June 18, 2009
Lector in modern Turkish Language/Culture - Yale University
YALE UNIVERSITY, the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations (NELC) announces an opening for a three-year renewable full-time position as Lector in modern Turkish Language and Culture beginning July 1, 2010.
Primary duties will be to teach five courses per academic year including elementary (2 courses) and intermediate (2 courses) in four learning-skill areas: reading, writing, speaking and listening. The fifth course will focus advanced language skills drawing on modern literary, social, political, cultural and/or sociolinguistic topics related to the Turkish language appropriate to the appointee's qualifications and expertise. The Lector will participate in and help build the Turkish component of the NELC Department and the modern Middle East Studies program of the MacMillan Center.
Applicants must have: 1) native or near-native fluency in modern Turkish; 2) strong English skills; 3) experience in teaching Turkish as a second language in a college or university environment; 4) a college degree in a relevant discipline.
Send letter of application, curriculum vita and three letters of recommendation to: Professor Dimitri Gutas, Dept. of Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations, Yale University, PO Box 208236, New Haven CT 06520-8236 U.S.A. Letters of reference will be accepted via e-mail to email@example.com. Referees should include full title, current employer/institution and contact information.
Yale University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, applications from women and minorities are encouraged.
Applications deadline: August 31, 2009.
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