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LINGUIST List 17.3443

Wed Nov 22 2006

Jobs: Salish, Kutenai & Anthropological Ling: Asst Prof, U of Montana

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        1.    Linda McLean, Salish, Kutenai, Algonquin, Sioux & Anthropological Linguistics: Asst Prof, The University of Montana, MT, USA


Message 1: Salish, Kutenai, Algonquin, Sioux & Anthropological Linguistics: Asst Prof, The University of Montana, MT, USA
Date: 21-Nov-2006
From: Linda McLean <linda.mcleanumontana.edu>
Subject: Salish, Kutenai, Algonquin, Sioux & Anthropological Linguistics: Asst Prof, The University of Montana, MT, USA


University or Organization: The University of Montana
Department: Anthropology/Linguistics
Web Address: http://www.umt.edu
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Anthropological Linguistics
Required Language(s): Algonquin (alq)
Dakota (dak)
Kalispel-Pend D'oreille (fla)
Kutenai (kut)

Description:

The Linguistics Program at The University of Montana-Missoula, an academic
unit of the Department of Anthropology offering a Masters in Linguistics,
invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position at the rank of
Assistant Professor starting August 2007. Candidates should have earned a
doctoral degree by the time of appointment. The successful candidate must
have demonstrated abilities as an anthropological linguist with field
experience and be able to teach these skills at the graduate and
undergraduate level. Preference will be given to candidates with ongoing or
potential research projects in one of the four native families in the
Northern Plains/Northern Rockies: Salish, Kutenai, Algonquian, or Siouan. A
plus is an ability to articulate with the rest of the Anthropology
Department through an interest in ethnography, cultural heritage, or
language preservation programs.

Candidates should send a letter of application stating their research and
teaching interests, a curriculum vitae, and contact information for three
references. Recommenders will be contacted by the search committee.

Review of applications will begin on January 31, 2007 and continue until
the position is filled.

The University of Montana-Missoula is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action employer that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual
orientation/preference and gender identity/expression, and offers health
insurance benefits to eligible same and opposite sex domestic partners.
Position eligible for veterans' preference in accordance with State law.
Qualified women, persons with disabilities, and minority candidates are
strongly encouraged to apply.

Address for Applications:
Professor G.G. Weix
The University of Montana
Anthropology Dept - SS 235
32 Campus Drive
Missoula, MT 59812
USA

Application Deadline: 31-Jan-2007 (Open until filled)

Contact Information:
Professor GG Weix
Email: gg.weixmso.umt.edu
Phone: 406 243-6319
Fax: 406 243-4918
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