LINGUIST List 9.1828

Tue Dec 22 1998

Jobs: TESL, Native American Socioling

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  1. Jen-i Li, TESL, drama
  2. Garland D Bills, Native American Educational Sociolinguistics

Message 1: TESL, drama

Date: Tue, 22 Dec 1998 13:51:16 +0800
From: Jen-i Li <lijenicc.ncu.edu.tw>
Subject: TESL, drama

The Department of English at National Central University has two
openings effective fall 1999: one for drama/performance majors and the
other for TESL/TEFL majors. Ph.D. degree is required for both
positions (in hand before June 1999). Deadline for written
application is March 1, 1999. Applications should include a letter of
application, CV, writing samples, transcripts, diplomas, and at least
two letters of reference. Address applications to:

 Chair
 Department of English
 National Central University
 Chung-li 32054
 Taiwan

TEL: 886-3-426-7171; FAX: 886-3-426-3027

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Message 2: Native American Educational Sociolinguistics

Date: Tue, 22 Dec 1998 09:18:39 -0800 (PST)
From: Garland D Bills <gbillsunm.edu>
Subject: Native American Educational Sociolinguistics

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL SOCIOLINGUISTICS,
University of New Mexico. See the job announcement at our Web site
http://www.unm.edu/~linguist/job.html, or call (505) 277-6353.

Full-time, tenure track, joint appointment in Department of Linguistics
and Division of Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Studies, commencing
August 16, 1999, pending budgetary approval. Responsibilities include
classroom teaching, mentoring of Native American and other students of
educational linguistics and community training and service.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. in education, linguistics, or anthropology,
with emphasis on language in education and language revitalization in
Native American communities, by date of appointment. Established
record of sociolinguistic fieldwork and/or community activity in language
education in one or more Native American communities of New Mexico.
Experience in grant proposal preparation. Native or native-like
proficiency in a Native American language of New Mexico.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to teach sociolinguistics, language
education, and applied linguistics as pertains to Native American
languages of New Mexico. Access to Native American communities of New
Mexico. Ability to assist local Native American communities in language
revitalization efforts. Demonstrated success in grant proposal
preparation.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 19, 1999. Applications should contain a
letter of application, vita, samples of papers or publications, and names
of three referees who have been asked to send letters of recommendation
directly to the search committee. Applications should be addressed to Alan
Hudson, Educational Linguistics Search Committee, Department of
Linguistics, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131-1196.

The University of New Mexico is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
employer and educator.
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