LINGUIST List 15.1038

Mon Mar 29 2004

Jobs: General Ling: Adjunct Prof, U/Sheffield

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  1. a.r.linn, General Linguistics: Adjunct Professor, University of Sheffield, UK

Message 1: General Linguistics: Adjunct Professor, University of Sheffield, UK

Date: Fri, 26 Mar 2004 09:55:35 -0500 (EST)
From: a.r.linn <>
Subject: General Linguistics: Adjunct Professor, University of Sheffield, UK

University or Organization: University of Sheffield, UK
Department: Department of English Language and Linguistics
Rank of Job: Adjunct Professor
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics
Required Language(s): English (Code = ENG)


Lecturer in Linguistics (Fixed-term)	
�22,191 pa, pro rata	

The successful applicant will be required to provide undergraduate
teaching for the level three module on Semantics, Pragmatics and
Discourse, contribute to teaching on the BA course in English Language
and Literature, and provide training in research methods for MA
students. There may be opportunities to undertake teaching in your own
specialist area. Applicants should have a good honours degree in an
appropriate subject and be in the process of completing a PhD.
Experience of undergraduate teaching and sound knowledge of aspects of
semantics, pragmatics and discourse are essential. This post is
available for 4 months from late September 2004 to late January 2005
to cover a period of AHRB-funded study leave.

Closing Date: 14 April 2004 (Ref. No: PR1017)
Committed to equality through diversity
For full post details/application pack visit:
or email:
or tel: +44 (0) 114 222 1631 (24hr)
Please quote Ref. No. in all enquiries

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Professor Andrew Linn
	Department of English Language and Linguistics,
	University of Sheffield, Firth Court, Western Bank
	Sheffield, S10 2TN
	United Kingdom 

	Applications are due by 14-Apr-2004

Contact Information:
	Professor Andrew Linn
	Tel: 0114 222 1631

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