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Fri 12 Nov 1993

Jobs: Graduate Student, Japanese, Theoretical

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Message 1: Job in Berlin

Date: Mon, 08 Nov 1993 16:24:35 Job in Berlin
From: <wilder_cfhi-berlin.mpg.de>
Subject: Job in Berlin

**-----------------POSTGRADUATE POSITION--------------------------

The Max-Planck-Arbeitsgruppe Strukturelle Grammatik in Berlin
has a position to offer to a graduate student, leading to completion
of a PhD-dissertation (2-3 years).

The topic of the dissertation should fall under the scope of the
group's activities, which is concerned with the interaction of
syntax, semantics and the lexicon within a minimalist approach
to linguistics.

Salary: BAT IIa (Ost), ca. DM 1800 p.m. depending on age etc.
Starting date: as soon as possible

Applications in German or English should be sent to:

Manfred Bierwisch
Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
ASG
Jaegerstrasse 10/11
D-10117 Berlin
Germany

A working knowledge of German would be an advantage, as most
of the group's activities are conducted in that language.

mail: wilder_cfhi-berlin.mpg.de
fax: +30 20 192 452

**--------------------DOKTORANDENSTELLE-----------------------------

In der Max-Planck-Arbeitsgruppe Strukturelle Grammatik

ist sofort 1 Doktorandenstelle zu besetzen.

Das Thema der anzufertigenden Dissertation soll der Thematik der
Arbeitsgruppe zuzuordnen sein, die sich mit der Interaktion von
Syntax, Semantik und Lexikon im Rahmen eines minimalistischen
Programms der Linguistik befasst.

Bewerbungen sind zu richten an:

Manfred Bierwisch
Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
ASG
Jaegerstrasse 10-11
D-10117 Berlin
Germany
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Message 2: Japanese

Date: 8 Nov 93 12:17:00 PST
From: <KOHTAbeach1.csulb.edu>
Subject: Japanese

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LONG BEACH
DEPARTMENT OF
ASIAN AND ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES
Tenure-Track Faculty Opening

California State University, Long Beach is a large,
comprehensive university, with a student body of 35,000 and 1,800
full and part-time faculty, offering 68 baccalaureate and 54 master's degrees
in the liberal arts, applied and professional fields.

POSITION: Assistant/Associate Professor (Japanese).

EFFECTIVE DATE: August 22, 1994

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: ABD at the time of appointment for
assistant professorship; doctorate and appropriate evidence of teaching and
scholarly and creative activity for associate professorship. Ph.D. /Ed.D.
will be required for tenure. Candidates must have language competency,
conceptual knowledge of the language, basic understanding of the principles
of linguistics and language acquisition, and substantial knowledge and
appreciation of the target language culture. Ability to communicate ef
fectively with an ethnically and culturally diverse community.

DESIRED/PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D./Ed.D. preferred at the time of
appointment for assistant professorship. Expertise in the fields of foreign
language education, applied linguistics, and/or Japanese literature.
Candidates with training and experience in language teaching and methodology
will be given preference.

DUTIES: The appointee normally will be responsible for three classes per
semester. He/she is responsible to teach all levels of Japanese courses and
to develop new curriculum in accordance with his/her specialization and
expertise. He/she may also teach courses in Asian Studies and/or Asian
American Studies.

The person chosen will also be expected to contribute to the Department (1)
through regular research and publication and (2) by participation in
department and university related activities.

SALARY RANGE: Commensurate with academic rank and subject to collective
bargaining negotiations. $31,764 - $55,488 annually.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION: Letter of application; Resume; Three letters of
recommendation; Transcript from institution awarding highest degree.

(Employment is contingent upon proof of the legal right to work in the United
States. This proof must be provided prior to employment at the University.
An appointment is not final until proof is provided.)

POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED (or recruitment canceled). Review of
applications to begin January 1, 1994. Applications, required documentation,
and/or requests for information should be addressed to:

Dr. Arnold P. Kaminsky, Chair
Department of Asian and Asian American Studies
California State University, Long Beach
1250 Bellflower Boulevard
Long Beach, CA 90840

California State University, Long Beach, in compliance with the Civil Rights
Act of 1964 (Title VI and Title VII), Title IX of the Education Amendments of
1972, the Rehabilitation Act of 1975, and the Americans with Disabilities
Act of 1990, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national
origin, ethnicity, religion, sex, handicap, or age in any of its policies,
procedures, or practices; nor does CSULB discriminate on the basis of
marital status or sexual orientation. This discrimination policy
covers all CSULB programs and activities, including employment.

In addition to meeting fully its obligations under federal and state
law, CSULB is committed to creating a community in which a diverse population
can live, and work, in an atmosphere of tolerance, civility, and respect
for the rights and sensibilities of each individual, without regard to
economic status, ethnic background, political views, sexual orientation,
or other personal characteristics or beliefs.

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LONG BEACH IS AN EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/TITLE IX EMPLOYER
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Message 3: Job Notice (Linguistic Theory)

Date: Tue, 09 Nov 93 12:00:24 ESJob Notice (Linguistic Theory)
From: Larry Horn <LHORNYALEVM.YCC.YALE.EDU>
Subject: Job Notice (Linguistic Theory)

The Yale University Department of Linguistics invites applications for a
senior professor and department chair. Applicants should have solid teaching
experience at all levels and substantial publications in one or more areas of
theoretical linguistics, including connections with other fields. Prior
administrative experience is helpful. Applicants are requested to forward a
detailed vita, including a complete bibliography, before January 31, 1994 to:

 Search Committee
 Department of Linguistics
 Yale University
 Box 208236
 New Haven, CT 06520-8326

Yale University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women
and minority candidates are especially encouraged to apply.

(Please send application materials to the above address only; do not apply to
my e-mail address. I will be available at the LSA to meet with interested
individuals.)
 Larry Horn
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