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LINGUIST List 16.1185

Thu Apr 14 2005

Jobs: Phonetics/Phonology: Researcher, U of Hamburg

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        1.    Conxita Lleo, Central Catalan & Phonetics/Phonology: Researcher, University of Hamburg, Germany

Message 1: Central Catalan & Phonetics/Phonology: Researcher, University of Hamburg, Germany
Date: 13-Apr-2005
From: Conxita Lleo <lleouni-hamburg.de>
Subject: Central Catalan & Phonetics/Phonology: Researcher, University of Hamburg, Germany

University or Organization: University of Hamburg
Department: Collaborative Research Center on Multilingualism
Job Rank: Researcher
Specialty Areas: Phonetics; Language Acquisition, Sociolinguistics
Required Language: Catalan-valencian-balear (CLN)


Collaborative Research Center on Multilingualism
Phono-prosodische Entwicklung des Katalanischen im gegenwärtigen
bilingualen Kontext (Teilprojekt H6) Prof. Dr. Conxita Lleó


Job opportunities as of July 1st, 2005, for three years 2 post-graduate
researchers (half positions) in a research project on 'Phono-Prosodic
Development of Catalan in the Present Bilingual Context'. The project examines
the present state and development of the Catalan language, especially in
Barcelona, where it is in close contact with Spanish. The project focuses on
phonology, taking also into consideration lexical and syntactic data of three
generations: children, adolescents and adults. It is one of 12 projects of the
Collaborative Research Center on Multilingualism funded by the DFG (Deutsche
Forschungsgemein-schaft, German Research Foundation) established at the
University of Hamburg in 1999. The position is part-time and gives the
researcher the opportunity of doing a Ph.D.

Applicants should have a University Degree in Linguistics, in the area of
phonetics and/or phonology, and have native-language command of Catalan and
excellent knowledge of Catalan grammar, as well as good knowledge of English
and/or German. Experience in acoustic analysis is required. Computing experience
and knowledge of statistics would be an advantage.

The University of Hamburg wishes to increase the number of women among their
academic staff and there-fore encourages women to apply. In accordance with
Hamburg law (Gleichstellungs-gesetz), female candidates will be given priority
in case of equal qualifications with male applicants.

Handicapped applicants will be given priority over other candidates, in case of
equal qualifications.

Applicants should send full C.V. with passfoto and two letters of
recommendation by May 15th, 2005 to the address below.

Informal queries over e-mail are welcome: lleouni-hamburg.de

Address for Applications:

Prof. Dr. Conxita Lleo
Institut für Romanistik
Universität Hamburg
Von-Melle-Park 6
Hamburg 20146

Application Deadline: 15-May-2005

Contact Information:

Prof. Dr. Conxita Lleo
Email: lleouni-hamburg.de
Phone: 004940 6027137
Fax: 004940 42838 6242
Website: http://www.rrz.uni-hamburg.de/SFB538/

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