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Message 1: Job Announcement

Date: Sun, 13 Oct 1991 10:31:41 CDT
From: <1ECMEAUTSA86.UTSA.EDU>
Subject: Job Announcement
University of Texas at San Antonio
English, Classics, and Philosophy
San Antonio, TX 78248-0643
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR--TENURE TRACK POSITION
Ph.D. in Linguistics by Dec. 31, 1991. Specialty in Historical Linguistics
with demonstrated competence in modern grammar, history of the English
language, and descriptive linguistics. Must provide evidence of superior
teaching at the college level. Must have commitment to research and
expectation of scholarly achievement.
Minorities and women encouraged to apply. Application deadline: Nov. 20,
1991. Send to:
	Alan E. Craven
	Division of English, Classics, and Philosophy
	University of Texas at San Antonio
	San Antonio, Texas 78249-0643
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Message 2: Post-Doc at U. of Southern California

Date: Fri, 18 Oct 91 08:09:20 PDT
From: <COMRIEVM.USC.EDU>
Subject: Post-Doc at U. of Southern California
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, Los Angeles CA 90089-1693.
Applications are invited for a Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow in the
Department of Linguistics, in the area of Sociolinguistics. This
is a non-tenure-track one-year appointment for the academic year
1992-93. Teaching duties include one course in each of two
semesters. The PhD must be in hand at the time of appointment
and must not have been awarded prior to September 1985. The
salary is approximately $27,500 with full faculty fringe
benefits. The deadline for applications is February 1, 1992.
Send applications (cv, statement of research interests, graduate
transcript, and 3 letters of reference) to Chair, Department of
Linguistics, 301 Grace Ford Salvatori Hall. USC is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
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