LINGUIST List 11.2412

Tue Nov 7 2000

Jobs: Phon/Applied Ling: Visiting Prof, IL, USA

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  1. Richard Cameron, Phonology/Applied Ling: Visiting Prof, U of Illinois at Chicago, USA

Message 1: Phonology/Applied Ling: Visiting Prof, U of Illinois at Chicago, USA

Date: Mon, 6 Nov 2000 12:39:22 -0600
From: Richard Cameron <rcameronuic.edu>
Subject: Phonology/Applied Ling: Visiting Prof, U of Illinois at Chicago, USA

Rank of Job: Visiting Professor, Rank Open (Fall Semester, 2001)
Areas Required: Applied Linguistics/Phonology
Other Desired Areas: General linguistics / TESOL
University or Organization: University of Illinois at Chicago
Department: Department of English
State or Province: Illinois
Country: US
Review of applications will begin Dec. 1, 2000; open until filled
Salary: $25,000.00


Position Available in the Department of English, University of Illinois at 
Chicago

Position Description:

The Department of English at the University of Illinois at Chicago invites 
applications for a one semester position at the Visiting Professor, Rank 
Open level. The appointment will call for teaching two classes. The first 
is a graduate level introduction to Phonetics/Phonology/Morphology (for 
future teachers of ESL). The second class is yet to be determined. 
Applicants should be ABD or have a Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics, 
Linguistics, or a related field with demonstrated expertise in phonology.

Application Information:

The position will be for Fall 2001. Candidates should submit a letter of 
application, curriculum vitae, and names and addresses (including fax and 
e-mail) of three references. Review of applications will begin Dec. 1, 
2000. The position will be open until filled.


Applications should be sent to:

Elliot Judd
Director of TESOL
Department of English (M/C 162)
University of Illinois at Chicago
601 South Morgan Street
Chicago, Illinois 60607-7120


Information about the Department of English:

The Department of English offers an MA in Linguistics/TESOL and an
undergraduate minor in Linguistics. The TESOL Program is part of the
larger division of Language, Literacy, and Rhetoric which specializes
in Composition, Ethnographic Research into Literacy, Linguistics, and
Rhetoric. The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) is an
Affirmative Action /Equal Opportunity Institution.
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