LINGUIST List 11.1445

Thu Jun 29 2000

Jobs: General/Applied Ling, Thammasat Univ Thailand

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  1. Yuphaphann Hoonchamlong, General/Applied Linguistics: Thammasat University, Bangkok Thailand

Message 1: General/Applied Linguistics: Thammasat University, Bangkok Thailand

Date: 29 Jun 2000 04:36:28 -0000
From: Yuphaphann Hoonchamlong <yuialpha.tu.ac.th>
Subject: General/Applied Linguistics: Thammasat University, Bangkok Thailand


Rank of Job: 
Areas Required: General linguistics
Other Desired Areas: Southeast Asian languages/linguistics
University or Organization: Thammasat University
Department: Linguistics
State or Province: Bangkok
Country: Thailand
Final Date of Application: July 31, 2000
Contact: Yuphaphann Hoonchamlong yuialpha.tu.ac.th

Address for Applications:
Prachan Road
Bangkok
10200
Thailand

Department of Linguistics, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat
University in Bangkok, Thailand has an opening for a "foreign"
(i.e. non-Thai) Faculty position.

Qualifications: Postgraduate degree in Linguistics, M.A. essential, 
 with teaching and research experience. 
 Ph.D. preferred.
 Knowledge of Thai/Southeast Asian Linguistics desirable.

Duties: - teach general linguistics and applied linguistics courses in 
 undergraduate and graduate levels (minimum 3 courses per semester)
 - academic consultation
 - language editor of English articles in the Department of 
 Linguistics's Journal (Journal of Langauge and Linguistics)

Initial contract is for one year, renewable.

Document required: Application letter, CV, transcripts, 
 2 recent passport photos,
 and 3 letters of recommendation.

Apply by July 31, 2000 
 to: 	Head of Department of Linguistics
			Faculty of Liberal Arts
 Thammasat University
 Prachan Rd. 
 Bangkok 10200, THAILAND 

			Fax: (66 2)224-1389
			Tel: (66 2)613-2656, 613-2587

For inquiry: contact the above address/fax/phone number or e-mail to:
 deealpha.tu.ac.th, yuialpha.tu.ac.th

For information about the Department and Thammasat University, please
visit our web page at:

			http://www.tu.ac.th/org/arts/ling/lingdept.htm 
 

The cost of living in Bangkok in roughly three times less than that in
the US. Meals for one day is about 100 baht or less. A condo apt
ranges from 3,000 baht per month. the exchange rate is 40 baht for a
dollar
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