LINGUIST List 3.848

Thu 29 Oct 1992

Jobs: Stanford, UT Arlington, Queensland

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  1. Tom Wasow, Stanford
  2. Susan Herring, jobs: phonology and sociolinguistics/ESOL
  3. , Linguistics Position at the University of Queensland

Message 1: Stanford

Date: Thu, 29 Oct 92 12:06:28 PSStanford
From: Tom Wasow <wasowRussell.Stanford.EDU>
Subject: Stanford

The Department of Linguistics at Stanford University solicits applications for
a tenure-track appointment in Linguistics at the rank of Assistant Professor
beginning September 1, 1993. Applicants should have a research and teaching
specialization in some area that both interacts with and complements the
research interests of the present faculty. Research of applicants should be
theoretically informed and should strengthen work currently done in the
department in one or more of the following areas: Language in society; language
variation and change; semantics; pragmatics; discourse. Applicants with
breadth and demonstrated versatility will be preferred, as will applicants with
demonstrated excellence in teaching, especially at the undergraduate level. A
strong research interest in some language or language family is desirable.

To apply, please send vita, representative publications, three letters of
recommendation, and a statement of research interests to: Search Committee,
Stanford University, Department of Linguistics, Stanford, CA 94305-2150.
Deadline for application is February 1, 1993. Stanford University is an Equal
Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. Applications from minority and women
candidates are especially welcome.
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Message 2: jobs: phonology and sociolinguistics/ESOL

Date: Thu, 29 Oct 92 19:34:29 CSjobs: phonology and sociolinguistics/ESOL
From: Susan Herring <susanutafll.uta.edu>
Subject: jobs: phonology and sociolinguistics/ESOL


The University of Texas at Arlington, Program in Linguistics, announces two
openings for August 1993.

1. Tenure-track position, Assistant Professor of Phonology and Phonetics.
PhD, publications and grant experience required. Candidates should have a
record of linguistic fieldwork and have a non-IE language area specialty.
Responsibility for teaching and research in traditional and contemporary
phonological theory. The University of Texas at Arlington is connected with
the Summer Institute of Linguistics, Dallas, TX with a graduate linguistics
program at the MA and PhD levels, special emphasis on field linguistics.

2. Tenure-track position, Assistant Professor of ESOL and Sociolinguistics.
PhD, publications and grant experience required. Responsibility for teaching
and research in the areas of ESOL and Sociolinguistics. The University of
Texas at Arlington is connected with the Summer Institute of Linguistics,
Dallas, TX with a graduate linguistics program at the MA and PhD levels,
special emphasis on field linguistics.

Deadline for CVUs and names and addresses of persons to provide supporting
letters, Dec. 14, 1992 to Jerold A. Edmondson, Director, Program in
Linguistics, Box 19559 UTA, Arlington, TX 76019, jerryling.uta.edu.

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Message 3: Linguistics Position at the University of Queensland

Date: Fri, 30 Oct 92 12:11:39 +1Linguistics Position at the University of Queensland
From: <saddypsych.psy.uq.oz.au>
Subject: Linguistics Position at the University of Queensland



 University of Queensland, Australia

 Tenurable Lectureship B in Linguistics

 Department of English

(1) Qualifications and duties: The Appointee will be expected to teach,
 research and undertake supervision in the Linguistics section of the
 English Department. Applicants should possess a PhD degree and
 preferably have a number of publications. Preference is for a
 candidate who combines expertise in one or more areas of linguistic
 theory (morphology, syntax, semantics, phonology) with a demonstrated
 interest in or commitment to develop a program of empirical research in
 one or more languages of the region. An interest in and ability to
 teach in some area of applied linguistics would also be an advantage.
 Further details are available from Dr David Lee, Department of English,
 University of Queensland, St Lucia, Australia 4072, email
 daleelingua.cltr.uq.oz.au, phone (07)365-2514 fax 365-2799.

(2) Salary: An appointment will be made at a suitable point on the Lecturer
 B salary scale, currently Aus$41,000-48,688.

(3) Date of taking up duty: It is hoped that the successful applicant will
 be able to take up duty early in 1993.

(4) Period of Appointment: Tenurable

(5) Method of Application: The University requires nine (9) copies (an
 original plus eight (8)) of an application and and resume.

(6) Closing Date for Applications: Applications quoting Reference No 46092
 must be forwarded to: The Director, Personnel Services, The University
 of Queensland, Queensland, 4072, Australia and should reach him no
 later than 30 November, 1992.
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