LINGUIST List 15.3016
Sat Oct 23 2004
Jobs: Linguistic Theories: Rank Open, Concordia U
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Linguistic Theories: Rank Open, Concordia University, Quebec, Canada
Message 1: Linguistic Theories: Rank Open, Concordia University, Quebec, Canada
From: Jean Proulx <jean.proulxconcordia.ca>
Subject: Linguistic Theories: Rank Open, Concordia University, Quebec, Canada
University or Organization: Concordia University
Department: Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics
Job Rank: Rank Open
Specialty Areas: Linguistic Theories; Syntax; Syntax-Semantics;
The Department of Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics at Concordia
University invites applications for a five-month limited term appointment in
Linguistics Theory, effective January 1st, 2005 to May 31st, 2005. We are
seeking candidates with a PhD. or ABD in theoretical linguistics, with
specialization in syntax and related fields, a strong research profile and
teaching experience in the field. Courses to be taught may include Introduction
to syntax, syntax-semantics interface and morphosyntax.
Review of applications will begin as they are received and will continue until
the position has been filled.
Applications should consist of a letter of intent, a curriculum vitae, a
statement of research achievements and objectives, a statement of teaching
interest, and three letters of reference. Electronic applications are accepted,
but the letter of intent and letters of reference must bear original signatures.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and
permanent residents will be given priority. Concordia University is committed to
Address for Applications:
Dr. Catherine Vallejo, Chair
Dept. of Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics
Concordia University, H-663
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West
Montreal QC H3G 1M8
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Dr. Catherine Vallejo
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