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Tue May 8 2001

Jobs: Temporary Ling Lecturer, Mary Washington U, VA

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Message 1: JOB: Temporary Linguistics Lecturer at Mary Washington College in Fall 2001

Date: Sun, 06 May 2001 23:06:24 -0400
From: Christina Kakava <ckakavamwc.edu>
Subject: JOB: Temporary Linguistics Lecturer at Mary Washington College in Fall 2001

Temporary Linguistics Lecturer at Mary Washington College

The English, Linguistics, and Speech Department at MWC seeks a
full-time, one-semester linguist with expertise in sociolinguistics
for Fall 2001. The applicant is expected to teach the following four
courses:

2 sections of Linguistics 101: Introduction to General Linguistics
1 section of Linguistics 202: Cross-Cultural Communication
1 section of Linguistics 302: Introduction to Sociolinguistics and
Anthropological Linguistics

The department will consider part-time positions if one person who can
teach all the above courses cannot be found.

Candidates should have at least a master's degree and doctoral
coursework in Linguistics; ABD or Ph.D. preferred. Interested
candidates should send immediately: (1) a cover letter; (2) a CV; and
(3) a list of graduate courses taken to Prof. Bill Kemp, Chair,
Department of English, Linguistics, and Speech. Electronic submissions
are preferred. For inquiries, call (540)654-1535 or e-mail
wkempmwc.edu.

Mary Washington College is deeply committed to affirmative action and
strongly encourages minorities and women to apply.

Mary Washington College is a small, public, co-educational liberal
arts college, located in Fredericksburg, Virginia, about an hour's
drive south of Washington, DC, off exit 130A of I-95.
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