Rachel Jackson
Women's Studies

Jean Fox O'Barr Professorship in Interdisciplinary Feminist Studies

The Program in Women's Studies continues to invite applications and nominations for the Jean Fox O'Barr Professorship in Women's Studies to begin September 1, 2004. We seek a distinguished senior scholar at the rank of Full Professor with Tenure who possesses the following:

  1. An established research record in feminist studies (field open);
  2. Demonstrable commitment to Women's Studies as an interdisciplinary field;
  3. A strong understanding of gender's relation to race, class, and sexuality;
  4. Expertise in a variety of methodologies (broadly conceived); and
  5. Experience in teaching interdisciplinary courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

This is the second year of a two year search. The position is open until filled. Send applications, C.V., and names of three recommenders to Robyn Wiegman, Director, Women's Studies, Box 90760, 210 East Duke Building, Durham, NC 27708. Applications and nominations received by November 1, 2003 will be guaranteed full consideration. Duke University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

Susan Yarnell


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