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Aquiles Alencar-Brayner <[log in to unmask]>


Aquiles Alencar-Brayner <[log in to unmask]>


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Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of Art History (Latin American 

Southern Methodist University. Rank open; full-time, tenured or 

tenure-track. Rank and salary commensurate with experience. 


Position Number: 006067 




The Division of Art History, Meadows School of the Arts at SMU, invites 

applications at all ranks for a scholar specializing in the visual culture 

of Latin America, including any period from Colonial to contemporary. 

Preference will be given to those scholars with demonstrated excellence in 

teaching and publications, as appropriate to their experience. PhD 

required, although advanced ABD candidates may be considered. The 

successful candidate will demonstrate a commitment to interdisciplinarity, 

strong visual analytic skills, theoretical fluency, and a broad knowledge 

Latin American visual culture and its intersections with adjacent artistic 

traditions, such as those of Spain, Africa, and the indigenous Americas. We 

invite applications from scholars in a variety of disciplines, including 

and architectural history, cultural studies, Latin American and Chicano/a 

studies, performance studies, womenšs and gender studies, and other related 

fields, and we encourage candidates whose teaching would engage the 

resources and programs of area cultural institutions, including the Dallas 

Museum of Art, the Dallas Latino Cultural Center, and particularly SMUšs 

Meadows Museum, with its important holdings of Spanish and Latin American 



The successful candidate will participate in an expanding program of 

research and teaching at SMU that builds on institutional strengths in the 

study of Spanish, Pre-Columbian, and Latin American cultures. In 

collaboration with colleagues in the Pre-Columbian and Iberian 

specializations within the Division of Art History, s/he will participate 

actively in shaping the future of research, curriculum, and pedagogy in a 

vibrant undergraduate and graduate art history program. The candidate will 

develop courses for undergraduate and graduate students, from general 

surveys to focused research seminars; mentor students at all levels; 

supervise MA theses; and contribute to the overall vitality of the 

university through engagement in the Iberian and Latin American Studies 

program and other interdisciplinary programs within the Meadows School of 

the Arts and across campus. 


Faculty in the Division of Art History receive leaves, as well as research 

and travel support. In general the teaching load is 2/2. 


Proposed starting date: August 2008. 



Applicants should submit a detailed letter of application, CV, samples of 

publications ordissertation chapters, and evidence of teaching experience. 

Please request three letters of recommendation be sent directly to: Janis 

Bergman-Carton, Chair of Division of Art History, Southern Methodist 

University, Meadows School of the Arts, PO Box 750356, Dallas, TX 

75275-0356. Inquiries may be directed to Joy Richardson at [log in to unmask], or 



We encourage digital applications: E-mailed files should be saved to 

smallest size. To retain font and formatting integrity, save documents in 

.pdf format. Letters of recommendation may be scanned and sent as .jpg 

files. All digital material must be fully 

functioning on both PC and Mac platforms. Send digital applications to Joy 

Richardson at [log in to unmask] 


To ensure full consideration for the position, the application must be 

postmarked by January 4, 2008, but the committee will continue to accept 

applications until the position is filled. The committee will notify 

applicants of its employment decisions after the position is filled. 




SMU is a private university of 11,000 undergraduate and graduate students, 

located in north Dallas. Established in 1911, SMU offers an intellectually 

diverse, non-denominational campus environment dedicated to the 

founding principles of education in the liberal arts. Resources on campus 

include SMUšs Meadows Museum, with its focus on Spanish and Latin American 

art. SMUšs Bridwell Libraryšs extensive holdings include a significant 

collection of early printed books from Europe and the Americas. SMUšs 

DeGolyer Library houses extensive archives and printed materials from the 

and Latin America. The wider Dallas/Ft. Worth area is home to many 

internationally recognized museums, including the Dallas Museum of Art, the 

Kimbell Art Museum, the Amon Carter Museum, and the Dallas Latino Cultural 

Center. SMU operates a satellite campus in Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico, 

affording opportunities for summer teaching and research in northern New 



SMU will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national 

origin, sex, age, disability, or veteran status. SMU is also committed to 

the principle of nondiscrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. 

and minorities are 

encouraged to apply. 


Pamela A. Patton 

Associate Professor of Art History 

Graduate Studies Advisor 

Meadows School of the Arts 

Southern Methodist University 

Dallas, TX 75275-0356 


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