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Tue Oct 04 2005
Jobs: English/General Linguistics: Asst Prof, Indiana U
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English & General Linguistics: Asst Prof, Indiana University, IN, USA
Message 1: English & General Linguistics: Asst Prof, Indiana University, IN, USA
From: Robert Fulk <fulkindiana.edu>
Subject: English & General Linguistics: Asst Prof, Indiana University, IN, USA
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University or Organization: Indiana University
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics
Required Language(s): English (eng)
Tenure-track position for an Assistant Professor in the area of English language
studies, preferably with a strong interest in research and teaching in an
additional area complementary to English language studies. Please send a letter
of application and a curriculum vitae by October 28 to the address below.
Address for Applications:
R. D. Fulk, Chair of English Language Search
Department of English
Ballantine Hall 442
1020 E. Kirkwood Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47405
Application Deadline: 28-Oct-2005
Prof. Robert Fulk
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