LINGUIST List 11.33

Wed Jan 12 2000

Jobs: Syntax, General Linguistics

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  1. Andrew Garrett, Syntax: Position at University of Califonia, Berkeley, USA
  2. gmk20, General Ling: Lecturer or Asst at University of Cambridge, UK

Message 1: Syntax: Position at University of Califonia, Berkeley, USA

Date: Wed, 05 Jan 2000 16:28:47 -0800
From: Andrew Garrett <garrettsocrates.berkeley.edu>
Subject: Syntax: Position at University of Califonia, Berkeley, USA

Pending budgetary authorization, the Department of Linguistics at
the University of California, Berkeley, hopes to make a temporary
syntax appointment for the 2000-2001 academic year (with a
possibility of renewal for an additional year). Candidates should
have demonstrated excellence in teaching, a broad intellectual
engagement with the field of linguistics, and a theoretically
informed research specialization in some area of syntax. The
ideal candidate's interests and experience will intersect with
existing research at Berkeley, especially in semantics, morphology,
or a language area such as American Indian, Sino-Tibetan, or
Celtic languages.

Title and salary for this full-time appointment will be
commensurate with experience. Duties will include teaching
3-4 courses (including an undergraduate course and a research
seminar) as well as graduate advising in syntax. The Ph.D. is
required by July 1, 2000.

Please send letters of inquiry with curricula vitae, evidence of
teaching excellence, and representative recent work to:

 Andrew Garrett (garrettsocrates.berkeley.edu)
 Chair, Syntax Committee
 Department of Linguistics
 1203 Dwinelle Hall #2650
 University of California
 Berkeley, CA 94720-2650

Those who received the Ph.D. more than three years ago should
include the names and addresses of three potential referees;
others should arrange for three letters of recommendation to be
sent to the above address. All material should be received by
February 15 for fullest consideration.

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity /
Affirmative Action Employer.
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Message 2: General Ling: Lecturer or Asst at University of Cambridge, UK

Date: Fri, 07 Jan 2000 13:06:06 +0000
From: gmk20 <gmk20cam.ac.uk>
Subject: General Ling: Lecturer or Asst at University of Cambridge, UK


UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, UK

Faculty of Classics

University Lecturer or Assistant Lecturer in Classics (Linguistics and
Philology)



Applications for this post (to start on 1 October 2000) are invited from
suitably qualified and experienced candidates. The Linguistics and
Philology section of the Faculty is responsible for teaching descriptive
linguistics of Greek and Latin for Part I of the Classical Tripos, and the
historical linguistics of the two languages and comparative linguistics of
the Indo-European languages for Part II, as well as for supervising
graduate students working in these fields. The successful candidate will
be required to take a full part in these activities and to engage in
research relevant to the teaching programme.

The pensionable scale of stipend for a University Lecturer is �20,811,
rising by eleven annual increments to �32,095, and for a University
Assistant Lecturer, �17,238, rising by six annual increments to �22,579. 

Further particulars may be obtained from the Secretary of the Appointments
Committee, Faculty of Classics, Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge CB3 9DA (e-mail:
gmk20cam.ac.uk). Applications, including a detailed curriculum vitae and
list of publications together with the names of two or three referees
should be sent to the above address not later than 4 February 2000.
Referees should be asked to write directly to the Secretary to reach the
Faculty by the closing date. There is no application form. 

The University is committed to equality of opportunity.
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