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Columbia University is hiring for 5 language instructor positions, including Hausa. See below for the general and Hausa sections of the announcment; the full text can be read at http://www.pambazuka.org/index.php?id=27171 or http://lang.nalrc.wisc.edu/nalrc/news/announcement/jobs.html (Columbia's site of course is http://www.columbia.edu/ ). DZO TEACHING JOBS IN AFRICAN LANGUAGES Columbia University Teaching Jobs in African Languages at Columbia University The Language Resource Center at Columbia University invites applications for the position of part-time lecturer in the following languages; Wolof, Zulu, Hausa, Pulaar, Bambara. These positions are funded by an external grant for a period of four years beginning with the academic year 2005-2006. Renewal in 2009 will depend on program growth and their successful integration and coordination with the work of other programs directly related to the African continent. Columbia University is one of the nation's leading research universities and is home to the Institute of African Studies, one of the nation's leading centers of intellectual discourse on Africa in a wide range of disciplines including anthropology, demography, economics, history, literature, politics, religion, and sociology. Columbia currently offers regular instruction in Kiswahili and has offered courses in several other African languages in the past. ... Hausa Duties: teaching four sections of Hausa to be distributed as follows: one section of Elementary I and Intermediate I Hausa in the Fall semester, and one section of Elementary II and Intermediate II Hausa in the Spring semester. Credentials: M.A. degree preferred, evidence of excellence in language teaching; native command of Hausa and English; ability to work independently and willingness to develop the curriculum; excellent oral and written communication skills. Send letter of application, current curriculum vitae, and e-mail address to: Dr. Stephane Charitos, Director, Language Resource Center, 353 International Affairs Building, MC 3880, Columbia University, NY, NY, 10027. For more information, call (212) 854-6341 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Search will remain open until the position is filled, but applications received by April 15, 2005 will be given priority consideration. ... Dr. Stephane Charitos, Director Language Resource Center 353 IAB, MC 3880 Columbia University NY, NY 10027 Tel: 212.854.6341 Fax: 212.854-9225 Email: email@example.com 2005-03-10 -- Wannan wasik'ar i-mel ce daga H-Hausa, inda za'a cigaba da hira game da harshe da al'adu da tarihi da sauran lamura na Hausawa da mak'wabtansu.