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Wed Dec 11 2002

Jobs: Applied Ling: Prof, U/Nijmegen, Netherlands

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Message 1: Applied Ling: Full Prof, U of Nijmegen, Netherlands

Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2002 08:18:36 +0000
From: S.vanBoxtel <S.vanBoxtellet.kun.nl>
Subject: Applied Ling: Full Prof, U of Nijmegen, Netherlands

University or Organization: University of Nijmegen
Department: Department of Linguistics
Rank of Job: Full Professor
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics
Required Language(s):

Description:

The Department of Linguistics, University of Nijmegen, The
Netherlands, invites applications for a half-time (0.5 fte) Chair in
Applied Linguistics at Full Professorship level. Until recently, the
Joint Chair in Applied Linguistics and Linguistic Variation was
occupied by Professor Kees de Bot and Professor Roeland van Hout, but
with the departure of the former, a vacancy now exists for someone who
will assume content-related and administrative responsibility for
teaching and research in applied linguistics and language and speech
pathology.

We are looking for candidates with demonstrable qualities in
researching and teaching empirical linguistics, attracting research
projects, and supervising MA and PhD theses. Additional administrative
experience is considered an advantage.

Candidates should be thoroughly acquainted with the fields of second
language acquisition and multilingualism, and at least one of the
following fields:

- The teaching of Dutch as a Second Language
- Language and speech pathology
- Neurolinguistics
- The methodology of empirical research

Candidates must have sufficient affinity with the remaining fields to
be able to provide leadership to the department specialists in these
areas.

The successful candidate must be sufficiently acquainted with research
and teaching in the field of Linguistic Variation to be able to
co-operate fully with the occupant of the Chair of Linguistic
Variation.

For further information, contact the Chair of the Search Committee,
Professor Pieter Muysken by email (p.muyskenlet.kun.nl) or by phone
(+31 24 361 2169) or the Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Professor Hans
Bots (h.botslet.kun.nl; +31 24 361 2171).

Applications (to arrive no later than 18 January, 2003) should be
addressed to:

	Professor H. Bots
	Dekaan
	Faculteit der Letteren
	University of Nijmegen
	Postbus 9103
	6500 HD Nijmegen
	The Netherlands

Website: http://www.let.kun.nl
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