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LINGUIST List 20.3548

Thu Oct 22 2009

Jobs: Phonetics/Phonology: Asst/Assoc or Full Prof, Brown University

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        1.    Patricia Squadrito, Phonetics/Phonology: Assistant/Associate or Full Professor, Brown University, Rhode Island, USA

Message 1: Phonetics/Phonology: Assistant/Associate or Full Professor, Brown University, Rhode Island, USA
Date: 20-Oct-2009
From: Patricia Squadrito <Patricia_SquadritoBrown.Edu>
Subject: Phonetics/Phonology: Assistant/Associate or Full Professor, Brown University, Rhode Island, USA
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University or Organization: Brown University
Department: Cognitve and Linguistic Sciences
Job Location: Rhode Island, USA
Web Address: http://www.brown.edu
Job Rank: Rank Open

Specialty Areas: Phonetics; Phonology


The Department of Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences and the Department of
Psychology invite applications for an open-rank position in
Phonetics/Phonology beginning July 1, 2010. Research focus is open, but we
especially value programs of research that cross traditional boundaries of
topics and methodology, including theoretical approaches. Interests in
cross-linguistic and/or developmental research are highly desirable. The
individual filling this position must be able to teach an introductory
phonology course as well as a course in experimental phonetics.

The successful candidate is expected to have (1) a track record of excellence
in research, (2) a well-specified research plan, and (3) a readiness to
contribute to undergraduate and graduate teaching and mentoring. Brown has
a highly interdisciplinary research environment in the study of mind, brain,
behavior, and language and is establishing an integrated Department of
Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences, effective July 2010. Plans
to house the 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 (for junior applicants) or names of five referees (for senior
applicants) should be submitted as PDFs to the application email address
below, or mailed to the address below. Applications received by January 5,
2010 are assured of full review. 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 Employer

Application Deadline: 05-Jan-2010
Mailing Address for Applications:
Phonetics/Phonology Search Committee
Department of Cognitive & Linguistic Sciences
Box 1978
Brown University
Providence, RI 02912
Email Address for Applications: PhoneticsPhonologySearchBrown.Edu
Contact Information:
Academic Department Manager Patricia Squadrito
Email: Patricia_SquadritoBrown.Edu
Phone: 401-863-2105
Fax: 401-863-2255
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