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LINGUIST List 19.3633

Wed Nov 26 2008

Jobs: English & Discourse Analysis: Lecturer, U of Gloucestershire

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        1.    Jonathan Marshall, English & Discourse Analysis: Lecturer, University of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, United Kingdom


Message 1: English & Discourse Analysis: Lecturer, University of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, United Kingdom
Date: 26-Nov-2008
From: Jonathan Marshall <jmarshallglos.ac.uk>
Subject: English & Discourse Analysis: Lecturer, University of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, United Kingdom
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University or Organization: University of Gloucestershire
Department: Humanities
Job Location: Cheltenham, United Kingdom
Web Address: http://www.glos.ac.uk
Job Rank: Lecturer

Specialty Areas: Discourse Analysis; Pragmatics

Required Language(s): English (eng)

Description:

Urgent - deadline imminent (3 December 2008):

The Department of Humanities at the University of Gloucestershire, UK,
invites applications for the following post:

Post type: Part-time, Hourly-Paid (NB: starting 5 Jan 2009 for one semester)
Area: English Language

Modules to be taught:

1) The second half of a year-long, level-two module entitled 'Language in
Theory and Practice'. The second half of the module involves students in
practical discourse analysis of a range of texts.

2) A level-one module entitled 'Language Games', This first year module
introduces students to pragmatics and a range of introductory linguistic
debates.

Applicants should have completed some postgraduate study in linguistics,
should have experience of analysing written discourse, and be prepared to
work closely with students in analysing texts. Experience of, or interest
in, analysing multimodal texts (film, magazines etc) would be a particular
advantage.

The contact time is two hours per week per module (i.e., 4 hours per week
in total for twelve weeks)

Rate of remuneration commensurate with academic experience

Semester Two begins on the 5th of January 2009.

Please forward, by the 3rd of December, a letter of application and your CV
to: Shelley Saguaro, Head of Humanities, at the address provided below.

Interviews will take place in the week commencing the 8th of December 2008.

For more information, please contact Jonathan Marshall (see contact
information below)

Details of our modules can be found at:

http://www.glos.ac.uk/subjectsandcourses/undergraduatefields/ez/maps/ezsingle.cfm

Application Deadline: 03-Dec-2008
Mailing Address for Applications:
Shelley Saguaro
Humanities Department
University of Gloucestershire, FCH Campus
Swindon Road
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL50 4AZ
United Kingdom
Email Address for Applications: jmarshallglos.ac.uk
Contact Information:
Jonathan Marshall
Email: jmarshallglos.ac.uk
Phone: 01242714707

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