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Support: Language Variation/ Language Change: PhD Student, LMU Munich

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        1.     Caroline Trautmann , Language Variation/ Language Change: PhD Student, LMU Munich, Germany

Message 1: Language Variation/ Language Change: PhD Student, LMU Munich, Germany
Date: 24-Nov-2011
From: Caroline Trautmann <trautmannlipp.lmu.de>
Subject: Language Variation/ Language Change: PhD Student, LMU Munich, Germany
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Department: International Doctoral Program in Linguistics (LIP
Web Address: http://www.lipp.lmu.de

Level: PhD

Duties: Research

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics
Language Variation - Language Change


The International Doctoral Program in Linguistics (LIPP) in cooperation with the
Center for Language and Literature ('Zentrum für Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft)
at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität is offering up to 3 doctoral student positions
(TV-L E13, 50%, 2,5 years with evaluation after the first year; start of employment
May 2012) to work on a research project related to the linguistic focus: 'Variation -
Kontakt - Wandel'.

Doctoral students enjoy excellent conditions in an interdisciplinary environment with
around 50 participants working on a broad variety of linguistic topics. The program is
research oriented and has a systematically structured interdisciplinary curriculum. It
offers an individual and intensive advisory program for doctoral candidates, an
international guest-speaker program and financial support for international research
projects. Double-degrees within the framework of 'Cotutelle de Thèse' are supported.
Application requirements are a university degree with a grade above average
(Magister Artium, diploma, state board examination, Master of Arts ('with thesis'),
Maîtrise, Laurea, etc.) in a linguistic subject, very good knowledge of German,
working knowledge of English and at least one other language. We especially
welcome students with degrees from outside of Germany.

Further information regarding the research done at the Center is available at the
center's website www.zsl.fak13.uni-muenchen.de. All information regarding the
doctoral program is available at http://www.lipp.lmu.de. Information regarding the
application procedure is available at www.lipp.lmu.de/Bewerbung.

Applications Deadline: 15-Dec-2011

Mailing Address for Applications:
        Attn: Dr. Caroline Trautmann
        Schellingstr. 10
        Muenchen Bavaria 80799

Web Address for Applications: http://www.lipp.lmu.de/Bewerbung

Contact Information:
        Dr. Caroline Trautmann
        Phone:0049(0)89 2180 3846
        Fax:0049(0)89 2180 99 3846

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