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LINGUIST List 16.1782

Mon Jun 06 2005

Jobs: Socioling: Research Asst., University of Hamburg

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        1.    Kurt Braunmueller, Sociolinguistics: Research Assistant, University of Hamburg, Germany

Message 1: Sociolinguistics: Research Assistant, University of Hamburg, Germany
Date: 03-Jun-2005
From: Kurt Braunmueller <braunmuelleruni-hamburg.de>
Subject: Sociolinguistics: Research Assistant, University of Hamburg, Germany

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University or Organization: University of Hamburg (Germany)
Department: Center for Research on Multilingualism
Job Rank: Research Assistant
Specialty Areas: Sociolinguistics; Language Contact; Multilingualism;
Scandinavian languages (Faroese, Danish)
Required Language(s): Faroese (FAE), Germanic


(Germany) there is a RESEARCH ASSISTANT position (BAT IIa/2) to work in the
project 'Variation in multilingualism on the Faroe Islands'.

The project, funded by the German Science Foundation (DFG) and the University of
Hamburg, examines both the development of the Faroese and Danish language in the
20th century as spoken by the oldest (75 years and older) and youngest
generation (15 to 20 years). The aim of this project is to describe and evaluate
the evolution of Faroese-Danish diglossia/bilingualism as well as accounting for
the occurring phenomena of transfer.

The position is part-time and gives the researchers the opportunity of
doing a Ph.D. Beginning: August/September 1, 2005 (until June 30, 2008).

Applicants should have a University Degree in Germanic linguistics
(Scandinavian or any other Germanic language/s) or in General linguistics,
preferably with emphasis on sociolinguistics and/or language
contact/multilingualism. For this position native speaker competence in
Faroese is absolutely indispensable. Furthermore, applicants should have
good knowledge of English and/or German.

It is the policy of the University of Hamburg to encourage women to apply
for academic positions. Physically disabled persons will be preferred when
candidates have the same qualification.

Applicants should send full their CVs (with passport photos), copies of
their academic exams and two recommendation letters by July 1st, 2005 to
Professor Kurt Braunm├╝ller at the address below.

Informal queries via e-mail are welcome: braunmuelleruni-hamburg.de
(More information in German or Danish can be obtained.)

Address for Applications:

Professor Kurt Braunmueller
Institut fuer Germanistik I (Skandinavistik)
Von-Melle-Park 6
Hamburg DE-20146

Application Deadline: 01-Jul-2005

Contact Information:

Professor Kurt Braunmueller
Email: braunmuelleruni-hamburg.de
Phone: +49-40-42838-2539
Fax: +49-40-42838-4785
Website: http://www.rrz.uni-hamburg.de/SFB538/

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