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Thu May 12 2005
Jobs: Lexical Semantics: Research Asst, Northeastern U
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Modified Re: 16.1528468: Lexical Semantics: Summer Research Asst, Northeastern University/close to LSA Summer Institute, MA, USA
Message 1: Modified Re: 16.1468: Lexical Semantics: Summer Research Asst, Northeastern University/close to LSA Summer Institute, MA, USA
From: Janet Randall <randallneu.edu>
Subject: Modified Re: 16.1468: Lexical Semantics: Summer Research Asst, Northeastern University/close to LSA Summer Institute, MA, USA
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University or Organization: Northeastern University -close to LSA Summer Institute
Department: Linguistics Program
Job Rank: Summer Research Assistant
Specialty Areas: Lexical Semantics /Argument Structure /Linking Theory
Summer 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, the 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: June 1 through August 1 (but somewhat flexible)
Commitment: approximately 20 hours/week for approximately 8 weeks.
Flexible; will coordinate meetings with LSA Institute schedule
Qualifications: Post-doc or advanced PhD candidate
Send: cv and at least one reference by e-mail (reference should be easily
contactable by phone and/or e-mail)
Applications may be sent by e-mail or to the address below.
Address for Applications:
Linguistics Program Northeastern University
406 Holmes Hall
Boston, MA 02115
United States of America
Application Deadline: 20-May-2005
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