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LINGUIST List 20.2119

Tue Jun 09 2009

Jobs: Grammaticalization, African Languages (Bantu): Post Doc, Royal...

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        1.    Koen Bostoen, Grammaticalization, African Languages (Bantu): Post Doc, Royal Museum for Central Africa, Belgium

Message 1: Grammaticalization, African Languages (Bantu): Post Doc, Royal Museum for Central Africa, Belgium
Date: 08-Jun-2009
From: Koen Bostoen <koen.bostoenafricamuseum.be>
Subject: Grammaticalization, African Languages (Bantu): Post Doc, Royal Museum for Central Africa, Belgium
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University or Organization: Royal Museum for Central Africa
Department: Linguistics
Job Location: , Belgium
Web Address: http://www.africamuseum.be/research/anthropology/linguistic/research/a
Job Rank: Post Doc

Specialty Areas: Historical Linguistics; Semantics; Typology; Grammaticalization, African Languages (Bantu)

Required Language(s): Niger-Congo

Description:

As part of an "Interuniversity Attraction Pole" in partnership with four
Belgian universities and a German university and financed by the Belgian
Science Policy, the Royal Museum for Central Africa recruits for the
Linguistics Service a researcher at the rank of assistant to undertake
research on grammaticalization in the Bantu languages.

Profile:
The candidate should have completed a PhD-thesis in African linguistics. A
good knowledge of as well as publications on the Bantu languages and/or
other languages of the Niger-Congo family in fields such as the comparative
and historical linguistics, language description and language typology
(especially grammaticalization) will be particularly appreciated.

The candidate should be capable of working in team and of integrating
himself into a collective research program.

A good knowledge of English is indispensable. The command of French and/or
Dutch is an additional asset.

We Offer:
A full-time temporary contract (2 years) starting from the 1st of September
2009.

A nice and dynamic working environment.

An interesting holiday entitlement.

Reimbursement of the use of public transport between home address and work
place.

How to Apply:
The applications should be completed with a curriculum vitae, a certified
copy of the PhD diploma and a complete list of the publications.

For further information concerning the salary e.a.: Mrs A. Flahou
(anic.flahouafricamuseum.be)

Application Deadline: 30-Jun-2009
Mailing Address for Applications:
Director-General Guido Gryseels
Royal Museum for Central Africa
Leuvensesteenweg 13
Tervuren 3080
Belgium
Email Address for Applications: jobsafricamuseum.be
Web Address for Applications: http://www.africamuseum.be/jobs
Contact Information:
Dr. Jacky Maniacky
Email: jacky.maniackyafricamuseum.be
Phone: 003227695673
Fax: 003227695642
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