LINGUIST List 11.2789

Fri Dec 22 2000

Jobs: Child Lang Acquisition, U Southern California

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  1. culver, USC/Linguistics job announcement

Message 1: USC/Linguistics job announcement

Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2000 16:08:16 -0800
From: culver <>
Subject: USC/Linguistics job announcement

USC Job Announcement

 The Department of Linguistics at the University of Southern California is
 seeking a qualified instructor for an upper-division undergraduate course in
 Child Language Acquisition during the Spring 2001 semester (January 9 - May
 1). Candidates must have a Ph.D., and a strong linguistics teaching record
 is preferred. A description of the course follows:
 LING 405 Child Language Acquisition: Universal characteristics of child
 language; stages of acquisition of phonology, syntax, semantics; processes
 and dimensions of development; psychological mechanisms; communicative
 styles. The course is scheduled to meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from
 2-3:20 pm, and expected enrollment is 15 students.
 Interested candidates, please contact Dr. Elaine Andersen
 ( as soon as possible. Please copy message to and Applications, including a
 letter of application, curriculum vita, and teaching evaluations (when
 possible), may be sent to:
 USC Department of Linguistics
 Child Language Instructor Search
 3601 Watt Way, GFS 301
 Los Angeles, CA 90089-1693
 Elaine S. Andersen
 Linguistics, Neuroscience
 Hedco Neuroscience Program
 HNB 18
 University of Southern California
 Los Angeles, CA 90089-2520
 phone: 213 740-9192
 fax: 213 740-5687
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