LINGUIST List 12.3109

Mon Dec 17 2001

Jobs: Phonology: AsstProf at U/Potsdam, Germany

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  1. Caroline Fery, Phonology: Junior Prof (AsstProf) at Univ/Potsdam, Brandenburg Germany

Message 1: Phonology: Junior Prof (AsstProf) at Univ/Potsdam, Brandenburg Germany

Date: 15 Dec 2001 13:50:12 -0000
From: Caroline Fery <>
Subject: Phonology: Junior Prof (AsstProf) at Univ/Potsdam, Brandenburg Germany

Rank of Job: Junior Professor (Assistant Professor)
Areas Required: Phonology
Other Desired Areas: Phonetics, Syntax
University or Organization: University of Potsdam
Department: Department of Linguistics
State or Province: Brandenburg
Country: Germany
Final Date of Application: January 15th 2002
Contact: Caroline Fery

Address for Applications:
Department of Linguistics, Postfach 601553
Brandenburg 14415

The Faculty of Humanities of the University of Potsdam (Department of
Linguisitcs) is seeking to fill a position of an Assistant Professor
for Experimental Phonology/Phonetics (Juniorpfrofessor).

Knowledge in phonology and phonetics, especially in the domain of
intonation, is required. Acquaintance with experimental set-ups and
speech analysis programs are an advantage. Further qualifications are
expected in the interaction between syntax and phonology. Since the
position involves teaching at all levels, knowledge of German, or at
least willingness to learn German within a short delay is a must.
Candidates are also expected to cooperate with the members of the
staff in different research projects, and to lead their own research

For further information please contact Prof.Caroline Fery, Institut
f�r Linguistik/Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft (Tel.: (+49) 0331 977 -
2432 bzw. email: ).

Applications should be addressed until January 15th 2002 to the
Rektor der Universit�t Potsdam, 
Postfach 60 15 53, 14415 Potsdam

Please indicate JP 2001/3.1 in your letter

Join a CV, list of publications, of teaching and other relevant

The dissertation may not be older than 5 years. 
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