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LINGUIST List 16.1468

Mon May 09 2005

Jobs: Lexical Semantics: Research Asst, Northeastern U

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        1.    Janet Randall, Lexical Semantics: Research Assistant, Northeastern University, MA, USA

Message 1: Lexical Semantics: Research Assistant, Northeastern University, MA, USA
Date: 09-May-2005
From: Janet Randall <randallneu.edu>
Subject: Lexical Semantics: Research Assistant, Northeastern University, MA, USA

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University or Organization: Northeastern University
Department: Linguistics Program
Job Rank: Research Assistant
Specialty Areas: Syntax/Lexical semantics/Argument structure


Research Assistant needed for a book project.

Must be familiar with lexical semantics, specifically the Lexical
Conceptual Structure of verbs and their arguments, linking rules,
syntax/semantics interface, argument structure, theta-role argumentation
and event structure from the early-90s to the present (including
Jackendoff, Levin & Rappaport). Preference given to candidates available for
regular meetings in Boston/Cambridge

Time frame: now through August 1;
Commitment: approximately 20 hours/week for approximately 8 weeks.
Flexible; will coordinate meetings with LSA Institute schedule
Qualifications: Post-doc or advanced PhD candidate
Salary: $3000
Send: cv and at least one reference by e-mail (reference should be easily
contactable by phone and/or e-mail)

Address for Applications:

Janet Randall
Linguistics Program Northeastern University
406 Holmes Hall
Cambridge, MA 02115
United States of America

Application Deadline: 20-May-2005

Contact Information:

Janet Randall
Email: randallneu.edu
Phone: 617-373-3678

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