Asst. Professor, Arts Administration
Department of Arts & Humanities, Program in Arts Administration
The Program in Arts Administration seeks a tenure-track Assistant Professor. Duties will include teaching masters-level courses; supervising student research; on-going program development; and advising. This cohort-based interdisciplinary degree requires two years of theory- and practice-based coursework plus a thesis, and attracts an extraordinarily competitive field of applicants from the visual and performing arts and related academic disciplines, representing a dynamic mix of international backgrounds.
Qualifications: The successful candidate will demonstrate expertise in the structure and functions of performing arts institutions, comparative cultural and public policy, and quantitative research methods; interest in cultural economics and cultural heritage are also desirable. Candidates must hold an earned doctorate; have a robustly articulated program of research; arts-related administrative experience; proficiency in teaching, and supervising student research; and demonstrable skills to build connections with local artists and cultural organizations.
To apply: Please submit the following by December 1: a) letter of application; b) c.v.; and c) three letters of recommendation to: Search Committee, Program in Arts Administration, Teachers-College-Columbia, Box 78, 525 West 120th Street, New York, N.Y. 10025.
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