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Thu 17 Dec 1992

Jobs: Academia Sinica, Taiwan

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Date: Tue, 15 Dec 1992 09:43 PDTJob Annoucement
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Subject: Job Annoucement

For the Listserv

INSTITUTE OF HISTORY & PHILOLOGY, ACADEMIA SINICA

 The Linguistics Section of the Institute of History & Philology,
Academia Sinica invites applications from citizens of the Republic of China
or on one-year entry-level research position with the possibility toward
tenure track post after the term. The area of specialization is open, but
preference will be given to those in acoustic phonetics, Austro-Asiatic,
Kam-Thai, language acquisition, or the biological, psychological, or neural
aspects of phonetics/phonology. Applicants already holding a PhD will be
considered for the position of Assistant Research Fellow(equivalent to an
Assistant Professor); applicants holding an M.A. only will be considered for
the position of Research Assistant. These are purely research positions and
not teaching is required. The beginning salaries for these positions are
kNT56,270(about $2,250) and NT40,010(about $1,600) per month respectively,
plus (substantial) bonuses.

 Applicants should send a vitae, transcripts from graduate school, an
abstract of the MA thesis or dissertation(including the title, chapter by
chapter summary, methodology, materials, and main conclusions), and three
letters of recommendation to

 Professor Ho Dah-an, Head
 Linguistics Division
 Institute of History and Philology
 Taipei 115 Taiwan ROC
 e-mail: hsphiltwnas886.bitnet

 The deadline for receipt of these materials is March 31, 1993. Those
applying will be notified of our decision around the beginning of April.
Those notified of preliminary acceptance would then be expected to send the
complete text of the thesis or dissertation by the end of April for
evaluation.

 For more information, applicants should write to the address above or
send e-mail messages.
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