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Tue Sep 28 2010
Jobs: General Linguistics; Morphology; Syntax: Asst Prof, Boise State U
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General Linguistics; Morphology; Syntax: Assistant Professor, Boise State University, ID, USA
Message 1: General Linguistics; Morphology; Syntax: Assistant Professor, Boise State University, ID, USA
From: Michal Temkin Martinez <michaltmartinezboisestate.edu>
Subject: General Linguistics; Morphology; Syntax: Assistant Professor, Boise State University, ID, USA
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University or Organization: Boise State University
Job Location: Idaho, USA
Web Address: http://www.boisestate.edu/english/
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Morphology; Syntax
Tenure-track assistant professor position in general linguistics, starting
in Fall 2011. Ph.D. in Linguistics required by time of appointment.
Candidate must be able to teach a range of undergraduate courses in
linguistics, including an introductory course, and be able to develop a
course in morphology and syntax. Other courses regularly taught are: modern
English grammar; history of English; language, culture, and society; and
psycholinguistics. The candidate must also be willing to participate in the
ongoing development of the linguistics program. Other courses to be
developed might include semantics; pragmatics; historical linguistics;
field methods; corpus and computational linguistics; and/or other courses
within the candidate's subspecialties. The normal teaching load is 2/3.
Scholarly publication, teaching excellence, and service are required for
academic advancement. http://www.boisestate.edu/english/linglab/
Application Procedures: Application materials - consisting of (1) letter of
application describing teaching experience and research interests, (2)
curriculum vitae, (3) transcripts (unofficial accepted), and (4) a minimum
of three letters of recommendation - should be addressed to the address
below. Applicants should submit items 1-3 as separate PDF attachments by
email to genlingboisestate.edu, with the applicant's surname and the
document type in the title of each document (e.g., smith_cover.pdf).
Item 4 (reference letters) should be submitted hard-copy through a dossier
service or directly from the references to the address below.
If necessary, alternative procedures for application may be arranged with
Steven Olsen-Smith, Hiring Coordinator, at sosmithboisestate.edu. Review
of applications received by October 22, 2010 will begin immediately.
Applications received after that date may be considered if the position is
not filled from the initial applicant pool.
Boise State University is strongly committed to achieving excellence
through cultural diversity. The University actively encourages applications
and nominations of women, persons of color, and members of other
underrepresented groups. EOE/AA Institution, Veterans preference.
Application Deadline: 22-Oct-2010
Mailing Address for Applications:
Professor Michelle Payne
Chair, Department of English
Re: General Linguistics Search
Boise State University, 1910 University Drive
Boise, ID 83725-152
Email Address for Applications: genlingboisestate.edu
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