SARAI: Hindi job posting

David Magier magier at COLUMBIA.EDU
Thu Jul 30 17:30:26 UTC 1998

The following job announcement is being forwarded to your mailing list
or listserv from the JOBS section of SARAI (South Asia Resource Access
on the Internet). Please contact Yale directly as indicated. Do not
send queries to me.

David Magier


YALE UNIVERSITY.  The South Asian Studies Committee of the Yale Center
for International and Area Studies invites application for a part-time
lecturer of Hindi language for the academic year 1998-99. The
successful candidate will teach a year-long graduate-level
four-skills course in Hindi to both heritage and non-heritage learners
beginning fall 1998.  Applicants should have native fluency in modern
Hindi or clear proof of full equivalency; language teaching experience
with non-native speaking learners, preferably in an American college
or university setting; solid familiarity with word-processing and
e-mail in both Hindi and English.  Experience in the development of
pedagogical materials in Hindi is preferred. In addition, strong
English skills; familiarity with second-language acquisition theory
and practice; and familiarity with computer-aided language instruction
methods are desirable.

Renewal of this appointment would be contingent upon funding
availability as well as performance review.  This position is
announced solely for Yale University although similar teaching
opportunities at neighboring institutions may be possible.  Yale is
an affirmative action, equal employment opportunity employer.
Applications from women and minority candidates are encouraged.  Send
letter of application, C.V., and contact information for two
recommenders to Barbara Papacoda, South Asian Studies Committee,
P.O. Box 208206, New Haven, CT 06520.  Applications will be reviewed
upon receipt but should be received no later than August 10, 1998.

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