Upcoming SALTA Workshop! From Idea to Practice: Developing Theme-Based Lesson Plans in Language Classes

Join Mansi Bajaj (Yale University) for a three-part, online workshop covering theme-based syllabus, activity, and assessment development this spring. Workshops are 27-January (syllabus), 10-February (activities), and 17-February (assessment). The workshop is capped at 12 participants, so register early to secure your spot! Register at https://forms.gle/jP1UdXADrkmFmqs86.

SASLI Accepting Applications for Lecturers and Teaching Assistants

SASLI is pleased to announce that it is officially accepting applications for Lecturers and Teaching Assistants for the Summer 2023 program in the following languages: Bengali, Dari, Gujarati, Hindi, Marathi, Nepali, Pashto, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Sinhala, Tamil, Tibetan, and Urdu. All languages are offered at the Elementary and Intermediate levels, and Hindi, Sanskrit, and Urdu are alsoContinue reading “SASLI Accepting Applications for Lecturers and Teaching Assistants”

2023 CLTA Conference Accepting Proposals

CLTA Accepting 2023 Session Proposals CLTA is looking for YOUR great ideas for interest sessions. We will accept these proposals until November 30. Please consider submitting a session proposal. Theme: Keeping Language & culture in the Center of Our Hearts Location of Conference: Visalia Dates: March 16-19, 2023 Proposal Form Here: https://www.tfaforms.com/4892018

Assistant or Associate Professor of Instruction in the Hindi language

Description The Department of Asian Studies at the University of Texas at Austin invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure track Assistant or Associate Professor of Instruction in the Hindi language, to begin Fall semester 2023. The position carries the possibility of annual renewal, contingent upon job performance, the continued needs of the department, and availability of program funding.Continue reading “Assistant or Associate Professor of Instruction in the Hindi language”

AIIS 2023-24Language Programs

The American Institute of Indian Studies (AIIS) is now accepting applications for our 2023-24 summer, semester, and academic year language programs. AIIS offers intensive, immersion-based instruction in over 15 modern and classical South Asian languages at multiple sites in India. APPLICATION DEADLINE: DECEMBER 31, 2022More Info & Applications Full fellowships are available for qualified applicants to the fall semester and academic year programs.(For U.S.Continue reading “AIIS 2023-24Language Programs”

Seeking a Hindi Language Instructor (short term) at UC Berkeley

The Department of South and Southeast Asian Studies at the University of California, Berkeley invites applications for appointment as lecturer of Hindi. The appointee will be required to teach two undergraduate courses for Spring semester, namely Introductory and Intermediate Hindi. Responsibilities include teaching, holding office hours, assigning grades, preparing course materials, maintaining a course websiteContinue reading “Seeking a Hindi Language Instructor (short term) at UC Berkeley”

Library of Congress Junior Fellows Program 2023:Inventory of South Asian Language Serials

Dear SALTA Community, See the opportunity below for your student. A flyer is attached for you to distribute: Apply for 10-week paid summer internship in Washington DC!The Library of Congress Junior Fellows Program is now accepting applications for summer 2023!The Library’s Asian Division seeks a Junior Fellow for a project to inventory South Asian serialsinContinue reading “Library of Congress Junior Fellows Program 2023:Inventory of South Asian Language Serials”

Roundtable Discussion on Less-Commonly Taught South Asian Languages

This Saturday at the Annual Conference on South Asia, Rebecca Manring will chair a roundtable discussion on developing and sustaining under-resourced South Asian language programs. The goal of the discussion is to find ways to make smaller language programs more sustainable and attractive to students. The discussion will take place from 12:15-1:45 pm, Central USContinue reading “Roundtable Discussion on Less-Commonly Taught South Asian Languages”