24.4501, Jobs: Modern Greek; General Ling: Lecturer, Princeton University

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Subject: 24.4501, Jobs: Modern Greek; General Ling: Lecturer, Princeton University

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Date: Mon, 11 Nov 2013 15:04:18
From: Carol Oberto [coberto at princeton.edu]
Subject: Modern Greek; General Linguistics: Lecturer, Princeton University, New Jersey, USA

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University or Organization: Princeton University 
Department: Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies
Job Location: New Jersey, USA 
Web Address: http://www.princeton.edu/
Job Title: Lecturer in Linguistics and Modern Greek Language
Job Rank: Lecturer

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics 

Required Language(s): Greek, Modern (ell)

Description:

The Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies and the Council of the Humanities at Princeton University invite applications for a Lecturer position (one-year, renewable) in Linguistics and Modern Greek language, to begin September 1, 2014.  The successful candidate will be appointed full-time jointly in the Council of the Humanities and the Program in Hellenic Studies.  Teaching duties will include courses in Modern Greek language (elementary to advanced), as well as in linguistics.  Candidates with comparative interests and a commitment to excellence in research in any area of linguistics are encouraged to apply.   The successful candidate will have a strong commitment to proficiency-based teaching of the Modern Greek language.  Ph.D. completed or expected by start date. 

Applications can be found at the application URL and must include a cover letter, curriculum vitae (including language proficiencies), teaching statement (including  two syllabi, one in Modern Greek language instruction and one on a linguistics topic) and a sample of work (article or chapter of dissertation, 20 pages maximum). Applicants must also supply names of three references and their contact information.

Applications received by January 6, 2014 will be given a thorough review.  Position open until filled.  Princeton University is an equal opportunity employer and complies with applicable EEO and affirmative action regulations.


Application Deadline:  (Open until filled)
	  
Web Address for Applications: https://jobs.princeton.edu 
Contact Information:
	Manager Carol Oberto 
	Email: coberto at princeton.edu 
	Phone: 609-258-7540 
	Fax: 609-258-2137 





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