LINGUIST List 10.332

Thu Mar 4 1999

Jobs: German Ling, Syntax, Semantics

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  1. Joerg Wagner, German Ling; Martin-Luther-Universitdt Halle-Wittenberg
  2. Gregory Ward, Syntax, Semantics; Visiting Asst Profs at Northwestern

Message 1: German Ling; Martin-Luther-Universitdt Halle-Wittenberg

Date: Wed, 03 Mar 1999 20:02:08 +0100
From: Joerg Wagner <wagnergermanistik.uni-halle.de>
Subject: German Ling; Martin-Luther-Universitdt Halle-Wittenberg


Vorbehaltlich der Stellenfreigabe ist bei in der Abteilung Germanistische
Linguistik ab sofort eine 1/2 BAT IIa-Ost-Stelle (Promotionsstelle) fuer
zunaechst 3 Jahre zu besetzen.
Aufgaben:
2 Stunden Lehre im Grundstudium
Promotion
Unterstuetzung in der Forschung, Wissenschaftsorganisation

Da gegenwaertig der Anteil von Wissenschaftlerinnen im Lehrstuhl-Team
abgesunken ist, werden insbesondere Frauen ermutigt, sich zu bewerben.

Von Vorteil fur die/den Bewerber/in waere eine uneingeschraenkte Praesenz
(fester Wohnsitz) in Halle. 

Mehr Informationen sind zu finden unter: http://www.germanistik.uni-halle.de

Rueckfragen bzw. Bewerbungen sind zu richten an:

Prof. Dr. Gerd Antos
Martin-Luther-Universitaet Halle
Germanistik
Luisenstr. 2
06099 Halle (Saale)
E-Mail: antosgermanistik.uni-halle.de

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Message 2: Syntax, Semantics; Visiting Asst Profs at Northwestern

Date: Tue, 2 Mar 99 8:52:38 CST
From: Gregory Ward <wardpg-13.ling.nwu.edu>
Subject: Syntax, Semantics; Visiting Asst Profs at Northwestern


The Department of Linguistics at Northwestern University announces two
full-time, temporary Visiting Assistant Professorships for the 1999-2000
academic year (mid-September 1999 to mid-June 2000):

 The area of specialization for position #1 is SYNTAX with
 preference given to candidates with secondary interests in a
 related field (e.g., Morphology, Semantics, Computational
 Linguistics, Psycholinguistics). This position is for one 
 year and is non-renewable.

 The area of specialization for position #2 is SEMANTICS with
 preference given to candidates with secondary interests in a
 related field (e.g., Syntax, Computational Linguistics,
 Psycholinguistics). This position is for one year, renewable 
 for a second year, and is contingent on available funding.

Candidates for both positions must have received their Ph.D. by
September 1, 1999. The annual teaching load will be five
undergraduate/graduate courses spread over three academic quarters.
Salary will depend on qualifications and experience. Preference will be
given to candidates with a strong teaching record and interdisciplinary
research interests that mesh with those of the current faculty.

**APPLICATIONS ARE DUE AT NORTHWESTERN BY APRIL 2, 1999.** The
application should include the candidate's CV (indicating an e-mail
address), statements of research and teaching interests, teaching
evaluations (if available), and publications/reprints or other written
work. Candidates should arrange to have 3-4 letters of reference sent
directly to the search committee by the application deadline; one of the
letters should specifically address the applicant's qualifications as a
teacher.

Send all materials to:

	Visiting Assistant Professor Search Committee
 Department of Linguistics
 Northwestern University
 2016 Sheridan Road
 Evanston, IL 60208-4090
	
 (Tel: 847-491-7020, Fax: 847-491-3770)

N.B. FOR INTERESTED CANDIDATES WHO HAVE APPLIED FOR THE MELLON POST-
DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN THE DEPARTMENT OF LINGUISTICS, PLEASE NOTIFY 
US IF YOU WISH TO BE CONSIDERED FOR EITHER OF THESE POSITIONS. NO
ADDITIONAL MATERIALS NEED BE SENT AT THIS TIME.

E-mail inquiries should be directed to Professor Gregory Ward, Chair of
the Search Committee, at gwnwu.edu. The web page for the Department
is: www.ling.nwu.edu.

Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer, and applications from minority and women candidates are
especially welcome.
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