LINGUIST List 3.742

Fri 02 Oct 1992

Jobs: Hungary, Japanese, Open Specialization

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  1. Gregory K. Iverson, Job in Hungary
  2. , Japanese Linguistics
  3. Ed Battistella, Linguistics: Specialization open

Message 1: Job in Hungary

Date: Wed, 30 Sep 92 20:01:14 CDJob in Hungary
From: Gregory K. Iverson <iversonconvex.csd.uwm.edu>
Subject: Job in Hungary

Edith Moravcsik has asked me to post the following job announcement to
LINGUIST (non-ASCII vowel diacritics on the Hungarian names are missing).
 --
Greg
iversonconvex.csd.uwm.edu

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Vacancy for Chairperson in an English Department in Hungary.

	The Department of English Language and Literature at the University of
Pecs, Hungary, is looking for an English philologist, literary critic, and/or
English linguist to head the program. The position involves transforming a
department which has traditionally had a primary interest in teacher training
into a full-fledged university-level English department. Knowledge of
Hungarian is welcome but not necessary. Salary will be paid in Hungarian
currency but matching in amount Western European and US standards. A two-to-
three-year initial commitment is requested.

	Pecs (about 250,000 inhabitants) is a historic town among the hills
of South Hungary, about 2.5 hours from Budapest by train.

	Interested candidates should send letter and CV to the following
address by the end of October or as shortly thereafter as possible:

		Ozseb Horanyi, Dean of Humanities
		Janus Pannonius University
		Ifjusag utja 6.
		H-7624 Pecs
		Hungary
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Message 2: Japanese Linguistics

Date: 02 Oct 1992 15:14:59 -0400Japanese Linguistics
From: <AUSTINACFcluster.NYU.EDU>
Subject: Japanese Linguistics


NEW YORK UNIVERSITY

The Foreign Language Education Program seeks to find qualified
candidate for an adjunct position in Japanese linguistics.

 Conditions: Non-tenured position, two graduate courses per
 semester on two of the following: structure of
 Japanese,phonetics and phonology, and discourse
 analysis.

 Salary based on experience and qualifications.
 Start date: Spring 93 1/19/93

 Minimum
 Requirements: MA in linguistics (with a major in Japanese)
 ability to work with diverse student
 populations (native & non-native speakers),
 ability to communicate subject matter
 effectively to future teachers


 To Apply:
 Send a letter indicating your qualifications,
 resume, official transcripts, and two
 letters of recommendation by NOV 1, 1992

 Contact Dr. Theresa Austin, Director
 Foreign Language Education Program
 Department of Teaching & Learning
 239 Greene Street, 635 EAST BLDG.
 New York, NY. 10012-1632

 Tel.: (212) 998-5469
 Internet/Bitnet: AUSTINACF.NYU.EDU


New York University is located in the heart of Manhattan in
Greenwich Village. The Foreign Language Education Program in
Department of Teaching & Learning prepares future teachers of
French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Russian, and
Spanish.
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Message 3: Linguistics: Specialization open

Date: Fri, 2 Oct 92 20:51:08 CDTLinguistics: Specialization open
From: Ed Battistella <battistecis.uab.edu>
Subject: Linguistics: Specialization open

Tenure-track assistant professor position in linguistics,
beginning fall 1993. PhD preferred. Specialization open.
Duties include teaching undergraduate and MA-level courses
in general linguistics. Screening begins Nov. 21, 1992 and
will remain open until a selection is made. Send a letter
of application, vita, and the names of three referencs to
Dr. John J. Haggerty, Chair, English Department, University
of Alabama at Birmingham, UAB Station, Birmingham, AL 35294.

UAB is an EO/AA employer. Women and minorities are encouraged
to apply.
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