Note: Fortnightly will generally list each search once, when it is first announced. Space prohibits us from listing all ongoing searches in every issue. All searches may be found at http://www.kenyon.edu/humanresources.xml.
Kenyon is conducting a search for qualified candidates for the following positions:
There are no new faculty searches at this time.
Faculty positions filled (Effective July 1)
Art and art history: Denise E. Hinnant to visiting instructor of art history (replacing Melissa Dabakis, on sabbatical). Hinnant earned her B.A. and M.A. from, and is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Louisville. Also: John Tain to visiting instructor of art history and dissertation fellow. Tain earned his B.A. at Harvard and is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of California, Berkeley.
Classics: Yasuko Taoka to visiting instructor (replacing Paolo Asso, part-time, for his junior leave). She earned her B.A. at Grinnell College and her M.A. at Ohio State University, and is a Ph.D. candidate at Ohio State.
English: Erika Boeckeler to instructor (tenure-track). Boeckeler replaces Bianca Calabresi/Joe Campana; she will be teaching only during the spring 2007 semester. She earned her B.A. from the University of Wisconsin and is a Ph.D. candidate at Harvard.
Sociology: Anna Xiao Dong Sun to instructor of sociology and Asian studies. (This is a new tenure-track position; Sun is currently a visitor and dissertation fellow.) She earned her B.A. at the University of California, Berkeley, and her Ph.D. at Princeton.
Director of corporate and foundation relations. Contact the Office of Human Resources.
There are no new staff searches at this time.
Kenyon College, an equal-opportunity employer, encourages applications from minority and women candidates. Complete job descriptions may be found at http://www.kenyon.edu/humanresources.xml.