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Mon Mar 13 2006

Jobs: Syntax: Senior Lecturer,Universiteit van Amsterdam

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        1.    Wolfram Hinzen, Syntax: Senior Lecturer, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Netherlands

Message 1: Syntax: Senior Lecturer, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Netherlands
Date: 13-Mar-2006
From: Wolfram Hinzen <w.hinzenuva.nl>
Subject: Syntax: Senior Lecturer, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Netherlands

University or Organization: Universiteit van Amsterdam
Job Rank: Senior Lecturer
Specialty Areas: Linguistic Theories; Syntax


The Universiteit van Amsterdam seeks to fill a PostDoc-position in
linguistics. It forms a part of the overall project 'The origins of truth
and the origins of the sentence' recently funded by the Netherlands
Organisation of Scientific Research (NWO) and directed by Dr. Wolfram
Hinzen. The overall project, which consists of three subprojects, deals
with the origin and nature of propositional thought and its relation to the
human faculty of language. The task of the subproject relevant to this
announcement is a contribution to our understanding of sentence syntax and
the sentence/NP distinction specifically, sentential structures being the
only ones that are evaluable for truth (as distinct from reference).
Generally speaking, the aim is to better understand how propositionality,
truth, and reference are syntactically coded.

Relevant candidates must have a PhD in Linguistics and a background in
generative syntax. An interest in linguistic theory, the foundations of
language, and the evolution of language are essential; some interest or
competence in philosophy is a plus, but no requirement.

This is a 3-year, full-time position. The gross monthly salary will be in
accordance with the University regulations for academic personnel, and will
range from EUR 2,639 to a maximum of EUR 3,472 gross per month.

More information
All inquiries should be addressed to Dr. Wolfram Hinzen (w.hinzenuva.nl).

Job application
The envisaged start date for the position is 1 September 2006, but may be
negotiable. Please send, by email and in English, a cover letter containing
a statement of interest, and a full CV with names and contact addresses of
at least two potential referees. Please send applications to

Dr. Wolfram Hinzen
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Nieuwe Doelenstraat 15
1012 CP Amsterdam
The Netherlands

E-mail: w.hinzenuva.nl

Applications are reviewed as of now. The official deadline for applications
is 11 April 2006. This position also involves the option to spend some
periods of time in the respective institutions of project partners abroad.

Address for Applications:

Dr. Wolfram Hinzen
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Nieuwe Doelenstraat 15
Amsterdam 1012 CP

Application Deadline: 11-Apr-2006

Contact Information:

Dr. Wolfram Hinzen
Email: w.hinzenuva.nl
Phone: 0031-20-525 45 24
Website: http://home.medewerker.uva.nl/w.hinzen/

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