LINGUIST List 12.456

Tue Feb 20 2001

Jobs: Sorbian: C4 Prof at U of Leipzig, Germany

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  1. Dr. Heinz Richter, Sorbian Lang & Ling: C4 Prof at U of Leipzig, Germany

Message 1: Sorbian Lang & Ling: C4 Prof at U of Leipzig, Germany

Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2001 12:24:05 +0000
From: Dr. Heinz Richter <>
Subject: Sorbian Lang & Ling: C4 Prof at U of Leipzig, Germany

The Philological Faculty of the University of Leipzig, Germany,
invites applications for the following position, to commence October
1, 2001.

Sorbian Language and Linguistics

Candidates should have broad expertise the field as well as
demonstrated ability in research and teaching, and additionally a
willingness to participate in interdisciplinary collaborative
research. The successful candidate will be expected to conduct
research in the following areas: the contemporary Sorbian language,
Sorbian historical linguistics, and comparative linguistics. An
active knowledge of Upper and/or Lower Sorbian as well as teaching
experience at the university level and internationally-recognized
research porential are expected.

Other rights and responsibilities of candidates are listed in the
Saxon University Statute (S�chsisches Hochschulgesetz - S�chsHG)
and the Saxon Employment Decree (S�chsische Dienstaufgabenverordnung
- DAVOHS). The applicant must meet the appointment requirements set
forth in � 40 of the Saxon University Statute (including university
degree, demonstrated teaching ability, Ph.D., Habilitation or
equivalent qualification).

Applications should consist of a full Curriculum Vitae with picture
(including academic degrees or equivalent, list of publications,
academic title and summary of relevant teaching experience), as well
as a certified copy of highest diploma or qualification held, and
should be received no later than April 10, 2001 at the following

Universit�t Leipzig
Dekan der Philologische Fakult�t
Herrn Professor Dr. Wolfgang F. Schwarz
Br�hl 34-50, 01409 Leipzig

In accordance with legal statutes, the University of Leipzig endeavors
to support women in particular, and therefore qualified women are
especially encouraged to apply. Preferential consideration will be
given to disabled applicants of equal qualification.
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