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LINGUIST List 16.2107

Fri Jul 08 2005

Jobs: Typology/Morphology: Researcher, U Graz

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        1.    Bernhard Hurch, Typology/Morphology: Researcher, University of Graz, Austria

Message 1: Typology/Morphology: Researcher, University of Graz, Austria
Date: 05-Jul-2005
From: Bernhard Hurch <hurchling.uni-graz.at>
Subject: Typology/Morphology: Researcher, University of Graz, Austria

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University or Organization: University of Graz
Department: Department of Linguistics
Job Rank: Researcher
Specialty Areas: Typology; Morphology


The University of Graz is offering a 3-year position (3/4-time) for a
Research Assistant (funded by the FWF - Fonds zur Förderung von
Wissenschaft und Forschung) from 01-Nov-05 (or at first convenience) -
31-Oct-08 for work on a research project on Reduplication (The 'Graz Database on
Reduplication' - Project (gdr)).

The main task of the project will be analyzing morphological data from
reference-grammars, editing the data for the database, evaluating
questionnaires and conducting own fieldwork.


M.A. in Linguistics; interest in typological research; some expertise in a
non-IE language desirable.

The Researcher is expected to participate in the Graz PhD program and to
finish her/his thesis within 3 years, on a topic related to the project.

For further information see also: http://ling.uni-graz.at/reduplication

Address for Applications:

Prof. Dr. Bernhard Hurch
Merangasse 70
Graz A-8010

Application Deadline: 26-Aug-2005

Contact Information:

Mag. Veronika Mattes
Email: mattesling.uni-graz.at
Phone: +43-316-380-8281
Fax: +43-316-380-9780
Website: http://ling.uni-graz.at

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