LINGUIST List 13.533

Mon Feb 25 2002

Jobs: Modified:Translation,TESOL: Asst Profs, Taiwan

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  1. Chris Lu, Modified Re:13.474,13.475:Translation,TESOL: Asst Profs, Taiwan

Message 1: Modified Re:13.474,13.475:Translation,TESOL: Asst Profs, Taiwan

Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2002 09:10:55 +0800
From: Chris Lu <>
Subject: Modified Re:13.474,13.475:Translation,TESOL: Asst Profs, Taiwan

Teaching Position available:

The Department of English Language, Literature and Linguistics at
Providence University in Shalu, Taichung County, Taiwan, R.O.C.,
invites applications for four different positions, all as assistant

1. Ph.D. holders in English Literature to teach literature courses on
undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as English training

2. Ph.D. holders in Film Studies (or a combination of Film Studies and
English Literature or Drama). Experience with audio-visual
technologies is preferable.

3. Ph.D. holders in Translation/Interpretation (or a combination of
language and translation).

4. Ph.D. or Ed.D. holders in TESOL, Rhetoric and Composition, or CALL.
Planning and running a web-based writing program (with a four-hour
teaching waiver).

Each position requires a doctoral degree in hand (or, at the latest,
by the positions' starting date: August 1, 2002). Required documents
for the application: cover letter, specifying the position(s) being
applied for; curriculum vitae; autobiographic sketch in English,
official transcript, three letters of recommendation, and a copy of
the dissertation or a representative publication. Foreign applicants
should also include one copy of their passport's main page. All
application materials must be received no later than March 31, 2002.

Please send your application materials to the following address:

Dr. Victoria Rau, Chair
Dept. of English Language, Literature and Linguistics
200 Chungchi Road, Shalu,
Taichung County, 43301 Taiwan, R.O.C.

Informational details can also be obtained from Ms. Chris Lu
(Administrative Assistant): Tel: (04) 26328001 ext. 2024
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