LINGUIST List 10.163

Wed Feb 3 1999

Jobs: Tyopology, TEFL

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  1. Peter Siemund, Typology of Intensifiers and Reflexives
  2. ~t, Assistant Professors and Lecturers in TEFL at Tunghai University

Message 1: Typology of Intensifiers and Reflexives

Date: Tue, 2 Feb 1999 13:26:33 +0000
From: Peter Siemund <siemundkomma.fddi2.fu-berlin.de>
Subject: Typology of Intensifiers and Reflexives


Applications are invited to fill a half-time position within our
research project 'A Typology of Intensifiers and Reflexives'. The
successful candidate should hold a university degree in linguistics or
a related field and should have a strong interest in language
typology, semantics and/or syntax. Some experience in the analysis of
Non-European languages would be especially welcome.

The contract starts on 1 April 1999 and expires after two years. 

The salary is ranked according to the BAT II/a pay scale. 

Further information is available at:
 http://www.philologie.fu-berlin.de/~siemund/dfg/dfg.htm

Applications should be directed to: 
 Prof. Dr. Ekkehard Knig
 Freie Universitt Berlin
 Institut fr Englische Philologie
 Golerstrae 2-4
 14195 Berlin
 Germany


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Tel.: +49 30 838 72344 | Englische Philologie
mail: siemundzedat.fu-berlin.de | Gosslerstrasse 2-4
http://www.philologie.fu-berlin.de/~siemund | D-14195 Berlin
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Message 2: Assistant Professors and Lecturers in TEFL at Tunghai University

Date: Wed, 3 Feb 1999 11:51:56 +0800 (CST)
From: ~t <flldmail.thu.edu.tw>
Subject: Assistant Professors and Lecturers in TEFL at Tunghai University


 Assistant Professor(s) and Lecturer(s) in TEFL
 
 Multi-year renewable positions for applicants with M.A. or Ph.D. in
 English, TEFL, Foreign Language Education, Applied Linguistics, or other
 relevant field, preferably with background in educational technology and
 language testing. Courses to be taught include integrated-skills EFL
 courses and writing courses. Standard teaching load is 9-16 hours per
 week. Successful applicants will have demonstrated commitment to
 teaching and scholarship in a regional (Taiwan) and international context,
 be willing to participate in curriculum/program coordination, and be
 willing to make minimum three-year commitment. Send English cover letter,
 vita, graduate transcripts, and at least three reference letters to Dr.
 Karen Kingsbury, Chair, Foreign Languages and Literature Department,
 Tunghai University, Taichung 40704 Taiwan ROC. Provide telephone and fax
 numbers or e-mail address; our web address is http://mail.thu.edu.tw/~flld
 Deadline for receipt of applications: March 1, 1999.


Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
Tunghai University
Taichung, Taiwan R.O.C.
flldmail.thu.edu.tw
http://mail.thu.edu.tw/~flld



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