LINGUIST List 15.2864

Tue Oct 12 2004

Jobs: Phonology: Asst/Assoc Prof, New York University

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        1.    Evan Solomon, Modified Re: 15.2847: Phonology: Asst/Assoc Professor, New York University, NY, USA



Message 1: Modified Re: 15.2847: Phonology: Asst/Assoc Professor, New York University, NY, USA

Date: 11-Oct-2004
From: Evan Solomon <esolomonny.hodes.com>
Subject: Modified Re: 15.2847: Phonology: Asst/Assoc Professor, New York University, NY, USA


University or Organization: NEW YORK UNIVERSITY 
 Department: Department of Linguistics
 Job Rank: Assistant or Associate Professor  
 Specialty Areas: Phonology 
 
 
 Description:
 
 The Department of Linguistics at New York University will be adding a position
 in Phonology, beginning September 1, 2005, pending administrative and budgetary
 approval. The hiring will be either at the Assistant Professor (tenure track) or
 the Associate Professor (tenured) level; in the latter case, we are looking for
 applicants at the beginning of their tenured career.
 
 Responsibilities include teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
 Applicants should have a strong research record and a demonstrated ability to teach.
 
 Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, a
 statement of research interests, and a sample of work, by December 3, 2004 to
 the address below.  For information  about the department, please visit:
 http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/lingu/.
 
 NYU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
 
 
 Address for Applications:
 
 Phonology Search Committee
 Department of Linguistics
 New York University
 Faculty of Arts and Science
 719 Broadway, 4th Floor
 New York, NY 10003
 United States of America
 
 Application Deadline: 03-Dec-2004 
 
 Contact Information:
 
 Adamantios Gafos, Search Committee Chair
 Email: adamantios.gafosnyu.edu 
 Website: http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/lingu/
 
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