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Thu Jan 13 2005

Jobs: Semantics: Visiting Asst Prof, U of Maryland

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        1.    Norbert Hornstein, Semantics: Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Maryland, MD, USA



Message 1: Semantics: Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Maryland, MD, USA

Date: 04-Jan-2005
From: Norbert Hornstein <nhornsteumd.edu>
Subject: Semantics: Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Maryland, MD, USA


University or Organization: University of Maryland 
 Department: Linguistics
 Job Rank: Visiting Assistant Professor  
 Specialty Areas: Semantics
 
 
 Description:
 
 The Linguistics Department at the University of Maryland invites applications
 for a one year (renewable for a second year) visiting Assistant Professor
 position beginning August 2005. Applicants for the position should already have
 a PhD or expect to have one by August 2005.  The position will include teaching
 at both the undergraduate and graduate level as well as a research component. 
 The candidate should be able to teach semantics at both the graduate and
 undergraduate level and should have a solid foundation in linguistic theory. The
 ideal candidate would also have broader interests that interface with one or
 more of the department's strengths in psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, or
 computational linguistics. 
 
 Letters of application should be sent to the address below.. Applicants should
 (i) send a current cv (ii) samples of written work, and (iii) arrange to have
 three letters of reference sent.  For best consideration, applications should
 arrive before March 15, 2005. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis
 as they come in. EO/AAE.
 
 
 Address for Applications:
 
 Norbert Hornstein, Department Chair
 Linguistics Department
 1401 Marie Mount Hall
 University of Maryland
 College Park, MD 20742
 United States of America  
 
 Application Deadline: Open until filled.
 
 Contact Information:
 
 Professor Norbert Hornstein 
 Email: nhornsteumd.edu 
 Phone: 301 405 4932 
 Fax: 301 405 7104 
 Website: http://www.ling.umd.edu
 
 This announcement was accompanied by a donation to the LINGUIST List!
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