LINGUIST List 11.1930

Wed Sep 13 2000

Jobs: Phonology/Morphosyntax, U of Pittsburgh

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  1. Alan Juffs, Phonology/Morphosyntax: Asst/Open rank at University of Pittsburgh USA

Message 1: Phonology/Morphosyntax: Asst/Open rank at University of Pittsburgh USA

Date: 13 Sep 2000 20:36:55 -0000
From: Alan Juffs <>
Subject: Phonology/Morphosyntax: Asst/Open rank at University of Pittsburgh USA

Rank of Job: Asst/Open rank
Areas Required: Phonology/Morphosyntax
Other Desired Areas: American Indian, ASL, first language development,
 child L2 development
University or Organization: University of Pittsburgh
Department: Linguistics
State or Province: PA
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: 12/01/2000
Contact: Alan Juffs

Address for Applications:
2816CL, Dept. of Linguistics, Univ. of Pittsburgh
PA 15260

The University of Pittsburgh, Department of Linguistics, invites
applications for TWO tenure track positions beginning fall 2001. One
appointment will be at the assistant professor level and one may be at
the full or associate professor level if a candidate has the appropriate
experience and an established national reputation. Both positions are
subject to budgetary approval. 

Applicants must have a solid training in linguistic description and
analysis in either phonetics/phonology OR morphosyntax, as well as
competence in one or more of the following areas: American Indian
Languages, American Sign Language, first language development, child
L2 development. Preference will be given to candidates with language
breadth and/or expertise in computational or quantitative

Candidates should send a CV (including a list of funded research if
applicable), a statement of research and teaching interests, copies of
2 reprints or other written work, teaching evaluations (if available),
and the names of three references. Reference letters should be sent
directly to the search committee. Send materials to: 

	Search Committee, Dept. of Linguistics, 
	2816 CL, University of Pittsburgh, 
	Pittsburgh, PA 15260; 
	(412) 624 5900; Fax (412) 624 6130. 

E-mail inquiries should be directed to:
	Alan Juffs, Chair, at 

The web page for the Dept. is: 

To ensure full consideration, complete applications should be received
by December 1, 2000. Preliminary interviews will be held at the LSA
meeting in Washington, D.C. in January 2001. 

Women and members of minority groups that are underrepresented in
academia are especially encouraged to apply. The University of
Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity employer.
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