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Armstrong Atlantic State University: June Hopkins named head; Allison Belzer and Carey Shellman appointed full-time temporary faculty; Christopher E. Hendricks promoted to professor.

Auburn University: Anthony G. Carey named chair; Jennifer W. Brooks appointed associate professor; B. Mairead Pratschke appointed assistant professor; Kathryn H. Braund promoted to professor; Hines H. Hall has retired.

Berea College: Gordon B. McKinney named chair.

Berry, College: Matthew Stanard appointed assistant professor; Christy Jo Snider promoted to associate professor.

Catholic University of America: Stephen A. West promoted to associate professor.

Centenary College of Louisiana: Melanie A. Bailey appointed assistant professor.

Christian Brothers University: Marius Carriere named dean of the School of Arts.

The Citadel: Christopher J. Wright appointed assistant professor; Peter Karsten appointed Mark W. Clark Visiting Assistant Professor.

Clemson University: Stephanie Barczewski named associate dean; H. Roger Grant named Kathryn and Calhoun Lemon Professor in History; Amit Bein, Rachel A. Chico, Jacob Hamblin, and Michael J. Silvestri appointed assistant professor; James B. Jeffries appointed visiting assistant professor; Megan Taylor Shockley promoted to associate professor.

Columbus State University,: Pamela L. Baker and Gary S. Sprayberry appointed assistant professor.

Davidson College: John Wertheimer named interim chair and promoted to professor; Vika Gardner appointed visiting lecturer; Sally G. McMillen and Jonathan P. Berkey on leave.

University of Delaware: Stuart Semmel promoted to associate professor; Rebecca L. Davis appointed assistant professor; Bryant F. Tolles Jr. has retired.

Duke University: Sarah J. Deutsch named chair and dean of Arts and Sciences; Dominic Sachsenmaier appointed assistant professor; Karin Shapiro promoted to visiting associate professor; Laura Edwards, Elizabeth A. Fenn, Malachi Haim Hacohen, Anna Krylova, Kristen Neuschel, Jocelyn H. Olcott, and Charles Payne on leave; Cynthia B. Herrup and Sydney Nathans have retired.

Emory and Henry College: Michael O'Sullivan appointed assistant professor.

Georgia State University: Douglas Reynolds named Interim Director of the Asian Studies Center; Isa Blumi and Robert Baker appointed assistant professor; Wendy Venet promoted to professor.

University of Houston: R. Todd Romera and Steven Deyle appointed assistant professor; Susan Kellogg and Eric Walther promoted to professor.

Jacksonville State University: Tamara Jo Levi appointed assistant professor; George M. Lauderbaugh promoted to associate professor.

James Madison University: H. Michael Gelfand, William Van Norman, Abigail Schweber, and Jennifer Connerley appointed assistant professor; Kevin L. Borg promoted to associate professor; Robert L. Lembright and Chong K. Yoon have retired.

Lamar University: Ralph A. Wooster has retired.

Louisiana State University: Margherita Zanasi appointed associate professor; Gibril R. Cole appointed assistant professor; Charles J. Shindo and Katherine Benton-Cohen on leave fall 2006.

Louisiana Tech University: C. Wade Meade has retired.

University of Louisville: Yuxin Ma appointed assistant professor; Christine T. Ehrick promoted to associate professor.

Marshall University: Kevin Barksdale, Shuhua Fan, Greta Rensenbrink, Phillip Rutherford, and Christopher White appointed assistant professor; David C. Duke, Charles S. Gruber, and David R. Woodward have retired.

University of Miami: Michael Bernath, Eduardo Elena, and Ashli White appointed assistant professor.

University of Mississippi: Bashir Salau and Erin Chapman appointed assistant professor; Joseph P. Ward on leave fall 2006; James F. Payne has retired.

Mississippi State University: Gregory Matthew Adkins, James C. …

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