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Jobs: Morphology, Historical Ling Lecturers UCLA USA

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  1. Tim Stowell, Morphology, Historical Ling: Lecturer (short term) at UCLA, CA USA

Message 1: Morphology, Historical Ling: Lecturer (short term) at UCLA, CA USA

Date: 17 Oct 2001 18:17:08 -0000
From: Tim Stowell <stowellhumnet.ucla.edu>
Subject: Morphology, Historical Ling: Lecturer (short term) at UCLA, CA USA


Rank of Job: Lecturer (short term)
Areas Required: English Morphology, Historical Linguistics
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: UCLA
Department: Linguistics
State or Province: California
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: see job description
Contact: Tim Stowell stowellhumnet.ucla.edu

Address for Applications:
UCLA Linguistics Department
Los Angeles
California 90095-1543
USA

The Department of Linguistics at the University of California, Los
Angeles, announces the need for instructors for three courses during the
2001- 2002 academic year. The pay level for each course will be up to
$7200, pending funding, for ten weeks of lectures plus one exam week.
Depending on enrollments, teaching assistants may be provided.
Candidates should have a strong teaching record. 

The following courses are available: 

Linguistics 10 Structure of English Words. (Winter Quarter; Jan 7 -
March 22, 2002) 
Introduction to the structure of English words of classical origin,
including most common base forms and rules by which alternate forms are
derived. Students may expect to achieve substantial enrichment of their
vocabulary while learning about etymology, semantic change, and abstract
rules of English word formation. 

Linguistics 110. Introduction to Historical Linguistics (Winter
Quarter; Jan 7 - March 22, 2002) 
Prerequisite courses Ling 20 (Intro Ling), 103 (Intro Phonetics), 120A
(Intro Phonology). 
Methods and theories appropriate to historical study of language, such
as comparative method and method of internal reconstruction. Sound
change, grammatical change, semantic change. 

Linguistics 10 Structure of English Words. (Spring Quarter; April 1 -
June 14, 2002) 
Introduction to the structure of English words of classical origin,
including most common base forms and rules by which alternate forms are
derived. Students may expect to achieve substantial enrichment of their
vocabulary while learning about etymology, semantic change, and abstract
rules of English word formation. 

Candidates must have a Ph.D. in hand at time of application and will
be appointed pending Dean's approval. Review of applications will
begin Nov. 1, 2001, and appointments may be made by Nov. 15, but
applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

Applications should include a letter of application, curriculum vita,
copies of teaching evaluations (where possible) and copies of (a small
number of) publications to:

 Search Committee, 
 UCLA Department of Linguistics, 
 Los Angeles, California 90095-1543.

Candidates should also send a note by e-mail to the search committee as
soon as possible, indicating their intention to apply, to the following
e-mail address:
 paninikallpa.ling.ucla.edu

UCLA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and members of
underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply.
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