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LINGUIST List 20.3450

Tue Oct 13 2009

Jobs: General Linguistics: Assistant Professor, Reed College, OR, USA

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        1.    Matt Pearson, General Linguistics: Assistant Professor, Reed College, OR, USA

Message 1: General Linguistics: Assistant Professor, Reed College, OR, USA
Date: 13-Oct-2009
From: Matt Pearson <pearsonmreed.edu>
Subject: General Linguistics: Assistant Professor, Reed College, OR, USA
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University or Organization: Reed College
Department: Linguistics
Job Location: Oregon, USA
Web Address: http://academic.reed.edu/linguistics/
Job Rank: Assistant Professor

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics


Reed College seeks applications for a tenure-track position in Linguistics,
to commence August 2010. Candidates should have a strong teaching and
research specialization in two or more of the following areas:
sociolinguistics, computational linguistics, discourse analysis,
anthropological linguistics, historical linguistics, language contact, and
the structure of an under-documented language or language family.
Experience in phonetic analysis, field methods, and/or experimental methods
is also highly desirable. PhD or ABD in Linguistics required.

Reed is a selective, undergraduate-only liberal arts institution with a
commitment to teaching excellence and scholarship. The appointee will join
a small but comprehensive undergraduate linguistics department and offer
five semester courses per year, including one of the department's two
introductory courses (Introduction to Language, Culture, and Society). The
position also involves supervising year-long senior thesis projects on a
wide array of research topics within linguistics.

Please submit a letter of application describing teaching and scholarly
interests, along with CV, evidence of teaching potential, samples of
scholarly work, and three letters of recommendation. Application materials
should be submitted electronically as PDF (preferred) or Word attachments
to linguistics.searchreed.edu. (Writing samples or other materials which
are only available in hard copy form may be sent to the address below.) All
application materials must be received by the application deadline.

For further information about this position, please contact Matt Pearson,
the chair of the search, whose contact information is below. An equal
opportunity employer, Reed College values diversity and encourages
applications from underrepresented groups.

Application Deadline: 01-Dec-2009
Mailing Address for Applications:
Prof. Matt Pearson
Linguistics Search, c/o Karin Purdy
Reed College
3203 SE Woodstock Boulevard
Portland, OR 97202
Email Address for Applications: linguistics.searchreed.edu
Contact Information:
Matt Pearson
Email: pearsonmreed.edu
Phone: 503-517-7618

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