LINGUIST List 17.1681|
Sat Jun 03 2006
Jobs: French & Italian &Linguistic Theories: Researcher, U of Stuttgart
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Modified: French & Italian & Linguistic Theories: Researcher, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Message 1: Modified: French & Italian & Linguistic Theories: Researcher, University of Stuttgart, Germany
From: Artemis Alexiadou <artemisifla.uni-stuttgart.de>
Subject: Modified: French & Italian & Linguistic Theories: Researcher, University of Stuttgart, Germany
University or Organization: University of Stuttgart
Job Rank: Researcher
Specialty Areas: Linguistic Theories
Required Language(s): French (fra)
In the context of the newly founded Collaborative Research Center
(Sonderforschungsbereich) 732 'Incremental specification in context' funded
by the DFG, the following position is available at the University of
Project B2 (principal investigator: Martin Becker)
1 half position. Required: very good knowledge of French and Italian;
familiarity with current linguistic theories (lexical semantics,
morphology, syntax); familiarity with older stages of Romance languages
(especially Old French); ability to use corpora.
The salary for the half position is based at the BATIIa/2 scale. The
position starts July 1, 2006 and lasts 4 years.
Applications should be sent to Martin Becker
(martin.beckerling.uni-stuttgart.de) no later than June 16, 2006. We will
only consider applications submitted by e-mail. Please indicate this
position, and attach your CV.
Details of the project can be found on the web site of the SFB:
For further information on the SFB, please contact the center's Director:
Artemis Alexiadou, artemisifla.uni-stuttgart.de.
Address for Applications:
Prof. Artemis Alexiadou
Institute of English Linguistics
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Apply on-line at: http://www.uni-stuttgart.de/linguistik/sfb732/
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