LINGUIST List 12.1928

Mon Jul 30 2001

Jobs: Phonology AsstProf, Japanese, Hyogo Japan

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  1. Kazuhiko Tajima, Phonology: Assistant Professor (Japanese) at Kobe College, Hyogo Japan

Message 1: Phonology: Assistant Professor (Japanese) at Kobe College, Hyogo Japan

Date: 28 Jul 2001 14:45:45 -0000
From: Kazuhiko Tajima <tajimagc4.so-net.ne.jp>
Subject: Phonology: Assistant Professor (Japanese) at Kobe College, Hyogo Japan


Rank of Job: Assistant Professor (Kooshi or Jokyooju in Japanese)
Areas Required: Phonology
Other Desired Areas: Phonetics and Morphology
University or Organization: Kobe College, Japan
Department: Department of English
State or Province: Hyogo
Country: Japan
Final Date of Application: September 21, 2001
Contact: Kazuhiko Tajima tajimagc4.so-net.ne.jp

Address for Applications:
Phonology Search Committee, Dept. of English, Kobe College, 4-1
Okadayama
Nishinomiya
Hyogo 662-8505
JAPAN

Applications are invited for an Assistant Professorship (Kooshi or
Jokyooju in Japanese) in Phonology starting April 1, 2002. 

Applicants should have a PhD (or near completion) in Linguistics. The
post will involve teaching both general English courses and
Linguistics courses. PhD is required to teach graduate courses.
Applicants should have strong qualifications in teaching and research.
Japanese language reading and speaking abilities are highly desirable
for full participation in administrative duties.

Applicants should submit an application letter, full curriculum vitae
inJapanese, sample research papers, and the names of two references
with contact information. Hard copies only please. The application
deadline is September 21, 2001.

Kobe College (Kobe Jogakuin Daigaku) is a highly competitive private
women's college founded in 1873 by American missionaries in the
suburb of Kobe-Osaka area. The college offers both undergraduate and
graduate programs in Literature, Linguistics, Cultures, Human Sciences,
and Music. For further information please see our homepage at
http://www.kobe-c.ac.jp/.
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