[lg policy] Position at ASU in Japanese Applied Linguistics
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Fri Nov 9 15:57:40 UTC 2012
The School of International Letters and Cultures (SILC) at Arizona State
University (Tempe campus), invites applications for a tenure-track
Assistant or early Associate Professor in Japanese Linguistics, with an
emphasis on applied linguistics and language acquisition. The appointment
begins August 16, 2013. By the time of appointment the candidate must have
completed a PhD in Japanese linguistics with a significant emphasis in
The successful candidate’s responsibilities will include teaching courses
on modern Japanese, directing the Japanese language program, developing a
formal academic program in Japanese pedagogy, and teaching, as needed, an
introductory course on linguistics. The normal teaching load will be two
courses per semester.
Required qualifications include: 1) native or near-native proficiency in
Japanese and English; 2) ability to teach modern Japanese at all levels; 3)
evidence of capability to coordinate and direct the modern Japanese
language program; and 4) ability to design a graduate program in Teaching
Japanese as a Second Language.
Desired qualifications include: 1) experience mentoring and supervising
teaching assistants, working knowledge of a second Asian language.
To apply, submit electronically to
https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/ASU/SILC the following materials: 1) a
current curriculum vita; 2) a letter addressed to Professor Anthony
Chambers, Search Committee Chair, describing current and future research
program, teaching philosophy, teaching and administrative experience, and
how the applicant’s experience fits the area of expertise described above;
3) a representative writing sample; and 4) the names, positions, and
contact information of three references, who will be contacted directly by
Application deadline is November 14, 2012. Review of applications will
begin immediately and continue weekly until the search is closed.
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