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- Kamakakuokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies, position number LECA, School of Hawaiian Knowledge (Manoa), part-time, for placement in department lecture applicant pool for Fall 2018, Spring 2019; and/or future semesters contingent on course offerings, staffing needs, sufficient enrollment and pending availability of funds.
- 1. Teach undergraduate/graduate level courses according to HWST department approved syllabi such as HWST 107: Hawai‘i: Center of the Pacific; HWST 222: Intro to Hawaiian Fiberarts; HWST 281: Ho?okele I: Hawaiian Astronomy and HWST 281L: Ho’okele I: Laboratory; HWST 282: Ho?okele II: Hawaiian Navigation and HWST 282L: Ho?okele II: Laboratory; HWST 325: Advanced Hawaiian Printmaking; HWST 351: Mahi?ai Kalo I: Kalo Cultivation; HWST 352: Mahi?ai Kalo II: Advanced Kalo Cultivation; HWST 353 Malama Loko I?a; HWST 372: Oli Makawalu.
- 2. Other related duties including preparing course syllabus, grading, and maintaining weekly office hours.
- 1. B.A. in a field of study closely allied to Hawaiian culture, history, language, and/or arts;
- 2. Translation proficiency in the Hawaiian language;
- 3. Evidence of ability to teach effectively and to direct group discussions;
- 4. Teaching experience at the university level or equivalent.
- 1. M.A and/or Ph.D. in a field of study closely allied to Hawaiian culture history, language, and/or arts;
- 2. Sufficient fluency in the Hawaiian language in order to teach in Hawaiian;
- 3. Completed training to teach HWST 107 course; 4. Strong oral and written communication skills;
- Kamakakuokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies Lecture Pool
- 2645 Dole Street, KAMA 209A
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- Dr. Antoinette Freitas, Director; 808-956-0591; firstname.lastname@example.org
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