LINGUIST List 11.1028

Fri May 5 2000

Jobs: Phonology Visiting Lecturer, Yale University

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  1. Stephen R. Anderson, Phonology: Visiting Lecturer at Yale University

Message 1: Phonology: Visiting Lecturer at Yale University

Date: Fri, 05 May 2000 09:25:05 -0400
From: Stephen R. Anderson <>
Subject: Phonology: Visiting Lecturer at Yale University

The Department of Linguistics at Yale University seeks a visiting
lecturer for the Spring, 2001 term. The individual appointed should be
prepared to teach an intermediate level course in phonological theory
as well as Introduction to Linguistics (the latter with an enrollment
of 40-50 students). A visiting appointment could potentially be made
at any level; in some circumstances an appointment for the full
academic year 2000-2001 might be possible. Applicants should have been
awarded the doctorate by September, 2000 at the latest. Prior teaching
experience will be an advantage.

Applications should be submitted to Appointments Committee, Department
of Linguistics, Box 208236 Yale Station, New Haven, CT 06520-8236 as
soon as possible, and should include a current CV, two samples of
research work, and a list of references who can be consulted if the
committee desires. Please do NOT have letters of recommendation sent
at this time; unsolicited letters of recommendation will not be
included in candidates' files. The deadline for applications will be 1
September, 2000, but an appointment may be made at any time once an
appropriate candidate is identified.

Yale University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer,
and applications from under-represented minorities and women are
especially encouraged.
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