LINGUIST List 4.957

Wed 17 Nov 1993

Jobs: Spanish, Lang acquisition, Syntax

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  1. Robert D Hoberman, Job announcement: Spanish linguistics
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Message 1: Job announcement: Spanish linguistics

Date: Mon, 15 Nov 1993 13:36:43 Job announcement: Spanish linguistics
From: Robert D Hoberman <>
Subject: Job announcement: Spanish linguistics

 State University of New York at Stony Brook
 Stony Brook, NY 11794-3355

 Robert Hoberman
 Comparative Studies Dept.
 516-632-7462, -7460
 15-Nov-1993 01:26pm EDT


The Department of Hispanic Languages and Literature seeks an ASSISTANT
PROFESSOR OF SPANISH LINGUISTICS. This is a tenure-track position to begin
Fall 1994. Ph.D. required. Primary teaching and research responsibilities in
Hispanic linguistics, but some coordination of elementary Spanish courses
required. Successful candidate will teach all levels of graduate and
undergraduate linguistics and show evidence of good undergraduate teaching.
Native or near-native fluency and scholarly potential also required. Stony
Brook is an AA/EEO employer.

Send application and dossier by December 10, 1993 to: M. K. Read, Chair,
Hispanic Languages and Literature, SUNY, Stony Brook, NY 11794-3371.
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Message 2: Job announcement

Date: Tue, 16 Nov 1993 14:51:21 Job announcement
From: <>
Subject: Job announcement

Job announcement

The Research Institute for Language and Speech (OTS) of
Utrecht University has a position for a

 POST DOC researcher
 in Language acquisition

Starting 1 February 1994. In principle for two years;
possibility of a one-year extension, depending on
budgetary approval. The position has been created by OTS
in joint effort with the Max Planck Institute for
Pyscholinguistics in the wider context of the National
Graduate School of Linguistics (LOT). Financial support
for this position has been provided for a proposal
entiteld "Anaphora, quantification and acquisition". An
English summary of this project proposal can be obtained
from the OTS.

Qualifications: Applicants should have a PhD in
Linguistics or a related field; interest and working
experience in the area of research described in the
proposal; knowledge of recent developments in syntactic
theory, and experience in testing hypotheses originating
from this theoretical work. The successful candidate will
be expected to contribute to the PhD Programme of the
National Graduate School. Salary indication: within the
range of 33500 DFL - 63000 DFL, depending on experience.

Further information can be obtained from Eric Reuland,
Peter Coopmans, or Martin Everaert. by phone: (+31)-
(0)30-536006; by email:

Candidates should submit a letter of application,
curriculum vitae, representative publications, and the
names and addresses for at least two references to:

Search Committee Language Acquisition
Research Institute for Language and Speech (OTS)
Utrecht University
Trans 10 3512 JK UTRECHT

The deadline for receipt of application is December 10,
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Message 3: Job Announcement: Please Post

Date: Tue, 16 Nov 93 16:34:10 ESJob Announcement: Please Post
From: NAME <>
Subject: Job Announcement: Please Post

 The Department Linguistics, Indiana University, seeks to
appoint a tenure-track assistant professor in theoretical syntax,
starting August, 1994. Familiarity with more than one
theoretical framework, clear promise of distinction in theoretical
research, and excellence in teaching are required. A Ph.D. in
hand by June, 1994 is a must and some publications are
 Please send a letter of interest, a curriculum vitae, a concise
description of one's research program, three letters of
recommendation, and a maximum of two samples of written
work to:

Syntax Search Committee
Department of Linguistics
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405

 Applications received by January 21, 1994 are assured of
consideration. Note that interviews may be conducted at the
LSA meeting in Boston. Indiana University is an equal
opportunity/affirmative action employer.
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