LINGUIST List 3.340

Wed 15 Apr 1992

Jobs: Toronto

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  1. K. Rice, U. of Toronto

Message 1: U. of Toronto

Date: Thu, 9 Apr 1992 08:25:22 U. of Toronto
From: K. Rice <>
Subject: U. of Toronto

1. The Department of Linguistics at the University of Toronto requires people
 to teach the following courses for the 1992-93 academic year:

LIN 100Y. Introduction to Linguistics.
This course is a general introduction to linguistics, covering the areas of
phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, sociolinguistics,
historical linguistics, and language acquisition. The course has an
enrollment of approximately 200 students.

Responsibilities involve preparation of lecture and tutorial material,
lecturing, supervision of teaching assistants, preparation of tests and
exams, grading of tests and exams. The course begins in September and ends
in April. The final exam is written in April or early May.

LIN 231F. Introduction to Morphology.
LIN 232S. Introduction to Syntax.
This sequence introduces the student to the areas of morphology and syntax.
The courses have LIN 100Y as a prerequisite. They combine an introduction
to theory with an emphasis on working with data from a wide range of
languages. These courses have an enrollment of approximately 60 students.
Responsibilities involve preparation of lecture material, lecturing,
preparation of homework assignments and tests, grading of homework
and tests. A grader is assigned to assist in the grading of homework
and tests.

 LIN 231F
begins in September and ends in December; LIN 232S begins in January and ends
in April.

2. Instructors may be required for the following courses.
LIN 229S. Introduction to Phonology.
LIN 421S. Intermediate Phonology. (Ph.D. required for this one.)

Applicants for any of the above jobs should submit a letter of application, CV
 and one letter of recommendation to: Peter Reich, Chair, Department of
Linguistics, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 1A1.
Telephone: 416 978-4029. Fax: 416 978-8821. e-mail:

3. The possibility of a one-year sessional position in the area of
phonological theory exists. Responsibilities include teaching phonology at
a range of levels, the possibility of teaching in other areas (e.g. field
methods, historical linguistics), supervision of MA theses.

A Ph.D. in Linguistics is required.

Candidates for this position should submit a letter of application, CV, two
letters of reference, and copies of publications and/or unpublished research
to Peter Reich at theabove address.

Deadline for application for all jobs: May 15, 1992.
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