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Tue 01 Dec 1992

Jobs: ESL, Hausa

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  2. Frances Ingemann, Hausa position

Message 1: Job: Fairleigh Dickinson University

Date: Thu, 26 Nov 92 23:17:08 ESJob: Fairleigh Dickinson University
From: <AAHNYCUNYVM.bitnet>
Subject: Job: Fairleigh Dickinson University

Anyone who is considering applying for the job in ESL / Linguistics at Fair-
leigh Dickinson University, advertised recently in the New York Times, should
contact Alan Huffman <AAHNYCUNYVM> for important information about this posi-
tion.
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Message 2: Hausa position

Date: Mon, 30 Nov 92 10:23:59 CSHausa position
From: Frances Ingemann <FINGUKANVM.bitnet>
Subject: Hausa position

 H A U S A

The University of Kansas is looking for an Assistant Professor (tenure
track) to teach Hausa beginning August 17, 1993. Short description of
the position is given below. Further information can be obtained from
Arthur Drayton at the address below.

Assistant Professor of African Languages. Tenure-track. PhD in Linguistics,
Literature or Language Pedagogy. Specialization and demonstrated commit-
ment to research in Hausa. Native or near-native proficiency in Hausa and
fluency in English. Preferred qualifications: Hausa teaching experience
in the U.S. Training or experience in curriculum development, second
language pedagogy and testing, computer-aided instruction, and super-
vision. Additional competence in another African language. Responsibil-
ities include teaching Hausa at all levels. Salary range $30,000 to
$35,00. Send letter of application, vita, name, address and telephone
number of up to 5 referees to
 Arthur Drayton, Chair
 African and African-American Studies
 104 Lippincott Hall
 University of Kansas
 Lawrence, KS 66045-2107
 Telephone: 913 864-3054

Deadline for receipt of application: January 20, 1993. An EO/AA
employer.
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