LINGUIST List 15.1476

Mon May 10 2004

Jobs: General Ling: Asst Prof, Truman State U

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  1. adavis, English & Medieval English: Asst Prof, Truman State University

Message 1: English & Medieval English: Asst Prof, Truman State University

Date: Fri, 7 May 2004 09:49:22 -0400 (EDT)
From: adavis <>
Subject: English & Medieval English: Asst Prof, Truman State University

University or Organization: Truman State University
Department: English
Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics, Medieval English
Required Language(s): English (Code = ENG)




Truman State University, Missouri's highly selective public liberal
arts and sciences university, seeks a linguist or medievalist for a
full-time, one-year position as Temporary Instructor or Assistant
Professor of Linguistics or English beginning August 23, 2004.
Minimum requirement is an M.A. in the medieval area or in linguistics;
A.B.D. or Ph.D. preferred. Successful candidates will have
demonstrated excellence in and commitment to undergraduate teaching
and to a liberal arts environment. Send letter of application, vita,
undergraduate transcripts, graduate transcripts (copies of both
acceptable for now), three recent letters of recommendation,
names/phone numbers/e-mail addresses of three references, and evidence
of teaching effectiveness to Dr. Heinz D. Woehlk, Division of Language
and Literature, Truman State University, Kirksville, MO 63501. Review
of applications is ongoing and will continue until the position is
filled. Truman is an EEO institution committed to cultural diversity
and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and welcomes
applications from minority candidates.

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Professor Heinz Woehlk
	Division Head, Language and Literature
	McClain Hall, Truman State University
	Kirksville, MO 63501
	United States of America 

	Position is open until filled.

Contact Information:
	Adam Davis
	Tel: (660) 627-0008
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