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LINGUIST List 20.2846

Fri Aug 21 2009

Jobs: Semantic/Pragmatic/Syntactic Lang Processing: Asst Prof, Brown U

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        1.    Patricia Squadrito, Semantic/Pragmatic or Syntactic Lang Processing: Asst Prof, Brown University, RI, USA

Message 1: Semantic/Pragmatic or Syntactic Lang Processing: Asst Prof, Brown University, RI, USA
Date: 21-Aug-2009
From: Patricia Squadrito <Patricia_SquadritoBrown.Edu>
Subject: Semantic/Pragmatic or Syntactic Lang Processing: Asst Prof, Brown University, RI, USA
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University or Organization: Brown University
Department: Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences and Psychology
Job Location: Rhode Island, USA
Web Address: http://www.brown.edu
Job Rank: Assistant Professor

Specialty Areas: Pragmatics; Semantics; Syntax; Langauge Processing


Description:

The Department of Cognitive & Linguistic Sciences and the Department of
Psychology invite applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor
position in semantic, pragmatic, lexical, and/or syntactic processing of
language beginning July 1, 2010.

Expertise at the intersection of theoretical and experimental approaches is
expected, and the successful candidate will have a strong experimental
research program informed by theoretical issues in linguistics. Applicants
should also have a broad teaching ability in cognitive science and
linguistics at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, and be able to
teach introductory courses in theoretical areas of language and linguistics
as well as introductory and more advanced courses in areas of
psycholinguistics.

Brown has a highly interdisciplinary research environment in the study of
language, mind, brain, and behavior, and is establishing an integrated
Department of Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences in 2010.
Plans to house the new department in a newly renovated, state-of-the-art
building in the heart of campus are well under way.

Curriculum vitae, reprints and preprints of publications, statements of
research and teaching interests (one page each), and three letters of
reference should be submitted by Nov. 15, 2009, as PDFs to
LanguageSearchbrown.edu, or else by mail to Language Processing Search
Committee at the address given below. All Ph.D. requirements must be
completed before July 1, 2010. Women and minorities are especially
encouraged to apply. Brown University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer.

Application Deadline: 15-Nov-2009
Mailing Address for Applications:
Language Proc Search Committee Pauline Jacobson
Dept. of Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences
Brown University, Box 1978
Providence, RI 02912
USA
Email Address for Applications: LanguageSearchBrown.edu
Contact Information:
Academic Department Manager Patricia Squadrito
Email: Patricia_SquadritoBrown.Edu
Phone: 401-863-2105
Fax: 401-863-2255
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