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Fri 13 Nov 1992

Jobs: Thailand; French Linguistics

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  1. Kingkarn Thepkanjana, Thailand
  2. david birdsong, Job Announcement-French

Message 1: Thailand

Date: Fri, 13 Nov 1992 15:46:28 Thailand
From: Kingkarn Thepkanjana <kingkarnchulkn.chula.ac.th>
Subject: Thailand

 JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
The Department of Linguistics, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand,
annouces one open position for a full-time lecturer, with an appointment
beginning no later than June, 1993. Applicants must be Thai nationals, not
older than 35, have or show a significant progress towards obtaining a PhD in
linguistics and preferably have a number of publications. Applicants are
required to send 1)applications, 2)CVs, 3)transcripts, 4)dissertation
abstracts, and 5)selected (published) papers, to the Head of the Department
of Linguistics, Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University, Phayathai Road,
Bangkok 10330, Thailand. Please make sure that the following information is
included in the CV.
-Age and marital status
-Academic background
-Specialization(s) and research area(s)
-Language(s) that have been intensively worked on
-Work experience
-Annotated bibliography of research papers
-Names and addresses of two references

The deadline for applications is January 1993. Further details may be obtained
from Dr.Kingkarn Thepkanjana.
Email address: kingkarnchulkn.chula.ac.th
Fax:66-2-2154804
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Message 2: Job Announcement-French

Date: Fri, 13 Nov 92 10:49:12 -0Job Announcement-French
From: david birdsong <birdsongccwf.cc.utexas.edu>
Subject: Job Announcement-French

The Department of French and Italian at the University of Texas,
Austin announces one, possibly two, Assistant Professor positions
in French, tenure track, one of the two positions contingent
upon authorization. We seek:

(1) A generalist in French linguistics, preferably with a
specialization in semantics and the lexicon. Applicants should
be prepared to teach at all levels, e.g., graduate core courses
(structure, history of the language, an occasional specialized
topic), undergraduate courses at the upper-division level (an
introduction to French linguistics, phonetics, composition, or
translation), and lower-division language courses.

(2) A specialist in Foreigh Language Pedagogy and Methodology.
Must have a solid grounding in language teaching methods. Should
expect to teach courses at all levels of French language, upper-
division applied linguistics and phonetics courses, and
supervise a multi-section intermediate-level course.

Applicants should have a record of teaching excellence and
scholarly potential. Native or near-native proficiency in
both French and English required. PhD degree required
prior to employment, no exceptions. Minority candidates are
encouraged to apply. Applications will be acknowledged if
they conform to the job descriptions. Interviews will be
conducted at the January 1993 LSA Meeting in Los Angeles and
at the December 1992 MLA Convention in New York.

Send application with complete dossier before December 7
to: Jean-Pierre Cauvin, Chair, Department of French &
Italian, University of Texas, Austin, TX 78712-1197.
(EE/AAE)

The Department's program in French Linguistics is one of
the strongest in the nation. Together with Romance Linguistics,
it has a graduate enrollment of about 20-25 degree candidates
at any given time, with an average of five new students each
year. Graduate students take additional coursework in the
Department of Linguistics.

Prof. Cauvin's e-mail address: fhjpgutxdp.bitnet
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