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LINGUIST List 19.3053

Wed Oct 08 2008

Jobs: Spanish & Sociolinguistics: Asst Prof, Arizona State University

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        1.    Barbara Lafford, Spanish & Sociolinguistics: Asst Prof, Arizona State University, AZ, USA


Message 1: Spanish & Sociolinguistics: Asst Prof, Arizona State University, AZ, USA
Date: 07-Oct-2008
From: Barbara Lafford <blaffordasu.edu>
Subject: Spanish & Sociolinguistics: Asst Prof, Arizona State University, AZ, USA
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University or Organization: Arizona State University
Department: School of International Letters and Cultures
Job Location: Arizona, USA
Web Address: http://www.asu.edu/languages
Job Rank: Assistant Professor

Specialty Areas: Sociolinguistics; Spanish of the Southwest

Required Language(s): Spanish (spa)

Description:

The School of International Letters and Cultures at Arizona State
University seeks to appoint a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Spanish
with a specialization in the area of sociolinguistics beginning in August
2009. Candidates must possess a Ph.D. in Spanish Linguistics or related
field by time of appointment, August 16, 2009, and must have native or
near-native proficiency in both Spanish and English. Preferred
qualifications include demonstrated effective college level teaching
experience; research on sociolinguistics of Spanish of the Southwest; a
record of published scholarship; and interest in participating in the
further development of the ASU Spanish Sociolinguistics MA Program.
Teaching responsibilities include undergraduate and graduate courses.

Application deadline: December 1, 2008; if not filled, applications will be
evaluated weekly thereafter until the search is closed.

Application package must include a CV, letter of interest detailing
qualifications, research, and teaching experience; a journal article-length
writing sample; three letters of recommendation, which should be sent
separately to the search committee by the referees; and a list of three
additional professional references (including names, addresses, phone
numbers, and e-mail addresses). All materials are to be sent to the Spanish
Linguistic Search Committee at the address provided below. www.asu.edu/silc/

No electronic or faxed applications are accepted. For return of reprints,
enclose a large self-addressed envelope with adequate postage.

A background check is required for employment. Arizona State University is
an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer committed to excellence
through diversity.

Application Deadline: 01-Dec-2008
Mailing Address for Applications:
Spanish Linguistics Search
Arizona State University
School of International Letters and Cultures
P. O. Box 870202
Tempe, AZ 85287-0202
USA
Contact Information:
Prof. Angel Sanchez
Email: Angel.Sanchezasu.edu
Phone: 4809656281
Fax: 4809650135
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