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LINGUIST List 16.3381

Fri Nov 25 2005

Jobs: Phonology: Asst Prof, Carleton University

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        1.    Kumiko Murasugi, Phonology: Asst Prof, Carleton University, Ontario, Canada


Message 1: Phonology: Asst Prof, Carleton University, Ontario, Canada
Date: 25-Nov-2005
From: Kumiko Murasugi <kumiko_murasugicarleton.ca>
Subject: Phonology: Asst Prof, Carleton University, Ontario, Canada


University or Organization: Carleton University
Department: School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Phonology


Description:

The School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies invites applications for
a tenure-track position in Phonology at the Assistant Professor level starting 1
July 2006. We seek candidates with a specialization in Phonology and interests
in one or more of phonetics, historical linguistics and psycholinguistics. The
successful candidate will be expected to teach in the undergraduate and graduate
programs, supervise graduate students, and develop a program of research leading
to significant peer-reviewed publications. A Ph.D. and significant evidence of
ability in research and teaching are required.

The School is a research-intensive academic unit with strong undergraduate
degree programs in applied and theoretical linguistics, a certificate program in
TESL, and a well-known graduate program. The MA in Applied Language Studies has
streams in the teaching and acquisition of additional languages, and in writing
and literacy studies. A Ph.D. is currently proposed in Applied Language Studies.
The School also teaches credit courses in academic English and both European and
Non-European languages, and runs a non-credit ESL program and a language testing
unit. For further information, see http://www.carleton.ca/slals.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. The applications of Canadian
citizens and Permanent Residents will be given priority. Carleton University is
committed to equality of employment for women, Aboriginal peoples, visible
minorities and persons with disabilities. Persons from these groups are
particularly encouraged to apply.

The position is subject to budgetary approval. Applications should be submitted
to the address below. Letters of application should be accompanied by a
curriculum vitae and names and addresses of three referees, and a concise
dossier that includes two samples of scholarly work and written evidence of
teaching effectiveness, preferably including a teaching portfolio. The deadline
for applications is February 1, 2006.


Address for Applications:

Professor Desmond Allison, Director
School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
Carleton University
215 Paterson Hall
1125 Colonel By Drive
Ottawa, Ontario K1S 5B6
Canada

Application Deadline: 01-Feb-2006

Contact Information:

Professor Desmond Allison
Email: desmond_allisoncarleton.ca
Phone: (613) 520-2600, Ext. 6684
Fax: (613) 520-6641
Website: http://www.carleton.ca/slals


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