LINGUIST List 11.253

Sun Feb 6 2000

Jobs: Japanese Language, German Linguistics

Editor for this issue: James Yuells <jameslinguistlist.org>


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  1. William McClure, Japanese Lang:Asst Prof at Baruch College, New York, NY, USA
  2. Michael Meng, German Ling: Full Prof at University of Jena, Germany

Message 1: Japanese Lang:Asst Prof at Baruch College, New York, NY, USA

Date: Fri, 04 Feb 2000 13:29:54 -0500
From: William McClure <wmccluregc.cuny.edu>
Subject: Japanese Lang:Asst Prof at Baruch College, New York, NY, USA

Japanese Position at Baruch College
City University of New York

Tenure-track Assistant Professor. The ideal candidate will have expertise
in teaching Japanese language, literature, and culture. Successful
candidates will be expected to maintain an active research program in the
area of their specialty, have excellent teaching skills, develop new
courses, and develop collaborative relationships with relevant campus
programs. The salary range is $44,185-$57,049, depending on qualifications
and experience. A curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, and
reprints/preprints should be sent by March 3, 2000 to the Chair of the
Department of Modern Languages and Comparative Literature, Baruch College,
Box G-1224, 17 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10010. Baruch College is a
senior college of the City University of New York located near beautiful
and historic Gramercy Park in Manhattan. An AA/EOA/IRCA/ADA employer.
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Message 2: German Ling: Full Prof at University of Jena, Germany

Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2000 22:26:45 +0100
From: Michael Meng <Michael.Mengrz.uni-jena.de>
Subject: German Ling: Full Prof at University of Jena, Germany

The Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Jena (Germany) invites
applications for a

*** Full Professorship "Contemporary German Language (Linguistics) (rank:
C4)" ***

based in the Department of Germanistische Sprachwissenschaft. The current
holder is Prof. Peter Suchsland. Candidates should be able to cover core
areas of linguistics, but the area of specialization is open. The deadline
for applications is March, 17th.
For more information, see the official job announcement in the German weekly
"DIE ZEIT", No. 6 (February, 3rd, 2000), p. 75. Please forward this
information to all potential candidates.

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Michael Meng
Institut f�r Germanistische Sprachwissenschaft
University of Jena
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