27.3523, Jobs: Arabic; Anthropological Linguistics; General Linguistics: Assistant Professor, Bridgewater State University

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Subject: 27.3523, Jobs:  Arabic; Anthropological Linguistics; General Linguistics: Assistant Professor, Bridgewater State University

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Date: Thu, 08 Sep 2016 10:24:03
From:  Office of Human Resources [humres at bridgew.edu]
Subject: Arabic; Anthropological Linguistics; General Linguistics: Assistant Professor, Bridgewater State University, Massachusetts, USA

 
University or Organization: Bridgewater State University 
Department: Office of Human Resources/Recruitment
Job Location: Massachusetts, USA 
Web Address: https://jobs.bridgew.edu
Job Title: Assistant Professor, Anthropology and Global Languages and Literatures
Job Rank: Assistant Professor

Specialty Areas: Anthropological Linguistics; General Linguistics 

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

Description:

BSU offers the only Anthropology Major at any of the Massachusetts State
Universities. The Anthropology Department provides a strong liberal arts
curriculum aimed at developing well-rounded, informed citizens with strong
critical thinking abilities. Department programs also impart skills to
students, preparing them for a wide range of professions. The department
encourages students to continue on to graduate study.

Anthropology Department faculty members engage in research and community
service; the department encourages student-faculty collaborative research. We
offer three separate concentrations in the major: General Anthropology,
Cultural Anthropology and Public Archaeology. We have a summer archaeology
field school, an international interdisciplinary field school in Trinidad and
offer study abroad travel opportunities.

Essential Duties:

The successful candidate will have the ability to teach lower and upper
division courses in Anthropology, including Peoples and Cultures of the Middle
East as well as a new 100-level Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology
course. The successful candidate should be able to teach some currently
offered lower and upper division courses and add offerings in the Anthropology
of the Middle East and other areas of expertise, including writing- and/or
speaking-intensive courses as well as Introductory and Intermediary Arabic.
The candidate is also expected to maintain an active research agenda and
engage in University service.

Please visit our job site for full details.



Application Deadline: 31-Dec-2016 (Open until filled)
	  
Web Address for Applications: https://jobs.bridgew.edu/postings/2602 
Contact Information
	Office of Human Resources 
	Email: humres at bridgew.edu 
	Phone: 508-531-1324 


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