LINGUIST List 12.1002

Tue Apr 10 2001

Jobs: Morphology Researcher: Surrey U, UK

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  1. Dr Dunstan Brown, Morphology Research Fellow: Surrey U, UK

Message 1: Morphology Research Fellow: Surrey U, UK

Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2001 12:57:18 +0100
From: Dr Dunstan Brown <>
Subject: Morphology Research Fellow: Surrey U, UK

University of Surrey

School of Language, Law and International Studies

Research Fellow - Surrey Morphology Group (Ref: 2863)

Salary: GBP 16,775 - 18,731 per annum 

Applications are invited for a research post in the Surrey Morphology
Group within the School, for two years. The Group specialises in
typology, particularly the application of formal and statistical
approaches. This post is for an AHRB-funded project (The notion
"possible word" and its limits: a typology of suppletion), directed by
Professor Greville Corbett, Dr Dunstan Brown and Dr Andrew
Hippisley. Professor Peter Lutzeier will also be associated with the

Candidates should have wide-ranging interests within linguistics. A good
post-graduate degree in linguistics is highly desirable, and expertise
in any of the following would be advantageous: Russian, typology,
morphological theory.

The job will involve working with a corpus, collecting and analysing 
cross-linguistic data, maintaining a database, compiling a bibliography 
and contributing to joint papers.

Details of the Surrey Morphology Group can be found at:

Informal enquiries may be made to Dunstan Brown (

For an application pack and details of how to apply please contact Miss 
RN Grimmer, University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 7XH. Telephone 
01483 876205 (24 hours). Email: or download
application documents from (Employment 
Opportunities). Please quote Reference number 2863/rg, supply
your postal address and where you saw the advertisement. Closing date
for applications is 11 May 2001.

The University is committed to an Equal Opportunities Policy.
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