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Kate Hennessy


October 8, 2008

WKU Cultural/Visual Anthropology Postion

October 8, 2008 | By |

Potter College of Arts & Letters


Department of Folk Studies and Anthropology
Assistant Professor, Anthropology

The Department of Folk Studies and Anthropology at Western Kentucky University is seeking applicants for an Assistant Professor in Cultural/Visual Anthropology. This is a full-time, nine-month, tenure track position to begin August 15, 2009.

The successful applicant should have a Ph.D. in Anthropology at the time of appointment. Applicants must have an ongoing program of research and a commitment to undergraduate teaching, including multiple sections of introductory courses. Prior teaching experience and ability to teach Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, Visual Anthropology, and Ethnographic Video Production required. Broad training in anthropology, ability to teach a wide variety of undergraduate courses and experience in educational technology desired. Read More

Kate Hennessy


September 11, 2008

AAA 2008: SVA Sessions and Events Accepted and Scheduled

September 11, 2008 | By |

Society for Visual Anthropology
Sessions and Events Accepted and Scheduled
2008 Meetings of the American Anthropological Society, San Francisco, CA.

The following SVA-reviewed sessions and events have been accepted and scheduled for this year’s AAA meetings in San Francisco. The SVA is making a strong contribution to this year’s theme of “Inclusion, Collaboration, and Engagement” with an excellent Film, Video, and Interactive Media Festival line-up, and a range of compelling workshops, sessions, roundtables, and poster presentations.

Any questions or comments should be directed to:

Aaron Glass
Kate Hennessy
SVA Program Chairs

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August 13, 2008

Working Films Seeks Candidates For George Stoney Fellowships

August 13, 2008 | By | No Comments

Deadline March 31, 2008

Working Films is seeking candidates with a demonstrated commitment to social justice and an interest in the role of documentary filmmaking and new technology for the George Stoney Fellowship. Candidates will be assisted in conceptualization, writing and research on Working Films campaigns. Regular responsibilities include sitting in as colleagues in
all development meetings between filmmakers, activists and other Working Films staff, and traveling when necessary to rough-cut screenings and community organizing meetings.

The fellowship is expected to last 8-10 weeks in the Wilmington office, starting in May or June 2008. The Fellow will serve as part-time, temporary staff, earning $10-15 an hour.? For more information about the work of Working Films and how to apply, please see

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