The Council on African Studies at the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale University invites applications for a Lector or Senior Lector in African Languages for IsiZulu beginning July 1, 2020 for a three-year term, renewable, with rank dependent on qualifications/experience. Primary duties include teaching six courses in an academic year: three in the Fall and three in the Spring. The courses are comprised of Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced IsiZulu. The successful candidate will also be encouraged to consider proposing a new course based on his/her area of research interest. He/she will be responsible for developing the curriculum and pedagogic materials for IsiZulu and related linguistic/cultural resources. The incumbent will also advise students and participate collaboratively in the development of African Studies programming at Yale. We are especially interested in candidates whose language and content expertise will complement existing cross-disciplinary scholarship in the Council. The individual will also teach through Yale’s shared course initiative, in which students from partner institutions participate online in beginning and advanced language courses. Salary is commensurate with experience and background.