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Wed 23 Sep 1992

Jobs: Typology, morphology, syntax, semantics, SLA

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  1. , Mellon at USC: Typology
  2. "Wayles Browne, Cornell University", Cornell announces two jobs
  3. Stanley Dubinsky, position in SLA theory

Message 1: Mellon at USC: Typology

Date: Wed, 23 Sep 92 10:17:51 PDMellon at USC: Typology
From: <COMRIEVM.USC.EDU>
Subject: Mellon at USC: Typology


UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: Dept of Linguistics

Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow in Linguistics (Language Universals
and Typology)

Applications are invited for a Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow in the
Department of Linguistics, in the area of Language Universals and
Typology. This is a non-tenure-track one-year appointment for
the academic year 1993-94. Teaching duties include one course in
each of two semesters. The PhD must be in hand at the time of
appointment and must not have been awarded prior to September
1986. The salary is approximately $28,000 with full faculty
fringe benefits. The deadline for applications is December 15,
1992. Send applications (cv, statement of research interests,
graduate transcript, and 3 letters of reference) to Chair,
Department of Linguistics, GFS-301, University of Southern
California, Los Angeles, CA 90089-1693. USC is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

Please address inquiries to: Bernard Comrie, comrievm.usc.edu
or address as above.
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Message 2: Cornell announces two jobs

Date: Wed, 23 Sep 92 19:31:53 EDCornell announces two jobs
From: "Wayles Browne, Cornell University" <JN5JCORNELLA.bitnet>
Subject: Cornell announces two jobs


Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853. The Department
of Modern Languages and Linguistics invites
applications for a tenure-track position in
morphology, syntax, semantics, or their interfaces. A
significant record of research in a language or
language area other than English is required. Ph.D.
required. To assure careful consideration, candidates
should send letter of application, CV, representative
publications (no more than three), and should request
referees to send letters of recommendation for
receipt no later than December 4, 1992, to: J.
Whitman, Chair, Search Committee I, Department of
Modern Languages and Linguistics, Morrill Hall, Cornell
University, Ithaca, NY 14853. Appointment will begin
Fall 1993. It is expected that appointment will be at
the rank of assistant professor, but a higher rank for
an exceptional candidate might be possible.
Minorities and women are encouraged to apply;
Cornell is an AA/EO employer.

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853. The Department
of Modern Languages and Linguistics invites
applications for a tenure-track position in one of the
following areas: sociolinguistics, discourse
analysis/pragmatics, or historical linguistics. A
significant record of research in a language or
language area other than English is required. Ph.D.
required. To assure careful consideration, candidates
should send letter of application, CV, representative
publications (no more than three), and should request
referees to send letters of recommendation for
receipt no later than December 4, 1992, to: J.
Jasanoff, Chair, Search Committee II, Department of
Modern Languages and Linguistics, Morrill Hall, Cornell
University, Ithaca, NY 14853. Appointment will begin
Fall 1993. It is expected that appointment will be at
the rank of assistant professor, but a higher rank for
an exceptional candidate might be possible.
Minorities and women are encouraged to apply;
Cornell is an AA/EO employer.
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Message 3: position in SLA theory

Date: Wed, 23 Sep 92 15:21:10 EDposition in SLA theory
From: Stanley Dubinsky <DUBINSKUNIVSCVM.bitnet>
Subject: position in SLA theory

The Linguistics Program at the University of South Carolina
seeks an assistant professor (tenure-track) specializing in
second language acquisition theory who also has an interest
in more applied aspects of the field. Ph.D. in hand required.
The ideal candidate will be prepared to teach a full range of
courses in second language acquisition/TESL including special
topics seminars. Personal research priority in second language
acquisition is essential. Areas of secondary teaching and
research interest include (in descending order of priority):
TEFL methodology, linguistic theory (phonology, syntax, morphology),
and first language acquisition. The appointment will be made
in the English Department and involves teaching primarily
graduate Linguistics Program courses, and some undergraduate
Linguistics courses for the English Department.
The interdisciplinary Linguistics Program is made up of twelve
core faculty from five departments and 17 consulting faculty.
Approximately one-half of our 50 students choose second
language acquisition/TEFL as their special field. A graduate
TEFL Certificate, the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees are offered.
An undergraduate major is being developed.
Send only a cover letter, vita, and names of three references.
Deadline: December 1, 1992. Dr. Arthur Mosher, Director,
Linguistics Program, University of South Carolina, Columbia,
SC 29208. AA/EEo. Minorities and women are encouraged to
apply.
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