LINGUIST List 11.1460

Tue Jul 4 2000

Jobs: English Ling Prof, U of Goettingen Germany

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  1. Renate Winter, English Ling: Professor at U of Goettingen, Lower Saxony Germany

Message 1: English Ling: Professor at U of Goettingen, Lower Saxony Germany

Date: 4 Jul 2000 12:27:23 -0000
From: Renate Winter <>
Subject: English Ling: Professor at U of Goettingen, Lower Saxony Germany

Rank of Job: Full Professor (C4) English Linguistics
Areas Required: 
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: University of Goettingen
Department: English
State or Province: Lower Saxony
Country: Germany
Final Date of Application: 3 August, 2000
Contact: Renate Winter

Address for Applications:
Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Wilhelmsplatz 2

The Faculty of Arts at the Georg-August-University in Goettingen
(Germany) invites applications for a Full Professorship (C4) in
English Linguistics/Modern English at the Department of English as of
April 1, 2001.

Applicants are expected to take full responsibility for research and
teaching in the Linguistics section of the Department with particular
emphasis on the theory of grammar (syntax, morphology, phonology). They
should also have specialised in at least one area of Applied Linguistics
and will be in charge of the Department's practical language teaching
programme. In addition, it would be most welcome if applicants could
continue the existing associated special degree programme in Linguistic
Data Processing.

The prerequisites for appointment as professor are laid down in � 51 of
the Lower Saxony University Law. More detailed information will be given
on request.

The University of Goettingen is an equal opportunity employer. 
Part-time employment is possible if certain conditions are met.

Applications, which include a CV, a description of the candidate's
academic career and teaching experience and a list of published work,
should be sent to:

The Dean of the Faculty of Arts
Georg-August-University Goettingen
Wilhelmsplatz 2
37073 Goettingen/Germany
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