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Title: Stanford University - Martin Luther King Jr. Institute - Assistant Director, Liberation Curriculum

Location: California, United States

Institution Type: College/University

Position Type: Research Professional

Submitted: Wednesday, July 5th, 2006

Main Category: U.S. History

Secondary Categories: American Studies

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute at Stanford University seeks Assistant Director for its Liberation Curriulum program. Under the direction of the King Institute Director, this position will be responsible for the development of on-line educational materials based on the African American freedom struggle and other social movements; development and maintenance of Liberation Curriculum website; and directed historical research, writing, and editing, among other responsibilities.

Requirements include

- demonstrated ability to undertake historical research, excellent writing skills, and a familiarity with communication potential of the Internet

- background in history, especially modern African-American history preferred

- familiarity with web editing and teaching experience or educational background desirable

- creativity, initiative and ability to work as part of a team

- B.A. in humanities

See a full job description and apply for job #010808 through Stanford's employment website Also mail resume and cover letter to King Institute, Attn: LC 010808, PO Box 20532, Stanford, CA 94309.

Contact Info:

King Institute

Attn: LC 010808

PO Box 20532

Stanford, CA 94309


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