LINGUIST List 12.277

Thu Feb 1 2001

Jobs: Syntax: Asst Prof at U of Toronto, Canada

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  1. Peter Reich, Syntax: Asst Prof at U of Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Message 1: Syntax: Asst Prof at U of Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Date: 30 Jan 2001 18:07:44 -0000
From: Peter Reich <>
Subject: Syntax: Asst Prof at U of Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: Syntax
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: University of Toronto
Department: Linguistics
State or Province: Ontario
Country: Canada
Final Date of Application: March 15, 2001
Contact: Peter Reich

Address for Applications:
130 St. George St., Room 6076
Ontario M5S 3H1


The Department of Linguistics at the University of Toronto is seeking
an Assistant Professor for a one-year term, running from September
2001 through August 2002, in the area of syntax, subject to budgetary
approval. Responsibilities include teaching at the undergraduate and
graduate levels and possible involvement in graduate supervision.

Teaching load: Two full course equivalent (four one-semester) courses
during the academic year 2001-2002 plus one half-course equivalent in
the summer 2002.


 	Ph.D. in linguistics
 	Teaching experience preferred

Please submit applications to:

	Professor Peter Reich, Chair
	Department of Linguistics
	130 St. George Street
	University of Toronto
	Toronto, Ontario, Canada
	M5S 3H1

	telephone: 416 978-4029
	fax: 416 971-2688

Deadline: 15 March 2001

Please include a writing sample and copies of any course evaluations
with your application. In addition, please arrange to have three
reference letters submitted by the application deadline.

You can visit the department website at:

In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, preference will
be given to Canadian Citizens and permanent residents of Canada. In
addition, under the Free Trade Agreement citizens of the United States
or Mexico will also be considered.

The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within
its community. The University especially welcomes applications from
visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons
with disabilities, and others who may add to the diversity of ideas.
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