LINGUIST List 10.1888

Wed Dec 8 1999

Jobs: General Ling, American Studies & Ethnicity

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  1. Shu-hui Peng, General Ling: Tenure-Track/ National Chi Nan Univ, Taiwan R.O.C.
  2. Ed Finegan, American Studies & Ethnicity: Univ of Southern California, USA

Message 1: General Ling: Tenure-Track/ National Chi Nan Univ, Taiwan R.O.C.

Date: Sun, 5 Dec 1999 14:14:10 +0800 (CST)
From: Shu-hui Peng <shpengsn.tpemail.net.tw>
Subject: General Ling: Tenure-Track/ National Chi Nan Univ, Taiwan R.O.C.

Teaching Positions at
National Chi Nan University
Puli, Taiwan, R. O. C.

The Department of Foreign Languages and Literature of National Chi Nan 
University announces the following open positions beginning with the 2000-2001
academic year.

I. Anglo-American Literature (1 tenure-track position) 
 Applicants should hold a Ph.D. in English or a related field by July of 
2000. 

II. Linguistics (1 tenure-track position)
 Applicants should hold a Ph.D. by July of 2000, preferably, Computational 
Linguistics or Applied Linguistics

III. English Language Teaching (1 tenure-track position)
 Applicants (Native speakers of English are preferred.) should hold a Ph.D. 
by July of 2000 in related fields.

In addition to conducting and publishing scholarly research, full-time faculty 
are required to teach undergraduate courses such as composition, conversation, 
reading, and listening lab.

Applicants should provide: (1) letter of interest; (2) C.V.; (3) three letters
of recommendation; (4) Ph.D. dissertation and representative publications; (5)
official transcripts of graduate studies; (6) photocopy of graduate diploma 
(if already in hand); (7) proof of past and/or current employment (if 
available).

Applications may be sent to:
Dr. Tsu-Chung Su 
Chair, Department of Foreign Languages and Literature 
National Chi Nan University 
1. Sec.4, Roosevelt Rd. Taipei, Taiwan, R. O. C. (before Feb. 1)
Dr. Tsu-Chung Su 
Chair, Department of Foreign Languages and Literature
National Chi Nan University 
1 University Road
Puli, Nantou 545, Taiwan, R. O. C. (after Feb. 1)

Email: tsucsuncnu.edu.tw or ljhuangncnu.edu.tw
Tel: +886-2-83692999 ext.2540, 2541 Fax: +886-2-83693049 (before Feb. 1)
Tel: +886-49-910960 ext.2540, 2541 Fax: +886-49-914440 (after Feb. 1) 
All applications must be received by Feb. 29, 2000. Requests for further 
information may be made by telephone, fax, email, or post. 





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Message 2: American Studies & Ethnicity: Univ of Southern California, USA

Date: Mon, 06 Dec 1999 08:24:43 -0800
From: Ed Finegan <fineganusc.edu>
Subject: American Studies & Ethnicity: Univ of Southern California, USA

 
AMERICAN STUDIES & ETHNICITY
 Note: Linguists are encouraged to apply.
 In conjunction with the inauguration of the new Ph.D. Program in
American Studies and Ethnicity, the University of Southern California invites
applications for five tenured/tenure-track positions for the Fall 2000:
two senior positions and one assistant professorship in African American
Studies; one senior and one junior position in Asian American Studies.
These are each joint appointments with departments in the Humanities and
Social Sciences (including Linguistics). 

 The Program in American Studies and Ethnicity has particular 
intellectual strengths in: 1) the study of race and ethnicity; 
2)Los Angeles as a global city; 3) the analysis of culture. Successful
candidates will have a strong teaching/research program that addresses
at least one of these emphases. Junior applicants should have the Ph.D. in
hand by August 2000. Send letter of application, CV, relevant
publications, and three letters of recommendation to Darnell Hunt and
Dorinne Kondo, Co-Chairs; Search Committee in American Studies
and Ethnicity; Program in American Studies and Ethnicity, University
of Southern California, SOS 252, 3502 Trousdale Parkway, Los
Angeles, CA 90089-0034. The Committee will begin reviewing applications on
December 1, 1999, but will continue accepting applications until the
positions re filled. USC is an equal opportunity employer.


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