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Mon 28 Sep 1992

Jobs: U of Rochester, MIT, Georgetown

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  1. Peter Lasersohn, opening at univ. of rochester
  2. , Linguistics-philosophy job at MIT
  3. Cathy Ball, Semantics Position at Georgetown

Message 1: opening at univ. of rochester

Date: Fri, 25 Sep 92 11:16:27 EDopening at univ. of rochester
From: Peter Lasersohn <plsrtroi.cc.rochester.edu>
Subject: opening at univ. of rochester


 THEORETICAL LINGUISTICS

The Linguistics Program at the University of Rochester has
an opening in theoretical linguistics. Rank open. Strongest
needs are for someone with specialization in ASL linguistics,
phonology, morphology, and/or syntax. Most favored will be
candidates with a strong publication record and demonstrated
excellence in both undergraduate and graduate teaching, and
an ability to contribute to the university's cognitive science
community. For fullest consideration, applications should arrive
by November 16. EOE/AA.

Send letter of application, vita, and names of at least three
references to:

Chair, Linguistics Search Committee
Linguistics Program
392 Dewey Hall
University of Rochester
Rochester, NY 14627-0082
USA
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Message 2: Linguistics-philosophy job at MIT

Date: Fri, 25 Sep 92 12:53:38 EDLinguistics-philosophy job at MIT
From: <waoneilAthena.MIT.EDU>
Subject: Linguistics-philosophy job at MIT

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA. Joint
linguistics-philosophy position. Rank and salary open.
	Areas of specialization: natural language semantics,
philosophy of language.
	Candidates should have a strong background in both philosophy and
linguistics, and be capable of graduate supervision in both fields.
	Applicants should send complete dossier including three
letters of reference and sample of work by December 1, 1992
to Wayne O'Neil, Department of Linguistics and Philosophy,
Room 20D-213, MIT, Cambridge MA 02139 (telephone 617-253-4141).

	*MIT is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer*
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Message 3: Semantics Position at Georgetown

Date: Fri, 25 Sep 1992 18:41 EDTSemantics Position at Georgetown
From: Cathy Ball <CBALLguvax.acc.georgetown.edu>
Subject: Semantics Position at Georgetown

The Department of Linguistics at Georgetown University invites
applications for a tenure-track position in linguistics, at the
assistant professor level, beginning Fall 1993. Applicants should have
a PhD in Linguistics and a record of research in formal semantics.
A demonstrated ability to teach undergraduate and graduate linguistics
courses is required. Related research interests in syntax, pragmatics,
historical or computational linguistics are desirable; applicants with
breadth and versatility will be preferred. Send letter of application,
CV, representative publications, and names and addresses of three references
to: Search Committee, Department of Linguistics, Georgetown University,
Washington, DC 20057-1068. Deadline for full consideration of applications
is November 15, 1992. Georgetown is an AA/EO employer.
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