LINGUIST List 12.2417

Sat Sep 29 2001

Jobs: MorphoSyntax: AsstProf at Dartmouth, NH USA

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  1. Lindsay Whaley, Morphosyntax: Assistant Professor at Dartmouth College, NH USA

Message 1: Morphosyntax: Assistant Professor at Dartmouth College, NH USA

Date: 28 Sep 2001 19:18:19 -0000
From: Lindsay Whaley <>
Subject: Morphosyntax: Assistant Professor at Dartmouth College, NH USA

Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: Morphosyntax
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Dartmouth College
Department: Linguistics & Cognitive Science
State or Province: New Hampshire
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: Nov. 30, 2001
Contact: Lindsay Whaley

Address for Applications:
6086 Reed, Dartmouth College
NH 03755

The Program in Linguistics and Cognitive Science at Dartmouth College
invites applications for a position in Morphosyntax at the rank of
Assistant Professor to begin July 1, 2002. The successful candidate
should have a specialization in Syntactic and/or Morphological Theory
and a research agenda that includes work on an endangered or lesser
studied language. Candidates should hold a Ph.D. in linguistics by
Fall 2002, have a strong commitment to research and the ability to
teach a range of courses at the undergraduate level. Top
consideration will be given to those candidates who are actively
engaged in fieldwork.

Interviews will be held in January, 2002 at the LSA meeting in San
Francisco. Dartmouth College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer which encourages applications from minority group
members and women. 

Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, one sample publication or piece
of written work, and teaching evaluations (if available) before
November 30, 2001 to:

Search Committee
Program in Linguistics and Cognitive Science
6086 Reed
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH 03755 USA

In addition, applicants should arrange for at least three letters of
recommendation to be sent under separate cover to the same address.
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