LINGUIST List 19.2428|
Tue Aug 05 2008
Jobs: English; Chinese, Mandarin & Lexicography: Other, Meaningful M...
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English; Chinese, Mandarin & Lexicography: Other, Meaningful Machines, NYC, NY, USA
Message 1: English; Chinese, Mandarin & Lexicography: Other, Meaningful Machines, NYC, NY, USA
From: David Branner <brannerchinesegmail.com>
Subject: English; Chinese, Mandarin & Lexicography: Other, Meaningful Machines, NYC, NY, USA
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University or Organization: Meaningful Machines
Department: Chinese Lexicography Project
Job Location: New York, USA
Specialty Areas: Lexicography
Required Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)
Seeking native speaker of English with strong Chinese reading skills and an
untiring love of language. Must have a U.S. work permit be able to be
physically present in Manhattan. Work involves intensive study of Chinese
lexicon, including identification of parts of speech, syntactic patterns,
and translation into English.
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Email Address for Applications: brannerchinesegmail.com
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