LINGUIST List 10.1898

Thu Dec 9 1999

Jobs: Translation Studies, General Ling/Japanese

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  1. Mathias Schulze, Translation Studies: Lecturer/ U of Manchester (UMIST), UK
  2. Peter McCagg, General Ling: Prof/ International Christian Univ, Tokyo Japan

Message 1: Translation Studies: Lecturer/ U of Manchester (UMIST), UK

Date: Tue, 07 Dec 1999 17:59:14 +0000
From: Mathias Schulze <>
Subject: Translation Studies: Lecturer/ U of Manchester (UMIST), UK

Centre for Translation Studies
Department of Language Engineering
UMIST (University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, 


The Department of Language Engineering wishes to recruit an
experienced lecturer in translation. The Centre for Translation
Studies has a reputation for excellence in terms of its research and
teaching activities at postgraduate level. This new post is aimed at
strengthening the Centre's existing profile and extending its
activities at undergraduate level. The successful applicant will have
experience of teaching translation at undergraduate and postgraduate
levels, with focus on French and/or German as a working language. He
or she will also have an excellent research and publications record in
any aspect of translation studies and will be expected to supervise a
number of research students.

Commencing salary will be within the Lecturer/Senior Lecturer range:
�17,238 - �35,670 per annum.

For an application form and further details please write to: The
Personnel Office, UMIST, P O Box 88, Manchester M60 1QD, United 
Kingdom, enclosing a self addressed envelope. Please quote reference 
number LE/A/204. 

UMIST is an equal opportunity employer.


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Message 2: General Ling: Prof/ International Christian Univ, Tokyo Japan

Date: Thu, 9 Dec 1999 01:44:44 -0500 (EST)
From: Peter McCagg <>
Subject: General Ling: Prof/ International Christian Univ, Tokyo Japan

Rank of Job: Asst., Assoc., or Full Professor
Areas Required: Contrastive Studies/Translation; or Psycholinguistics;
or Japanese Sociolinguistics
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: International Christian University
Department: Division of Languages
State or Province: Tokyo
Country: Japan
Final Date of Application: January 31, 2000
Contact: Peter McCagg

Address for Applications:
ICU, 3-10-2 Osawa, Mitaka-shi

International Christian University
Faculty Recruitment for The Division of Languages

The Division of Languages at International Christian University
announces two tenure-track faculty positions at the assistant,
associate, or full professor rank, one in its English department and one
in its Japanese department. These appointments are to begin on April 1,

Applicants must be qualified to contribute to and interested in
participating fully in educational and administrative capacities to one
of ICU's two major language programs--the English Language Program or the
Japanese Language Program. Additionally, applicants need to have
demonstrated expertise (through teaching experience as well as a record
of publication) in one of the following areas of language-related

Contrastive studies (Japanese and English) with an emphasis in
translation from both theoretical and practical perspectives
Psycholinguistics with emphasis on language processing
Sociolinguistics with an emphasis on Japanese

Doctorate in the field of specialization and native English or Japanese
competence required. English-Japanese bilingual competence preferred.

Applications are accepted from November 1, 1999. Screening of qualified
applicants will begin in February, 2000. Please send c.v., names and
addresses of 3 references to: Chair, Division of Languages,
International Christian University, 3-10-2 Osawa, Mitaka-shi, Tokyo
181-8585, Japan. Fax +81 (0)422-34-6983. E-mail (inquiries only)

International Christian University (ICU) is a small, private and
bilingual liberal arts university with a high reputation based upon
Christian and democratic principles of education with approximately
2,800 students from Japan and many other nations, six academic
divisions, and four graduate schools. The campus is located on 156
wooded acres in the western suburbs of Tokyo. Please refer to our home
page for further details about the university.
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