LINGUIST List 15.3439
Wed Dec 08 2004
Jobs: Ling Theories: Post Doc, University of Stuttgart
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Linguistics Theories: Post Doc, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Message 1: Linguistics Theories: Post Doc, University of Stuttgart, Germany
From: Achim Stein <achim.steinling.uni-stuttgart.de>
Subject: Linguistics Theories: Post Doc, University of Stuttgart, Germany
University or Organization: University of Stuttgart
Job Rank: Post Doc
Specialty Areas: Linguistic Theories
Beginning on the 1st of March, 2005, the Graduate Program 'Linguistic
representations and their interpretation' at the University of Stuttgart, in the
German-French cooperation program with the Doctoral School 'Cognition, language,
interaction' at the Université de Paris VIII is offering a post-doctoral
fellowship in linguistics.
The postdoc-fellowship will be given initially for 14 months and for a maximum
of two years (contingent upon the renewal of the graduate program by the
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft). The fellow will work on a precisely described
or already initiated research topic, preferably touching on at least two of the
four concentrations of the German-French program listed below. Criteria for
selection are a PhD, preferably in Romance or General Linguistics, and very good
knowledge of French, English and German.
In connection with the thematically broad program of study, the postdoctoral
fellow will help the doctoral fellows to recognize larger related issues outside
of their more narrowly defined research projects, to find connections to
research both inside the graduate program and out, and especially to orient them
with the appropriate knowledge of the research approaches being pursued on the
German and French sides so that they can profit optimally from their stay at the
The postdoctoral fellowship currently pays at least 1365 Euros per month.
Applications are to be sent by email, by the 15th of January, 2005, to
dfgkling.uni-stuttgart.de (PDF format for application materials highly
preferred). Further information is available on the German-French Program at
(http://www.uni-stuttgart.de/linguistik/dfgk.html), on the Graduate Program in
general at http://www.ims.uni-stuttgart.de/Graduiertenkolleg/,
or from the co-ordinators of the German-French program Prof. Achim Stein,
Universität Stuttgart, and Prof. Brenda Laca, Université de Paris VIII, at
the given e-mail address.
Address for Applications:
Application Deadline: 15-Jan-2005
Professor Achim Stein
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