LINGUIST List 2.34

Friday, 08 Feb 1991

FYI: U of Arizona job, List for those interested in Japanese

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  1. Terry Langendoen, revised job announcement from U Arizona
  2. "Hartmut Haberland, Roskilde University"HARTMUTjane.ruc.dk, RE: Replies

Message 1: revised job announcement from U Arizona

Date: Fri, 01 Feb 91 14:19:49 MST
From: Terry Langendoen <LANGENDT%ARIZVM1.BITNETCUNYVM.CUNY.EDU>
Subject: revised job announcement from U Arizona
 EXTENDED DEADLINE

THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA, DEPARTMENT OF LINGUISTICS invites
applications for a one-year appointment as a teaching and research
postdoctoral fellow in the area of theoretical phonology or in the
area of formal linguistics and logic. Responsibilities include
teaching two undergraduate courses and one graduate course in the area
of specialization as well as working closely with graduate students.
Salary competitive; will vary with qualifications and experience.
Appointment dates: August 1991-June 1992. Interested applicants
should submit a letter of application, current vita, and three letters
of recommendation no later than April 1, 1991 to Search Committee,
Department of Linguistics, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721. We
will consider applicants until the position is filled. THE UNIVERSITY
OF ARIZONA IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

Terry Langendoen phone: (+1 602) 621-6898
Department of Linguistics bitnet: langendtarizvm1
University of Arizona internet: langendtarizvm1.ccit.arizona.edu
Tucson, AZ 85721 USA fax: (+1 602) 621-9424
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Message 2: RE: Replies

Date: Fri, 8 Feb 91 12:14 +0100
From: "Hartmut Haberland, Roskilde University"HARTMUTjane.ruc.dk <HARTMUTjane.ruc.dk>
Subject: RE: Replies
To Fillmore: There is a list 'NIHONGO' at MITVMA.Bitnet which is mostly
for people who are interesting in Japanese on a practical level (learning
the language), but from time to time information about Japanese word
processing passes the list. Especially a guy called Ken Lunde seems to be
extremely knowledgeable in these things. probably worth a try.
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