LINGUIST List 11.475

Mon Mar 6 2000

Jobs: Syntax: Assistant Prof. at U of Puerto Rico

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  1. Dr.Lowell Fiet, Syntax: Assistant Prof. at University of Puerto Rico, USA

Message 1: Syntax: Assistant Prof. at University of Puerto Rico, USA

Date: 4 Mar 2000 16:05:58 -0000
From: Dr.Lowell Fiet <>
Subject: Syntax: Assistant Prof. at University of Puerto Rico, USA

Rank of Job: One-year position
Areas Required: Syntax
Other Desired Areas: Phonology, Sociolinguistics
University or Organization: University of Puerto Rico
Department: English
State or Province: Puerto Rico
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: open until filled
Contact: Dr. Lowell Fiet

Address for Applications:
Personnel Committee, Department of English, P.O. Box 23356, University
of Puerto Rico
San Juan
PR 00931-3356

One-year substitute position (with possible tenure-track renewal) in

The position will be available from August 1, 2000, and the appointment
will be made at the Assistant Professor level. All candidates should
have the Ph.D. in hand at the time of appointment. Applicants must
demonstrate the background and capacity to teach undergraduate and
graduate Syntax courses and direct graduate research in the field. An
emphasis in a second area such as phonology or sociolinguistics would
also be advantageous, although it is not required. Applicants would be
expected to teach broad-based introductory linguistics courses at the
undergraduate level; to advise graduate students; to teach undergraduate
and graduate courses in Syntax and, if possible, another linguistics
area; to pursue independent research and publicaction projects.

Send curriculum vitae, the names and addresses of three references, and
summary of research interests to: Personnel Committee, Department of
English/College of Humanities, PO Box 23356, San Juan, PR 00931-3356.
E-mail: or

The position will remain open until filled. 
The UPR-R�o Piedras Campus is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
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