LINGUIST List 13.1085

Fri Apr 19 2002

Jobs: German Translation & Socioling: Aston U, UK

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  1. Prof Anne Stevens, German Translation & Socioling: Lecturer, Aston U, Birmingham, Britain

Message 1: German Translation & Socioling: Lecturer, Aston U, Birmingham, Britain

Date: 19 Apr 2002 10:05:14 -0000
From: Prof Anne Stevens <>
Subject: German Translation & Socioling: Lecturer, Aston U, Birmingham, Britain

Rank of Job: Lecturer A/B
Areas Required: German Translation; German Sociolinguistics
Other Desired Areas: German media
University or Organization: Aston University, Birmingham
Department: German
State or Province: West Midlands
Country: Britain
Final Date of Application: 15.05.2002
Contact: Prof Anne Stevens

Address for Applications:
Aston Triangle
West Midlands B4 7ET

Lecturers in the School of the Languages and European Studies

The School of Languages and European Studies at Aston University,
rated 5 in the RAE, is seeking the following lecturers to contribute
strongly to our outstanding programmes of research and teaching

Lecturer in Translation Studies

A lecturer in Translation Studies for our research and teaching
(undergraduate and postgraduate) programmes in Translation Studies and
German, and also, desirably, in French. We are looking for a native
speaker of English, and should particularly value an interest in the
German/European press and broadcasting media and the discourse of
these media.

The appointment will be made at the Lecturer A or B level.

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Dr Christina Sch�ffner (email telephone +44 121 359 3611 extension 4224)
or Professor Anne Stevens (email telephone
+44 121 359 3611 extension 5464)

Fixed-term part-time Lecturer A in German and Linguistics 

Following the award of Leverhulme Research Fellowship one of our
members of staff we are seeking a part-time lecturer in German with a
special interest in German sociolinguistics. The post will be a
four-fifths appointment at Lecturer A level for a period of 42 weeks
from mid-September 2002.

Informal enquiries may be made to Dr Reershemius (e-mail telephone +44 121 359 3611 extension
4225) or to Professor Stevens.
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