The Department of French and Italian seeks to fill a Lecturer in Italian position to teach one or more precepts for ITA 319: The Literature of Gastronomy during the spring 2020 semester. Responsibilities include attending lecture sessions, teaching precept(s), grading student work, and holding weekly office hours. Appointment duty time is subject to enrollments and departmental need and may begin February 1, 2020. Review of applications begins January 17, 2020 and continues until any available position is filled.Essential qualifications:Native or near-native fluency in Italian and English, proven experience teaching Italian as a Foreign Language at university level, experience in program and curricular development highly desirable. Master's degree or enrollment in a Ph.D. program required; Ph.D. preferred. Experience in culture-based instruction, integration of new technologies and curriculum development. Preference will be given to candidates with a background in Italian as a Foreign Language and/or Linguistics, SLA or Applied Linguistics, although other fields will be considered. This position is subject to the University's background check policy. Due to the volume of applications, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.Applicants are to apply online at https://dof.princeton.edu/academicjobs and submit the following documents:1. Curriculum vitae, including description of teaching experience2. Cover letter that describes teaching interests, areas of expertise, and scholarly experience in the relevant fields3. Statement of teaching: no more than 500 words explaining how the candidate has approached or would approach the courses he or she wishes to teach4. Two recent teaching evaluations 5. One reference letter addressing teaching (to be submitted online directly by the referee)6. Complete contact information for two additional professional references (to be submitted by applicant)
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