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Wed May 19 1999

Support: Indiana U/Twi & Bambara Instructors

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  1. Sam Obeng, Associate Instructors of Twi & Bambara

Message 1: Associate Instructors of Twi & Bambara

Date: Tue, 18 May 1999 15:38:25 -0600
From: Sam Obeng <sobengindiana.edu>
Subject: Associate Instructors of Twi & Bambara


ASSOCIATE INSTRUCTOR IN BAMBARA/BAMAKAN


The African Languages Program, Indiana University, wishes to announce
an opening for an Associate Instructor in Twi (Asante), to begin
August, 2000. The individual must be a native speaker of the language
and be accepted into a graduate program (either M.A. or Ph.D) at
Indiana University. We are seeking someone who has a sincere interest
in teaching Twi while pursuing an advanced degree. Support includes
tuition and a yearly living stipend for a period of no more than five
years.

Interested individuals should contact International Admissions, 300 N.
Jordan, Indiana University, Blommington, IN 47405 (or email:
INTLADMindiana.edu) to obtain application materials for
admissions. In addition, the applicant should also send a letter of
application, a curriculum vitae, and two letters of reference to
Dr. Ani Hawkinson, Coordinator, African Languages Program, Department
of Linguistics, Indiana University, 1021 E. 3rd. Street, Memorial Hall
East Room, 322, Bloomington, IN 47405-7005.



ASSOCIATE INSTRUCTOR IN BAMBARA/BAMAKAN


The African Languages Program, Indiana University, wishes to announce
an opening for an Associate Instructor in Bambara/Bamakan, to begin
August, 2000, pending approval of funding. The individual must be a
native speaker of the language and be accepted into a graduate program
(either M.A. or Ph.D) at Indiana University. We are seeking someone
who has a sincere interest in teaching Bambara/Bamakan while pursuing
an advanced degree. Support includes tuition and a yearly living
stipend for a period of no more than five years.

Interested individuals should contact International Admissions, 300 N.
Jordan, Indiana University, Blommington, IN 47405 (or email:
INTLADMindiana.edu) to obtain application materials for
admissions. In addition, the applicant should also send a letter of
application, a curriculum vitae, and two letters of reference to
Dr. Ani Hawkinson, Coordinator, African Languages Program, Department
of Linguistics, Indiana University, 1021 E. 3rd. Street, Memorial Hall
East Room, 322, Bloomington, IN 47405-7005.
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