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LINGUIST List 20.3441

Tue Oct 13 2009

Jobs: General Ling, Phonology: Asst Prof, U of Missouri

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        1.    Sharon Black, General Linguistics, Phonology: Asst Prof, University of Missouri, USA

Message 1: General Linguistics, Phonology: Asst Prof, University of Missouri, USA
Date: 21-Aug-2009
From: Sharon Black <blacksamissouri.edu>
Subject: General Linguistics, Phonology: Asst Prof, University of Missouri, USA
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University or Organization: University of Missouri
Department: Department of English
Job Location: Missouri, USA
Web Address: http://english.missouri.edu
Job Rank: Assistant Professor

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Phonology


The English Department at MU seeks an assistant professor (tenure track) in
linguistics with a specialization in phonology. PhD in linguistics or
related field preferred. Appointment begins 15 August 2010.

The successful candidate will complete a three-member faculty team in the
English department, teaching courses that contribute to an
interdisciplinary major in linguistics and to a linguistics component of
our English degrees.

MU is the state's flagship university. We offer generous research leaves
for faculty, and the standard teaching schedule is two courses per
semester. Send letter of application and cv to Patricia Okker at the
application address listed below. No electronic applications will be
accepted. Preference given to applications received by 2 November.
Applications will be acknowledged by department letter. The University of
Missouri is an EOE/AA/ADA employer.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Mailing Address for Applications:
Professor and Chair Patricia Okker
University of Missouri
Department of English - 107 Tate Hall
Columbia, US 65211
Contact Information:
Sharon Black
Email: blacksamissouri.edu
Phone: 573-882-6066

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