LINGUIST List 4.618

Thu 19 Aug 1993

Jobs: Vietnamese, Korean, Semantics/Pragmatics/Discourse

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  1. Bauer, Professorships: Vietnamese, Korean
  2. Stanley Peters, Stanford: Semantics, Pragmatics or Discourse

Message 1: Professorships: Vietnamese, Korean

Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1993 14:38:12 Professorships: Vietnamese, Korean
From: Bauer <>
Subject: Professorships: Vietnamese, Korean

Deadline 15 October 1993

Applications to be submitted to

The President
Humboldt University Berlin
Unter den Linden 6
D-10099 Berlin

Reference Wi/17/93


Professorship of Vietnamese

specialization in either Language/Linguistics and
 Literature or History/Sociology

Professorship of Korean Studies

specialization in Korean philology and/or history.


salaries: C-3 level

foreign nationals are eligible for German public

single endowment (Ausstattung) upon acceptance of offer
covers books, computers, furniture, and student
assistants (40 hrs/month).

There are also positions of mid-ranking academics
(assoc./asst. profs.) associated with each chair.

Sabbatical: every five semesters one semester OR
every five years one year, fully paid leave.


advertised in the German weekly "Die Zeit",
Thursday 20 August 1993.

to be advertised in the Far Eastern Economic Review

Humboldt University is currently being restructured,
and will have Germany's largest Oriental/African
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Message 2: Stanford: Semantics, Pragmatics or Discourse

Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1993 09:10:27 Stanford: Semantics, Pragmatics or Discourse
From: Stanley Peters <petersProsit.Stanford.EDU>
Subject: Stanford: Semantics, Pragmatics or Discourse


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, 1994. Applicants should
have a research and teaching specialization in the area of semantics,
pragmatics, or discourse. Research of applicants should be
theoretically informed so as to interact with and complement research
by the current faculty in the department. 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:
Stanford University, Department of Linguistics, Semantics Search
Committee, Stanford, CA 94305-2150. Deadline for application is
December 15, 1993. (Candidates who applied for a related position
last year can reactivate their files by sending a letter and updating
their materials.)

Stanford University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action
Employer. Applications from minority and women candidates are
especially welcome.
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