LINGUIST List 3.666

Fri 04 Sep 1992

FYI: Hangul archive, Job

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  1. Hyong-Joong Kim, Info-Hangul Archive at KAIST
  2. , Job -- New Zealand

Message 1: Info-Hangul Archive at KAIST

Date: Thu, 3 Sep 92 13:32:45 PDTInfo-Hangul Archive at KAIST
From: Hyong-Joong Kim <hjkimsol.UVic.CA>
Subject: Info-Hangul Archive at KAIST

For your information,
KAIST has a ftp site for the Hangul users all the world over.
You can find code converters, hangul-emulators, hangul-editors (UNIX),
hangul-latex (PC, MaC), probably Wdprocessors, etc.

ftp site: []
login : anonymous
passwd : your email-id

Moderator : (Uhhyung Choi)
 at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Hyong-Joong Kim, UVic.
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Message 2: Job -- New Zealand

Date: Fri, 4 Sep 1992 10:03:46 +Job -- New Zealand
From: <>
Subject: Job -- New Zealand

University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

Lectureship in English (Linguistics)

Aplications are invited from suitably qualified men and women for a
position in Linguistics at the University of Otago. The successful
applicant will be responsible for teaching core courses in phonetics and
phonology as part of the evolving Linguistics programme. The appointee
should have a demonstrated commitment to research evidenced by a PhD
degree, or near completed PhD, in descriptive linguistics. The ability to
teach current developments in phonological theory would be an advantage.

The current salary range is NZ$37,440 - NZ$49,088 per annum with a bar at

The position is available from 1 February 1993, and it is hoped that the
successful candidate can assume duties as close as possible to that date.

Further information is avialable from the Registrar, University of Otago,
PO Box 56, Dunedin, New Zealand (Fax (64)(3)474-1607) with whom
applications quoting reference A92/50 close on 21 October 1992.

Equal opportunity in employment is University policy.
Laurie Bauer
Wellington, New Zealand
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