The Department of Anthropology and Earth Science at Minnesota State University Moorhead invites applications for a fixed-term 1-year appointment to teach introductory and advanced archaeology courses, additional courses that bridge to programs in geology and geography in our interdisciplinary department, and/or physical anthropology. This position is to replace a retiring faculty member. The expected teaching load is 12 credit hours per semester (typically 3-4 courses per term) with potential for summer teaching or field school. Deadline: March 10, 2021. Get more details or apply at
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