LINGUIST List 15.2321

Tue Aug 17 2004

Jobs: Cognitive Ling/Psycholing:Asst Prof,U/Kaohsiung

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  1. mytseng_2000, Jobs: Cognitive Ling/Psycholing: Asst Prof, U of Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Message 1: Jobs: Cognitive Ling/Psycholing: Asst Prof, U of Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2004 02:19:57 -0400 (EDT)
From: mytseng_2000 <>
Subject: Jobs: Cognitive Ling/Psycholing: Asst Prof, U of Kaohsiung, Taiwan

University or Organization: National University of Kaohsiung
Department: Western Languages and Literature
Rank of Job: From Assitant Professorhip to Full Professorship
Specialty Areas: Cognitive Ling, Psycholing, Critical Discourse Analysis


Applications are invited for a full-time tenure-track position to
begin in February 2005. Qualified applicants should have a Ph.D in
Linguistics or Applied Linguistics. Specialization in any of the
following fields will be a plus: Cognitive Linguistics,
Psycholinguistics, Critical Discourse Analysis, Language Acquisition,
Translation and Interpreting (between Chinese and English), etc. The
qualified applicant should be a native speaker of English or have
near-native proficiency in English.

To teach 9 - 12 hours of various courses including language skills
courses and serve on special departmental and university committees.

Monthly salary between NT$64,000 and NT$83,000 depending on rank
(Present Exchange: NT$34=US$1), National Health Insurance, and New
Year Bonus.

Please submit the following documents by post by 1 October 2004: 
1) a brief letter expressing your interest
2) a resume and publications list 
3) a copy of your Ph.D. diploma 
4) a copy of your Ph.D. dissertation 
 or 1 - 3 of your recent academic publications
5) two letters of reference.

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Dr. Ming-Yu Tseng
	Chairman and Search Committee
	Department of Western Languages and Literature
	National University of Kaohsiung
	700 Kaohsiung University Rd
	Nan-Tzu District
	Kaohsiung, 811
	Taiwan, ROC 

	Applications are due by 01-Oct-2004 

Contact Information:

	Dr. Ming-Yu Tseng
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