LINGUIST List 3.67

Fri 24 Jan 1992

Jobs: Tsing Hua University, Phonological theory

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  1. H.Samual Wang (035, Jobs in Tsing Hua University
  2. "Paul Hirschbuhler, acting chair", Ottawa

Message 1: Jobs in Tsing Hua University

Date: Wed, 22 Jan 92 18:47:28 -0Jobs in Tsing Hua University
From: H.Samual Wang (035 <>
Subject: Jobs in Tsing Hua University

The Graduate Institute of Linguistics has one to two teaching positions
to be filled in the near future. Specializations are relatively open,
but priority will be given to candidates who demonstrate strength in
one or more of the following areas: phonology, morphology, sociolinguistics,
typology. Only Ph.D. holders and Ph.D. candidates expecting to finish
the degree on or before August 1, 1992, need to apply.

The institute offers a master's as well as a Ph.D. degree. Courses are
taught in either Chinese (Mandarin) or English.

Applications should include a CV, three letters of reference and a copy of
recent representative publications. For fresh Ph.D. holders a copy of
dissertation is essential. For Ph.D. candidates a copy of the first draft
of dissertation will also be helpful. It is also suggested, though not
required, that the applicant write up a research prospectus to assist
the review process.

Send applications to:

 H. Samuel Wang
 Graduate Institute of Linguistics
 National Tsing Hua University
 Hsin-chu, Taiwan 300

Applications received before May 1, 1992 are assured of consideration.
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Message 2: Ottawa

Date: Thu, 23 Jan 92 16:56:33 ESOttawa
From: "Paul Hirschbuhler, acting chair" <>
Subject: Ottawa


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The Department of Linguistics at the University of Ottawa invites applications
for a tenure-track position in phonological theory at the assistant or
associate professor level effective July 1, 1992, with the possibility for the
starting date to be delayed until July 1, 1993, if prior commitments prevent
the candidate from starting on the first date.

Ph.D. in Linguistics, proof of excellence in research. Bilingualism (French/
English) is a condition of tenure within the university. The person selected
will teach courses in French and English starting in the first year of

Candidates are invited to address their application with CV, three letters of
recommendation and copies of publications and/or unpublished research to:
 Paul Hirschbuhler, Acting Chair
 Department of Linguistics
 University of Ottawa
 78 Laurier Avenue, East
 Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5
 Telephone: (613) 564-2414
 FAX: (613) 564-9067

Applications received before March 31, 1992 are guaranteed consideration, but
the department will consider applications until a final decision is made.

The University of Ottawa has an employment equity policy. In accordance with
Canadian immigration requirements, this advertisement is directed to Canadian
citizens and permanent residents of Canada.
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