LINGUIST List 12.1265

Tue May 8 2001

Jobs: Linguistics Lecturer - Mie University Mie Japan

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  1. Shin'ichi Unoh, Linguistics: Lecturer at Mie University, Mie Japan

Message 1: Linguistics: Lecturer at Mie University, Mie Japan

Date: 5 May 2001 09:26:56 -0000
From: Shin'ichi Unoh <>
Subject: Linguistics: Lecturer at Mie University, Mie Japan

Rank of Job: lecturer
Areas Required: linguistics
Other Desired Areas: literature
University or Organization: Mie University
Department: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
State or Province: Mie
Country: Japan
Final Date of Application: July 10, 2001
Contact: Shin'ichi Unoh

Address for Applications:
1515 Kamihama
Mie 514-8507

Linguistics/Literature and English Language Teaching Position in Mie,

The Division of English Studies in the Faculty of Humanities and
Social Sciences at Mie University announces a non-tenure-track opening
at the lecturer level, beginning September 1, 2002 for two years
(renewal negotiable).

The successful candidate will be required to teach a course in
linguistics or literature, one in American and/or British cultural
studies and four in English speaking and writing skills. Each course
meets once a week for 90 minutes; an academic year consists of thirty
teaching weeks. Administrative responsibilities include coordinating
the upper division of the ESL program.

We are seeking a native speaker of English with (preferably) a
Ph.D. in linguistics or literature, publications and evidence of
scholarly potential. Teaching experience at the tertiary level is
strongly preferred.

Please send c.v., and names and addresses of two references to the
following address:

Shin'ichi Unoh
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Mie University
1515 Kamihama, Tsu
Mie 514-8507

The application materials must arrive by July 10, 2001.

Mie University is a national, comprehensive university and is
approximately a one-hour train ride from Nagoya.

Informal inquiries about the position should be sent to Shin'ichi Unoh
at or Seiki Ayano at

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