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Wed Mar 02 2011

Jobs: Historical Linguistics: Assistant Professor, University of Berne

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        1.     Johanna Zuberi , Historical Linguistics: Assistant Professor, University of Berne, Switzerland

Message 1: Historical Linguistics: Assistant Professor, University of Berne, Switzerland
Date: 01-Mar-2011
From: Johanna Zuberi <johanna.zuberihistdek.unibe.ch>
Subject: Historical Linguistics: Assistant Professor, University of Berne, Switzerland
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University or Organization: University of Berne
Department: Department of English Languages and Literatures
Job Location: Bern, Switzerland
Web Address: http://www.ens.unibe.ch
Job Rank: Assistant Professor

Specialty Areas: Historical Linguistics


Description:

The University of Bern offers an

Assistant Professorship in English Historical Linguistics

in the Department of English Languages and Literatures starting 1st
February 2012 with a limited employment period of four years (plus two
additional years upon positive evaluation).

Applicants should have a strong research and publication profile in the
study of language change in English, and be able to teach courses
addressing a range of different time periods, including Old/Middle English.
Candidates should have research expertise that permits exchange with other
disciplines in the humanities and cultural studies, as well as participate
in interdisciplinary co-operations (e.g. with the University's Centre for
the Study of Language in Society). Previous experience in negotiating
external funding would be an asset. Academic requirements for this position
are a completed PhD plus a 'Habilitation' or equivalent qualification (e.g.
a second book-length publication, a cluster of international journal
articles or a significant funded research project).

The University of Bern is committed to equal opportunities in employment,
in particular to increasing the number of women in senior academic
positions. Women are therefore encouraged to apply.

An information leaflet can be obtained from the Dean's office:
fakultaetssekretariathistdek.unibe.ch

Applications giving details of qualifications, experience, external
funding, and specific areas of teaching offered, together with a CV should
be sent in paper form to the application address below. In addition,
candidates are requested to submit electronic copies to:
johanna.zuberihistdek.unibe.ch

Application Deadline: 21-Mar-2011
Mailing Address for Applications:
Dekanat der Phil.-Hist. Fakultät
Universität Bern
Länggassstrasse 49
CH- 3000 Bern 9
Switzerland
Email Address for Applications: johanna.zuberihistdek.unibe.ch
Contact Information:
Johanna Zuberi
Email: johanna.zuberihistdek.unibe.ch

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