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Mon Feb 05 2007

Jobs: Theoretical Linguistics: Full Prof, Tuebingen University

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        1.    Wolfgang Sternefeld, Theoretical Linguistics: Full Prof, Tuebingen University, Germany


Message 1: Theoretical Linguistics: Full Prof, Tuebingen University, Germany
Date: 02-Feb-2007
From: Wolfgang Sternefeld <Sternefelduni-tuebingen.de>
Subject: Theoretical Linguistics: Full Prof, Tuebingen University, Germany


University or Organization: Tuebingen University
Department: Institute of Linguistics
Web Address: http://www2.sfs.nphil.uni-tuebingen.de/
Job Rank: Full Professor
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Theoretical Linguistics

Description:

The Faculty of Modern Languages of the University of Tuebingen, Germany
invites applications for a (tenured) professorship in General and
Theoretical Linguistics from 01.07.07. The salary is on the W3 point on
the German academic pay scale.

Candidates are expected to teach courses in all sub-areas of general and
theoretical linguistics. A research specialization in theoretical
linguistics is required. The successful candidate will be responsible for
BA and MA courses in General Linguistics, and for courses in General
Linguistics as a subsidiary subject for students of other courses, such as
the BA International Studies in Computational Linguistics, which is taught
in English.

The candidate will also be expected to take an active and responsible part
in the initiatives of the institute to continue its research effort with
external funding, and to represent General Linguistics in interdisciplinary
cooperation.

Applicants should hold a Ph.D. and a 'Habilitation' (post-doctoral thesis)
or equivalent in terms of publications. The University of Tuebingen strives
to attain gender equality in academic posts and therefore particularly
encourages female academics to apply.

If the successful candidate has not previously held a professional position
at the rank of professor, the initial contract will be for a fixed period.
A subsequent tenured appointment is contingent on a successful performance
evaluation. Permanent appointments without tenure evaluation are possible,
particularly for applicants from abroad or for applicants holding
positions outside of academia.

Applications from disabled persons will be given preference over other
applicants with the same qualifications and abilities.

Applications should include a CV, copies of degree certificates, and lists
of publications, university level courses taught, and external funding
obtained.

Address for Applications:
Prof. Dr. Joachim Knape
Dekanat der Neuphilologischen Fakultaet
Wilhelmstrasse 50
Tuebingen 72074
Germany

Application Deadline: 14-Apr-2007

Contact Information:
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Sternefeld
Email: Sternefelduni-tuebingen.de
Phone: +49/7071/2977304
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