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Applications are invited for the following positions for a period of 4 months from the date of joining or till the regular incumbent joins duty, whichever is earlier during the academic session 2018-19 (subject to the approval from the University):
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH, ITALIAN, PORTUGUESE ON AD-HOC BASIS
Number of Vacancies: 11 as per details given below
French: 03 (UR-1, ST-1, OBC-1)
German: 03 (UR-3)
Italian: 01 (SC-1)
Portuguese: 02 (UR-1, OBC-1)
Spanish: 02 (UR-1, OBC-1)
Two additional vacancies in German, as given below (subject to approval from the University):
German: 01 (OBC-1) + 01* (UR)
Scale of pay: Rs. 15,600-39,100 (PB-3) plus AGP Rs. 6,000/- plus allowances. Download details
Applications are invited for the following positions of Guest Faculty against the vacant post of Associate Professor in French, German, Italian and Spanish for a period of 4 months from the date of joining or till the regular incumbent joins duty, whichever is earlier during the academic session 2018-19 (subject to the approval from the University):
Number of Vacancies: 08 as per details given below
Professor Inmaculada Santos Diaz (University of Malaga, Spain), Workshop on Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language. Tentative Dates 21-25 August 2016.
Professor Alfonso Garcia Osuna (City University of New York), "The Impact of the United States Film Industry on Latin American Identity Patterning" and "Suite Habana: Doctrine, Melancholy and Cultural Change in the New Cuba" Tentative Dates: second week of January 2017.
Professor Florencia Garramuno (University of San Andres, Buenos Aires), "Experiments in Contemporary Literature" and "Tango Samba, Nation : Cultural Forms and National Identity". Tentative Dates: Second Week of January, 2017.
Prof. Claude Chastagner, Director of Graduate Studies in Applied Foreign Languages, University of Paul Valery, Montpellier. Talks on i) May 1968; ii) Impact of Blues Music on Western Sounds.
Clara Penalver, crime writer will deliver a talk on 18th January 2016 in Spanish at 2.30 p.m. in Room No. 32. (Courtesy Instituto Cervantes)
Talk by Valeria Manca (Rusell Liceo, Rome Italy) on 22 December 2015 on "Eroticism and the Feminine in Latin American literature".
Visit of Ambassador of Portugal H.E. Jorge Roza de Oliveira for Portuguese day on 24th September 2015.
Talk by Andrea Bianchetti (Italian section) on 24th September 2015.
Talk by Asha Miro (Nasik/ Mumbai/Barcelona) in Spanish "Historia de mi vida: Libros que transforman" (courtesy Cervantes Institute) on 24th September at 2.30 p.m. in Room No. 32 of the Department
Viva of Hemlata Giri (French) on 23 October 2015, 11:00 a.m.
Lecture on Emile Zola by Professor Pages (Professor of French Literature at Sorbonne Nouvelle University, Paris 3) on Wednesday 28 October 2015, 12 noon on the topic : « Zola et l’affaire Dreyfus : le moment de l’engagement » – « Zola et la défense de la liberté d’expression » – « Actualités de l’affaire Dreyfus » – « Les engagements d’Emile Zola : de Germinal à l’affaire Dreyfus ».
Lectures by Dr. Dominique de Gasquet 16th to 18th November 2015, All days at 12 noon.
i) Dialogue des cultures Marguerite Yourcenar /Yukio Mishima
ii) Nouvelles orientales : Comment wang Fô fut sauvé
iii) Cinq no modernes de Mishima trad. de Yourcenar
4. Lecture by Dr. Giovanna Minardi, Associate Professor (Latin American Literature) University of Palermo Italy, (Tentative Date between 14-19 December 2015) on Mexican Revolution and Nellie Campobello.
Subject: Foundation Day, 1 May 2015
The University of Delhi, established on 1st May 1922, has been celebrating its Foundation Day for the last few years. The celebrations this year will be held on Friday, 1st May 2015 at 9.45 am with flag hoisting and followed by a programme at the Convention Hall, Viceregal Lodge, University of Delhi.
Professor Upendra Baxi, Former Vice Chancellor, University of Delhi has kindly agreed to grace the occasion as Chief Guest. Vice Chancellor Prof. Dinesh Singh will preside on the occasion.
All are welcome.
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