Specialization in Terminology and Computer-Assisted Translation and a broad background in Translation Studies. Ability to teach foundation courses in Translation Studies, including Terminology and CAT, and Theory and Practice of Translation, and supervise capstone projects.
Expertise in one and preferably two languages (Romance, Slavic and East Asian languages preferred but all languages will be considered), so that s/he can teach language pair courses into English from one or two of these languages. Ph.D. in hand preferred; MA or ABD will be considered.
Teaching load will be three courses or equivalent per semester and will most likely consist of TRST 407 (Terminology and CAT), TRST 410 (Theory and Practice of Translation), TRST 440 (Capstone), Language Pair Work and other elective courses as needed. Course descriptions are found at www.translation.illinois.edu.
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College Name or Administrative Unit:Liberal Arts and Sciences
Title: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: Visiting Lecturer/ Visiting Instructor - Center for Translation Studies (F1200199). Close Date: 02/15/2013