Seeking Part-time Language Teaching Faculty in the Department of Indigenous Studies
The University of Sudbury, a bilingual and tri-cultural institution and founding member of the Laurentian Federation, invites applications for sessional faculty members to offer intermediate Nishnaabemwin courses for the 2020-2021 academic year:
INDG 3316 E (01) – Intermediate Nishnaabemwin C
This course expands on the principles covered in INDG 2516 by focusing on questions that employ interrogative adverbs. In this course, such questions will have third person objects. The structures will also enable students to include conditional and other kinds of dependent clauses in their sentences.
Individuals should have a demonstrated ability for excellence in teaching; a master’s degree in a related field; and used to writing in Nishnaabemwin using the double-vowel system, the system used in the correspondence course manual for this course. Note that applications from second language learners, who have reached an advanced level of proficiency in Nishnaabemwin, will be considered. Aabdek wii-Nishnaabemat wa nendwaangzhet. Aapji gego daa-nishin n’gadzit maanda nikeyiing zhi-Nishnaabebii’get wa nendwaangzhet.
Giishpin wii-ndawaangzheyin wii-kinoomaageyin maanda, biijbii’maw Mary Ann Corbiere, email@example.com gdoo-c.v. gewe bi-dgo-niindaawen. Please send your application by July 23, 2020. Later applications may be considered if the position(s) remain unfilled.
This announcement is directed primarily but not exclusively to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada. The University of Sudbury encourages applications from all qualified individuals, including women, Indigenous peoples, members of visible and ethnic minorities, and persons with disabilities.