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Mon Aug 16 2010
Jobs: Pragmatics; Semantics: Post Doc/Ph.D., U of Konstanz
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Pragmatics; Semantics: Post Doc/Ph.D., University of Konstanz, Germany
Message 1: Pragmatics; Semantics: Post Doc/Ph.D., University of Konstanz, Germany
From: Bettina Braun-Spengler <infobraun-werbung.de>
Subject: Pragmatics; Semantics: Post Doc/Ph.D., University of Konstanz, Germany
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University or Organization: University of Konstanz
Job Location: Konstanz, Germany
Web Address: http://www.uni-konstanz.de
Job Rank: Post Doc
Specialty Areas: Pragmatics; Semantics
This position has been filled.
The University of Konstanz is one of the nine Universities of Excellence in
the Federal Republic of Germany.
The Department of Linguistics invites applications for a Postdoc/Ph.D.
Position in Semantics (Salary Scale 13 TV-L).
The positions are available for 3 years starting October 1st, 2010 or as
soon as possible thereafter.
The appointments for the Postdoc position is at 100% of Salary Scale 13
TV-L (in principle, this position can be divided into two half-time
positions), for the Ph.D. position at 50% of Salary Scale 13 TV-L.
The research positions are available within the project 'Decomposition of
comparative and superlative quantificational noun phrases at the
syntax/semantics interface' funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG).
The aim of the project is to develop a fully compositional analysis of noun
phrases involving comparative or superlative morphology. It applies methods
from formal semantics, syntax and pragmatics, as well as empirical methods
in corpus linguistics. The research project is based at the Department of
Linguistics and the Zukunftskolleg of the University of Konstanz.
The successful candidate will have an appropriate degree (Master for PhD
position or PhD for Post Doc position) in Linguistics as well as a
background in formal semantics, and ideally in syntax and/or pragmatics.
Good command of English is required.
Candidates are requested to apply with the following documents:
- motivation letter describing research interests
- one copy of a publication or thesis (Master/PhD)
- letters of recommendation or names and addresses of people we could contact
The University of Konstanz encourages disabled persons to apply. They will
be given preference if appropriately qualified (contact +49(0)7531/88-4895).
The University of Konstanz has been certified by the Hertie Foundation to
be a family-friendly institution. The University is committed to further
the compatibility of work and family life.
The University of Konstanz is an equal opportunity employer and tries to
increase the number of women in research and teaching.
E-mail applications using pdf-documents are welcome.
Please send your applications or further inquiries to Dr. Doris Penka.
Applications received by September 15th, 2010 will receive full
consideration. However, later applications may be considered as well until
the positions have been filled.
Application Deadline: This position has been filled.
Mailing Address for Applications:
Dr. Doris Penka
Zukunftskolleg und Fachbereich Sprachwissenschaft
Box 216, University of Konstanz
Konstanz DE 78457
Email Address for Applications: doris.penkauni-konstanz.de
Dr. Doris Penka
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