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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Seeking Navajo Language Lecturer to Teach at Stanford University

Seeking Navajo Language Lecturer to Teach at Stanford University
Position: Navajo Language Lecturer
Institution: Stanford University
Location: Stanford, CA
Category: Faculty - Liberal Arts - Linguistics
Date: 05/11/2011
Application Due: Open Until Filled
Type: Part Time
Work Location: Stanford University campus or Long Distance Teaching

Position Summary
The Special Language is seeking to hire a Lecturer to teach the Navajo
language for academic year 2011-12. The teaching duties for the Navajo
Language Lecturer include 1 class per quarter for 3 quarters of introductory
Navajo language for undergraduates and graduates. The goal is to expand the
Navajo language program in terms of levels, and research and teaching

Other Native American languages currently taught are Lakota, Hawaiian and
Quechua. For more information on the Special Language Program see

Minimum Qualifications
1) BS degree
2) Native or near-native Navajo language fluency

Preferred Qualifications
1) Proficiency in Navajo reading and writing
2) History of previous experience with and knowledge of Navajo culture
3) Experience in teaching Navajo language at high school or college level

For Best Consideration

Required Documents
Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae, List of References (Faculty/Exec)

Special Instructions to Applicants
Please send application to Eva Prionas at Call 650-704-7564
regarding any questions.


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