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LINGUIST List 19.3296

Thu Oct 30 2008

Jobs: Bengali & Bengal Studies: Asst Prof, University of Chicago

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        1.    alicia czaplewski, Bengali & Bengal Studies: Asst Prof, University of Chicago, IL, USA

Message 1: Bengali & Bengal Studies: Asst Prof, University of Chicago, IL, USA
Date: 29-Oct-2008
From: alicia czaplewski <aczaplewuchicago.edu>
Subject: Bengali & Bengal Studies: Asst Prof, University of Chicago, IL, USA
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University or Organization: University of Chicago
Department: South Asian Languages and Civilizations
Job Location: Illinois, USA
Web Address: http://uchicago.edu
Job Rank: Assistant Professor

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Bangla Language and Bengal Studies

Required Language(s): Bengali (ben)


The Department of South Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of
Chicago, invites applications for a junior, tenure-track position in Bangla
language and Bengal Studies. Candidates working in both pre-modern and
modern Bangla and Bengal Studies are welcome to apply.

Teaching duties are four courses per year, distributed over three quarters
(autumn, winter, spring). Among the four courses taught, one must be
offered in an undergraduate College Core sequence. The remaining three will
include Bangla language classes at the advanced (3rd-4th year) level, as
well as individually devised graduate seminars.

Applications (cover letter, C.V., representative publications) should be
submitted electronically in so far as possible. Electronic applications
should be emailed in PDF and/or MS Word format with subject heading 'Bangla
Search'. Paper applications and other supporting materials, and three
letters of reference, should be mailed to the address provided below.
Applications will be reviewed beginning December 1, 2008. The appointment
is expected to start on July 2, 2008. Ph.D. prior to start preferred.

The University of Chicago is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

Application Deadline: 31-Jan-2009
Mailing Address for Applications:
Bangla Search Committee Alicia Czaplewski
Department of South Asian Languages and Civilizations
University of Chicago
1130 East 59th Street, Foster Hall
Chicago, IL 60637-1543
Email Address for Applications: salcsearcheslists.uchicago.edu
Contact Information:
SALC Administrative Office alicia czaplewski
Email: aczaplewuchicago.edu
Phone: 773-702-8373
Fax: 773-832-3254
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