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Thursday, January 23, 2014

-correction-Meet the GEOG/ENGL Faculty candidates

Starting today (Thursday 1/23), finalists for the open position left by Sarah Ray will be visiting campus.  The committee still finalizing schedules, but thety wanted to encourage you to attend the candidates' teaching demonstration/job talk (we have asked each candidate to "teach their research to an undergraduate audience," thus blending a traditional job talk and a teaching demonstration).  Finally, you will find CVs for each candidate attached to this e-mail.   

Contact Kevin Maier for further info:

Thursday 1/23 3:30-4:30 GLACIER VIEW ROOM
Dr. Stephen Rust "Penguins, Polar Bears, and Politics: Wildlife Cinema and the Cultural Logic of Ecology"

Tuesday 1/28 3:30-4:30 GLACIER VIEW ROOM
Dr. Janelle Schwartz "Inch by Inch:  An Ecological Reading of Worms in Literature, Science, and Art"


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Wednesday 2/5 4:00-5:00pm GLACIER VIEW ROOM

Dr. Richard Simpson "Origins of the American Campus: Narrative, Landscape, and Pedagogy in the Late Nineteenth Century"

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