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Jobs: Syntax; Syntax-Phonology Interface: Post Doc, Centre for General Linguistics (ZAS)
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From: Hubert Truckenbrodt <hubert.truckenbrodtgooglemail.com>
Subject: Syntax; Syntax-Phonology Interface: Post Doc/Researcher, Centre for General Linguistics (ZAS), Berlin, Germany
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University or Organization: Centre for General Linguistics (ZAS)
Job Location: Berlin, Germany
Web Address: http://www.zas.gwz-berlin.de/
Job Rank: Post Doc
Specialty Areas: Phonology; Syntax; Syntax-Phonology Interface
The Centre for General Linguistics (ZAS) in Berlin invites applications for
a research position at the postdoctoral (up to senior) level until the end
of 2013. We expect renewal of the institute and of the position until the
end of 2019, possibly beyond. The specialization should be in the syntax
or the syntax-phonology interface of a non-Indoeuropean language,
rooted in cross-linguistic (generative) theory. We are looking for a self-
defined research agenda in the area of clausal dependencies and/or the
left/right periphery of clauses. If this is not the area of recently completed
work we ask for a research proposal with the application. Fieldwork and
work on the morphology of clausal dependencies are pluses.
The ZAS is a research institute of the State of Berlin receiving major
financial support from the German Federal Government. Its five main
divisions currently focus on the general research program 'Embedding,
linkage and constituent boundaries in speech, grammar and discourse'.
Please submit applications via e-mail and include a CV, a letter of intent
concerning the research plans, up to three representative publications in
pdf-format, and the names of at least two scholars to be contacted for
letters of recommendation.
Application Deadline: 01-Jul-2012 (Open until filled)
Email Address for Applications: hubert.truckenbrodtgooglemail.com
Prof. Dr. Hubert Truckenbrodt
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