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Sunday, 17 Mar 1991

FYI: Job at Auburn, New PhD Program

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Message 1: Job Opening

Date: Sat, 16 Mar 1991 01:45 CST
From: <BWAIDducvax.auburn.edu>
Subject: Job Opening
I am posting this here because I believe one of these positions includes
teaching a Linguistics class.

 Auburn University, Department of Sociology, Anthropology,
 Social Work, invites application for two full-time (9 month),
 tenure-track appointments in cultural anthropology at 
 instructor or assistant professor level. One-half of the
 teaching load will likely involve participation in a 
 broadly-based and cross-disciplinary course in an innovative 
 core curriculum. During the academic year faculty will 
 also teach basic anthropology and courses in their area of
 expertise. Ph.D. in anthropology required, completed by 
 9-16-91, for an assistant professor rank. ABD in anthropology
 will be considered for instructor. Send vitae, letter of 
 application with a summary of research and teaching interests,
 and the names of three references to:

 Dr. John Cottier
 Faculty Search Committee
 Department of Sociology,
 Anthropology, and
 Social Work 
 6090 Haley Center
 Auburn, AL 36849-5209


 Deadline is May 7. Auburn University is an Affirmative 
 Action/Equal Oppportunity Employer. Minorities and women 
 are encouraged to apply.

Any typos or other errors are mine. I am just an undergrad here but I can
pass on any questions someone may have. I am posting to Humanist and 
Anthro-L, please feel free to forward and/or repost elsewhere.

Thank you 
Barry Waid
Auburn University

BWAIDducvax.auburn.edu (INTERNET)
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Message 2: New PhD Program

Date: Wed, 13 Mar 91 09:41 N
From: Henk van Riemsdijk <RIEMSDYK%KUB.NLCUNYVM.CUNY.EDU>
Subject: New PhD Program
The Nijmegen / Tilburg

CENTER FOR LANGUAGE STUDIES (CLS)
=================================

Graduate School and Research Institute for

- Psycholinguistics
- Sociolinguistics
- Language and Speech Technology
- Grammatical Theory

announces the launching of a Ph.D. Program

Ph.D. Program
-------------
Nijmegen University, Tilburg University and the Max-Planck
Institut fuer Psycholinguistik expect to obtain permission to
start a joint Ph.D. Program in September 1991. This is a
four-year program offering course work aimed at broadening the
scope of the candidates to the four areas covered by the school,
specialization seminars and individual tutoring of dissertation
research. The language of instruction is English.

Faculty
-------

Faculty connected with the Graduate School includes:

TILBURG UNIVERSITY

Harry Bunt, Professor (Ph.D. Univ. of Amsterdam), Formal
 Semantics, Computer Linguistics
Norbert Corver, Assistant Professor (Ph.D. Tilburg
 University), Syntax
Walter Daelemans, Assistant Professor (Ph.D. Leuven University),
 Artificial Intelligence, Computer Linguistics
Guus Extra, Professor (Ph.D. Nijmegen University),
 Psycholinguistics, Second Language Acquisition
Ben Hermans, Assistant Professor (Ph.D. Free University of
 Amsterdam 1991), Phonology
Roeland van Hout, Associate Professor (Ph.D. Nijmegen
 University), Sociolinguistics, Methodology
Erika Huls, Assistant Professor (Ph.D. Nijmegen University),
 Sociolinguistics, Interactive Language Behavior
Reinhard Muskens, Associate Professor (Ph.D. University of
 Amsterdam), Formal Semantics, Logic
Leo Noordman, Professor (Ph.D. Groningen University),
 Psycholinguistics, Discourse Processes
Gisela Redeker, Assistant Professor (Ph.D. University of
 California, Berkeley), Psycholinguistics, Interactive
 Language Behavior
Jan Renkema, Associate Professor (Ph.D. Free University of
 Amsterdam), Text Linguistics
Henk van Riemsdijk, Professor (Ph.D. University of Amsterdam),
 Syntax
Craig Thiersch, Fellow of the Royal Academy (Ph.D.
 Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Syntax,
 Computational Linguistics
Ton Vallen, Associate Professor (Ph.D. Nijmegen University),
 Sociolinguistics, Second Language Acquisition
Ludo Verhoeven, Associate Professor (Ph.D. Nijmegen
 University), Psycholinguistics, Literacy Studies
Carel van Wijk, Assistant Professor (Ph.D. Nijmegen
 University), Psycholinguistics, Language Production


MAX-PLANCK-INSTITUT FUER PSYCHOLINGUISTIK

Melissa Bowerman, Senior Research Associate (Ph.D. Harvard
 University), Language Acquisition
Veronika Ehrich, Senior Research Associate (Ph.D. Universitaet
 Bielefeld), Language Acquisition
Giovanni Flores d'Arcais, Professor (Ph.D. University of
 Padua), Psycholinguistics
Uli Frauenfelder, Senior Research Associate (Ph.D. Ecole des
 Hautes Etudes Sociales, Paris), Psycholinguistics,
 Lexical Processing
Claus Heeschen, Senior Research Associate (Ph.D. Universitaet
 Bonn), Psycholinguistics, Aphasia
Wolfgang Klein, Professor (Ph.D. Universitaet des Saarlandes,
 Saarbruecken), Psycholinguistics, Second Language
 Acquisition
Aditi Lahiri, Senior Research Associate (Ph.D. University of
 Calcutta and Ph.D. Brown University), Phonetics,
 Phonology
Willem Levelt, Professor (Ph.D. Leyden University),
 Psycholinguistics, Speech Production
Clive Perdue, Senior Research Associate (Ph.D. Universite de
 Paris VIII), Language Acquisition
Wietske Vonk, Senior Research Associate (Ph.D. Groningen
 University), Psycholinguistics, Discourse Processes
Juergen Weissenborn, Senior Research Associate (Ph.D. Universi-
 taet des Saarlandes, Saarbruecken), Language Acquisition


NIJMEGEN UNIVERSITY

Jan Aerts, Professor (Ph.D. Nijmegen University), Corpus Linguistics
Theo Bongaerts, Associate Professor (Ph.D. Nijmegen University),
 Applied Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition
Cees de Bot, Associate Professor (Ph.D. Nijmegen University),
 Sociolinguistics, Second Language Acquisition
Loe Boves, Associate Professor (Ph.D. Nijmegen University),
 Phonetics, Speech Technology
Theo van Els, Professor (Ph.D. Nijmegen University), Applied
 Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition
Marinel Gerritsen, Associate Professor, (Ph.D. Leyden University),
 Sociolinguistics, Dialectology
Carlos Gussenhoven, Associate Professor (Ph.D. Nijmegen University),
 Phonetics, Phonology
Toon Hagen, Professor (Ph.D. Nijmegen University), Sociolinguistics,
 Dialectology
Henk van Jaarsveld, Assistant Professor (Ph.D. Nijmegen University),
 Psycholinguistics, Lexical Processing
Eric Kellerman, Associate Professor (Ph.D. Nijmegen University),
 Psycholinguistics, Second Language Acquisition
Toni Rietveld, Associate Professor (Ph.D. Nijmegen University),
 Phonetics, Methodology
Erik Schils, Assistant Professor (Ph.D. Nijmegen University), Methodology
Rob Schreuder, Professor (Ph.D. Nijmegen University), Psycholinguistics,
 Lexical Processing
Pieter Seuren, Professor (Ph.D. University of Utrecht), Philosophy
 of Language, Semantics
Iman Slis, Assistant Professor (Ph.D. Nijmegen University), Speech
 Disorders
Wilhelm Vieregge, Professor (Ph.D. University of Bonn), Phonetics,
 Sociophonetics

Directors
---------

Rob Schreuder (Nijmegen University)
Henk van Riemsdijk (Tilburg University)

Applications
------------

Applications should be addressed to

CLS - TILBURG CLS - NIJMEGEN
attn. Henk van Riemsdijk attn. Rob Schreuder
Tilburg University Nijmegen University
Dept. of Language and Literature Wundtlaan 1
P.O. Box 90153 6525 XD Nijmegen
5000 LE Tilburg The Netherlands
The Netherlands

e-mail: RIEMSDYKKUB.NL ROBMPI.NL
phone: +31 13 662668 +31 80 617752
fax: +31 13 663110 +31 80 521213

Applicants should have completed their undergraduate
training and be able to present evidence of adequate
knowledge in at least one of the four main research
areas of the school. Applications should contain a
statement of purpose, a curriculum vitae, samples
of any previous work, course and grade lists (transcripts),
references and, where applicable, evidence of adequate
command of the English language. Deadline for applications
is MAY 15 1991. Decisions my be expected before the
end of June 1991.

Financial Aid
-------------

Candidates that are admitted may expect to have the university
fees waived. In addition we expect to be able to offer a minimum
of 6 research assistantships for four years in each of the two
locations. These assistantships provide sufficient financial
support to cover the basic living expenses.

Locations
---------

Tilburg and Nijmegen are located in the south and east of The
Netherlands. The distance between the two cities is 65 km (40
miles). They are linked by a direct train connection. The Max-
Planck-Institut is located on the Nijmegen University Campus.
The aim is to create two groups each year, one in each
location, but to maximize interaction between the two groups.

Institutional Links
-------------------

CLS is closely linked with the Institute for Language Technology
and Artificial Intelligence (ITK) at Tilburg University, a joint
venture of the Computational Linguistics Section of the Humanities
Faculty and the Infolab Facility of the Economics Faculty.

Technological Facilities
------------------------

A wide range of technological facilities is available:
libraries, PCs and AI workstations, powerful mainframe
computers, phonetic laboratories and facilities for
experimental language behavior research.


Further Information
-------------------

Further information on the course program and on the research
activities of the Center can be obtained by contacting either
one of the two directors at the addresses listed above.
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