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LINGUIST List 20.4038

Wed Nov 25 2009

Jobs: Arabic; Pashto; Deori & Afghan Langs: Prof, U of Montana

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        1.    Joseph Muscarella, Standard Arabic; Central & Northern Pashto; Deori & Afghan Languages: Full Professor, University of Montana, USA

Message 1: Standard Arabic; Central & Northern Pashto; Deori & Afghan Languages: Full Professor, University of Montana, USA
Date: 24-Nov-2009
From: Joseph Muscarella <j.muscarellajobtarget.com>
Subject: Standard Arabic; Central & Northern Pashto; Deori & Afghan Languages: Full Professor, University of Montana, USA
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University or Organization: University of Montana
Department: Language
Job Location: Montana, USA
Web Address: http://www.umt.edu/mansfield/dclcp
Job Rank: Full Professor

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Afghan Languages (Pashto and/or Dari)

Required Language(s): Arabic, Standard (arb)
                            Deori (der)
                            Pashto, Northern (pbu)
                            Pashto, Central (pst)


The Mansfield Center at the University of Montana seeks a contemporary
Afghan specialist to develop curriculum and provide instruction for a
Defense Critical Language/Culture program
(http://www.umt.edu/mansfield/dclcp) starting on or about February 1, 2010.
The primary initial need is for the development and instruction of
intensive short-term "operational culture" courses for members of the US
military, in which information on the relevant cultures and economic and
political systems of various Afghan regions are combined with information
on Afghan military, strategic and decision-making processes to give
trainees a broad understanding of the region. The successful candidate will
help develop similar instruction on-line at various levels of
sophistication for primarily military use. Priority will be given to those
who also have advanced language ability in Pashto and/or Dari language and
can develop basic courses in survival language based on an established
Defense Critical Language/Culture Program model. Finally, the candidate
chosen may perform some university teaching in an area that can contribute
to an on-line graduate degree being developed for the DoD.

A thorough understanding of Afghanistan - preferably attained through
residence or extensive travel in the region - is essential. Proficiency in
Afghan language (Pashto and/or Dari) is preferred, as is teaching
experience or a proven ability to communicate in an educational or U.S.
military training environment.

For a complete position description with application instructions, visit
http://www.umt.edu/jobs/ or call (406) 243-2278 for more information.
Application deadline is December 18, 2009.

AA/EOE/ADA/Veteran's Preference Employer

Application Deadline: 18-Dec-2009

Web Address for Applications: http://www.umt.edu/jobs/
Contact Information:
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Email: nonegiven.com
Phone: 406-243-2278

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