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LINGUIST List 19.2715

Mon Sep 08 2008

Jobs: Syntax & Semantics: Asst Prof, Carleton College

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        1.    Tamara Little, Syntax & Semantics: Asst Prof, Carleton College, Northfield, MN, USA

Message 1: Syntax & Semantics: Asst Prof, Carleton College, Northfield, MN, USA
Date: 05-Sep-2008
From: Tamara Little <tlittlecarleton.edu>
Subject: Syntax & Semantics: Asst Prof, Carleton College, Northfield, MN, USA
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University or Organization: Carleton College
Department: Linguistics Program
Job Location: Minnesota, USA
Web Address: http://apps.carleton.edu/curricular/ling/
Job Rank: Assistant Professor

Specialty Areas: Syntax; Semantics


The Linguistics Program at Carleton College seeks to hire a specialist in
syntax and semantics at the Assistant Professor level. The position is full
time, tenure track, and will begin September 1, 2009. The PhD must be
completed or substantially completed by that date. The successful candidate
will assume primary responsibility for the design and implementation of a
significant part of the linguistics curriculum at Carleton, and will work
closely with the director on all aspects of the program. Carleton's
academic year consists of three ten-week terms. The standard teaching load
is expected to be five courses per year. The candidate should be committed
to excellence in teaching undergraduates in a liberal arts environment. We
particularly seek applicants interested in teaching a diverse student body.

Carleton College is a highly selective liberal arts college 45 miles south
of the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. The Linguistics Program is
small, but exuberant. It regularly sends students to a wide range of
postgraduate activity, including prominent graduate schools in linguistics.

Salary is competitive, and based on experience. Advanced standing is
possible for applicants with the appropriate background. Hard copies of
applications should be sent to the application address listed below. Each
application should include:

- a cover letter
- a current CV
- a one-page statement about teaching syntax
- a one-page summary of teaching experience
- a one-page summary of research interests
- three samples of research
- three letters of reference, sent directly by the referees

Semi-finalists will be interviewed if possible at the LSA Annual Meeting in
San Francisco. We welcome inquiries to Professor Flynn (email listed
below). Candidates are also invited to visit our webpages (listed above).
Carleton College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. We
are committed to developing our faculty to better reflect the diversity of
our student body and American society. Women and members of minority
groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

Application Deadline: 01-Dec-2008
Mailing Address for Applications:
Professor Michael Flynn
Carleton College
One North College
Northfield, MN 55057
Contact Information:
Professor Michael Flynn
Email: mjflynncarleton.edu

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