable to access this website and would like a Job Application Package mailed or faxed to you, please contact Tania Braslin on (+)613-6226-2013 or (+)613-6324-3587, fax (+)613-6226-2751 or email Tania.Braslin@utas.edu.au and quote the reference number HA205/03.
DEADLINE: 11/07/03 (received by)
CONTACT: Tania Braslin on (+)613-6226-2013 or (+)613-6324-3587, fax (+)613-6226-2751 or email Tania.Braslin@utas.edu.au
For further information about the position please contact the Head of School, Professor Douglas Knehans, on telephone (+)613-6226-7314, fax (+)613-6226-7333 or email: Douglas.Knehans@utas.edu.au
University of Texas at Arlington
MUSIC DEPARTMENT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (TENURE TRACK)
The Department of Music at The University of Texas at Arlington invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level for Music Theory, pending budgetary approval.
Candidates should hold an earned doctorate degree in music theory by the time of the appointment. Candidate must have demonstrated excellence in teaching written and aural theory at the undergraduate level and a record of publication or evidence of potential for substantial scholarly contributions.
The University of Texas at Arlington, the second largest component in the University of Texas system, is a full service research and teaching university with more than 24,000 students. The University is located in the city of Arlington in the center of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, one of the leading centers of aerospace, electronics, and telecommunications activity in the U.S. Excellent recreational, entertainment, and cultural facilities, modern shopping complexes, and professional sports organizations are located in Arlington and the surrounding area. The Department of Music offers the Master of Music degree in Music Education and an Artist's Certificate of Performance at the graduate level and, at the undergraduate level, the Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education, Performance, Theory/Composition, Jazz Studies, Music/Business, Music/Media, and Music/Theatre.
Review of applications will begin January 5, 2004 and will continue until position is filled. Successful applicant will assume duties in August 2004.. A cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a minimum of three current letters of recommendation should be sent to:
The University of Texas at Arlington
Dr. George B. Chave
Theory Search Committee Chair
Arlington TX 76019
The University of Texas is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.
University of Texas at Austin
NOTICE OF FACULTY VACANCY
Beginning September 1, 2004
POSITION: Music Theory
RANK: Assistant Professor (tenure-track)
SALARY: Salary dependent on qualifications
Ph.D. in music theory required by the time of appointment. Must demonstrate a strong record of scholarly achievement and excellence in teaching undergraduate and graduate music theory. Responsibilities include teaching graduate and undergraduate music theory courses, serving on graduate committees, advising graduate theses and dissertations, and performing departmental duties. Continuing scholarly productivity, excellence in teaching, and service will be expected in order to qualify for tenure and promotion. Review of applications will begin on October 15, 2003 and continue until a decision is made. We are particularly interested in candidates specializing in concert music after 1945 or in popular music.
Send detailed letter of application, curriculum vitae, and three current letters of recommendation to:
The University of Texas at Austin
B. Glenn Chandler, Director
School of Music
(Music Theory Position)
1 University Station, E3100
Austin, Texas 78712-0435
No articles or other supporting materials should be sent unless specifically requested by the Search Committee. The University of Texas at Austin ranks among the finest universities in the country. The School of Music, comprising some 80 music faculty and approximately 700 music students, has maintained an outstanding reputation for its performance and academic programs. Degree plans range from the Bachelor to the Doctoral level. The Austin area, known for its beauty and comfortable lifestyle, also offers many cultural advantages through its many arts organizations and is home to a very active live music scene.
Materials sent by applicants requiring its return must be accompanied by prepaid postage and packaging.
The University of Texas is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and actively seeks applications from ethnic minorities and women.
The Ithaca College School of Music announces a three-year, full-time, non-tenure-eligible position in music theory at the rank of assistant professor, beginning fall 2004. Appointment renewal may be possible beyond the third year. Teaching duties will include undergraduate theory and analysis, twentieth-century analysis, sightsinging and ear training courses, and possibly upper-level or graduate courses in analysis and counterpoint.
Qualifications: Completed doctorate in music theory, demonstrably excellent full-time college teaching experience (at least one year beyond graduate assistant level), and evidence of potential for scholarship preferred. Master's degree and a firm commitment to undergraduate teaching required.
Interested individuals should apply online at www.icjobs.org; search for and select this position and attach requested documents. Questions about the online application may be directed to the Office of Human Resources at (607) 274-1207. Screening will begin December 1, 2003, and will continue until the position is filled.
Ithaca College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Members of historically underrepresented groups (including people of color, persons with disabilities, Vietnam veterans and women) are encouraged to apply.
University of Virginia
The McIntire Department of Music invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in music theory as an Assistant Professor or Associate Professor without tenure, rank/title dependent on individual qualifications. Requirements for appointment include evidence of potential for significant contributions to music theory as a scholarly field, and PhD, completed or near completion, with a dissertation showing expertise in music theory. Preferably, candidates will have completed the PhD by the start date of the appointment, and will already have a record of publications and/or professional activity in music theory. We seek a colleague of broad scholarly and musical interests, capable of productive interaction with faculty in an intellectually diverse Department. We welcome candidates with professional activity beyond music theory (in other areas of music scholarship, composition, or performance) as well as interdisciplinary research interests.
Responsibilities include teaching of non-majors, majors, and PhD students, in theory/analysis along with other areas such as music history, ethnomusicology, composition, or performance, depending on the successful candidate's strengths. We strongly encourage applications from women and members of minorities. The appointment begins in August 2004. Send a letter of application, CV, and three letters of recommendation (no writing samples at this time). Address: Fred E. Maus, Chair, Music Theory Search Committee, McIntire Department of Music, P.O. Box 400176, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, 22904-4176. URL: www.virginia.edu/music. Applications received by November 3, 2003 will be guaranteed consideration; the position will remain open until filled. The University of Virginia is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Music Library Association
Music Library Association
Editor of NOTES
Oversees the publication of NOTES, the Music Library Association's quarterly journal
- Appoints assistant and contributing editors and coordinates contributions from them, including preparation of manuscript, proofreading, collation of proofs, etc.
- Solicits and edits articles for publication; coordinates peer review of submissions
- Prepares "Notes for NOTES" column and other editorial matter.
- Works with the printer and distributor to maintain publication schedule and production quality
- Reports to the MLA Board on the state of the journal
- Serves on the MLA Publications Committee
- With other MLA representatives, oversees contract agreements and content specifications for the electronic dissemination of NOTES
- Prepares an annual budget and monitors expenditures
- Administrative experience, including the successful planning and observance of long-term schedules
- Writing and editorial skills, including a thorough knowledge of English prose style and familiarity with the Chicago Manual of Style
- Broad knowledge of the literature of music and music librarianship
- Familiarity with the Music Library Association and its membership
- Understanding of MLA's goals and NOTES's role in realizing them
- Ability to provide attention to detail, to inspire contributors, and to work well under pressure and with a variety of people
- Familiarity with word-processing programs and electronic document transfer over the internet
- Budgeting experience also desirable
APPOINTMENT AND REMUNERATION
Appointment to be made in February 2004. Editorial work to commence in spring 2004 with the preparation of the manuscript for volume 61, number 2 (December 2004). The editor receives an honorarium ($3,300 for FY2004-5) plus reimbursement for expenses.
A letter of application, resume, and names of three references should be sent BY NOVEMBER 1 to
Notes Search Committee
2136 Music Building
1114 W. Nevada St.
Urbana IL 61801
Interviews will be held via conference calls or at the annual meeting in Washington, D.C., in February 2004. Other members of the search committee are Bonna Boettcher, David Hunter, Constance Mayer, and Eunice Schroeder.
Indiana University, Assistant Professor
SCHOOL OF MUSIC, INDIANA UNIVERSITY BLOOMINGTON
Notice of Anticipated Faculty Vacancy in MUSIC THEORY Appointment Effective Beginning August 2004
The Indiana University School of Music seeks candidates for an anticipated new tenure-track position in music theory. Appointment will be made at the assistant professor level. The music theory department is committed both to excellence in undergraduate and graduate teaching and to promoting scholarship in new and existing areas in the discipline. Candidates with active research involvement in any specialty within music theory are therefore invited to apply.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsibilities will include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in music theory, including responsibility for large lectures of an undergraduate music theory course, with supervision of several graduate assistants; supervising research in area(s) of expertise; maintaining an active program of research and scholarly publication; and participating on departmental committees, doctoral advisory committees, and in other departmental activities, as well as service on School of Music committees.
QUALIFICATIONS: A completed Ph.D. degree in music theory or its equivalent is required. Other qualifications include evidence of scholarly accomplishment and promise as represented by an active program of research, experience in undergraduate teaching and potential for graduate teaching in music theory, and the ability to teach large lecture courses.
SALARY AND RANK: Assistant professor; salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
APPLICATION: Send letter of application, three letters of recommendation, and curriculum vitae to:
Music Theory Search Committee
c/o Eugene O’Brien, Executive Associate Dean
School of Music
1201 E. Third Street
Bloomington, IN 47405
The search will remain open until a suitable candidate is identified; review of applications will begin on December 1, 2003. Indiana University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
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