LINGUIST List 10.157

Tue Feb 2 1999

Jobs: General Linguistics, Korean Linguistics

Editor for this issue: Scott Fults <>


  1. Ning Chunyan, Leadership in Linguistics Program, P.R. China
  2. Gudrun Parsons, Korean Ling at Hamburg University

Message 1: Leadership in Linguistics Program, P.R. China

Date: Wed, 06 Jan 1999 07:26:33 +0800
From: Ning Chunyan <>
Subject: Leadership in Linguistics Program, P.R. China

Institute of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics 
(Graduate Studies in Linguistics) 
Guangdong Foreign Studies University
Guangzhou (Canton), P.R. China

Is looking for Leadership in Linguistics Program

Job Description:

Applicants will be expected to:

* play a leading role in further enhancing the high profile of the
 institute as the only key program in linguistics and applied
 linguistics accredited by the state and in upgrading the program to
 the standard in North America;
* provide courses at the MA degree level and the Ph.D degree level;
* perform, stimulate and supervise research in the areas such as
 syntax, language acquisition and psycholinguistics, among others;
* attune and assure the academic quality of the research and education;
* maintain and develop international contacts.

The job is on a renewable two-year contract basis.


(1) Ph.D. degree in linguistics, preferably from a North American University;
(2) A comprehensive research experience, evident in publications;
(3) Demonstrable qualities of leadership;
(4) The area of specialization is open, but preference will be given
 to those in theoretical linguistics, language acquisition, syntax and


(1) 100,000 Yuan (approximately 12,000 U.S. dollars) a year as a
 special honored professorship;
(2) plus a monthly salary (12 months) of 4,000 Yuan (approximately 500
 U.S dollars);
(3) plus free housing (a two-bedroom flat);
(4) plus free medic care;
(5) plus the air tickets for the applicant and his/her spouse;
(6) plus other benefits enjoyed by the staff members of the university.

Starting Date: September 01, 1999

Documents:(email submission to is preferred)

(1) Curriculum Vitae
(2) List of Publications
(3) Contact information of two referees

A telephone Interview can be arranged.

Application and its Deadline:

		Documents must reach by July, 1999

Dr. Ning Chunyan,
Institute of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics
Guangdong Foreign Studies University
P.R. China, 510421

Informal inquiry may be made with:

			Dr. Ning Chunyan
			Tel: (20) 86548889
			Fax: (20) 86627367

The Institute:

* the only leading academic entity in the area of linguistics and
 applied linguistics accredited by the state;
* with 24 staff members in the program;
* with an enrollment of about 100 graduate students at MA level and at
 Ph.D. level
* the strongest in psycholinguistics, language acquisition, syntax,
 theoretical linguistics, testing and lexicography.
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Message 2: Korean Ling at Hamburg University

Date: Tue, 2 Feb 1999 11:33:39 +0100
From: Gudrun Parsons <>
Subject: Korean Ling at Hamburg University


Fachbereich: 		Orientalistik
Seminar/Institut: 	Arbeitsbereich Koreanistik im 
Seminar fr Sprache und Kultur Chinas
Ab 1.3.1999 ist die 1/2 Stelle einer

Wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiterin/
eines Wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiters

im Angestelltenverhltnis der Besoldungsgruppe 
1/2 BAT IIa zu besetzen.
Die Stelle ist befristet bis zum 31.12.2000.

Abgeschlossenes Studium der Koreanistik oder 
koreanische Muttersprache mit 
abgeschlossenem Studium der Germanistik, Deutsch 
als Fremdsprache, oder Linguistik
Mitarbeit bei philologischen und/oder 
literaturwissenschaftlichen Lehrbuchprojekten
Es besteht die Mglichkeit zur Promotion.
Gem 24, Abs. 3 des Hamburger 

Die Universitt Hamburg strebt eine Erhhung des 
Anteils von Frauen am wissenschaftlichen 
Personal an und fordert deshalb qualifizierte 
Frauen nachdrcklich auf, sich zu bewerben.
Bei gleicher Eignung werden Schwerbehinderte bei 
der Stellenbesetzung bevorzugt 
Bewerbungen mit den blichen Unterlagen werden
bis zum 15. Februar 1999
erbeten an:

Universitt Hamburg
Fachbereich Orientalistik
Rothenbaumchaussee 67/69
20148 Hamburg
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