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Message 1: Lectureships in English Language / Linguistics

Date: Wed, 22 Apr 92 14:01:26 +0Lectureships in English Language / Linguistics
From: <Hermann.Moislnewcastle.ac.uk>
Subject: Lectureships in English Language / Linguistics

Lectureships in English Language / Linguistics

The following advertisement will appear in the Guardian on 28.4.92
and in the Times Higher Education Supplement on 1.5.92:

UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
SCHOOL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
LECTURESHIPS (TWO POSTS)

Applications are invited for two Lectureships in the Department of
English Language in the following areas:

1. Contemporary syntax. An interest in psychology of language and
 child language acquisition would be an advantage.

2. Historical linguistics (with special reference to English) and/or
 sociolinguistics

Salary will be at an appropriate point on the Lecturer Grade A scale:
(Pounds Sterling) 12,860 - 17,827 per annum, according to qualifications
and experience.

Further particulars may be obtained from the Director of Personnel, The
University, 6 Kensington Terrace, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU, Great
Britain, with whom applications (3 copies), together with the names
and addresses of three referees, should be lodged not later than 22 May
1992.
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Message 2: TWO RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS

Date: Mon, 27 Apr 92 11:46:24 BSTWO RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS
From: norman fraser <normanlogcam.co.uk>
Subject: TWO RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS


 UNIVERSITY OF SURREY
 Department of Linguistic and International Studies
 and
 Social and Computer Sciences Research Group

 TWO RESEARCH FELLOWS

These positions, funded by the ESRC and the Leverhulme Trust, are for
work on a computer implementation of Russian morphology using DATR,
under the direction of Professor G. Corbett and Mr. N. Fraser. The
ideal candidate would have considerable theoretical knowledge of
Russian, and some familiarity with computing. However, the required
skills may be balanced between the two appointments and so enquiries
and applications are welcome from those with a Russian linguistics or
a computational linguistics background.

Salary on the 1A scale, depending on age and experience, maximum
starting salary #14,359. Appointment for three years. Applicants
should submit three copies of a letter of application and CV, with the
names of two referees, quoting reference 076, to Personnel Office
(JLG), University of Surrey, Guildford GU2 5XH, U.K.), from where
further particulars are available. Closing date for applications 22
May 1992.

Informal enquiries to Greville Corbett (+44 483-300800 ext 2849,
email: g.corbettsurrey.ac.uk) or Norman Fraser (+44 223-66343,
email: normanlogcam.co.uk).
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