LINGUIST List 12.976

Sun Apr 8 2001

Jobs: Semantics/Pragmatics, Stanford, USA

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  1. Stanley Peters, Visiting Position at Stanford University in Semantics/Pragmatics

Message 1: Visiting Position at Stanford University in Semantics/Pragmatics

Date: Fri, 06 Apr 2001 15:08:26 -0700
From: Stanley Peters <petersCSLI.Stanford.EDU>
Subject: Visiting Position at Stanford University in Semantics/Pragmatics

	 Visiting Position in Semantics and Pragmatics


The Department of Linguistics at Stanford University invites
applications for a full-time, one-year visiting position in semantics
and pragmatics for the 2001-2002 academic year at the rank of
Assistant Professor. The visiting faculty member will be expected to
teach four courses in semantics and pragmatics over three academic
quarters, and to advise students on their research. Teaching will be
at both the graduate and the undergraduate levels and will include
core courses in semantics and pragmatics.

The department has a lively program in semantics and pragmatics,
including an active colloquium series; for more information see

Applications must be received by April 27, 2001, and should include
the candidate's CV, representative samples of published or unpublished
work, teaching evaluations (if available), and a statement of teaching
interests. Applicants should also arrange for three letters of
reference to be sent directly to the search committee before the
application deadline. Send all materials to:

	Stanley Peters, Chair
	Stanford University
	Department of Linguistics
	Stanford, CA 94305-2150
	Fax: +1-650-723 5666

Applicants who expressed interest in this position in response to the
preliminary announcement and who are still interested should ensure
that any required materials not previously submitted reach the search
committee by April 27, 2001.

For further information contact Stanley Peters at

Stanford University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action
Employer. Applications from minority and women candidates are
especially welcome.
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