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Mon 03 Feb 1992

Jobs: Trondheim, Delaware

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  1. Curt Rice, Phonetics job: Trondheim
  2. Peter Cole, Faculty Positions in Linguistics at the University of Delaware

Message 1: Phonetics job: Trondheim

Date: Fri, 31 Jan 1992 09:23:29 Phonetics job: Trondheim
From: Curt Rice <Curt.Riceavh.unit.no>
Subject: Phonetics job: Trondheim


The Department of Linguistics at the University of
Trondheim (Norway) has a vacant position in acoustic
and perceptual phonetics.
Knowledge of Norwegian is not required at the time of
application, although the successful applicant will be
expected to learn Norwegian within three years of
assuming duties.
The deadline for applications is March 13, 1992. Contact
Thorstein Fretheim for information on the required
application materials and submission procedure, etc.,
at thorstein.fretheimavh.unit.no
or at: Department of Linguistics, University of
Trondheim, 7055 Dragvoll, Norway.

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Message 2: Faculty Positions in Linguistics at the University of Delaware

Date: Mon, 03 Feb 92 14:30:14 ESFaculty Positions in Linguistics at the University of Delaware
From: Peter Cole <AXR00786UDELVM.bitnet>
Subject: Faculty Positions in Linguistics at the University of Delaware


Faculty Positions in Linguistics at the University of
Delaware

The Department of Linguistics at the University of Delaware
is anticipating one or more faculty positions for the 1992-
93 academic year in the following areas:

Psycholinguistics--The ideal candidate would have an interest
in both theoretical and applied psycholinguistics, and would
be familiar with current research in linguistic theory.
While the specialization within psycholinguistics is open,
the interests of the candidates should include second
language acquisition.

Phonological theory--Candidates should present clear evidence
of significant achievements in phonological theory.
Expertise in morphology, phonetics and/or in some language
area is desirable.

Formal syntax--Candidates should present clear evidence of
significant achievements in syntactic theory. Expertise in
an allied area such as morphology, semantics, mathematical
linguistics and/or computational linguistics is desirable.

Appointments will be made at the level of Assistant
Professor, or, possibly at the level of untenured Associate
Professor. We hope to make tenure track appointments, but if
the right candidates are not found, or if tenure track
funding for all needed positions is not available, some
appointments may be made on a one year basis.

There is no formal deadline for receipt of applications:
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
For first consideration, however, applications should be
received by March 1, 1992. Applications should include a CV,
a brief statement of current and projected research and
teaching interests, copies of publications and a list of at
least three referees (including address, e-mail address and
phone). Candidates should ask referees to write to us
immediately and should also inform us whether they wish to be
considered for a tenure track position, a one year position
or both. Candidates whose interests and qualifications
include more than one of the above areas should indicate
this. Materials should be addressed to Linguistics Search
Committee, Department of Linguistics, University of Delaware,
46 E. Delaware, Newark, DE 19716. For further information
regarding the psycholinguistics position, please contact
Professor William Frawley (billfbrahms.udel.edu); for
information on the phonology position, contact Professor
Irene Vogel (adx26745udelvm.bitnet), and for information on
the syntax position, contact Professor Peter Cole
(linguisticsudel.edu).

The University of Delaware is an Equal Opportunity Employer
which encourages application from Minority Group Members and
Women.
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