LINGUIST List 15.3004
Thu Oct 21 2004
Jobs: Cognitive Science: Full Prof, Harvard University
Editor for this issue: Vanessa Manion <vanessalinguistlist.org>
Cognitive Science: Full Prof, Harvard University, MA, USA
Message 1: Cognitive Science: Full Prof, Harvard University, MA, USA
From: Mary Violette <violettefas.harvard.edu>
Subject: Cognitive Science: Full Prof, Harvard University, MA, USA
University or Organization: Harvard University
Job Rank: Full Professor
Specialty Areas: Mind, Brain, Behavior
Applicants should have a distinguished record of innovative research and
teaching in a subfield of linguistics related to the areas covered by Harvard's
Mind, Brain, Behavior (MBB) Interfaculty Initiative (e.g., cognitive
neuroscience, cognitive psychology, computer science, philosophy). The
successful candidate will be expected to play an active role building
collaborative relationships with researchers in other MBB fields and to provide
leadership in guiding the future development of linguistics at Harvard.
Teaching ability at the undergraduate and graduate levels and the ability to
work well with colleagues are essential.
This is one of two tenured appointments that the Department of Linguistics at
Harvard University is seeking to make at the rank of Professor, effective July
1, 2005. The searches will be administered together, and all applicants, unless
they request otherwise, will be considered for one or both positions as
appropriate. Harvard University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
Employer. Applications from members of minority groups and women are
Applicants are requested to forward a detailed curriculum vitae, including a
complete bibliography, to the address below.
Publications and references will be solicited later. The deadline for receipt
of materials is December 1, 2004.
Address for Applications
Linguistics Search Committee
Department of Linguistics
305 Boylston Hall
Cambridge, MA 02138
United States of America
Application Deadline: 01-Dec-2004
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