Georgia Tech has announced a search for a tenure-track position in Digital Media Theory and Practice, requiring evidence of sophisticated digital practice and theoretical insight in one or more of the following areas: interactive cinema or documentary, enhanced television, immersive environments, multi-user environments, games as social networks, procedural art, electronic literature, or information architecture. Closer to home, one of Stockton's peer institutions, Rampapo College is hiring an Assistant Professor of Digital Media to teach introductory and intermediate levels of new media production who should have the ability to teach in one or more of the following areas: digital theory, history and criticism. Georgia Tech's position is in the school of Literature, Communication and Culture, while Rampapo's is in the Department of Art. While I'm not on the market myself, it's reassuring to see the field of new media studies growing.
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