[KS] FW: Visiting professor in Budapest

Buswell, Robert buswell at humnet.ucla.edu
Sun Jun 15 20:06:05 EDT 2008

Colleagues: Eotvos Lorand University (ELTE), the premier university in
Budapest, Hungary, is looking for an associate or full professor of
Korean Studies who would be interested in teaching at the university for
a year or longer.  Courses are to be taught in English, and may include
content courses in any field of specialization in Korean Studies.  The
university is currently seeking to establish a Korean major and needs to
have an associate or full professor on the faculty while it goes through
the Hungarian accreditation procedure. The professor will not be
expected to teach language, but could offer advanced reading courses in
his or her areas of expertise. Competitive salary will be provided by a
grant to the university from the Korea Foundation and ELTE provides a
nice flat for the visiting professor, free of charge.  This position
could be an exciting opportunity to spend an extended period in one of
the most beautiful cities in Europe, in one of the strongest East Asian
departments among all Central European universities. The university is
also located in one of the nicest parts of the city, within easy walking
distance of the Danube and the walking district on the Pest side of the
city.  I visited ELTE for a few weeks this spring and was extremely
impressed with the city and the university's East Asian program. 


Please contact directly the head of the department, Professor HAMAR
Imre, if you are interested.  His e-mail is imre.hamar at gmail.com





Robert Buswell, Professor of Chinese & Korean Buddhism

Department of Asian Langs. & Cultures

Director, Center for Buddhist Studies

290 Royce Hall, Box 951540, UCLA, 

Los Angeles, CA 90095-1540

email: Buswell at humnet.ucla.edu


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