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1 POSITION ANNOUNCEMENTS OF INTEREST TO MUSEUM ANTHROPOLOGISTS--AT THE SMITHSONIAN & STANFORD CANTOR ART CENTER (SEE BOTTOM OF PAGE FOR LATTER) SMITHSONIAN Research Curator Positions Open--FEB 1 DEADLINE! The Smithsonian is pleased to announce openings for four curatorial positions with a range of specialties. We are recruiting widely and hope that you will share news of these openings with colleagues who may not have seen them. The positions opened on December 12 and will close on February 1. Following is a "plain language" document describing each position, as well as links to the official announcement. Please note that these are federal positions, open only to U.S. citizens, and careful adherence to formal application procedures is necessary, including submission of academic transcripts. The and the Department of Anthropology are committed to providing an environment that promotes research productivity, intellectual exploration, and academic freedom. CURATOR, ANTHROPOLOGY (GLOBALIZATION)?DRAFT DESCRIPTION The at the Smithsonian?s National Museum of Natural History is seeking a curator of ethnology specializing in globalization. The twentieth and twenty-first centuries have given rise to increasingly complex articulations between culture and place. We are seeking an anthropologist whose areas of research will include the impact of global processes on the creation and maintenance of community and identity under circumstances of migration, dislocation, and diaspora. This research focus can be on a multi-sited, regional or global basis; the geographic area of study is open. The successful candidate for the position will need to combine skills in field- and experience securing external funding. The globalization curator will join a large and diverse department,

2 currently with 72 full-time staff members, including 17 curators. The Department is organized into three research divisions: archaeology, physical anthropology and ethnology, along with Collections Management, the National Anthropological Archives, the Human Studies Film Archives, and the Repatriation Office. There are a number of programs within the three research divisions, including the PaleoIndian Program, the Asian Cultural Heritage Program, the Archaeobiology Program and the Arctic Studies Center. Some of the current research in the Department centers on humankind?s earliest beginnings, the domestication of plants and animals, the rise of state-level societies, expressive culture in Africa and Polynesia, North American ethnohistory, circumpolar ethnology and the human dimensions of global climate change. Several staff hold teaching appointments as adjunct faculty with area universities. The Anthropology collections hold over 2.3 million archaeological objects and over 200,000 ethnology objects, over 9,000 linear feet of archival documents (which translates into 15 million pages), and 8 million running feet of film and video. The Department?s webpage can be viewed at The four-year term position is comparable to tenure-track and will be listed on USAJOBS.gov or at CURATOR, ANTHROPOLOGY (NORTH AMERICAN ETHNOLOGIST)?DRAFT DESCRIPTION The at the Smithsonian s National Museum of Natural History is seeking a curator of Native North American ethnology.

3 We are seeking a curator who specializes in material culture, since both field- and collections-based research will define the position. The North American ethnology collections of this department are particularly strong. We are seeking an individual who will develop strong relationships with Native American communities while also addressing major research themes within anthropology. This curator will join a large and diverse department, currently with 72 full-time staff members, including 17 curators. The Department is organized into three research divisions: archaeology, physical anthropology and ethnology, along with Collections Management, the National Anthropological Archives, the Human Studies Film Archives, and the Repatriation Office. There are a number of programs within the three research divisions, including the PaleoIndian Program, the Asian Cultural Heritage Program, the Archaeobiology Program and the Arctic Studies Center. Some of the current research in the Department centers on humankind s earliest beginnings, the domestication of plants and animals, the rise of state-level societies, expressive culture in Africa and Polynesia, North American ethnohistory, circumpolar ethnology and the human dimensions of global climate change. Several staff hold teaching appointments as adjunct faculty with area universities. The Anthropology collections hold over 2.3 million archaeological objects and over 200,000 ethnology objects, over 9,000 linear feet of archival documents (which translates into 15 million pages), and 8 million running feet of film and video. The Department?s webpage can be viewed at The four-year term position is comparable to tenure-track and will be listed on USAJOBS.gov or at

4 CURATOR, ANTHROPOLOGY (LINGUIST)?DRAFT DESCRIPTION The at the Smithsonian s National Museum of Natural History is seeking a curator to develop and lead an endangered language program that will engage in research, documentation and preservation. Community engagement will a major component of this position. In addition to conducting research, both in the field and drawing upon archival collections, the curator will develop strong interactions with communities faced with language loss while also addressing major research themes within linguistics and anthropology. This curator will join a large and diverse department, currently with 72 full-time staff members, including 17 curators. The Department is organized into three research divisions: archaeology, physical anthropology and ethnology, along with Collections Management, the National Anthropological Archives, the Human Studies Film Archives, and the Repatriation Office. There are a number of programs within the three research divisions, including the PaleoIndian Program, the Asian Cultural Heritage Program, the Archaeobiology Program and the Arctic Studies Center. Some of the current research in the Department centers on humankind s earliest beginnings, the domestication of plants and animals, the rise of state-level societies, expressive culture in Africa and Polynesia, North American ethnohistory, circumpolar ethnology and the human dimensions of global climate change. Several staff hold teaching appointments as adjunct faculty with area universities. The Anthropology collections hold over 2.3 million archaeological objects and over 200,000 ethnology objects, over 9,000 linear feet of archival documents (which translates into 15 million pages), and 8 million running feet of film and video. The Department?s webpage can be viewed at

5 The four-year term position is comparable to tenure-track and will be listed on USAJOBS.gov or at CURATOR, ANTHROPOLOGY (HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT)?DRAFT DESCRIPTION The at the Smithsonian s National Museum of Natural History is seeking a curator in the field of human-environment interactions. The research emphasis of this position will be on the impact of humans on the environment, including issues of sustainability and the study of anthropogenic ecosystems. We are seeking a particular research emphasis on socially relevant issues of sustainability, human responses to environmental change, human ecology and historical ecology and the ways they contribute to an understanding of how past or present cultures have sustained or transformed ecosystems. This curator will join a large and diverse department, currently with 72 full-time staff members, including 17 curators. The Department is organized into three research divisions: archaeology, physical anthropology and ethnology, along with Collections Management, the National Anthropological Archives, the Human Studies Film Archives, and the Repatriation Office. There are a number of programs within the three research divisions, including the PaleoIndian Program, the Asian Cultural Heritage Program, the Archaeobiology Program and the Arctic Studies Center. Some of the current research in the Department centers on humankind?s earliest beginnings, the domestication of plants and animals, the rise of state-level societies, expressive culture in Africa and Polynesia, North American ethnohistory, circumpolar ethnology and the human dimensions of global climate change. Several staff hold teaching appointments as adjunct faculty with area universities. The Anthropology collections hold over 2.3 million archaeological

6 objects and over 200,000 ethnology objects, over 9,000 linear feet of archival documents (which translates into 15 million pages), and 8 million running feet of film and video. The Department?s webpage can be viewed at The four-year term position is comparable to tenure-track and will be listed on USAJOBS.gov or at 08-NG DEU-NMNH Anthropologist (Ethnology) GS DC 08-NG DEU-NMNH Anthropologist (Linguist) GS DC 08-NG DEU-NMNH Anthropologist (Globalization) GS DC 08-NG DEU-NMNH Anthropologist (Human-Environment) GS DC STANFORD CURATOR POSITIION The Cantor Arts Center seeks an imaginative, dynamic curator for the endowed position in arts of Africa and Native America, The curator reports to the director, works with other curators, and is responsible for the development and interpretation of this area of the collection, reviewing and redefining its scope when appropriate.

7 The Cantor Arts Center at Stanford is integral to a major research university, and the curator works with members of the academic community as teacher, facilitator, and museum professional. Primary responsibility is for overall planning and development of the permanent collection, closely working with donors and other friends of the museum. The curator will develop exhibition projects and catalogues based upon personal research interests and also bring exhibitions originating in other institutions to the Center. Candidate will be expert in either African or Native American art, with a strong interest in and some knowledge of the other area. For detailed job description see:

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