LINGUIST List 12.1627

Wed Jun 20 2001

Jobs: Phonology Assist.Prof/Lecturer, U of Minnesota

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  1. Jeanette Gundel, Phonology Temporary Assistant Professor/Lecturer, U of Minnesota

Message 1: Phonology Temporary Assistant Professor/Lecturer, U of Minnesota

Date: 19 Jun 2001 15:31:20 -0000
From: Jeanette Gundel <>
Subject: Phonology Temporary Assistant Professor/Lecturer, U of Minnesota

Rank of Job: Temporary Assistant Professor or Lecturer
Areas Required: phonology
Other Desired Areas: computational linguistics, sociolinguistics, or
historical linguistics
University or Organization: University of Minnesota
Department: Linguistics Program
State or Province: Minnesota
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: July 16, 2001
Contact: Jeanette Gundel

Address for Applications:
215 Nolte Center, 315 Pillsbury Ave. S.E.
Minnesota 55455

The Academic Program in Linguistics at the University of Minnesota--Twin
Cities seeks candidates for an Assistant Professor/Instructor for the 
2001-02 academic year. This temporary appointment (T) will be 100% for 
the nine-month period of August 27, 2001 through May 26, 2002 with a 
salary that is commensurate with qualifications and experience. 
The person should have a specialization in phonology and will be 
expected to teach undergraduate and graduate classes, including 
Introduction to Phonetics, Introduction to Phonology, and two or three 
courses to be selected from Language and Society, Introduction to 
Linguistics, Historical Linguistics, Computational Linguistics. Other 
responsibilities include providing service to the department, College, 
and University. Qualifications include a preference for a Ph.D. in 
Linguistics by date of appointment, but candidates who are A.B.D. will
be considered. Candidates must have at least one year of experience 
teaching in linguistics. Experience teaching Phonetics and Phonology 
is preferred. 

The deadline for receipt of letter of application is July 16, 2001. 
Send letter of application, a curriculum vitae, three letters of 
reference, graduate transcripts, sample publications, and, if
available, evidence of effectiveness in teaching to:

	Jeanette Gundel, Chair
	Linguistics Search Committee, ILES
	University of Minnesota
	214 Nolte Center
	315 Pillsbury Drive S.E.
	Minneapolis, MN 55455


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