LINGUIST List 10.1831

Tue Nov 30 1999

Jobs: French Applied Ling, Phonetics

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  1. Charles J. Stivale, French Applied Ling:Tenure/Tenure Track Asst/Assoc Prof at Wayne State University, USA
  2. Daniel Valois, Phonetics:Tenure Track at Universiti de Montrial, Canada

Message 1: French Applied Ling:Tenure/Tenure Track Asst/Assoc Prof at Wayne State University, USA

Date: Mon, 29 Nov 1999 16:14:07 -0500
From: Charles J. Stivale <ad4928wayne.edu>
Subject: French Applied Ling:Tenure/Tenure Track Asst/Assoc Prof at Wayne State University, USA

Please post the following job notice:

Tenured or tenure-track position. Assistant or Associate Professor of
applied linguistics, acquisition of French as a second language, and/or
methodology; evidence of strong commitment to research. Experience with
state-of-the-art technologies in language learning essential. Duties
include supervision and coordination of basic courses; development of
multi-media technology center resources; participation in teaching courses
and advising in the Masters of Arts in Language Learning program; and
teaching language courses at all levels. Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D. in
hand as of start of contract date. College teaching experience. Native or
near-native proficiency in French. We especially encourage applications
from those in underrepresented categories including minorities and women.
Position to begin August 2000. Applicants should indicate availability for
interview at the MLA Convention. Send letter, c.v. and three letters of
recommendation by Dec. 16, 1999, to: Charles J. Stivale, ATTN: French
Search, Dept. of Romance Languages and Literatures, Wayne State University,
487 Manoogian, Detroit, MI 48202.

Wayne State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.


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Charles J. Stivale
Professor of French, Chair
Dept. of Romance Languages and Literatures
Wayne State University
Detroit, MI 48202
313-577-6244/3002; fax: 313-577-6243
http://www.langlab.wayne.edu/Romance/Romance.html
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Message 2: Phonetics:Tenure Track at Universiti de Montrial, Canada

Date: Tue, 30 Nov 1999 16:51:18 -0500
From: Daniel Valois <daniel.valoisUMontreal.CA>
Subject: Phonetics:Tenure Track at Universiti de Montrial, Canada

Facult� des Arts et des Sciences
UNIVERSIT� DE MONTR�AL

TENURE-TRACK POSITION IN LINGUISTICS
The Department of Linguistics and Translation of the Universit� de
Montr�al invites applications for a tenure-track position in phonetics.

FUNCTIONS
The person filling the position will be required to teach phonetics at
both the undergraduate and graduate levels, to supervise M.A. and Ph.D.
students, and to be responsible for the phonetics laboratory. S/he will
also be expected to be active in research and publication. CAPACITY TO
TEACH COURSES IN FRENCH IS REQUIRED.

QUALIFICATIONS
Ph.D. Linguistics or equivalent with specialization in phonetics. Ph.D.
should be in hand or defended by the time of appointment (June 1,
2000). Teaching experience and quality research and publications are
expected.

SALARY AND BENEFITS
The Universit� de Montr�al offers competitive salaries and a full array
of fringe benefits.

DATE OF APPOINTMENT
June 1, 2000

Candidates should send r�sum�s, the names of three referees, and copies
of recent publications to:

Dr. Richard Patry
D�partement de linguistique et de traduction
Universit� de Montr�al
C.P. 6128, Succursale Centre-ville
Montr�al (Qu�bec)
H3C 3J7

CLOSING DATE
January 28, 2000

In agreement with Canadian government immigration regulations,
preference is given to Canadian citizens and landed immigrants. The
University is an equal opportunity employer and accords women equal
access to the workplace


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