LINGUIST List 3.912

Wed 18 Nov 1992

Jobs: Phonology; Hebrew

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  1. Larry Horn, Job posting
  2. John Bro, Job: Hebrew Linguistics

Message 1: Job posting

Date: Wed, 18 Nov 92 15:51:43 ESJob posting
From: Larry Horn <LHORNYALEVM.bitnet>
Subject: Job posting

The Yale University Department of Linguistics invites applications for an
anticipated position as assistant professor in the area of phonological
theory. The candidate selected will be appointed to a three-year term
beginning in the academic year 1993-94. Candidates should possess a Ph.D.
degree in linguistics and should be prepared to teach introductory courses in
linguistics as well as graduate and undergraduate courses in phonology.
Preference will be given to applicants with demonstrable teaching skills and
with a strong research background in non-Indo-European languages and/or in the
interaction of phonology with other areas (morphology, syntax, computational
linguistics, etc.). Please forward letters of application, vitas,
representative publications, and three or more letters of recommendation by
February 14, 1993 to:
 Phonology Search Committee
 Department of Linguistics
 Yale University
 P.O. Box 1504A Yale Station
 New Haven, CT 06520
Further details on the position can be obtained through the department chair
(me) at the above address or at the e-mail address below. I will be
interviewing candidates for this position at the LSA, probably along with
Louis Goldstein (Adjunct Associate Professor of Linguistics and Psychology).
Please let me know if you will be attending the conference. Recommendation
letters can be sent to either the snail mail or e-mail address; at least one
letter should discuss the applicant's teaching experience.
Yale University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women
and minority group members are especially encouraged to apply.

 Larry Horn,
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Message 2: Job: Hebrew Linguistics

Date: Wed, 18 Nov 92 17:43:15 ESJob: Hebrew Linguistics
From: John Bro <>
Subject: Job: Hebrew Linguistics

 announces a job opening for 1993 in:

 Assistant Professor (tenure track)

 Minimum requirements:
 1. PhD (Linguistics) - in hand at time of application, or
 concrete evidence that it will be at time of appointment.
 2. Native or near native fluency in modern Hebrew
 3. Interest in teaching Hebrew at all levels essential,
 and experience desirable.

 Effective: August of 1993.
 Salary: $30-35K
 Deadline (postmarked): JANUARY 15, 1993.

 Address inquiries to:
 Chair, Hebrew Search
 Dept. of African & Asian Languages & Literatures
 470 Grinter Hall University of Florida
 Gainesville, FL 32611-2037
 tel (904) 392-4829 fax (904) 392-1443

 The Dept. of African and Asian Languages and Literatures has been
 authorized to undertake a search at the Assistant Professor level
 (tenure track) for an individual whose Ph.D. is in Linguistics with
 a concentration on Hebrew language. The position will become
 effective in August 1993. The salary range is $30,000 minimum to
 $35,000 maximum. The exact figure wil be negotiated on the basis
 of the selected candidate's qualifications and the university's
 budgetary constraints at the time.

 The selected individual will be a budgeted member of our department
 but will be expected to participate in an affiliate capacity in the
 instructional, research and extra-curricular activities of the
 Program in Linguistics (PIL) and the Center for Jewish Studies (CJS)
 Both programs are well developed at UF with good library collections.
 CJS is particularly noted for its Judaica (Price) collection.
 Program information will be sent to all prospective applicants upon

 The University of Florida is an equal opportunity and affirmative
 action employer. The Search Committee, on behalf of the Department,
 the College, and the University at large, would like to encourage
 and is eager to receive application from qualified women and
 minorities who meet the eligibility requirements.

 Applicants who complete their application files by December 1 or
 January 1 may be asked to appear for a preliminary interview at the
 BJS or LSA conferences respectively. A complete application file
 must include: 1) a cover letter by the applicant, 2) a curriculum
 vitae, 3) 3 to 5 letters of evaluation sent directly to the above
 address, and 4) a copy of the dissertation for recent Ph.D.'s, or
 copies of relevant publications for others.
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