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Wed Feb 4 2004

Jobs: Linguistic Theory: Rank Open, Princeton

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Message 1: Linguistic Theory: Rank Open, Princeton University

Date: Wed, 4 Feb 2004 12:05:09 -0500 (EST)
From: babbylh <babbylhprinceton.edu>
Subject: Linguistic Theory: Rank Open, Princeton University



University or Organization: Princeton University
Department: Linguistics
Rank of Job: Rank Open
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics, Language Acquisition,
		 Phonology, Pragmatics, Syntax


Description:

The Program in Linguistics at Princeton University invites
applications for a half-time visiting faculty position in linguistics
for the academic year 2004-2005. Rank is open. The successful
candidate will be expected to teach both undergraduate and graduate
students and be able to teach a broad spectrum of courses in more than
one of the following areas: phonology, language acquisition, syntax,
pragmatics, computational linguistics. It is hoped that the successful
candidate will have the opportuniy to teach a course in his/her area
of specialization. Send a curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching
and research interests, and two letters of recommendation to:
Linguistics Search Committee, Linguistics Program, 029 East Pyne,
Princeton University, Princeton NJ 08544. 

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Princeton
is an equal opportunity, affirmtive action employer. Questions can be
addressed to Professor Leonard Babby, Program Director, at:
babbylhprinceton.edu



Address for Applications:

 Attn: Professor Leonard Babby
 Program in Linguistics, 029 East Pyne
 Princeton University
 Princeton, NJ 08544
 United States of America

	Position is open until filled


Contact Information:
 Professor Leonard Babby
 Email: babbylhprinceton.edu
 Tel: 609-258-2433
 Fax: 609-258-4899

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