LINGUIST List 12.1435

Fri May 25 2001

Support: Ph.D. Studentship/ Nuuchahnulth Grammar/UK

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  1. Prof.Linda Anderson, Nuuchahnulth Grammar at Newcastle-upon-Tyne UK: at University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne UK

Message 1: Nuuchahnulth Grammar at Newcastle-upon-Tyne UK: at University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne UK

Date: 22 May 2001 09:27:20 -0000
From: Prof.Linda Anderson <Linda.Andersonncl.ac.uk>
Subject: Nuuchahnulth Grammar at Newcastle-upon-Tyne UK: at University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne UK



University or Organization: University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Department: English Literary and Linguistic Studies
State or Province: Newcastle upon Tyne
Country: UK
Final Date of Application: 13 June 2001
Contact: Prof.Linda Anderson Linda.Andersonncl.ac.uk

Address for Applications:
1 Park Terrace
Newcastle upon Tyne
 NE1 7RU
UK


English Literary and Linguistic Studies at Newcastle is a progressive,
research-led Department which is entering an exciting phase of
expansion. An Arts and Humanities Research Board (AHRB) grant has just
been awarded within the department and we are presently looking to
fill the following post: a Ph.D. studentship with full tuition and
maintenance allowance for three years, commencing Oct 1, 2001.

The deadline for application is June 13, 2001.

Ph.D. studentship

This Ph.D. studentship will be associated with a project on 
Nuuchahnulth Grammar funded by the AHRB. The tuition fees and
maintenance costs of the successful applicant (for three years) 
will be covered by the research award. The student will carry out 
research on some aspect of the morphology and/or syntax of 
Nuuchahnulth, while working as part of the research team. 
The Principal Investigator for the project, Dr. John Stonham, 
will act as the thesis supervisor.

Applicants should have a good (2i or higher) first degree in
Linguistics, and should preferably have training in morphology 
and/or syntax. Usually, they will hold, or be about to complete, 
a first postgraduate degree in Linguistics (normally an MA or MPhil).
Further terms and conditions are set out in the AHRB's Guide to
Postgraduate Studentships in the Humanities at: 
www.ahrb.ac.uk/postgraduate/guide/whoapply.htm

If you wish to apply, please send a letter of application; CV; 
all undergraduate and postgraduate marks available; and names 
of two referees to:

1, Park Terrace
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
NE1 7RU
UK


Further details on the project are available at the project's website:
http://www.ncl.ac.uk/english/research/linguistics/nuuch
or from the Principal Investigator, Dr. John Stonham, at: 
John.Stonhamncl.ac.uk

The closing date for applications is June 13, 2001.
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