LINGUIST List 13.3300

Sun Dec 15 2002

Jobs: Jobs: 7: Full Prof, Uppsala University, Sweden

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  1. Gunilla.Gren-Eklund, Jobs: 7: Full Prof, Uppsala University, Sweden

Message 1: Jobs: 7: Full Prof, Uppsala University, Sweden

Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 11:50:09 +0000
From: Gunilla.Gren-Eklund <>
Subject: Jobs: 7: Full Prof, Uppsala University, Sweden

University or Organization: Uppsala University
Department: Dept. of Asian and African Languages
Rank of Job: Full Professor
Specialty Areas: Ling & Literature, Iranian Languages


Full professorship in Iranian languages and culture

To be eligible for this professorship applicants are required to
possess scholarly qualifications in Iranian languages. The prospective
holder of the chair should be able to document scholarly achievements
of a linguistic or an interpretative philological nature in New
Persian and at least one additional Iranian language.

In making this appointment as full professor, weight shall be given
primarily to scholarly competence and teaching skill, with special
attention paid to scholarly competence. Teaching skills must be
assessed with the same degree of conscientiousness as for research
achievements. In making this appointment as full professor,
documented scholarly achievements covering both linguistic and
philological aspects and/or a pre-Islamic Iranian language will be
regarded as a special qualification. In assessing teaching
competence, attention must be paid to experience in planning,
executing, and evaluating teaching and in individual supervision and
examination. Teaching skills in New Persian, the most important
Iranian language in the teaching programme of the Department are
particularly qualifying.

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Rector of Uppsala University 
	Registrar, Uppsala University
	Box 256
	Uppsala, SE-751 05
	Applications are due by 24-Jan-2003

Contact Information:
	Professor Bo Isaksson.
	Tel: +46-18-471 1002

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