LINGUIST List 16.63

Thu Jan 13 2005

Jobs: Theoretical Ling: Post Doc, U of British Columbia

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        1.    Joseph Stemberger, Theoretical Linguistics: Post Doc, University of British Columbia, BC, Canada



Message 1: Theoretical Linguistics: Post Doc, University of British Columbia, BC, Canada

Date: 13-Jan-2005
From: Joseph Stemberger <stemberginterchange.ubc.ca>
Subject: Theoretical Linguistics: Post Doc, University of British Columbia, BC, Canada


University or Organization: University of British Columbia 
 Department: Linguistics
 Job Rank: Post Doc  
 Specialty Areas: Theoretical Linguistics 
 
 
 Description:
 
 The Department of Linguistics at the University of British Columbia invites
 applications for a Teaching Postdoctoral Fellowship in theoretical
 linguistics. Successful candidates will teach, conduct research in their
 field of expertise, and participate actively in the intellectual life of
 the department. As well as its strengths in phonetics, phonology,
 morphology, semantics, syntax, first language acquisition and field
 linguistics, the UBC Department of Linguistics has a commitment to the
 theoretically informed study and documentation of First Nations Languages.
 
 In addition to their primary research area, it would be an advantage for
 candidates to have a secondary specialization in one or more of the
 following areas: field linguistics, languages of the Americas, West African
 languages, language acquisition, laboratory phonology, and speech science.
 
 Postdoctoral Teaching Fellows teach up to 4 three-credit courses during the
 academic year (September to April inclusive). The appointments run for 12
 months starting at a date to be negotiated between 1 July and 1 September
 2005; the salary range is $35,000 to $40,000 (Canadian).  Applicants should
 have a PhD in linguistics.
 
 Send hard copy of the following materials to the address below: (i)
 application letter; (ii) curriculum vitae; (iii) teaching evaluations (if
 available); (iv) a sample of published or unpublished work. Also arrange
 for three letters of recommendation to be sent to the same address, and
 send electronic versions of the application letter and curriculum vitae to
 stemberginterchange.ubc.ca or by fax to (604) 822-9687.
 
 Any applicant whose materials are received by February 15, 2005 is
 guaranteed consideration. Both appointments are subject to final budgetary
 approval. UBC hires on the basis of merit and is committed to employment
 equity; we encourage all qualified persons to apply. Since these are
 postdoctoral awards, the positions are open equally to citizens of any country.
 
 Details regarding the Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship in Theoretical
 Linguistics Applicants in theoretical linguistics should have a primary
 specialization in any of the core areas of theoretical linguistics:
 phonology, morphology, semantics or syntax. The Theoretical Linguistics
 Fellow should be prepared to teach at both the undergraduate and graduate
 level, including an advanced graduate course in his or her area of research.
 
 
 Address for Applications:
 
 Dr. Joseph Stemberger
 Head Department of Linguistics 
 University of British Columbia 
 E270-1866 Main Mall
 Vancouver, B.C. 
 V6T 1Z1
 Canada  
 
 Application Deadline: 15-Feb-2005 
 
 Contact Information:
 
 Dr Joseph Stemberger 
 Email: stemberginterchange.ubc.ca 
 Phone: 604 822-0984 
 Fax: 604 822-9687 
 Website: www.linguistics.ubc.ca/
 
 This announcement was not accompanied by a donation to the LINGUIST List.  
 It is being posted as a service to the discipline.
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