LINGUIST List 4.998

Sun 28 Nov 1993

Jobs: English language, English/Linguistics/Applied Linguistics

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  1. E S Atwell, Lectureship in English Language at Leeds
  2. , English/Linguistics/Applied Linguistics

Message 1: Lectureship in English Language at Leeds

Date: Tue, 23 Nov 93 12:49:34 GMLectureship in English Language at Leeds
From: E S Atwell <>
Subject: Lectureship in English Language at Leeds

Please forward the following job advert to anyone likely to be interested
(in particular, please pass on hardcopy to your local English Dept for
non-email-readers!). NOTE that detailed enquiries about the School of English
should be made to Tony Cowie or Jonathan Hope (;
but as the Personnel Office is just upstairs from my office, overseas readers
can email me their NAME AND FULL POSTAL ADDRESS and I will pass this upstairs
so they can send you Further Particulars by SwiftAir.

 Eric Steven Atwell
 National Coordinator, Higher Education Funding Councils' KBS Initiative
 Director, Centre for Computer Analysis of Language And Speech (CCALAS)
 Artificial Intelligence Division, School of Computer Studies
 phone: +44 532 335761 Leeds University
 FAX: +44 532 335468 Leeds LS2 9JT
 Email: England




Applications are invited for the above post available from 1 February 1994
for a fixed period of three years. Applicants should have a higher degree in
English Language or Linguistics, and teaching and research interests in one or
more of the following: Discourse Analysis, Language Acquistion, the Phonology
of English, International Englishes.

Informal enquiries may be made to Mr A P Cowie, tel: 0532 334740.

Previous applicants do not need to re-apply.

Salary will be on the scale for Lecturer Grade A (#13,601 - #18,855)
according to qualifications and relevant experience.

Application forms and further particulars may be obtained from the Personnel
Office (Academic Section), The University, Leeds LS2 9JT, England, tel 0532
335771 quoting reference number 3/58.

Closing date for applications: 10 December 1993.

The University of Leeds promotes an equal opportunities policy.


Leeds University has over 17,500 students and 2,000 academic and research
staff, making it one of the largest in Britain. Leeds is half-way between
London and Edinburgh, linked by rail, motorway and air to the rest of the UK
and Europe. It is the 20th largest city in the European Community, with the
excellent arts, sport and other social facilites expected of a growing,
multi-cultural metropolis; but it is also close to four National Parks. More
background information on the School of English, the University, and Leeds and
its environs can be found in the Further Particulars from the Personnel
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Message 2: English/Linguistics/Applied Linguistics

Date: Sun, 28 Nov 93 13:06:57 ISEnglish/Linguistics/Applied Linguistics
Subject: English/Linguistics/Applied Linguistics


Lectureship in English/Linguistics/Applied Linguistics

Tenure track position, beginning October 1994, 8 - hour teaching
load per week, primarily in Semantics, or Sociolinguistics, with
ability to teach in one or more of the following, in addition to
courses in your field: Applied Linguistics, Multilingualism,
History of English.
Applicants should have a Ph.D. in English, Linguistics, or Applied
Linguistics and a research record. Experience in teaching at the
university level is desirable. Rank: depending on applicant's
Applicants should submit a CV, 3 letters of recommendation and
copies of 3 recent publications, or diss. chapter to:
Dr. Sarah Gilead
Department of English Language and Literature
University of Haifa
Haifa 31905 ISRAEL FAX 972-4-240128 (Att. Dr. Sarah Gilead)
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