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The Department of Language, Culture, and Communication, Modern and Classical Languages, invites applications for a full-time (six courses per year), tenure-track, open rank Professor of language, literature and culture, Arabic faculty position. Appointment begins September 1, 2019. Funding for this position has been approved.
The Department of Language, Culture, and Communication has 20 faculty members representing Communication, Comparative Literature, Composition, Film Studies, Journalism, Linguistics, Modern and Classical Languages (Arabic, Armenian, French, German, Greek, Latin, and Spanish), and Speech disciplines. Please visit our website for more information https://umdearborn.edu/casl/departments/language-culture-and-communication
Specialization in culture and literature of Arabic-speaking peoples or countries with one or more of the secondary areas: Arabic diaspora, Arab-American and/or Arab literature, multicultural and/or gender issues in the Arab world, mediated cultures/film of Arabic-speaking peoples.
Native or near-native language proficiency.
Teaching and research interests in any aspect of the cultural and literary production of Arabic-speaking countries required. Candidate must be able to teach all levels (Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced) of Arabic language. Candidate must also be able to develop and teach courses on the culture and literature of the Arabic world as well as have experience in building a major in Arabic Studies and in working with Arab and Arab-American communities.
A PhD is required prior to appointment date of September 1, 2019
Candidate must show potential for and commitment to teaching in a communicative-based language program, as well as working with talented and diverse students at the undergraduate level. Candidate will work with heritage students and native speakers of Arabic. Familiarity with the technology for language teaching is highly desirable. In addition to the teaching duties, the candidate will direct the Arabic program and participate in the discipline’s extracurricular and outreach activities, as well as work closely with students and faculty to grow the Arabic Studies profile within the University of Michigan-Dearborn and its surrounding community.
This position is posted as Assistant Professor/Associate Professor. The rank of the selected candidate will depend upon candidates qaulifications.
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