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Position at American Academy in Rome

From: Bonnie Naugle <bnaugle<-at->
Date: Thursday, September 26, 2013
Director
American Academy in Rome

The American Academy in Rome (AAR) invites qualified individuals to
apply for the position of Academy Director. The individual selected
to fill this position will ideally have an established reputation in
one of the four humanities disciplines served by the AAR (ancient
studies, medieval studies, renaissance and early modern studies, and
modern Italian studies) or one of the seven arts disciplines served
by the AAR (architecture, landscape architecture, design, historic
preservation and conservation, literature, music, and visual arts).
Broad cultural interests, in particular in those fields of
scholarship and the arts served by the AAR, is also desired for this
position as well as some degree of fluency in spoken and written
Italian.

Reporting to the President in New York, the Director provides
intellectual and managerial leadership for all the activities and
programs of the Academy in Rome. The Director (together with the
Deputy Director in relation to administrative matters), manages a
culturally and linguistically diverse staff of approximately 70,
with direct reports from the Drue Heinz Librarian, the Andrew W.
Mellon Professor, the Andrew Heiskell Arts Director, the Deputy
Director (joint report to the President/CEO), and the Executive
Secretary to the Director.

For more information and to apply, visit

    aarome.org/jobs
    <URL:https://support.aarome.org/page.redir?target=http%3a%2f%2fwww.aarome.org%2fjobs&srcid=4642&srctid=1&erid=865241&trid=242ce809-7369-4a55-9475-69eab94a8804>

Materials must be received by October 11, 2013.


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