LINGUIST List 3.981

Sat 12 Dec 1992

Jobs: Calgary. McGill, Washington State, Kansas

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  1. Vi Lake, Calgary: Syntactic Theory and Morphology/Semantics/Amerind
  2. EG13000, McGill: Syntax and 1st Language Acquisition
  3. Lynn, Washington State: TESOL/Linguistics
  4. Frances Ingemann, Hausa position extended deadline

Message 1: Calgary: Syntactic Theory and Morphology/Semantics/Amerind

Date: Thu, 10 Dec 92 12:41:52 MDCalgary: Syntactic Theory and Morphology/Semantics/Amerind
From: Vi Lake <>
Subject: Calgary: Syntactic Theory and Morphology/Semantics/Amerind

The Department of Linguistics at the University of Calgary invites
applications for a tenure-track position in syntactic theory and in one or
more of the following areas: morphology, semantics, Amerindian. The position
is at the Assistant Professor level effective July 1, 1993.

Qualifications: Ph.D., research publications in syntax and in the other areas
of expertise. A commitment to excellent undergraduate and graduate teaching is
required. In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, priority will
be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada. The
University of Calgary has an Employment Equity Program and encourages
applications from all qualified candidates, including women, aboriginal
people, visible minorities and people with disabilities. The University has a
Dual Career Assistance Program for spouses.

Letters of application, curriculum vitae, copies of representative
publications, and three letters of recommendation must be received by February
15, 1993, addressed to:

V. P. De Guzman Head, Department of Linguistics The University of Calgary 2500
University Dr. N.W. Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4 Canada
Vi Lake
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Message 2: McGill: Syntax and 1st Language Acquisition

Date: Fri, 11 Dec 92 17:36:22 ESMcGill: Syntax and 1st Language Acquisition
From: EG13000 <>
Subject: McGill: Syntax and 1st Language Acquisition


Assistant Professor, tenure-track, effective September 1, 1993,
subject to budgetary approval. Qualifications: Ph.D in
Linguistics with primary specialization in syntax, secondary
specialization in the study of 1st language acquisition within
the framework of current linguistic theory, in particular
principles and parameters. A research interest in on-line
parsing also desirable. The candidate will be expected to
teach undergraduate and graduate courses in these areas as well
as a general introductory course and a course in historical
linguistics, the structure of a specific language, or language
typology. Demonstrated excellence in teaching and research in the
field of specialization required. Research guidance and
departmental responsibilities. Salary: McGill scale.
Deadline for applications: Februry 28, 1993.
In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, this
advertisement is directed to Canadian citizens and permanent
residents in the first instance.
Send applications and supporting documents to: Chair, Search
Committee, Department of Linguistics, McGill Universityl,
1001 Sherbrooke St. West, Montreal, Que. H3A 1G5
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Message 3: Washington State: TESOL/Linguistics

Date: Fri, 11 Dec 92 16:42:48 PSWashington State: TESOL/Linguistics
From: Lynn <GORDONLWSUVM1.bitnet>
Subject: Washington State: TESOL/Linguistics

TESOL/Linguistics position: Anticipated tenure-track opening in a funded
position beginning fall 1993 at Washington State University for a broadly
trained linguist, theoretical or applied, to teach graduate and undergraduate
courses in TESOL and linguistics and to participate in/administer MA-TESOL
program. Required: Ph.D. in linguistics or TESOL, publications, demonstrated
commitment to research and TESOL, relevant teaching experience. Administrative
experience preferred. Rank open, Assistant to Associate Professor; salary
Send letter of application, c.v., dossier (or three letters of recommendation)
and either a writing sample or offprint to Prof. Alexander Hammond, TESOL
Search Committee, Department of English, Washington State University,
Pullman, WA 99164-5020. Applicants must specify rank (Assistant or Associate
Professor) at which they wish to be considered. Search open until filled
(vacancy to be confirmed 1 January 1993); all materials/information listed
must be received for application to be considered (screening begins 29 January
1993). WSU is an EO/AA educator and employer. Protected group members are
encouraged to apply.
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Message 4: Hausa position extended deadline

Date: Mon, 30 Nov 92 10:23:59 CSHausa position extended deadline
From: Frances Ingemann <FINGUKANVM.bitnet>
Subject: Hausa position extended deadline

The deadline for the following position in Hausa has been extended to
February 5, 1993.

Assistant Professor of African Languages. Tenure-track. PhD in Linguistics,
Literature or Language Pedagogy. Specialization and demonstrated commit-
ment to research in Hausa. Native or near-native proficiency in Hausa and
fluency in English. Preferred qualifications: Hausa teaching experience
in the U.S. Training or experience in curriculum development, second
language pedagogy and testing, computer-aided instruction, and super-
vision. Additional competence in another African language. Responsibil-
ities include teaching Hausa at all levels. Salary range $30,000 to
$35,00. Send letter of application, vita, name, address and telephone
number of up to 5 referees to
 Arthur Drayton, Chair
 African and African-American Studies
 104 Lippincott Hall
 University of Kansas
 Lawrence, KS 66045-2107
 Telephone: 913 864-3054

Deadline for receipt of application: February 5, 1993. An EO/AA
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