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Mon Jun 27 2011
Jobs: English; Forensic Ling: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader, Aston U
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1. Tim Grant ,
English; Forensic Linguistics: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader, Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Message 1: English; Forensic Linguistics: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader, Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom
From: Tim Grant <t.d.grantaston.ac.uk>
Subject: English; Forensic Linguistics: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader, Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom
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University or Organization: Aston University
Department: School of Languages & Social Sciences
Job Location: Birmingham, United Kingdom
Web Address: http://www.aston.ac.uk/jobs
Job Rank: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader
Specialty Areas: Forensic Linguistics
Required Language(s): English (eng)
Applications are invited for either a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer/Reader in
Forensic Linguistics to join the English group within the School of
Languages & Social Sciences. Working in an energetic and expanding subject
group you will have the ability to contribute to all levels of teaching
across the discipline of English language and linguistics as well as in the
specific area of forensic linguistics.
An emerging or established excellent track record of publications and
securing research funding is essential as your research will make a
significant contribution to the group under the forthcoming REF exercise.
Your research should contribute to the area of forensic linguistics and
should complement the research of current staff. This includes interest in
idiolect, authorship and forensic investigative analysis as well as
interest in language used in police interview, Courtroom and through the
Please visit the application URL below for further information and to apply
online.Ref: R110218 (Lecturer) or R110219 (Senior Lecturer/Reader).
Application Deadline: 05-Aug-2011
Web Address for Applications: http://aston.ac.uk/jobs
Dr Tim Grant
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