LINGUIST List 4.938

Fri 12 Nov 1993

Jobs: Brussels, Applied, ESL, Semantics

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  1. Kolinsky R., postdoc
  2. Brian Lynch, Melbourne Job again
  3. Glenn Ayres, Job in ESL/English composition/Linguistics
  4. , Re: 4.933 Do Support, One Verb Objects, Negatives

Message 1: postdoc

Date: Mon, 8 Nov 93 11:30:08 METpostdoc
From: Kolinsky R. <rkolinsulb.ac.be>
Subject: postdoc

Brussels, November 8
Laboratoire de Psychologie experimentale
Universite libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium

We can offer a postdoctoral job for one year (1994) in our
Lab. It concerns a project approved by the European Communities
('Human Capital and Mobility') on 'Language as a cognitive capacity;
perception and acquisition'. Our partners in this project are
Jacques Mehler, John Morton, Pim Levelt, Nuria Sebastian, and
Luigi Rizzi. Psycholinguists as well as experimental phoneticians
can be considered. Candidates **must** be citizens of one of the
EC countries. If you are interested, please contact Jose Morais
(director of the Lab; jmoraisulb.ac.be) or Regine Kolinsky
(rkolinsulb.ac.be).
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Message 2: Melbourne Job again

Date: Sun, 7 Nov 1993 18:18:00 -Melbourne Job again
From: Brian Lynch <brian_lynchmuwayf.unimelb.edu.au>
Subject: Melbourne Job again


I am reposting the job advertisement for the position at the
University of Melbourne in Applied Linguistics, with the "Reference
Number" that should be used when sending the application materials to
the Personnel Services department. (The reference number = G176200).
 Note that "continuing" refers to "tenure-track" status, not
temporary or visiting.

Department of Applied Linguistics & Language Studies

Lecturer in Applied Linguistics
(Continuing)

Applications are invited for the position of Lecturer (Level B) in
Applied Linguistics, to work in a well-established graduate program
and undergraduate program in the Department of Applied Linguistics &
Language Studies. Applicants should have research interests that make
use of discourse analytic, ethnographic, and/or conversation analytic
methods in language education or other institutional settings. The
appointee would be expected to teach courses at the undergraduate and
graduate level in some of the following areas: discourse analysis,
second language acquisition, literacy, sociolinguisitcs, and
bilingualism. The successful applicant will be expected to supervise
at the Graduate Diploma, MA, and Ph.D. level. The position is
available from mid-July 1994.

Applicants should have a Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics or a related
field and an excellent research record. Experience in teaching at the
tertiary level is essential.

Salary: Within the range $41, 000 - $48, 688 p.a.

Further information: Dr. Tim McNamara, Associate Professor;
or Dr. Brian Lynch, Lecturer, (within Australia: (03) 344 5488;
outside: (#61 3) 344 5488; Fax: (#61 3) 344-5488; EMAIL:
Tim_McNamaramuwayf.unimelb.edu.au;
or Brian_Lynchmuwayf.unimelb.edu.au)

Applications close: 1 February 1994

Reference number: G176200

Applications--letter quoting three referees (including Fax numbers)
and c.v.--should be sent, in duplicate, to the Director, Personnel
Services, The University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, 3052.

The University of Melbourne is an equal opportunity employer and has
a smoke free workplace policy.
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Message 3: Job in ESL/English composition/Linguistics

Date: Mon, 8 Nov 1993 11:28:39 GJob in ESL/English composition/Linguistics
From: Glenn Ayres <gayresinter.ui.clu.edu>
Subject: Job in ESL/English composition/Linguistics

Job announcement: Tenure track assistant professorship, beginning
August 1994. Fifteen-hour teaching load per semester, primarily in
English as a Second Language and English composition, with ability
to teach in one or more of the following areas: reading, TESL at the
undergraduate and graduate levels, linguistics, or possibly general
literature courses. Ph.D. required in English, Linguistics, Applied
Linguistics, Rhetoric, or related area. Ability to speak Spanish
highly desirable. Send letter, curriculum vitae, transcript showing
highest degree, and three letters of recommendation or placement file
to Dr. Olena Saciuk, Associate Director, Department of Languages and
Literatures, Inter American University, Call Box 5100, San German,
Puerto Rico 00683 U.S.A. Enclose postcard for acknowledgement.
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Message 4: Re: 4.933 Do Support, One Verb Objects, Negatives

Date: Tue, 09 Nov 1993 19:49:32 Re: 4.933 Do Support, One Verb Objects, Negatives
From: <BALTINACFcluster.NYU.EDU>
Subject: Re: 4.933 Do Support, One Verb Objects, Negatives

 The Department of Linguistics at New York University has been
authorized to advertise a position (tenured or tenure-track) in the area of
natural language semantics. Candidates must be conversant with modern syntac-
tic theory, and be capable of teaching an introductory syntax course as well
as courses in their area of specialization. Preference will be given to
candidates whose work deals primarily with the interface between syntax
and semantics. The candidate would also be involved in working with a
developing group of linguists, philosophers, and psychologists who would like
to ultimately form an interdisciplinary group in cognitive science.
 Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, three references, and
copies of recent work, by Jan. 30, 1994, to:
 Professor Mark R. Baltin
 Chair
 Department of Linguistics
 New York University
 719 Broadway, Rm. #505
 New York, New York 10003
 I can also be reached, if there are any questions, at "baltin
acfcluster.nyu.edu".
 This position is still subject to final authorization by the
administration.
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