LINGUIST List 12.2428

Tue Oct 2 2001

Jobs: Phonetics/Phonology AsstProf, U/Georgia USA

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  1. William Provost, Phonetics/Phonology: Asst Professor,University of Georgia, GA USA

Message 1: Phonetics/Phonology: Asst Professor,University of Georgia, GA USA

Date: 1 Oct 2001 14:04:25 -0000
From: William Provost <>
Subject: Phonetics/Phonology: Asst Professor,University of Georgia, GA USA

Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: Phonetics/Phonology
Other Desired Areas: computer analysis
University or Organization: University of Georgia
Department: English
State or Province: Georgia
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: November 5, 2001
Contact: William Provost

Address for Applications:
Linguistics Program, Gilbert Hall
GA 30602

The Department of English and the Linguistics Program at the
University of Georgia seek to make a tenure-track Assistant Professor
appointment in the area of Phonetics and Phonology, to begin August
2002. The successful candidate must be able to teach undergraduate and
graduate courses in both theoretical phonology and in phonetics
(acoustical and articulatory/impressionistic). Practical experience
with computer analysis is strongly desired. Candidates must
demonstrate potential as outstanding teachers and scholars, and must
have the PHD in hand before beginning the appointment. Interviews will
be scheduled at LSA, and potentially at MLA as well.

The University of Georgia Department of English has 45 tenured or
tenure track faculty members, many of them specialists in Linguistics
and/or English Language Studies. Linguistics is an interdepartmental
Program, offering degrees at all levels, with 32 affiliated faculty
members whose home departments reach widely across the university.

Please direct a letter of application and cv to William Provost,
Director, Linguistics Program, Gilbert Hall, University of Georgia,
Athens, GA 30602. Applications must be postmarked by November 5, 2001
to receive full consideration. Letters of recommendation and writing
samples will be requested later from selected applicants. We encourage
applications from women and minorities. The University of Georgia is
an AA/EEO institution.
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