LINGUIST List 11.2118

Tue Oct 3 2000

Jobs: General Ling: Temp/Open at Reed College, OR USA

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  1. John B.Haviland, General Ling: OPEN, 1 year visiting position at Reed College, OR, USA

Message 1: General Ling: OPEN, 1 year visiting position at Reed College, OR, USA

Date: 2 Oct 2000 21:58:57 -0000
From: John B.Haviland <>
Subject: General Ling: OPEN, 1 year visiting position at Reed College, OR, USA

Rank of Job: OPEN, 1 year visiting position
Areas Required: Linguistic generalist
Other Desired Areas: syntax, phonology
University or Organization: Reed College
Department: Linguistics
State or Province: Oregon
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: 15 November 2000
Contact: John B. Haviland

Address for Applications:
3203 SE Woodstock Blvd
OR 97202

The Linguistics Program at Reed College invites applications for a
one-year replacement position in Linguistics at open level to begin fall
2001. Reed College is a small, highly selective undergraduate
institution which emphasizes excellence in both teaching and
scholarship. The successful candidate must demonstrate a strong
commitment to teaching undergraduates, as well as the ability to teach
linguistics at all levels, from a general disciplinary introduction to
more advanced courses on formal and typological aspects of language. 
Responsibilities also include directing senior theses on quite varied
topics relating to linguistics, often with an interdisciplinary

Candidates must have the Ph.D. in linguistics or a related
field in hand or near completion, and senior scholars are encouraged to

Applications should include a letter of application describing
teaching and research interests and experience, a curriculum vitae, and
the names of at least 3 academic referees. Review of applications will
begin 15 November 2000. Send materials to John B. Haviland, Chair,
Linguistics Search Comm., Reed College, 3203 SE Woodstock Blvd.,
Portland, OR 97202. EOE.
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