LINGUIST List 11.1202

Fri May 26 2000

Jobs: Translation Theory/Literary Translation

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  1. Dr.David William Foster, Translation Theory/Literary Translation: Lecturer, Arizona State University, Arizona USA

Message 1: Translation Theory/Literary Translation: Lecturer, Arizona State University, Arizona USA

Date: 26 May 2000 21:22:38 -0000
From: Dr.David William Foster <david.fosterasu.edu>
Subject: Translation Theory/Literary Translation: Lecturer, Arizona State University, Arizona USA


Rank of Job: Lecturer
Areas Required: Translation Theory and Literary Translation
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Arizona State University
Department: Languages and Literatures
State or Province: Arizona
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: June 30, 2000
Contact: Dr. David William Foster david.fosterasu.edu

Address for Applications:
Box 870202, Dept. of Languages and Literatures
Tempe
AZ 85287-0202
USA

Lecturer of French for one year, starting Fall 2000. 

Requirements: Documented training in Translation Theory and Literary 
Translation, experience teaching university upper-level undergraduate
language classes. ABD in French or related field with native or near
native French speaking ability. 

Desired: Published translations, experience teaching Translation 
Theory and Literary Translation,PhD in French and experience on thesis
committees. 

Duties: Teach advanced (300-400 level) undergraduate French language 
classes, 3 courses per semester, plus translation theses. Serve on 
Master's thesis committee. 

Submit letter of application, academic file containing transcripts and
three letters of recommendation, CV, proof of teaching excellence 
(teaching evaluations) to: Dr. David William Foster, Chair; Dept of 
Languages and Literatures; Arizona State University; Box 870202; 
Tempe, AZ 85287-0202. Application materials must be received by June
30, 2000; or then every two weeks thereafter until filled.
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