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Tue Jan 11 2005

Jobs: Hebrew/Modern Hebrew: Lecturer, U of Virginia

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        1.    Daniel Lefkowitz, Hebrew & Modern Hebrew: Lecturer, University of Virginia, VA, USA



Message 1: Hebrew & Modern Hebrew: Lecturer, University of Virginia, VA, USA

Date: 30-Dec-2004
From: Daniel Lefkowitz <dl2hvirginia.edu>
Subject: Hebrew & Modern Hebrew: Lecturer, University of Virginia, VA, USA


University or Organization: University of Virginia 
 Department: Asian and Middle Eastern Languages & Cultures
 Job Rank: Lecturer  
 Specialty Areas: Modern Hebrew Language 
 Required Language: Hebrew (HBR)
 
 
 Description:
 
 The Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures at the
 University of Virginia invites applications for a full-time lectureship in
 Modern Hebrew, to begin 25 August 2005. Primary teaching responsibilities will
 be basic language classes in Modern Hebrew, but we seek a candidate who can also
 teach an advanced conversation course that might emphasize Israeli politics,
 arts and literature, or popular culture. This position carries a teaching load
 of three courses per semester. Native or near-native fluency in Israeli Hebrew
 is required, and experience teaching Modern Hebrew at the university level is
 strongly preferred. Candidates must hold an MA or PhD. Review of applications
 will begin on February 1st, 2005. 
 
 Interested candidates should submit a letter of introduction, an updated
 curriculum vitae, a video-tape of classroom teaching (if available), and three
 letters of recommendation. 
 
 The University of Virginia is an EO/AA employer.
 
 
 Address for Applications: 
 
 Daniel Lefkowitz, Chair
 Hebrew Recruitment Committee
 Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures 
 P.O. Box 400781 
 University of Virginia
 Charlottesville, Virginia, VA 22904-4781 
 United States of America  
 
 Application Deadline: 01-Feb-2005 
 
 Contact Information:
 
 Daniel Lefkowitz 
 Email: dl2hvirginia.edu 
 Phone: (434) 982-3093 
 Fax: (434) 924-6977 
 Website: http://www.virginia.edu/amelc/
 
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