UCSD Digital Media Production and Theory job

Posted by Lev Manovich | Thu Oct 14th 2004 10:27 a.m.

UCSD Department of Communication

http://communication.ucsd.edu/Jobs/temppositions.html

Digital Media Production and Theory.
The Department seeks a
professor, strongly preferred at the assistant or early associate level,
who is a creative producer/scholar in digital media arts with a strong
background in critical studies and who can work with a faculty that
spans the social sciences, humanities, and the arts. Specialization
areas may include but are not limited to: net art, net radio, electronic
performance, interactive installation, electronic curating, computer
music, digital sound, robotics, architectural design; conceptual or
public media art, and transitions between old and new media forms. We
seek applicants who are engaged with digital media scholarship and who
are qualified to teach at the graduate level and in areas of the
curriculum beyond production. Candidates should hold a PhD, MFA or
equivalent qualifications and have a strong exhibition record and
demonstrated potential for teaching excellence.
Additional sites that may be of interest:
http://crca.ucsd.edu
http://www.calit2.net

TO APPLY:
Send vita, statement of research and teaching interests, one work sample
(a single publication or media work), home page URL, and contact
information for three references by October 30, 2004 (late applications
will be accepted) to:

Professor Lisa Cartwright.
Department of Communication (0503)
University of California at San Diego
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla CA 92093-0503
  • Lev Manovich | Thu Oct 14th 2004 12:37 p.m.
    UCSD Department of Communication

    http://communication.ucsd.edu/Jobs/temppositions.html

    Digital Media Production and Theory.
    The Department seeks a
    professor, strongly preferred at the assistant or early associate level,
    who is a creative producer/scholar in digital media arts with a strong
    background in critical studies and who can work with a faculty that
    spans the social sciences, humanities, and the arts. Specialization
    areas may include but are not limited to: net art, net radio, electronic
    performance, interactive installation, electronic curating, computer
    music, digital sound, robotics, architectural design; conceptual or
    public media art, and transitions between old and new media forms. We
    seek applicants who are engaged with digital media scholarship and who
    are qualified to teach at the graduate level and in areas of the
    curriculum beyond production. Candidates should hold a PhD, MFA or
    equivalent qualifications and have a strong exhibition record and
    demonstrated potential for teaching excellence.
    Additional sites that may be of interest:
    http://crca.ucsd.edu
    http://www.calit2.net

    TO APPLY:
    Send vita, statement of research and teaching interests, one work sample
    (a single publication or media work), home page URL, and contact
    information for three references by October 30, 2004 (late applications
    will be accepted) to:

    Professor Lisa Cartwright.
    Department of Communication (0503)
    University of California at San Diego
    9500 Gilman Drive
    La Jolla CA 92093-0503
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