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THEBLACKSCHOLAR CLASSIFIED
THE BLACK SCHOLAR CLASSIFIED is a service provided to the readers. Teachers and students may place an ad of 50 words or less for $10.00 per issues (add $2.00 per line -- seven words -- over 50). College and institutions may place an ad of 50 words or less for $50.00 per issue (add $10.00 per line -- seven words -- over 50). Send entries and check to THE BLACK SCHOLAR CLASSIFIED, Box 908, Sausalito, Calif. 94965.

THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH LITERATURE, Swarthmore College, seeks applicants interested in a position requiring demonstrated interest and competence in Black Literature and in one other area of literary study, preferably modern. Applicants should possess the Ph.D. or expect to receive the degree by September 1973. Write, with resume, to Harold Pagliaro, Chairman, Department of English Literature, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 19081.

PENN STATE'S CAPITOL CAMPUS, near Harrisburg, has two vacancies in accounting. Areas: Introductory through advanced financial accounting; cost; auditing. Qualifications: master's degree for instructor; master's plus C.P.A. for Asst. Professor; Doctorate for Assoc. Professor. Salary - competitive. Equal opportunity employer. Send Vita: Mr. Daniel N. Poore, Capitol Campus, Middletown, Pennsylvania 17057

ECONOMISTS, University of Delaware. Three positions, including chairmanship, are open. Ph.D. and publications required; fields in macroeconomics or industrial organization receive highest priority. Appointments made at the assistance, associate or full professor level, depending on qualifications. Write to Joseph Hunt, Economics Department, University of Delaware, Newark Delaware, 19711.

DIRECTOR OF NURSING. Trenton State College seeks dynamic administrative leadership for its expanding nursing unit. Qualifications: a doctoral degree with graduate preparation in nursing administration, nursing education or clinical specialization in nursing; eligibility for license as a registered nurse in New Jersey; active participation in A.N.A. and membership in related educational organizational organization; evidence of scholarly achievement. Salary $18,804-$25,380. Position open immediately. Send resume to Chairman, Search Committee, Division of Nursing, Trenton State College, Trenton, NJ 08625.

BLACK SKILLED LABORERS wanted to teach black drop-out students from 15 to 21 and build a 100 - 150 ft. sailing ship to operate as a learning environment (school). The world would be the classroom. Courses would include: electrical engineering, associated naval technology, photography and film making, anthropology, language studies, mechanical engineering, and history, D.M. Fuller, 2245 N.E. 36th Ave., Portland Oregon, 97211.

SENIOR LIBERAL ART COLLEGE in The City University of New York has openings for the Spring 1973 and coming academic year, 1973-74, at the level of beginning Assistant Professor and preferably at the level of full Professor in the following areas: Afro-American History, Black Literature, Urban Community, Sociology, Anthropology, Political Science and Urban Economics. PhD and successful teaching experience desired. Normal load is 9 hours per semester. Begins Spring 1973, or Fall 1973. Rank and salary depend upon experience and qualifications. Anyone interested should contact: Peter M. Makau, Chairman, Black Studies Department, Herbert H. Lehman College of the City University of New York, Bedford Park Blvd. West, Bronx, N.Y. 10468. 

HAVERFORD COLLEGE is seeking to fill an English Department position in American Literature beginning Fall, 1973. The position represents a permanent appointment in the department and will involve teaching small classes at the freshman level, as well as advanced seminars. Salary is competitive housing and other fringe benefits. Write H. C. Dunathan, Chairman, English Committee, Haverford College, Haverford, Pa. 19041.

APPLICATIONS ARE REQUESTED for the position of the Chairman of the Chemistry Department of the University of Delaware commencing September 1, 1973 (or otherwise by arrangement). Applicants should possess high professional  qualifications in the field, as well as evidence of ability in administrative duties. Applicants in all of the traditional fields of chemistry, as well as those of an interdisciplinary nature, will be considered. The appointment is for a 5-year term. Salary is commensurate with qualifications, experience and responsibilities. Applications should be sent to Prof. L. M. Venanzi, Secretary of the Search Committee, Chemistry Department, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware 19711, not later than November 22, 1972. The University of Delaware has an affirmative action program and is committed to the employment of women and minority members.  

BLACK MALE, 29, M.A. in African Studies, Howard University. Plans to work on doctorate, spent two years in West Africa. Three years teaching experience in Washington, D.C. public school system. Has interest in African dance and drumming. Seeks teaching position in college or university. Write: APP-130, c/o The Black Scholar, Box 908, Sausalito, Calif. 94965. 

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AFRO-AMERICAN REFERENCE LIBRARIAN/BIBLIOGRAPHER. Collection development and specialized reference service in support of Afro-American studies program. Liaison between faculty and library. MLS degree plus several years reference in an academic library, plus knowledge of bibliographic resources in special area requisite. Please send resume, the names of three professional references, and salary expectation to: Mr. Gregory N. Bullard, Acting Director of Libraries, SUNY-Binghamton, Vestal Parkway East, Binghamton, New York 13901 

THE BROWN UNIVERSITY AFRO-AMERICAN STUDIES PROGRAM invites applications for position in Anthropology, Economics, English, History, Linguistics, Music, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. We need Ph.D.'s who are interested in research as well as teaching to help build a center for the study of Blacks. Write: Mr. Rhett Jones, Afro-American Studies Program, Brown University, Providence, R.I. 02912.

THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS at Urbana, Illinois is seeking black faculty and staff as candidates for all available faculty and administrative academic positions. The University has established an Academic Affirmative Action Program that maintains an up-to-date listing of all position openings. Persons who write must include an up-to-date curriculum vitae/resume and indicate their field of interest. Each inquiry will be forwarded to the department (s) or individual (s) with position openings. Address all inquires to Walter L. Strong, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, University of Illinois, 512 E. Chalmers, Champaign, Illinois, 61820. (217) 333-7781. 

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE has vacancies for September, 1973 in accounting, marketing, operations management, and industrial relations. Qualifications for each position include Ph.D. or D.B.A. in appropriate field. Vacancy also in business law. Applicants should have L.L.B. or J.D. and be admitted to practice in the highest court of any state, territory of District of Columbia. An undergraduate degree in business or economics preferred. Research and teaching undergraduate degree in business or economics preferred. Write Dr. William Markell, Chairman, Department of Business Administration, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware 19711

WANTED-NON-BOOK CATALOGER for Schomburg Collection of Black Literature and History, The New York Public Library. Cataloger with substantial experience with audio-visual materials and familiar with black literature. Salary range: $9,450 to $13, 155. Call for appointment (212 790-6142 or 6143) or send resume to: Staff Relations Office, Rm. 113, The New York Public Library, 5th Ave. and 42nd Street, New York, N.Y. 10018. An Equal Opportunity Employer.

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