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Basic Qualifications: All applicants must have an earned Ph D in modern Hebrew literature/language or a closely related field, teaching excellence as demonstrated by course evaluation summaries, potential for strong record of scholarly publication as demonstrated by publications and research agenda, native or near native fluency in Hebrew as well as in English, and experience in use of instructional technology.
Information about the department and current faculty members can be found at https://cnelc.edu; see also, for the Judaic Studies Program https://judaic.edu.
Candidates should submit electronically, in PDF form, the following material: a cover letter; curriculum vitae; the names, positions, and e-mail addresses of three academic references; sample course syllabi (if the candidate has taught courses); and two samples of writing totaling no more than fifty pages.
The position entails overseeing, staffing, and shaping the modern Hebrew offerings as the Hebrew Program Coordinator, under the oversight of the department chair; teaching courses on Hebrew language and literature in the original and in translation, and involvement with the Judaic Studies Program.
of Jewish History and Contemporary Jewry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (open rank).
The position is open to individuals who hold a doctorate degree and for advanced doctoral students whose Ph D will be conferred no later than July 1, 2017.
Then the same courier-ship gets downloads from the other planets and returns to its point of origin to share info across the star systems.
Traveller has something called X-boats, they hang out beyond the 100 diameter jump limit of a planet, they receive information transmitted to them and store them in memory ant at an appointed time, they make a jump to jump space, spend about 5 days in jump space, then emerge back in normal space just beyond 100 diameters from their destination planet and then begin transmitting everything they received from the sender planet to the destination planet.
Job requirements: Candidates are sought for a tenure-track position in early modern history of the Jewish people in Europe. Successful candidates are expected to conduct independent and original research at the highest academic level, demonstrate academic leadership, compete for Israeli and international research grants and have the ability to cooperate with colleagues within the Faculty of Humanities and beyond.