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Mennonite Historical Library, GoshenCollege, Goshen IN 46526, phone=219/535-

7418; eMail=mhl@goshen.edu.


Greenville College Openingfor a full-time instructor in

History/Political Science. QUALIFICATIONS:Ph.D. in American History

preferred. Candidates must bededicated to undergraduate teaching and committed to

serving as role models for students within this communityof Christian scholarship.

A vibrant personal Christian faith commitment is required.Previous teaching

experience desired. RESPONSIBILITIES:Full-timefaculty teach 11-13 credit hours

per semester. The successful applicantmust be prepared and enthusiastic about

teaching AmericanHistory survey and American Government, as well as a non-

western history course (preferably Asian history).

Address inquiriesto: Karen Longman, Vice President for Academic Affairs,

Greenville College, P.O. Box 159, Greenville, IL 62246-0159; Office phone:618/

664-7021; eMail=
klongman@greenville.edu.


Oskar Gruenwaldinforms us that Vol. XII of the JOURNAL OF

INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
on"Ethics and Faith: The Reality of

Absolutes" will appear in September 2000. Vol.XII 2000 continues this unique

interconnected annual thematic series which since 1989 seeks to integrate knowledge

with ethics and faith across all disciplines. He would like to receive all prepaid

reservations by July 1, 2000; a printable Order Form/Invoice is availableon the JIS

website at:www.JISonline.org. You may also contact him at The Institute for

Interdisciplinary Research, 1065 Pine Bluff Dr., Pasadena, CA 91107.


The Historical Society,a more traditionally-focussed

alternative to the AHAwith over 1,500 members, held its second annual

national meeting at Boston University,June 1-3. Their website has also been

redesigned and expanded.

History in Review,the Society's online journal of

book reviews, will debut this year.The organizationhas begun a book series,

is preparing to publish itsown journal, and has set up regional affiliates,

which willbe organizing meetings and activities. For more information,

contact the national office at 656 Beacon Street, Mezzanine, BostonMA 02215-

2010, eMail=historic@bu.edu or see their website at www.bu.edu/historic.

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