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LINGUIST List 16.2402

Thu Aug 18 2005

Jobs: Phonology/Syntax: Research Asst., Mannheim Germany

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        1.    Lutz Gunkel, Phonology / Syntax: Research Assistant, Institut fuer Deutsche Sprache, Mannheim, Germany


Message 1: Phonology / Syntax: Research Assistant, Institut fuer Deutsche Sprache, Mannheim, Germany
Date: 16-Aug-2005
From: Lutz Gunkel <gunkelids-mannheim.de>
Subject: Phonology / Syntax: Research Assistant, Institut fuer Deutsche Sprache, Mannheim, Germany


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University or Organization: Institut fuer Deutsche Sprache
Department: Grammar
Job Rank: Research Assistant
Specialty Areas: Phonology; Syntax; Phonology / Syntax
Required Language(s): Hungarian (HNG)
Polish (PQL)


Description:

The Department of Grammar at the Institut fuer Deutsche Sprache (Mannheim,
Germany) invites applications for two half-time positions of research
assistants (Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter, German pay-scale 1/2 BAT IIa) in
the GDE-project (Grammatik des Deutschen im europaeischen Vergleich). Both
positions are non-permanent starting on October 1, 2005 and terminating
after two years.

The project aims at profiling the German grammar against a typological
background and in contrast to other European languages. Core contrasting
languages are English, French, Polish and Hungarian
(http://www.ids-mannheim.de/gra/eurostudien.html). The project group is
currently focusing on the morphology and syntax of nominal expressions and
constructions.

The successful candidate will have a Master/Magister or equivalent degree
in Polish or Hungarian linguistics (Polonistik, Hungarologie) or is a
native speaker of Polish or Hungarian with a Master/Magister or equivalent
degree in theoretical or German linguistics. In either case, a strong
command of German is mandatory as well as an excellent knowledge of
phonology or (morpho-)syntax. Research in one of these two areas is
expected to be done from a contrastive perspective (Polish/German or
Hungarian/German) and should result in a doctoral dissertation.

Please send your application including a CV to the address below.
Applications should be received no later than September 9, 2005 and may be
sent by email to direktorids-mannheim.de

Address for Applications:

Prof. Dr. Ludwig M. Eichinger
Institut fuer Deutsche Sprache
R5, 6-13
Mannheim 68161
Germany

Application Deadline: 09-Sep-2005

Contact Information:

Prof. Dr. Gisela Zifonun
Email: zifonunids-mannheim.de
Website: http://www.ids-mannheim.de/gra/


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