LINGUIST List 13.593

Mon Mar 4 2002

Jobs: Japanese Lang: Instructor at U/Florida, USA

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  1. Ann Wehmeyer, Japanese Language: Instructor at University of Florida, Florida USA

Message 1: Japanese Language: Instructor at University of Florida, Florida USA

Date: 3 Mar 2002 20:15:52 -0000
From: Ann Wehmeyer <>
Subject: Japanese Language: Instructor at University of Florida, Florida USA

Rank of Job: Instructor
Areas Required: Japanese Language
Other Desired Areas: computer-assisted language learning
University or Organization: University of Florida
Department: African & Asian Languages & Literatures
State or Province: Florida
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: 03/29/02
Contact: Ann Wehmeyer

Address for Applications:
Japanese Search Committee, Dept. African & Asian Languages &
Literatures, PO Box 115565, University of Florida
FL 32611-5565

The Department of African and Asian Languages and Literatures at the
University of Florida seeks applicants for a full time Instructor of
Japanese beginning August, 2002. Position is part of the planned
expansion of Asian Studies at UF, and annually renewable. Minimum
requirements are native or near-native fluency in Japanese and
English, and MA in linguistics, Japanese language pedagogy, or second
language acquisition. Preference for candidates with experience
teaching Japanese at the college level, and commitment to continued
development of computer-assisted language learning. Candidate should
be able to teach all levels of modern Japanese, with 3/3 course
load. Salary is competitive. 

Send application letter with statement of teaching philosophy, CV,
sample syllabus, and three letters of recommendation to Chair,
Japanese Search Committee, PO Box 115565, University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL 32611-5565. Short-listed candidates will be asked to
supply sample teaching video, and can be interviewed at the AAS
meeting in Washington, DC. Deadline for application March 29th,

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