LINGUIST List 13.371

Mon Feb 11 2002

Jobs: Modified: Theoretical Ling: AsstProf, Canada

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  1. Robert Stainton, Modified Re: 13.8: Theoretical Ling: AsstProf, Carleton U, ON Canada

Message 1: Modified Re: 13.8: Theoretical Ling: AsstProf, Carleton U, ON Canada

Date: 11 Feb 2002 17:29:43 -0000
From: Robert Stainton <>
Subject: Modified Re: 13.8: Theoretical Ling: AsstProf, Carleton U, ON Canada

Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: Theoretical Linguistics
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Carleton University
Department: Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
State or Province: Ontario
Country: Canada
Final Date of Application: March 1, 2002
Contact: Robert Stainton

The School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies at Carleton
University invites applications for a tenure-track position in
theoretical linguistics at the rank of Assistant Professor, to start
August 1, 2002. Appointees may be asked to teach courses at the
undergraduate level in any area of general linguistics offered by the

Appointees may be considered for a cross appointment in Cognitive
Science, where they may also supervise students at the Ph.D. level in
their area of specialisation. A Ph.D. in linguistics and evidence of
strong potential in teaching and research are required.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. The applications of
Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.
Carleton University is committed to equality of employment for women,
aboriginal peoples, visible minorities and persons with disabilities.
Persons from these groups are encouraged to apply.

This position is subject to budgetary approval. Applications should be
submitted to Professor Ian Pringle, Director, School of Linguistics
and Applied Language Studies, Carleton University Ottawa, Ontario K1S
5B6. Letters of application should be accompanied by a curriculum
vitae and names and addresses of three referees, and a concise dossier
that includes two samples of scholarly work and written evidence of
teaching effectiveness (a teaching portfolio would be
preferred). Applications will be evaluated as received, but not after
March 1st, 2002.
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