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Sun Oct 24 2010

Jobs: Syntax & Typology: Asst Prof, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

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        1.     Gregory Iverson , Syntax & Typology: Asst Prof, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

Message 1: Syntax & Typology: Asst Prof, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Date: 22-Oct-2010
From: Gregory Iverson <iversonuwm.edu>
Subject: Syntax & Typology: Asst Prof, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
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University or Organization: University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
Department: Linguistics
Job Location: Wisconsin, USA
Web Address: http://www4.uwm.edu/
Job Rank: Assistant Professor

Specialty Areas: Syntax; Typology


Description:

Position start date: August 2011

Job description:
The Department of Linguistics at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has
been authorized to make a full-time, tenure-track appointment in syntax at
the rank of assistant professor, and invites applications for the position.
Duties will include developing and teaching courses in syntactic theory,
description and typology, supervising graduate students at both the M.A.
and Ph.D. level and conducting research in the appointee's area of
specialization. Prospective applicants must have by August of 2011 a Ph.D.
in linguistics or some other related field, along with the ability and
willingness to teach in the undergraduate core distribution offerings.
Preferred candidates will be able to show evidence of quality teaching and
excellent scholarly promise, as well as knowledge of or expertise in a
range of disparate languages. A research interest in the syntax/semantics
interface, a demonstrated interest in comparative syntax, and expertise in
linguistic typology would enhance a candidate's application. Salary will
be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

To apply, please upload an up-to-date curriculum vitae, a letter of
application, and one or two publications to the application URL listed
below. Please arrange for three letters of recommendation to be mailed to
the application address given.

Review of applications will begin on October 25, 2010, and continue until
the position is filled. E-mail inquiries may be addressed to Dr. Iverson
at the email address listed.

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is an affirmative action,
equal-opportunity employer.

Application Deadline: This position has already been filled.
Mailing Address for Applications:
Professor Gregory Iverson
Syntax Search Committee, Department of Linguistics
Curtin Hall Room 535
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Milwaukee 53201-0413
United States
Web Address for Applications: http://jobs.uwm.edu/postings/5097
Contact Information:
Professor Gregory Iverson
Email: iversonuwm.edu

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