LINGUIST List 10.1350

Mon Sep 13 1999

Jobs: Research Asst. Sociolinguistics/England

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  1. Sali Tagliamonte, Research Assistant, Sociolinguistics

Message 1: Research Assistant, Sociolinguistics

Date: Mon, 13 Sep 1999 21:53:21 -0400 (EDT)
From: Sali Tagliamonte <st17york.ac.uk>
Subject: Research Assistant, Sociolinguistics

		
		
		RESEARCH ASSISTANT, Sociolinguistics/Language Variation and Change
		DEPARTMENT LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTIC SCIENCE, 
 University of York, York, England
		
		
		Applications are invited for a position as a Research Assistant in the
		Department of Language and Linguistic Science for work on a project
		funded by the ESRC entitled: "Grammatical Variation and Change in
		British English: Perspectives from York. The position is available 
 for 24 months from appointment, which is likely to be on or before
 1 January 2000 at a salary of �16,286, depending on experience 
 and qualifications.
		
		It is expected that the appointee will have at least a Masters 
 degree in Sociolinguistics, Language Variation and Change, or 
 equivalent, and preferably significant postgraduate research 
 experience.
		
		Informal inquiries can also be made to Sali Tagliamonte (Department of
		Language & Linguistic Science, University of York, Heslington, 
 YORK YO1 5DD,
		e-mail:
		st17york.ac.uk).
		
		Further particulars and details of how to apply may be obtained by
		writing to the Personnel Office, University of York, Heslington, YORK
		YO10 5DD, or by email: jobsyork.ac.uk, quoting reference number 
 1/6066
		or see http://www.york.ac.uk/admin/persnl/jobs/6066htm. 
		
		Further information about the Department is available on the 
 World Wide Web:
		http://www.york.ac.uk/depts/lang/
		
		The closing for applications is Wednesday 20 October 1999.
		
		
		
		
		Sali Tagliamonte E-mail: st17york.ac.uk
		Department of Language URL: http://www.york.ac.uk/~st17/
		and Linguistic Science 
		University of York 
		Heslington, YORK, YO10 5DD 
		 
		
		
		
		
	
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