LINGUIST List 12.2727

Wed Oct 31 2001

Jobs: Bantu/Slavic/Semitic Langs: PostDoc, MN USA

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  1. Michael Flynn, Bantu, Slavic, Semitic Langs: Mellon Postdoc Carleton College, MN USA

Message 1: Bantu, Slavic, Semitic Langs: Mellon Postdoc Carleton College, MN USA

Date: 30 Oct 2001 15:34:01 -0000
From: Michael Flynn <mjflynncarleton.edu>
Subject: Bantu, Slavic, Semitic Langs: Mellon Postdoc Carleton College, MN USA


Rank of Job: Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow
Areas Required: Bantu, Slavic, or Semitic
University or Organization: Carleton College
Department: Linguistics Program
State or Province: Minnesota
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: January 2, 2002
Contact: Michael Flynn mjflynncarleton.edu

Address for Applications:
Linguistics Program, Carleton College
Northfield
MN 55057
USA

The Linguistics Program at Carleton College seeks candidates for a
two-year Mellon post-doctoral teaching fellowship for a recent Ph.D.
(within the last five years). Appointment involves half-time teaching
(one course in each of three ten-week terms) and half-time for
research and writing. We hope to appoint someone with a specialization
in either Bantu (especially Swahili), Slavic (especially Russian) or
Semitic (especially Arabic). Deadline for application is January 2,
2002. We plan to interview candidates at the LSA Annual Meeting in San
Francisco.

Carleton is a selective liberal arts college with 1850 students
located 45 miles south of the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and
St. Paul. Carleton is an affirmative action/equal opportunity
employer. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Send letter of application with a description of courses you might
like to teach and research plans for the next two years, c.v., and
three recent letters of reference and graduate transcripts to Michael
Flynn, Director, Linguistics Program, Carleton College, Northfield, MN
55057.q

Inquires may be directed to Professor Flynn at mjflynncarleton.edu or
507-646-4020.
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