LINGUIST List 11.2049

Tue Sep 26 2000

Jobs: Syntax Assist Prof, McGill Univ Canada

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  1. Lise Vinette, Syntax: Assistant Professor at McGill University, Quebec Canada

Message 1: Syntax: Assistant Professor at McGill University, Quebec Canada

Date: 25 Sep 2000 19:28:09 -0000
From: Lise Vinette <>
Subject: Syntax: Assistant Professor at McGill University, Quebec Canada

Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: Syntax
Other Desired Areas: non-Indo-European
University or Organization: McGill University
Department: Department of Linguistics
State or Province: Quebec
Country: Canada
Final Date of Application: December 1, 2000
Contact: Lise Vinette

Address for Applications:
1085 Dr. Penfield
Quebec H3A 1A7

The Department of Linguistics, McGill University, invites applications
for a tenure-track position in Syntax at the rank of Assistant
Professor, effective September 1, 2001. Qualifications are a PhD in
Linguistics with primary specialization in syntax and a record of high
quality research and publication. In keeping with the orientation of
the department, applicants should have a demonstrated research
specialization in theoretical syntax with a strong empirical basis.
Interest in non-Indo-European or lesser studies languages is an
advantage. Responsibilities include teaching and supervision
primarily in syntax at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
Knowledge of French is an asset. 

Salry: McGill scale. 
Deadline for applications: December 1, 2000.

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, this advertisement
is directed to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada. 
Further, McGill University is committed to equity in employment.

Applicants should send a letter of introduction, CV, sample of research,
three letters of recommendation, and teaching evaluations if available
	Lisa deMena Travis
	Chair, Search Committee
	Department of Linguistics
	McGill University
	1085 Dr. Penfield Avenue
	Montreal, Quebec H3A 1A7

For further information, please contact the Departmental Secretary
Lise Vinette (

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