2011 Critical Languages Institute Students’ and Instructors’ Opportunities at Arizona State University, Deadline March 1


Arizona State University is now accepting applications for the Summer 2011 session of its Critical Languages Institute (CLI).

CLI courses are tuition free. Full and partial fellowships are available for most languages.

CLI offers two tracks:

TRACK ONE is an 8+3 hybrid program: 8-weeks on the ASU Main Campus with an optional 3-week overseas continuation course (May 31-July 23 at ASU, July 25 – August 12 overseas):

-          Albanian (Arizona & Tirana)
-          Armenian (Arizona & Yerevan)
-          Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian (Arizona & Sarajevo)
-          Farsi (Arizona & Dushanbe)
-          Hebrew (Arizona)
-          Macedonian (Arizona & Ohrid)
-          Persian (Arizona & Dushanbe)
-          Polish (Arizona & Poznan)
-          Russian (Arizona & Kazan)
-          Tajik (Arizona & Dushanbe)
-          Uzbek (Arizona & Tashkent)
-          Yiddish (Arizona)

TRACK TWO is an 8-week program in Kazan, Russia (June 20 – August 12):

-          Russian (200, 300 and 400 levels only)
-          Tatar (all levels)

Application deadline: March 1, 2011.

For more information, see: http://cli.asu.edu or email cli@asu.edu.

In addition CLI is hiring language instructors for the following languages and levels:

Intermediate Albanian
Intermediate Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian
Elementary & Intermediate Macedonian

Applications received by December 17, 2010 will have first priority. Thereafter applications will be reviewed weekly until the search is
closed.

Application package must include a detailed letter of interest stating qualifications and teaching experience; a CV; and a list of three references. Materials should be sent to cli@asu.edu or mailed to BCS Search Committee, Critical Languages Institute, PO Box 874202, Tempe, AZ, 85287-4202.

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