LINGUIST List 15.1477

Mon May 10 2004

Support: Aleut description: Grad Student, U/Alaska

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  1. Anna Berge, Aleut Syntax and Discourse: Grad Student, U/Alaska

Message 1: Aleut Syntax and Discourse: Grad Student, U/Alaska

Date: Tue, 4 May 2004 13:55:34 -0400 (EDT)
From: Anna Berge <>
Subject: Aleut Syntax and Discourse: Grad Student, U/Alaska

The Alaska native Language Center has available a graduate research
assistantship for work through an NSF-funded grant to study Aleut
syntax and discourse. Remuneration is in the amount of up to $16,900
(depending on graduate status and level) plus tuition and fees.
Position is funded from September 1, 2004 through August 31, 2006.
The research assistant is employed for 20 hours/week over the 9-month
academic year and full-time during the summer.

Work will include summer fieldwork, text collection, transcription and
translation, analysis, and language elicitation for the purpose of
language learning materials development. Preference will be given to
students with a demonstrated interest in Aleut, language endangerment,
or descriptive syntax and discourse.

To apply, please send letter of interest, a current vita, two letters
of recommendation (including one from a current advisor, if
applicable) to:

	Anna Berge
	Alaska Native Language Center
	Box 757680
	Fairbanks, AK 99775-7680

Deadline for receipt of applications is May 31. Address inquiries to
Prof. Anna Berge at

Subject-Language: Aleut; Code: ALW 
Language-Family: Eskimo-Aleut; Code: EA 

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