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Greetings from the Hutton Honors College. I am writing today to highlight two different types of HHC course development grants linked to international experiences. Both are in line with President McRobbie’s strong commitment toward globalism and international matters and with Provost Robel’s dedication to enhancing our interdisciplinary curriculum.

Learn a South Asian language this summer!
The South Asia Summer Language Institute (SASLI) based at the University of Wisconsin – Madison is offering intensive summer courses in the following South Asian languages:
Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Malayalam, Marathi, Pashto, Sanskrit, Sinhala, Tamil, Telugu, Tibetan and Urdu
SASLI will be offering Third-Year Hindi and Third-Year Urdu in addition to the elementary and intermediate level courses. All other classes will be offered at the elementary and intermediate levels only.

One award of $7,500 plus tuition fee remission for one academic semester will provide support to an Indiana University graduate student of the Russian East European region near the completion of his or her doctoral program in any field. The fellowship is intended for applicants who have completed all course work, passed all required preliminary examinations, received approval for their research proposal, and completed all formal components of their dissertation field research or data collection.

REEI offers two grants to support research-related travel for preliminary dissertation field activities such as exploring potential research sites, archives, and other research resources, establishing institutional affiliations, and identifying and meeting with scholars, archivists and specialists. The grants are primarily intended for doctoral students who will apply in the next academic year for funding to conduct dissertation research abroad.

Apply to Teach at SASLI

The SASLI 2017 teacher application is now open! The assured consideration deadline is February 5, 2017.

For detailed listings of the current job openings, please visit the Position Vacancy Listings (PVLs) linked below. There is a separate PVL for Hindi Lecturers, as there may be slightly different job duties for this position. The application process is the same regardless of position applying for. Please read the PVL postings carefully and contact us if you have questions.

Friday–Saturday, March 24-25, IMU Dogwood Room

Friday–Saturday, March 24-25, IMU Dogwood Room

Keynote Speaker: 4:30pm, IMU Dogwood Room

Workshop participants

Keynote speaker: Jamal Elias, Walter H. Annenberg Professor in the Humanities and Professor of Religious Studies and South Asia Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. Professor Elias will discuss the fragmentation of authority in Islam from a thematic, methodological and comparative viewpoint.

Indiana University’s Art History Association seeks papers for its 27th annual graduate symposium: "Occupying the Ivory Tower." This year, we will create a constructive space for emerging academics and museum professionals to discuss and critique the very institutions we are training to inhabit. By challenging the notion of the “Ivory Tower,” we will examine the impact art and art history can have both inside and outside of the institutions that house them.

Intro to Turkey:
Language, Society and Culture
CEUS-R 181
2nd 8-week
Spring 2017
Taught by
Dr. Öner Özçelik
Central Eurasian Studies

Application deadline: February 1, 2017
Notification of award: March 1, 2017

RSVP Deadline: January 30th

The Center for Language Excellence (CLE)
at Indiana University,
cordially invites you to attend our workshop entitled
Using the Target Language 90% or more of the Time at All Levels of Foreign Language Instruction
(Please feel free to forward this invitation to anyone in the IU language community who may want to attend!)

In 2010, ACTFL issued the following position statement on target language usage in the foreign language classroom:


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Fulbright Language Teaching Assistant Spotlight
Alisher Khamidov

On September 1, 2017, the IAUNRC sat down to speak with Alisher, the 2017-2018 FLTA from Uzbekistan. Alisher will assist Dr. Hodjaev with teaching Uzbek language classes for the 2017-2018 Academic Year. These classes are offered through the Department of Central Eurasian Studies. For more information please contact