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LINGUIST List 21.369

Fri Jan 22 2010

Jobs: Arabic Language Pedagogy or Ling: Asst/Assoc Prof, U of Oklahoma

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        1.    Sandi Emond, Arabic Language Pedagogy or Linguistics: Assistant/Associate Professor, University of Oklahoma, OK, USA

Message 1: Arabic Language Pedagogy or Linguistics: Assistant/Associate Professor, University of Oklahoma, OK, USA
Date: 21-Jan-2010
From: Sandi Emond <semondou.edu>
Subject: Arabic Language Pedagogy or Linguistics: Assistant/Associate Professor, University of Oklahoma, OK, USA
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University or Organization: University of Oklahoma
Department: SIAS/MLLL
Job Location: Oklahoma, USA
Web Address: http://www.ou.edu/sias
Job Rank: Asst/Assoc Professor

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Arabic Language Pedagogy

Required Language(s): Arabic, Standard (arb)

Description:

This position has been filled.

Director of the Language Flagship Program in Arabic and Conoco Phillips
Professor of Arabic at the Assistant (tenure-track) or Associate Professor
level

The University of Oklahoma announces a position as Director of the Language
Flagship Program in Arabic at the level of tenure-track Assistant or
Associate Professor. Preference will be given to candidates specializing in
Arabic language pedagogy or linguistics. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in a
relevant field in hand at the time of appointment, a native or near-native
command of both Arabic (MSA) and English, and a demonstrable commitment to
research and teaching. Salary is competitive. The successful candidate will
be jointly appointed to the Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and
Linguistics and the School of International and Area Studies.

Dependent on the qualifications of the successful candidate, the
appointment could begin as early as summer 2010.

The successful applicant will join a diverse and interdisciplinary faculty
in Middle Eastern Studies, spanning several academic units. The University
of Oklahoma offers both a major and minor in Arabic and has been home to
the Language Flagship Program in Arabic since 2008.

Applicants should send a letter of application with a statement of research
and teaching interests, a complete curriculum vitae, graduate transcripts,
teaching evaluations, and a writing sample to Dr. Mark Frazier at the
address below. Three letters of recommendation should also be sent directly
by recommenders to the search committee chair. Review of applications will
begin immediately and will continue until the position has been filled.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. The University of Oklahoma is
an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.

Application Deadline: 15-May-2010
Contact Information:
Dr. Mark Frazier
Email: markfrazierou.edu
This position has been filled.

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