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LINGUIST List 24.687

Wed Feb 06 2013

Support: Cree: PhD Student, INCAS³, Netherlands

Editor for this issue: Brent Miller <brentlinguistlist.org>

Date: 06-Feb-2013
From: Matt Coler <mattcolerincas3.eu>
Subject: Cree: PhD Student, INCAS³, Netherlands
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Department: Cognitive Systems
Level: PhD

Duties: Research

Specialty Areas: Anthropological Linguistics; Cognitive Science; Language Documentation
Knowledge Representation
Required Language(s): Cree, Moose (crm)
                            Cree, Plains (crk)
                            Cree, Swampy (csw)
                            Cree, Woods (cwd)
                            Ojibwa, Severn (ojs)


INCAS³ has pre-doc opportunities for MA graduates interested in indigenous language, culture and knowledge representation. The ideal candidate has an interest in working with indigenous groups to document and codify expert knowledge as exercised by diverse communities of people, including Cree (Algic, Algonquian) among others.

The chosen candidate will be hired to spend six months writing a doctoral proposal in close collaboration with INCAS³ scientists, postdoctoral researchers and external scholars. If the proposal meets expectations, the candidate will be offered a fully funded PhD position to perform the research.

This position is open until filled.

Applications Deadline: 06-Jul-2013

Web Address for Applications: http://www.incas3.eu/about/working-at-incas3/predoctoral-researcher-13pr03/

Contact Information:
        Matt Coler mattcolerincas3.eu

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