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LINGUIST List 18.3545

Tue Nov 27 2007

Jobs: Indo-European/Historical Ling/Pragmatics: Research Fellow, U Oslo

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        1.    Dag Haug, Indo-European & Historical Linguistics, Pragmatics: PhD Research Fellow, University of Oslo, Norway

Message 1: Indo-European & Historical Linguistics, Pragmatics: PhD Research Fellow, University of Oslo, Norway
Date: 26-Nov-2007
From: Dag Haug <daghaugifikk.uio.no>
Subject: Indo-European & Historical Linguistics, Pragmatics: PhD Research Fellow, University of Oslo, Norway
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University or Organization: University of Oslo

Job Rank: PhD Research Fellow

Specialty Areas: Historical Linguistics; Pragmatics

Required Language(s): Indo-European

One PhD Research Fellowship available in the project PROIEL - Pragmatic
Resources in Old Indo-European Languages, Department of Philosophy,
Classics, History of Art and Ideas, University of Oslo.

PROIEL is a project funded by the Norwegian Research Council's YFF-program.
Activities start officially on January 1st, 2008. Its principal goal is to
achieve a better understanding of the way information is structured by
means the grammar make available ('pragmatic resources') in the old
Indo-European languages Greek, Latin, Classical Armenian, Gothic and Old
Church Slavonic. The main corpus to be studied is the translations of the
New Testament into these languages, but as far as possible we will also
include other original texts to control for Greek influence.

Topics to be studied include word order, participial constructions,
pronominal reference, article use and discourse particles. Intending
applicants should contact the project leader for a fuller description of
the project.

Application Deadline: 15-Jan-2008

Email Address for Applications: jobbsoknadhf.uio.no.
Contact Information:
Associate Professor Dag Haug
Email: daghaugifikk.uio.no

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