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Wed Nov 21 2001

Jobs: Anthropological Ling: Asst Prof, Illinois USA

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  1. Susan Gal, Anthropological Ling: Asst Professor at Univ of Chicago, Illinois USA

Message 1: Anthropological Ling: Asst Professor at Univ of Chicago, Illinois USA

Date: 20 Nov 2001 15:35:39 -0000
From: Susan Gal <s-galuchicago.edu>
Subject: Anthropological Ling: Asst Professor at Univ of Chicago, Illinois USA


Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: Anthropological Linguistics
University or Organization: The University of Chicago
Department: Anthropology
State or Province: Illinois
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: February 15, 2001
Contact: Susan Gal s-galuchicago.edu

Address for Applications:
1126 East 59th Street
Chicago
Illinois 60637
USA

The University of Chicago Department of Anthropology invites
applications for a possible faculty appointment in linguistic
anthropology to begin in 2002-03, preferably at the Assistant
Professorial rank.

We seek a colleague with active empirical projects and innovative
theoretical approaches to how language mediates sociocultural life.
We are interested particularly in someone who can develop new
technologies for linguistic anthropological investigation, and who can
enhance our joint Ph.D. Program in Linguistics and Sociocultural
Anthropology and other interdisciplinary graduate-training ventures.

Please send a detailed letter of inquiry, setting out your research
and publication agenda and your graduate and undergraduate teaching
competence and interests. Send as well a detailed curriculum vitae,
and a precis of the last major project/publication, which, for recent
PhDs, may be a dissertation. Include also the names and contact
information for three referees whom we may consult if necessary. 

Send materials to: Professor Susan Gal, Chair, Department of
Anthropology, The University of Chicago, 1126 East 59th Street,
Chicago, Illinois 60637-1580, U.S.A. by 15 February 2002. 

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