LINGUIST List 10.852

Fri Jun 4 1999

Jobs: Syntax/Historical Ling, English Language

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  1. Chris Golston, Syntax/Historical Linguistics
  2. Yuri Kite, English Language/Linguistics

Message 1: Syntax/Historical Linguistics

Date: Thu, 3 Jun 1999 08:45:10 -0700
From: Chris Golston <chrisgcsufresno.edu>
Subject: Syntax/Historical Linguistics


Lecturer, Syntax and/or Historical Linguistics.

The Department of Linguistics at the California State University
Fresno has a one-year lecturer position open for a historical linguist
and/or syntactician for the academic year 1999-2000. Teaching load is
12 units (4 classes) per semester. PhD or ABD in Linguistics
required.

For full consideration please send

 a letter of application,
 cv, and (if possible)
 a summary of teaching evaluations,
 two letters of recommendation, and
 a representative work

by JUNE 15th (sorry about that, but its an emergency hire) to:

 Search Committee
 Department of Linguistics PB 92
 California State University Fresno
 Fresno, CA 93740-8001

California State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action
employer. We have a strong commitment to the achievement of diversity
among our faculty and staff.

Chris Golston
Department of Linguistics PB 92
California State University Fresno
Fresno, CA 93740-8001

Home: (559) 292-7049
Office: (559) 278-4895 
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Message 2: English Language/Linguistics

Date: Thu, 3 Jun 1999 23:10:18 +0900
From: Yuri Kite <ykitegol.com>
Subject: English Language/Linguistics

Job Opening
Kansai University, Osaka Japan

The Faculty of Letters at Kansai University, Osaka, Japan, seeks a
Professor or Associate Professor in English. Kansai University, one
of the largest universities in Japan, is committed to improving the
quality of foreign language instruction. The job begins on April 1,
2000. Qualifications should include a Ph. D. or Ed. D. in the fields
of Applied Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition, ESL, Language
Pedagogy, or linguistics, and applicants should have at least five
years of teaching experience in the field, preferably at graduate
level. Preferences will be given to candidates with a high level of
English proficiency, and (working) knowledge of Japanese.
Responsibilities are teaching English language courses to
undergraduate students, a course in Applied Linguistics at graduate
level, and committee responsibilities. Salary is competitive and is
based on Kansai University specifications. By July 31, 1999, send (1)
a curriculum vitae/resume according to our format, and (2) copies of
three major publications. Review of application will begin on August
1, 1999. Results of the first screening will be sent in mid-August.
For the second screening, we will ask candidates to send a video tape
of their teaching (approximately 10 minutes) by the middle of
September, 1999. Applications, request for the format, and/or any
inquiries should be directed to: Search Committee. Faculty of
Letters, Kansai University, 3-3-35, Yamate-cho, Suita-shi, Osaka,
Japan 564-8680.

Inquiries may be directed by email at <Fac.searchjm.kansai-u.ac.jp>,
by phone at 81-6-6368-1121, ex. 3852 or 3177, or by fax at
81-6-6330-3027. Web page: http://www.kansai-u.ac.jp

Yuriko K. Kite, Ph.D.
Kansai University
Faculty of Letters
3-3-35, Yamate-cho,
Suita-cho, Osaka 564-8680
Japan
Phone: 81-6-6368-1121,ex.5059
 81-6-6368-0471 (Direct)
Fax: 81-6-6330-3075
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