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Tue Sep 16 2003

Jobs: French Ling Or Ethnoling: Asst Prof, U/Windsor

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Message 1: French Ling Or Ethnoling: Asst Prof, University of Windsor, Ontario

Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2003 13:40:19 +0000
From: ymebulm <ymebulmuwindsor.ca>
Subject: French Ling Or Ethnoling: Asst Prof, University of Windsor, Ontario



University or Organization: University of Windsor
Department: French Studies
Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: French Linguistics or Ethnolinguistics
Required Language(s): French (Code = FRN)


Description:

TENURE-TRACK POSITION IN FRENCH LINGUISTICS OR ETHNOLINGUISTICS

The University of Windsor's French studies programme invites
applications for a tenure-track position in French linguistics or
ethnolinguistics, with specialisation in Franco-Canadian dialectology,
at the rank of Assistant Professor commencing July 1, 2004. This
position is subject to final budgetary approval.

The successful candidate must hold a Ph.D. in French linguistics or
ethnolinguistics, by the date of appointment, with expertise in the
required areas; must show evidence of strong teaching and research
ability and must possess native or near-native fluency in spoken and
written French. A good working knowledge of the second official
language would be desirable.

Duties will include teaching in the following areas: introduction to
linguistics, advanced undergraduate courses in dialectology and
courses in French language training: grammar, phonetics, oral
expression and writing skills.

Through its variety of course offerings in the three-year general,
four-year honours and combined honours degree programmes, the French
programme at Windsor provides for the needs of all its students. The
programme consists of courses in the language, literature and cultur e
of France and other Francophone regions of the world, as well as of
2nd, 3rd and 4th year courses in theoretical and applied
linguistics. Our students may also participate in exchange programmes
with the Universit� de Nice Sophia-Antipolis and the Universit� du
Qu�bec � Montr�al. For more information about our programme, visit
our website at

http://www.uwindsor.ca/french .

The City of Windsor is situated in an officially designated bi-lingual
area, settled by francophones 300 years ago. Given the area's
francophone population, Windsor has several French language primary
and secondary schools.

The University of Windsor is committed to equity and diversity in the
workplace and welcomes applications from Aboriginal Peoples, persons
with disabilities and members of visible minorities. Applications from
women are particularly encouraged.

Applications will include: a letter of application indicating
citizenship/resident status; a curriculum vitae; statements of
teaching and research interests; a sample of scholarly work; sample
course outlines; teaching evaluations or other evidence of teaching
effectiveness; and three current letters of reference forwarded by the
referees.

To ensure full consideration, complete applications, including letters
of reference, should be submitted by November 14, 2003 to:

Dr. Veronica Fraser, Chair
French Studies
Languages, Literatures and Cultures
University of Windsor,
Windsor, Ontario N9B 3P4
Canada

Phone: 519.253.3000, ext. 2062, 
Fax: 519.971.3648
Email: vfraseruwindsor.ca



Address for Applications:

	Attn: Dr. Veronica Fraser, Chair
	French Studies, Languages, 
	Literatures and Cultures
	University of Windsor
	Windsor, Ontario N9B 3P4
	Canada 
 
	Applications are due by 14-Nov-2003


Contact Information:
	Dr. Veronica Fraser
	Email: vfraseruwindsor.ca
	Fax: 519.971.3648
	Website: http://www.uwindsor.ca/french
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