LINGUIST List 10.1345

Mon Sep 13 1999

Jobs: Chinese & Spanish, Second Lang Acquisition

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  1. Ania Lian, Lectureships in Chinese and Spanish, University of Canberra, Australia
  2. Martha Ratliff, Second Language Acquisition/German

Message 1: Lectureships in Chinese and Spanish, University of Canberra, Australia

Date: Tue, 14 Sep 1999 07:24:10 +1000
From: Ania Lian <>
Subject: Lectureships in Chinese and Spanish, University of Canberra, Australia

The following positions are available in Canberra, the capital of

University of Canberra
School of Languages & International Education
Division of Communication & Education

$A48,675 - $A57,651 pa Ref No. 99/2087

Two lecturing positions at Academic Level B are available. The
appointees will be required to play a leading role in the development,
teaching and administration of courses and subjects in Chinese/Spanish
(as appropriate), and to contribute to the teaching and research effort
of the School in the field of foreign/second language pedagogy
(including pre-service and postgraduate Language Teacher Education
courses eg. LOTE and TESOL).

The positions are available from January 2000.

Closing Date: 8 October 1999

Selection documentation is available from the University of Canberra
website on or by calling 02 6201 2607
(+61 2 6201 2607 if from overseas) 24 hour answering machine.
Applicants are advised to obtain the selection documentation in the
first instance and then any further enquiries may be directed to
Professor Andrew Lian, email:

Applications should be addressed to:

Recruitment Officer 1D107
University of Canberra ACT 2601

The University is
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Message 2: Second Language Acquisition/German

Date: Mon, 13 Sep 1999 11:57:31 -0400
From: Martha Ratliff <>
Subject: Second Language Acquisition/German

Wayne State University
German & Slavic Studies, Detroit, Michigan 48202
Assistant/Associate Professor of German

Wayne State University announces an opening for a tenure-track
assistant professor or associate professor (tenure possible) in
second-language acquisition/pedagogy. The position provides the
opportunity to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in German, to
collaborate with other language departments in developing our newly
established Master of Arts in Language Learning, and to teach in our
long-standing interdepartmental Ph.D. program in Modern
Languages. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in German; an excellent record
of college-level teaching experience; a demonstrated record of ongoing
scholarly research and publications in the field of second-language
acquisition/pedagogy commensurate with appointment at either the
assistant-professor or associate-professor level; the ability to
advise teaching assistants and graduate students working in this area
of specialization; and native or near-native fluency in
German. Starting date August 2000. Send cover letter, c.v., three
letters of recommendation, and official transcript to Donald Haase,
Chair, German & Slavic Studies, Wayne State University, 443 Manoogian
Hall, 906 W. Warren Ave., Detroit MI 48202. Application deadline:
Nov. 15, 1999, for consideration by search committee on
Nov. 16. Applications from women and minorities strongly encouraged.
Wayne State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action
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