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LINGUIST List 22.3231

Fri Aug 12 2011

Jobs: Formal Semantics: Assistant Professor, Concordia University

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        1.     Bradley Nelson , Formal Semantics: Assistant Professor, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Message 1: Formal Semantics: Assistant Professor, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Date: 12-Aug-2011
From: Bradley Nelson <bnelsonalcor.concordia.ca>
Subject: Formal Semantics: Assistant Professor, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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University or Organization: Concordia University, Montreal
Department: Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics
Job Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Web Address: http://cmll.concordia.ca
Job Rank: Assistant Professor

Specialty Areas: Cognitive Science; Morphology; Semantics


Description:

The Department of Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics at Concordia
University in Montreal, Quebec, is seeking applications for a Tenure Track
Appointment in Linguistics at the level of Assistant Professor. The successful
candidate will have a PhD or be ABD in linguistics with a specialization in
Formal Semantics, and will have an active research profile and broad teaching
experience. Teaching and research expertise in morphology and/or cognitive
science will be highly valued.

Applications must consist of a cover letter, a current curriculum vitae, copies of
recent publications, a statement of teaching philosophy/interests, a statement of
research achievements, and evidence of teaching effectiveness. Candidates
must also arrange to have three letters of reference sent directly to the
department contact. Letters may be emailed by the author or sent by regular
mail (electronic applications preferred).

Subject to budgetary approval, we anticipate filling this position, normally at the
rank of Assistant Professor, for July 1, 2012. Review of applications will begin
immediately and will continue until the position has been filled. All applications
should reach the department no later than November 1, 2011. All inquiries about
the position should be directed to Dr. Nelson, email address below.

For additional information please visit our Website at:
http://artsandscience1.concordia.ca/

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens
and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority. Concordia University is
committed to employment equity.

Application Deadline: November 1, 2011
Mailing Address for Applications:
Dr. Bradley Nelson, Chair
Dept. of Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics
Concordia University
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W. S-H 663-11
Montreal, Quebec H3G 1M8
Canada
Email Address for Applications: bnelsonalcor.concordia.ca
Contact Information:
Dr. Bradley Nelson
Email: bnelsonalcor.concordia.ca


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