The Latin American Studies Center (LASC) at the University of Colorado, Boulder, invites applications for the position of lecturer in Quechua Language and Andean Culture. The position is part of LASC’s undergraduate certificate program in Latin American and Latinx Studies. Besides teaching the Quechua courses at beginning and intermediate levels, the successful candidate will participate actively in the academic life of LASC, coordinate outreach activities to build the new Quechua Program, develop online curriculum, and be a consultant for graduate students in the Department of Linguistics. Applicants must hold at least an MA degree and a demonstrated record of teaching is required. The anticipated start date is January 4th, 2021.
LASC is committed to building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive academic setting, and welcomes applicants from a range of backgrounds whose work and experience will contribute that effort.
Applicants should submit a cover letter, CV, a syllabus for beginning or intermediate level of Quechua, proof of excellence in teaching, a teaching/vision statement, and 2 letters of recommendation to Leila.gomez @ colorado.edu. The search committee will start reviewing applications on November 6th 2020, and will continue until position is filled.
The Latin American Studies Center provides an institutional space for research and teaching in Latin America and Latinx Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder. LASC brings together cross-disciplinary research and education through our research clusters, community events, new curriculum and outreach collaborations, strengthening links with Latin America and with communities of Latin American origin in the United States.
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