LINGUIST List 13.2724

Tue Oct 22 2002

Jobs: English Ling: Full Prof, U/Hamburg, Germany

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  1. lund, Jobs: English Linguistics: Full Prof, University of Hamburg, Germany

Message 1: Jobs: English Linguistics: Full Prof, University of Hamburg, Germany

Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2002 05:53:54 +0000
From: lund <>
Subject: Jobs: English Linguistics: Full Prof, University of Hamburg, Germany

University or Organization: University of Hamburg
Department: Department of British and American Studies
Rank of Job: Full Professor
Required Language(s):English (ENG)

		Full Professorship in English Linguistics

The successful candidate will conduct research in English Linguistics
and will teach in all branches of the field, including synchrony and
diachrony. Teaching load is 8 hours per week. She/he will administer
examinations at all academic levels. Candidates are preferred who have
both a theoretical and an empirical research background and a
functional orientation.

Employment requirements: 
Required background according to ´┐Ż 15 Hamburgisches Hochschulgesetz is
a Habilitation or an equivalent qualification. The successful
candidate is expected to participate in the Collaborative Research
Centre (538) Multilingualism sponsored by the Deutsche
Forschungsgemeinschaft. Excellent command of German is essential.

The University of Hamburg is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified
women are explicitly invited to apply. Among equally qualified and
experienced candidates, handicapped persons will be given preferential

Applications with C.V., list of publications, summary of research
focus, record of courses taught and philosophy of teaching should be
submitted by December 12th 2002.

Address for Applications:

	Attn: President of the University of Hamburg
	Ref. -632.5-, code no. 1809/4
	Moorweidenstra´┐Że 18
	Hamburg, 20148
	Applications are due by 12-Dec-2002

Contact Information:
 	Prof. Dr. Thomas Berg.
	Fax: 0049-40-42838-4856

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