LINGUIST List 10.1871

Sat Dec 4 1999

Jobs: TEFL/Taiwan, Eng&Ling./U of Memphis

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  1. Karen Kingsbury, TEFL: open at Tunghai University, Taiwan ROC
  2. Cynthia Bernstein, English Department Chair, University of Memphis

Message 1: TEFL: open at Tunghai University, Taiwan ROC

Date: Fri, 3 Dec 1999 04:54:11 -0500 (EST)
From: Karen Kingsbury <>
Subject: TEFL: open at Tunghai University, Taiwan ROC

Rank of Job: open
Areas Required: TEFL
Other Desired Areas: educational technology; language
testing/assessment; drama/theater
University or Organization: Tunghai University
Department: Foreign Languages and Literature
State or Province: Taiwan
Country: ROC
Final Date of Application: February 22,2000 for TEFL positions
Contact: Karen Kingsbury

Address for Applications:
No. 181, Taichung Harbor Rd., Sec. 3
Taiwan 40704

Tunghai University
Foreign Languages and Literature Department
Taichung 40704 Taiwan ROC
fax: 886-4-359-4002


Multiple Faculty Positions in TEFL:

1. Professor or Associate Professor
2. Assistant Professor
3. Lecturer

Multi-year renewable positions for applicants with M.A. or Ph.D. in
TEFL, Curriculum and Instruction, Applied Linguistics, or other relevant 
field, preferably with background in educational technology and language 
testing/assessment. Deadline for receipt of applications: February 22, 2000.

4. Assistant or Associate Professor in English and Drama/Theater

Multi-year renewable position for applicant with Ph.D. in English or
relevant field with background in drama/theater. Courses to be taught
include drama, literature, and composition and oral skills courses in an
EFL environment. Deadline for receipt of applications: January 25,

For all positions, successful applicants will have a demonstrated
commitment to teaching and scholarship in a regional (Taiwan) and
international context, be willing to participate in curriculum/program
coordination, and be willing to make minimum three-year commitment. 
Send English cover letter, vita, graduate transcripts, and at least
three reference letters to Dr. Karen Kingsbury, Chair, Foreign Languages
and Literature Department, Tunghai University, Taichung 40704 Taiwan
ROC. Provide telephone and fax numbers or e-mail address. Only
hard-copy (paper or fax) applications accepted; acknowledgement sent
after application is complete.
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Message 2: English Department Chair, University of Memphis

Date: Fri, 03 Dec 1999 16:42:09 -0600
From: Cynthia Bernstein <>
Subject: English Department Chair, University of Memphis

English Department Chair
University of Memphis

The department invites applications and nominations for the position
of Chair. Consisting of approximately 60 full-time faculty lines, the
department offers an undergraduate major and minor; an M.A. in English
(with concentrations in literature, technical writing, creative
writing, composition, language and linguistics, and ESL); an M.F.A. in
Creative Writing, and a Ph.D. in Writing and Language Studies (with
concentrations in Composition Studies, Professional Writing, Applied
Linguistics, and Textual Studies). The University of Memphis is a
comprehensive state university with an enrollment of approximately
20,000 students, including 450 undergraduate majors and 125 graduate
students in English. Qualifications: Ph.D. in English; undergraduate
and graduate teaching experience; outstanding publications; and
experience in academic administration. Candidates should qualify for
rank of professor. Salary competitive. Starting date
negotiable. Committee will begin reading applications 13 December
1999; applications will continue to be considered until the position
is filled. Minorities and women are urged to apply. The University of
Memphis is an EO/AA/Immigration Reform Act employer. Letter of
application, vita, and names and addresses of five references to
English Department Chair Search Committee, 467 Patterson Hall,
Memphis, TN 38152-6176.
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