LINGUIST List 15.2725
Fri Oct 01 2004
Jobs: Socioling: Visiting Prof, Ohio State U
Editor for this issue: Naomi Fox <foxlinguistlist.org>
Socioling: Visiting Prof, Ohio State U, Columbus, USA
Message 1: Socioling: Visiting Prof, Ohio State U, Columbus, USA
From: Frances Crowell <crowell.2osu.edu>
Subject: Socioling: Visiting Prof, Ohio State U, Columbus, USA
University or Organization: The Ohio State University
Job Rank: Visiting Professor
Specialty Areas: None
The Department of Linguistics at The Ohio State University seeks candidates
for a visiting position in Sociolinguistics, starting Autumn 2005. The
area of specialization within Sociolinguistics is open, as is the rank of
the appointment. The period of appointment can be for part or all of the
academic year, with a preference for individuals who will spend the entire
year. Candidates are expected to have their Ph.D. completed by the time of
The duties of the new appointee will include teaching at graduate and
undergraduate levels, advising graduate students, and participation in the
research activities of the department.
Review of applications will begin on December 1, 2004, and continue until
the position is filled.
Dossiers consisting of a letter of interest with a reference to the
Sociolinguistics position, current curriculum vitae and the names of three
references should be sent to apply.
The Ohio State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
employer. Women, minorities, Vietnam-era veterans, disabled veterans and
individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
For questions, please contact Brian Joseph (bjosephling.osu.edu) or Beth
Hume (ehumeling.osu.edu). For information about the Department of
Linguistics, please visit www.ling.ohio-state.edu
Address for Applications:
Ms Frances Crowell
Sociolinguistics Search Committee
1712 Neil Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210
United States of America
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Professor Brian Joseph
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