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LINGUIST List 19.1682

Tue May 27 2008

Jobs: Formal Semantics: Limited Term Appointment Asst Prof, U Toronto

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        1.    Mary Hsu, Formal Semantics: Limited Term Appointment Assistant Professor, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada


Message 1: Formal Semantics: Limited Term Appointment Assistant Professor, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Date: 26-May-2008
From: Mary Hsu <mhsuchass.utoronto.ca>
Subject: Formal Semantics: Limited Term Appointment Assistant Professor, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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University or Organization: University of Toronto
Department: Linguistics
Job Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Web Address: http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/linguistics/
Job Rank: Contractually Limited Term Apptment Asst Prof

Specialty Areas: Semantics; Formal Semantics


Description:

Division:
Faculty of Arts and Science http://www.artsandscience.utoronto.ca/

Job Description:
Applications are invited for a one-year, full-time, contractually
limited-term (CLTA) position at the Assistant Professor level in
Linguistics with a specialization in Formal Semantics, in the Department of
Linguistics, University of Toronto.

Appointment normally commences August 1, 2008.

The position involves teaching five semester courses including Formal
Semantics at the second and third year undergraduate level and possibly at
the graduate level, and other courses from among the following:
Introduction to Linguistics, Introduction to Language, English Words,
English Grammar, Language Diversity, and Morphology; conducting research,
serving on graduate committees, and taking part in the normal activities of
the Department.

Qualifications: PhD completed, evidence of research ability, and relevant
teaching experience. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and
experience.

Send letter of application and current curriculum vitae to Professor Diane
Massam, or by email to lingdeptchass.utoronto.ca and arrange to have
three letters of reference addressing teaching and research experience and
ability sent directly to the same address as soon as possible.

The University is strongly committed to diversity within its community. The
University especially welcomes applications from visible minority group
members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, members of
sexual minority groups and others who may contribute to further
diversification of ideas. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply;
however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

Application Deadline: 23-Jun-2008
Mailing Address for Applications:
Chair Diane Massam
Dept of Linguistics, Room 6076, 6th Floor,
130 St. George St.
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3H1
Canada
Contact Information:
William Forrest
Email: lingdeptchass.utoronto.ca

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