LINGUIST List 11.2343

Sun Oct 29 2000

Jobs: Phonology, Syntax at New York U, USA

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  1. John Victor Singler, Phonology, Syntax: Tenure-Track positions at New York U, USA

Message 1: Phonology, Syntax: Tenure-Track positions at New York U, USA

Date: 27 Oct 2000 21:15:50 -0000
From: John Victor Singler <john.singlernyu.edu>
Subject: Phonology, Syntax: Tenure-Track positions at New York U, USA


Rank of Job: Tenure Track
Areas Required: Phonology and Syntax
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: New York University
Department: Linguistics
State or Province: New York
Country: US
Final Date of Application: December 8, 2000
Contact: John Victor Singler john.singlernyu.edu

Address for Applications:
719 Broadway, Fifth Floor
New York
NY 10003
USA

The Department of Linguistics at New York University seeks candidates
for two tenure-track positions. The positions, one in Phonology and the
other in Syntax, will begin in September, 2001, pending administrative
and budgetary approval. Responsibilities for both positions include
teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels. In addition, as part
of the Department's continuing development, recruitment for a third
position in Semantics to begin September 1, 2002, is planned.

Applications for the Phonology or Syntax positions along with letter of
application, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, and a
sample of work should be submitted by December 8, 2000, either to the
Phonology Search Committee or the Syntax Search Committee, Department of
Linguistics, 719 Broadway, 5th floor, New York University, New York, NY
10003-6860. 

Queries via e-mail may be addressed to search committee chairs: for
the Phonology Search to john.singlernyu.edu, and for the Syntax
Search to richard.kaynenyu.edu. For more information about the
Department, candidates are invited to visit the Department's Web site
at http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/lingu/. 

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