LINGUIST List 21.1715|
Thu Apr 08 2010
Jobs: Historical Ling; Phonology, Visiting Prof, Macalester College
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General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Phonology: Visiting Professor, Macalester College, MN, USA
Message 1: General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Phonology: Visiting Professor, Macalester College, MN, USA
From: John Haiman <HaimanMacalester.edu>
Subject: General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Phonology: Visiting Professor, Macalester College, MN, USA
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University or Organization: Macalester College
Job Location: Minnesota, USA
Web Address: http://www.macalester.edu
Job Rank: Visiting Professor
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Phonology
Sabbatical replacement to teach:
Introduction to Linguistics, Linguistic Analysis, Historical Linguistics
(Fall); and Introduction to Linguistics, Phonology, and Field Methods (Spring).
Ideally, the candidate should have some experience teaching at the
introductory level at a liberal arts college.
Application Deadline: 16-Apr-2010
Email Address for Applications: HaimanMacalester.edu
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