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Fri Apr 22 2011
Jobs: Discipline of Linguistics: Lecturer, University of Western Sydney
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1. Hutchings Peter ,
Discipline of Linguistics: Lecturer, University of Western Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Message 1: Discipline of Linguistics: Lecturer, University of Western Sydney, Sydney, Australia
From: Hutchings Peter <p.hutchingsuws.edu.au>
Subject: Discipline of Linguistics: Lecturer, University of Western Sydney, Sydney, Australia
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University or Organization: University of Western Sydney
Department: School of Humanities and Languages
Job Location: Sydney, Australia
Web Address: http://www.uws.edu.au/humanities_languages
Job Rank: Lecturer
Specialty Areas: Discipline of Linguistics
The School of Humanities and Languages brings together scholars with
interdisciplinary research interests in the following fields: anthropology,
Asian studies, cultural studies, history, international relations, linguistics and
modern languages, literature and literary studies, media and visual studies,
philosophy, political and social theory, and religious studies. Their research
intersects with the focal areas of a range of Research Centres within the
College of Arts: the Centre for Cultural Research, Centre for Citizenship and
Public Policy, Centre for the Study of Contemporary Muslim Societies, MARCS
Auditory Laboratories, and the Writing and Society Research Group.
Applications are invited for the continuing position of Level B Lecturer from
scholars with teaching and research strengths in linguistics. The position will
teach into the Linguistics major, which provides conceptual tools and
knowledge relevant to the relationship of language and society as well
linguistics-related disciplines, such as sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics,
developmental linguistics, bilingualism, and other applied linguistics areas.
The successful applicant will have a PhD and a demonstrable record of
excellent teaching and high level international publications in an area
relevant to linguistics, including one or more of psycholinguistics, early
language learning, bilingualism, second language acquisition, Australian
indigenous languages, and English linguistics.
The School operates in a multi-campus environment and the successful
applicant is expected to teach on all campuses on which the School operates
in face-to-face teaching delivery and/or through blended learning
technologies. This position is located at the Bankstown campus.
Ref 267/11 Lecturer in Linguistics, School of Humanities and Languages
Application Deadline: 29-Apr-2011
Web Address for Applications: https://uws.nga.net.au/?jati=78A62BD1-C693-D092-7DE6-6456235FCA92
Professor Hutchings Peter
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