LINGUIST List 10.911

Tue Jun 15 1999

Jobs: Sociolinguistics, English Ling/EFL

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  1. Richard Hauck, Sociolinguistics; Research Assistant
  2. Kevin R. Gregg, English linguistics/EFL; Tenure at St. Andrew's U. in Osaka, Japan

Message 1: Sociolinguistics; Research Assistant

Date: Sun, 13 Jun 1999 15:10:03 PDT
From: Richard Hauck <marylou42hotmail.com>
Subject: Sociolinguistics; Research Assistant


We are looking for a part-time research assistant to work with us
in researching topics in the area of sociolinguistics. Some
possible areas of research might be gender and language or
language in the ESL classroom. The work would be paid at
an agreed upon hourly rate, and would have to be finished
in stages by a certain deadline.

If interested, please reply stating your interests and experience
in the field, as well as your educational background.


Send replies to Dr. Richard Hauck at marylou42hotmail.com
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Message 2: English linguistics/EFL; Tenure at St. Andrew's U. in Osaka, Japan

Date: Mon, 14 Jun 1999 11:01:44 +0900
From: Kevin R. Gregg <greggandrew.ac.jp>
Subject: English linguistics/EFL; Tenure at St. Andrew's U. in Osaka, Japan


The Faculty of Letters, St. Andrew's University (Momoyama Gakuin
University), Osaka, Japan, has an opening for someone to teach English
Linguistics (*eigogaku gairon*) and EFL, effective April 1st, 2000.
This is a standard Japanese-style tenured position (*shuusin koyoo*),
open to non-Japanese as well as Japanese native-speakers, on condition
that the candidate is fluent in Japanese. Deadline for application is
September 10, 1999. Details on how to apply should be available from
the Ministry of Education (Monbusho) website. I'll be happy to answer
informal inquiries if I can.

Kevin R. Gregg
Momoyama Gakuin University
(St. Andrew's University)
1-1 Manabino, Izumi
Osaka 594-1198 Japan
tel.no. 0725-54-3131 (ext. 3622)
fax. 0725-54-3202

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