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LINGUIST List 23.2716

Wed Jun 13 2012

Jobs: German; Romance; General Ling; Historical Ling; History of Ling; Contact Langs; Plurilingualism: Doctoral Research Asst, U of Graz

Editor for this issue: Svetlana Tchistiakova <svetlanalinguistlist.org>

Date: 13-Jun-2012
From: Bernhard Hurch <bernhard.hurchuni-graz.at>
Subject: German; Romance; General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; History of Linguistics; Contact Languages; Plurilingualism: Doctoral Research Assistant, University of Graz, Graz, Austria
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University or Organization: University of Graz
Department: department of linguistics
Job Location: Graz, Austria
Web Address: http://www.uni-graz.at/ling/
Job Rank: Doctoral Research Assistant

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; History of Linguistics; Sociolinguistics; Contact Languages; Plurilingualism

Required Language(s): German
                                 Romance

Description:

In connection with the research project 'Networks of Knowledge' financed by
the Austrian Science Fund and directed by Bernhard Hurch, the Linguistics
Department of Karl-Franzens University (Graz) announces the opening of two
doctoral research positions to conduct thesis work related to the project as
scientific research collaborator ("wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter"). Using the
resources of the Hugo Schuchardt Archive, the project aims to examine
significant aspects of the history of linguistics and of the research networks
that were in place in the second half of the 19th century and the beginning of
the 20th century. The specific focus of the project will revolve around Creole
languages, Romance linguistics, Basque studies, specific topics in general
and historical linguistics, contact languages, and plurilingualism.

Duration of the project: 3 years
Start date: October 1st 2012
Required background: Masters degree in linguistics or a related discipline. A
good knowledge of Romance languages. Knowledge of German is necessary,
but we will consider applicants who are willing to learn it intensively, ideally
before joining the project.

Requirements: scientific curiosity and interest (evidenced by participations in
conferences and publications); willingness to use electronic means of
information management and to engage in team work; commitment to register
in the PhD program of the Linguistics department (with a possible external co-
supervisor). The theme of the thesis may be directly linked to the project or
more loosely related.
For more information, we can supply the full description of the project upon
request. The project web page can also be consulted at the following URL:
http://schuchardt.uni-graz.at/home

Salary and contract terms are in accordance with the Austrian Science
Fund's guidelines.

Applications can be submitted electronically any time and should meet the
usual requirements.

For more information potential candidates should contact the Linguistics
Department at the address given below, or by email at netknowluni-graz.at,
schuchardtuni-graz.at, and bernhard.hurchuni-graz.at

The application deadline for beginning work on 01-October-2012 is 20-July-2012.
Positions with later start dates will remain open until filled.

Application Deadline: 01-Oct-2012 (Open until filled)
Mailing Address for Applications:
Dr. Bernhard Hurch
Institut für Sprachwissenschaft
Universität Graz
Merangasse 70
Graz
Austria
Email Address for Applications: netknowluni-graz.at; schuchardtuni-graz.at; bernhard.hurchuni-graz
Contact Information:
Bernhard Hurch
Email: bernhard.hurchuni-graz.at

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