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- •Teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in area of specialty, Asian theatre history, directing, and others as needed
- •Chairing dissertation and thesis committees, and advising and mentoring MA, MFA and PhD students
- •Plan, fund raise for, implement and oversee artist residency programs and Chinese theatre productions as needed by the Asian Theatre Program and Department.
- •Oversee guest directors of Asian Theatre productions as needed.
- •Contribute to the relevant field(s) via scholarly and creative endeavors. Maintain an active program of extracurricular academic or creative research and/or publication.
- •Serve on graduate, departmental, college, and university-wide committees.
- •Participate in university/departmental responsibilities, such as: attending departmental meetings, faculty meetings, season selection/scheduling meetings, design meetings, and production meetings.
- •Other duties as assigned by Chair
- •Ph.D. in relevant field in hand
- •3 years of relevant teaching at post-secondary level (full-time or equivalent experience)
- •Experience directing and producing xiqu
- •Proficiency in written Chinese
- •Fluency in spoken Mandarin
- •Record of successful fundraising and/or grant writing
- •Secondary area of expertise in Korean, Vietnamese, South or Central Asian theatre
- •Teaching experience in culturally diverse environments
- •Evidence of successful collaborative creative work
- •Publications in relevant refereed journals
- •Affiliations with relevant professional/scholarly organizations
- •Extensive experience directing and producing xiqu
- •Demonstrated effectiveness in teaching
- •Demonstrated ability to interact with, mentor and train, supervise, and/or collaborate with a variety of individuals, including colleagues, students
- Dr. Kirstin Pauka, Chair of Search Committee
- Asian Theatre Program, Department of Theatre and Dance
- University of Hawaii at Manoa
- 1770 East-West Rd
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- Kirstin Pauka; 808-956-2587; email@example.com
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