McKennan Postdoc Fellowship

The Robert A. 1925 and Catherine L.McKennan Postdoctoral Fellowship in Anthropology provides promising young scholars with an opportunity to research, write, and teach at Dartmouth college for a period of 2-3 years. In keeping with the four-field nature of our discipline and the department's commitment to an holistic vision of anthropology, postdoctoral fellows rotate between the subfields of  sociocultural, archaeological, biological and linguistic anthropology. 

Open Position for the Robert A. 1925 and Catherine L. McKennan Postdoctoral Fellowship

Anthropologically-Trained Bioarchaeologist

Dartmouth College Department of Anthropology welcomes applications for the Robert A. 1925 and Catherine L. McKennan Postdoctoral Fellowship. We are seeking an anthropologically-trained bioarchaeologist whose work focuses on ecology, social relations, and/or experiences of health, nutrition, and violence. Geographic area is open. The McKennan Fellow will be expected to teach two courses per year: one introductory course and one advanced course in her/his area of specialization.

The Robert A. 1925 and Catherine L. McKennan Postdoctoral Fellowship is a two-year appointment with the possibility of a one-year extension, and the fellowship term will commence July 1, 2014.  Applicants must have received their Ph.D. no later than Spring 2014.  The fellowship includes an annual stipend of $53,000.00 and an annual research and travel allowance of $2500.00. It also includes a first-year only computer allowance of $2,500.00.  Residence for nine months (September – June) is required. 

Please submit a letter of interest, c.v., and the names and contact information for three references to the McKennan Fellow Search Committee. Applications should submit material through INTERFOLIO by following this link: http://apply.interfolio.com/24322.

Formal review will begin March 1, 2014 and continue until the position is filled.

With parity between male and female undergraduate students and over one quarter of the students being members of minority groups, Dartmouth is one of the most diverse institutions of higher education in New England. Dartmouth College is an equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer and has a strong commitment to diversity. We strongly encourage applications from a broad spectrum of people, including women, persons of color, gay, lesbian, and transgender persons, persons with disabilities, and veterans. Dartmouth offers health insurance and other benefits to same-sex domestic partners. Information about all of Dartmouth's benefits is available at http://www.dartmouth.edu/~hrs/benefits/index.html.

 

2012-present

Chelsey Kivland

Ph.D. in Anthropology. University of Chicago, 2012. "We Make the State": Performance, Politick, and Respect in Urban Haiti.

2007-2012

Christopher Ball

Ph.D. in Linguistics and Anthropology. University of Chicago, 2007. Out of the Park: Trajectories of Wauja (Xingu Arawak) Language and Culture

2006-2007

Seth Dobson

Ph.D. in Physical Anthropology, Washington University in St. Louis, 2005.Comparative Study of Facial Mobility in Anthropoid Primates.

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2004-2006

Joanne Cullinane

Ph.D. in Anthropology, University of Chicago, 2004. Domesticating AIDS: Illness, Identity, and Stigma in Contemporary Japan.

2003-2004

Brian Didier

Ph.D. in Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge, 2001. The Scars of Piety: Islam and the Dynamics of Religious Dispute on Androth Island, South India.

2002-2003

Paul Kockelman

Ph.D. in Anthropology, University of Chicago, 2002.

2000-2002

Kathryn Keith

Ph.D. in Anthropology and Near Eastern Studies, 1999. Cities, Neighborhoods, and Houses: Urban Spatial Organization in Old Babylonian Mesopotamia.

1998-2000

Christine Kray

Ph.D. in Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania, 1997. Worship in Body and Spirit: Practice, Self and Religious Sensibility in Yucatán.

1996-1998

Michelle L. Goldsmith

Ph.D. in Physical Anthropology, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1995.

1995-1996

Lindsay C. French

Ph.D. in Social Anthropology, Harvard University, 1994.Enduring Holocaust, Surviving History: Displaced Cambodians on the Thai-Cambodian Border, 1989-1991.

1994-1995

Sangmee Bak

Ph.D. in Social Anthropology, Harvard University, 1994.Professional Women's Work, Family, and Kinship in Urban Taiwan.