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Message 1: Linguistic Anthropology

Date: Wed, 1 Sep 93 10:59:10 -05Linguistic Anthropology
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Subject: Linguistic Anthropology


Position Announcement: Linguistic Anthropology
The Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta, invites applications
for a tenure-track position at the junior assistant professor level, subject
to the availability of funding. We seek a linguistic anthropologist, with a
preference for a specialization in Native northern North American linguistics.
Areas of special interest might include language retention, language and
culture, and applied linguistics. A completed PhD is required. The individual
will be expected to teach core courses in linguistic anthropology, linguistic
field methods, language acquisition and retention, as well as courses in the
area of geographical specialization and in general anthropology.

Effective date of appointment - preferably 1 January 1994; 1 July 1994 is
negotiable.

Starting salary: $40,035 (1992/93 rate)

Closing date for receipt of applications - 15 October 1993.

Send curriculum vitae and names of at least references to: Dr. D. Lubell,
Chair, Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta,
T6G 2H4.

The University of Alberta is committed to the principle of equity in
employment. The University encourages applications from aboriginal persons,
disabled persons, members of visible minorities and women.

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, this advertisement is
directed to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
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Message 2: SLA Theory position (correct version)

Date: Wed, 01 Sep 93 20:01:14 EDSLA Theory position (correct version)
From: Stanley Dubinsky <DUBINSKUNIVSCVM.bitnet>
Subject: SLA Theory position (correct version)

Assistant/Associate Professor (tenure-track), Linguistics Program of
the University of South Carolina. Specializing in Second Language
Acquisition Theory and its applications (e.g. TEFL methodology).
Possible secondary areas include: phonology, syntax, morphology,
first language acquisition.
The appointment, held in the English Department, involves
teaching graduate courses for the Linguistics Program and
some undergraduate courses for the English Department.
The interdisciplinary Linguistics Program consists of 15 core faculty
from 8 departments and 15 consulting faculty. The program offers
the PHD and MA in Linguistics and a TEFL Certificate.
Half of the 50 graduate students currently specialize in SLA/TEFL.
Appointment to begin January 1994 or August 1994;
possible visiting appointment for Spring 1994 only.
Screening begins October 15, 1993.
Send only a cover letter, vita and names of three referees to:
Appointments Committee
Linguistics Program
University of South Carolina
Columbia SC 29208.
AA/EEO. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.
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