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LINGUIST List 19.1684

Tue May 27 2008

Jobs: Akan, Bamana, Zulu & Applied Linguistics: Lecturer, Indiana U

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        1.    Helen Harrell, Akan, Bamana, Zulu & Applied Linguistics: Lecturer, Indiana University, US, USA


Message 1: Akan, Bamana, Zulu & Applied Linguistics: Lecturer, Indiana University, US, USA
Date: 27-May-2008
From: Helen Harrell <hharrellindiana.edu>
Subject: Akan, Bamana, Zulu & Applied Linguistics: Lecturer, Indiana University, US, USA
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University or Organization: Indiana University
Department: African Studies Program
Job Location: Indiana, USA
Web Address: http://www.indiana.edu/~afrist/
Job Rank: Lecturer

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics

Required Language(s): Bambara (bam)
                            Akan (aka)
                            Zulu (zul)

Description:

Job Announcement: Indiana University-Bloomington - African Languages Lecturers
Employer: Indiana University-Bloomington (African Studies Program)

The African Studies Program at Indiana University, Bloomington, invites
applications for Lecturership positions in Akan (Twi), Bamana, and Zulu
languages, beginning August 2008. The initial appointment will be for three
years and is renewable contingent on funding and satisfactory performance
reviews. We seek innovative and experienced language pedagogues who will be
able to teach Akan (Twi), Bamana, or Zulu language courses at all levels.
Candidates for the positions should also be willing to participate in a
full range of African Languages Program activities.

Qualifications: A PhD degree in African language pedagogy, second language
acquisition, linguistics, language education, or related field preferred.
Native or near-native proficiency and teaching experience in the target
language at the university level required. Experience developing African
language materials, including web-based materials, and using computer-based
instructional technologies is a plus.

Salary is competitive and commensurate with applicants' qualifications. To
ensure full consideration, please send a letter of application, a statement
on pedagogy, curriculum vitae, and three references to the application
address listed below.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the
positions are filled. Questions may be addressed by e-mail to Sue Hanson.
Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

Application Deadline: 30-Jun-2008
Mailing Address for Applications:
Program Assistant Sue Hanson
African Studies Program
Indiana University
Woodburn Hall 221C
Bloomington, IN 47405
USA
Contact Information:
Program Assistant Sue Hanson
Email: shansonindiana.edu
Phone: 812-855-8284
Fax: 812-855-6734
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