LINGUIST List 11.805

Sat Apr 8 2000

Support: General Ling - Teaching Assist/ Univ of Sussex

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Message 1: General Ling - Teaching Assistantship/ U of Sussex, Brighton, UK

Date: Fri, 07 Apr 2000 09:30:39 +0100
From: Larry Trask <larrytcogs.susx.ac.uk>
Subject: General Ling - Teaching Assistantship/ U of Sussex, Brighton, UK


Teaching assistantship in Linguistics
 
Linguistics at the University of Sussex (Brighton, UK) will have 
available from October 2000 at least one teaching assistantship. The
successful candidate(s) will register for a doctorate (or in 
exceptional circumstances an MPhil) on any topic that is within the
expertise of the faculty.
 
The value of the award, which will run for three years, will be 7200
pounds (to cover maintenance, at rates applying for entry in 2000),
plus tuition fees at the home/EU rate, for each year.
 
The successful candidate(s) will be given appropriate instruction in
teaching and related activities, and will be expected to contribute
up to 6 hours per week during academic terms. They may be expected to
do marking and other forms of testing.

Among the research strengths of the Linguistics faculty are historical
linguistics, language change, philology, onomastics, morphology,
syntactic theory, typology, descriptive linguistics, lexical semantics,
sociolinguistics, language and gender, English dialects, the language
of racial and sexual categorization, Hausa, Catalan and Basque.
 
Further information from 

Larry Trask, 
Subject Chair, Linguistics,
School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences
University of Sussex
Brighton BN1 9QH
UK

larrytcogs.susx.ac.uk

Tel: 01273-678693 (from the UK)
 +44-1273-678693 (from abroad)

Fax: 01273-671320 (from the UK)
 +44-1273-671320 (from abroad)

**********

Larry Trask
COGS
University of Sussex
Brighton BN1 9QH
UK

larrytcogs.susx.ac.uk

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