LINGUIST List 11.2036

Mon Sep 25 2000

Jobs: Lang Acq: Asst Prof at Georgetown U, USA

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  1. Alison Mackey, Lang acq (bilingual, first, and/or second): Asst Prof at Georgetown U, Washington, DC, US

Message 1: Lang acq (bilingual, first, and/or second): Asst Prof at Georgetown U, Washington, DC, US

Date: 25 Sep 2000 00:55:03 -0000
From: Alison Mackey <>
Subject: Lang acq (bilingual, first, and/or second): Asst Prof at Georgetown U, Washington, DC, US

Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: Language acquisition (bilingual, first, and/or second)
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Georgetown University
Department: Linguistics
State or Province: Washington, D.C.
Country: U.S.
Final Date of Application: December 1st, 2000
Contact: Alison Mackey 

Address for Applications:
Applied Linguistics Search Committee, 480 Intercultural Center,
Georgetown University
DC 20057-1051 

Position available in language acquisition (bilingual, first, and/or
second), Georgetown University.

The Department of Linguistics at Georgetown University is pleased to
announce an opening for a tenure-track assistant professor in the
applied linguistics program. We are seeking a linguist who specializes
in language acquisition (bilingual, first, and/or second). Desirable
areas of expertise include one or more of the following:

- language data collection from children
- psycholinguistics
- classroom-based SLA
- educational linguistics/TESOL

We welcome applications from candidates whose research investigates the
acquisition of phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, the lexicon,
pragmatics, or discourse. The six-member applied linguistics program is
part of a large and diverse linguistics department. Established teaching
and research connections exist with linguists from a number of
additional departments. 

Applicants should have a Ph.D in hand by August 1, 2001, an excellent
record of research and publication, and demonstrable teaching ability.
We plan to conduct the initial round of interviews at the annual meeting
of the LSA (January 4-7, in Washington, D.C).

The firm deadline for consideration of applications is December 1,
2000. Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, representative
publications, and names of three references who may be contacted to:

Applied Linguistics Search Committee,
Linguistics Department
480 Intercultural Center
Georgetown University
Washington DC 20057

The web pages of the department of linguistics can be found at:
The department's email address is: 
Please note that applications sent by email will not be accepted.

Applications from women and members of minority groups are encouraged.

Georgetown University is an AA/EO employer.
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