LINGUIST List 15.3531
Sun Dec 19 2004
Jobs: English/Phonology: Junior Lecturer, U de Paris 3
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English/Phonology: Junior Lecturer, Université de Paris 3-Sorbonne Nouvelle, France
Message 1: English/Phonology: Junior Lecturer, Université de Paris 3-Sorbonne Nouvelle, France
From: Dominique Boulonnais <dominique.boulonnaisuniv-paris3.fr>
Subject: English/Phonology: Junior Lecturer, Université de Paris 3-Sorbonne Nouvelle, France
University or Organization: Université de Paris 3 - Sorbonne Nouvelle
Department: UFR du Monde Anglophone
Job Rank: Junior Lecturer
Specialty Areas: Phonology; English phonology
Required Language: English (ENG)
'Maitre de langue' (ML), i.e. junior lecturer in (applied) English phonology.
The variety of English taught is British English. The basic qualification is to
have completed at least two years of postgraduate studies - i.e. one year of
doctoral work - in English phonology. This is a one-year appointment, renewable
for a second year. The net monthly salary is approximately 1600,00 euros.
N.B. A candidate who has obtained a doctorate in English phonology and who
would like to make a career in the French university system can use an ML
appointment as a first step - gaining teaching experience in the French system,
improving his/her French - before applying for 'qualification' at the beginning
of his/her second year and appointment as lecturer ('Maitre de conférence').
The syllabus covers the following points :
- phonemic transcription
- articulatory description of English phonemes
- graphophonemics (i.e. spelling to sounds)
- sentence-stress, rhythm, weak & strong forms
Pronouncing dictionaries :
D. Jones, English Pronouncing Dictionary, 16th ed., Cambridge: C.U.P.
J.C.Wells, Longman Pronunciation Dictionary, London: Longman, 2000
A. Deschamps, J.-L. Duchet, J.-M. Fournier & M. O'Neil, English Phonology
and Graphophonemics, Paris: Ophrys, 2004
A.C. Gimson / A. Cruttenden, Pronunciation of English, 5th ed., London:
Edward Arnold, 1994
M. Ginesy, Phonetique et phonologie de l'anglais, Paris: Ellipses 2000
R. Lily & M. Viel, La prononciation de l'anglais, Paris: Hachette
P. Roach, English Phonetics and Phonology, 3rd ed., Cambridge: C.U.P. 2000
Please note, applications for 2005 / 2006 should be in by March 15, 2005.
For further details and application forms, please contact :
Jennifer Vince: jvinceuniv-paris3.fr
Dominique Boulonnais: dominique.boulonnaisuniv-paris3.fr
Address for Applications:
Dr Dominique Boulonnais
Universite de Paris 3 - Sorbonne Nouvelle
Institut du Monde Anglophone
5, rue de l'Ecole-de-Medecine
Application Deadline: 15-Mar-2005
Dr. Dominique Boulonnais
Phone: 331 40 51 33 00
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