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LINGUIST List 20.4324

Tue Dec 15 2009

Jobs: Phonology: Lecturer, University of Southern California

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        1.    Frankie Hayduk, Phonology: Lecturer, University of Southern California, CA, USA

Message 1: Phonology: Lecturer, University of Southern California, CA, USA
Date: 14-Dec-2009
From: Frankie Hayduk <fhaydukusc.edu>
Subject: Phonology: Lecturer, University of Southern California, CA, USA
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University or Organization: University of Southern California
Department: Linguistics
Job Location: California, USA
Web Address: http://college.usc.edu/ling/home/
Job Rank: Lecturer

Specialty Areas: Phonology


The Department of Linguistics of the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
at the University of Southern California invites applications for a
one-year non-tenure-track Lecturer or one-year Adjunct Assistant Professor
(non-tenure-track) for the academic year 2010-2011 to teach courses in
phonology and assist in advising graduate students, from beginning to
advanced. The position will involve teaching four courses, two in the fall
semester and two in the spring semester. Teaching responsibilities are
expected to include the following courses: courses from the first year
graduate sequence in Phonology, a graduate seminar in Phonology,
Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology (undergraduate), and Advanced
Phonology (undergraduate).

The candidate must have completed all of the requirements for a Ph.D. in
Linguistics or related field with a specialization in phonology by 1 August
2010. Candidates are requested to submit a curriculum vitae, cover letter
describing experience and interests for both research and teaching, sample
papers, and, if available, teaching evaluations. Applicants should also
arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent from individuals who
are familiar with their work.

Electronic submission of application materials is strongly recommended.
Materials should be submitted to the following email address with the
subject heading "Phonology Search": phonologycollege.usc.edu

In cases where hard copy submission is deemed necessary, materials should
be sent to the address below.

For fullest consideration, applications should be received by 1 February, 2010.

Questions about the position may be directed to the search committee chair,
Rachel Walker, at rwalkerusc.edu.

The University of Southern California strongly values diversity and is
committed to equal opportunity in employment. Women and men, and members
of all racial and ethnic groups, are encouraged to apply.

Application Deadline: 01-Feb-2010
Mailing Address for Applications:
Phonology Search Committee Chair, Rachel Walker
Department of Linguistics
3601 Watt Way - Grace Ford Salvatori 301
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, US 90089-1693
Email Address for Applications: phonologycollege.usc.edu
Contact Information:
Search Committee Chair Rachel Walker
Email: rwalkerusc.edu
Phone: 213-740-2986

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