LINGUIST List 3.682

Fri 11 Sep 1992

Jobs: Iowa, Classics

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  1. Bill Davies, Job Opening at U Iowa
  2. LEONARD MARSH, Classics position open
  3. Leland Emerson McCleary, 400

Message 1: Job Opening at U Iowa

Date: Tue, 08 Sep 92 09:14 CDT
From: Bill Davies <BLALWDWYUIAMVS.bitnet>
Subject: Job Opening at U Iowa

The Department of Linguistics at The University of Iowa
invites applications for a tenure track position in
linguistics beginning August 1993. Requirements:
(1) research and/or teaching experience in topics related to
second language acquisition and English as a second language,
and (2) expertise in a core area of linguistics.

It is most likely that the appointment will be at the rank of
assistant professor, but applications are solicited from
exceptionally well-qualified candidates at higher levels.
Ph.D. required by time of appointment.

Applicants should send a letter of application, a curriculum
vitae, and the names of three references to

 Prof. W.D. Davies, Chair
 Search Committee
 Department of Linguistics
 The University of Iowa
 Iowa City, IA 52242-1408

Screening will begin immediately.

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Message 2: Classics position open

Date: Fri, 11 Sep 1992 14:17:43 Classics position open
From: LEONARD MARSH <marshLEMOYNE.bitnet>
Subject: Classics position open


Position: Full-time tenure-track in Classics
Rank: Assistant Professor
Begin: September 1993
Degree: Ph.D. in Latin or Classics. ABD considered
Able to teach: Classical literature in translation
 classical mythology
 history of Roman Republic and Empire
 Latin language and literature
 classical Greek
 cyclical team teaching in honors humanities program

Please send: letter of application
 3 letters of recommendation
 self-addressed postcard for acknowledgement

Apply before: November 16, 1992

Apply to: Prof. Raquel Romeu
 Chair, Dept. of Foreign Languages
 Le Moyne College
 Syracuse, NY 13214

E-mail to: Leonard Marsh MARSHLEMOYNE

Le Moyne, a college in the Jesuit tradition, is an AA/EO employer.
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Message 3: 400

Date: Thu, 10 Sep 92 13:43:03 -0400
From: Leland Emerson McCleary <>
Subject: 400


The English language division of the Modern Languages Department
of the University of Sao Paulo is seeking a Fulbright visiting
lecturer for the second semester of 1993.

Duties will include teaching one undergraduate course and one
graduate course, totalling roughly eight class hours per week.
The undergraduate course may be Semantics (strongly preferred),
Discourse Analysis, or Syntax. The graduate course may be
anything in the areas of linguistics, applied linguistics or
translation studies.

Normally Fulbright scholars receive invitations to lecture in
various other parts of Brazil during their semester in Sao Paulo.

Interested parties should contact me through email or snailmail.
Please distribute this notice among your colleagues.

 Leland McCleary
 Rua do Lago 717
 05508 (Cidade Universitaria)
 Sao Paulo, SP
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