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Mon Sep 12 2011

Jobs: Phonology: Assistant Professor, Brown University

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        1.     Patricia Squadrito , Phonology: Assistant Professor, Brown University, Rhode Island, USA

Message 1: Phonology: Assistant Professor, Brown University, Rhode Island, USA
Date: 12-Sep-2011
From: Patricia Squadrito <Patricia_Squadritobrown.edu>
Subject: Phonology: Assistant Professor, Brown University, Rhode Island, USA
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University or Organization: Brown University
Department: Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences
Job Location: Rhode Island, USA
Web Address: http://www.brown.edu
Job Rank: Assistant Professor

Specialty Areas: Phonology


Description:

The Department of Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences invites
applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Phonology
beginning July 1, 2012. Research focus is open, but we especially value
phonetically informed programs of research that cross traditional
boundaries of topics and methodology and include cross-linguistic
components. Applicants in all areas of phonology will be considered, but
candidates whose research includes computational, developmental, and/or
experimental approaches are particularly encouraged to apply. The
individual filling this position must be able to teach introductory and
advanced phonology courses. Successful candidates are expected to have (1)
a track record of excellence in research, (2) a well-specified research
plan, and (3) a readiness to contribute to undergraduate and graduate
teaching and mentoring. This is one of a series of language-related
positions that we are seeking to fill; we anticipate conducting two
additional searches in 2012-2013. Brown has a highly interdisciplinary
research environment in the study of the mind, brain, behavior, and
language; the Department will be moving into a newly renovated
state-of-the-art building in the heart of campus in Fall, 2011. Curriculum
vitae, reprints and preprints of publications, statement of research
interests (one page each), and three letters of reference should be
submitted on-line as PDFs to PhonologySearchbrown.edu, or else mailed to
the application address below. Applications received by December 1, 2011
are assured of full review. All Ph.D requirements must be completed before
July 1, 2012.

Brown is an EEO/AA Employer. Minorities and women are especially encouraged
to apply.

Application Deadline: 01-Dec-2011
Mailing Address for Applications:
Phonology Search Committee
Department of Cognitive, Linguistic & Psychological Sciences
Box 1821
Brown University
Providence, RI 02912
USA
Email Address for Applications: PhonologySearchbrown.edu
Contact Information:
Ms Patricia Squadrito
Email: Patricia_Squadritobrown.edu
Phone: 401-863-2105
Fax: 401-863-2255

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