LINGUIST List 5.1019

Wed 21 Sep 1994

Jobs: General ling, Psycholing, Semantics, Syntax

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  1. Bjoern Beskow, Job: Lecturer
  2. "Linguistics, UConn", Position Announcement
  3. Bernard Comrie, Post-Doctoral Fellow in Formal Syntax

Message 1: Job: Lecturer

Date: Wed, 21 Sep 94 15:11:55 +0Job: Lecturer
From: Bjoern Beskow <beskowling.gu.se>
Subject: Job: Lecturer

The Department of Linguistics at University of Gothenburg, Sweden
seeks applications for one position as Lecturer in General
Linguistics. Eligibility and promotion regulations applying to the position
of teacher can be found in chaper 4 of the Higher Education Ordinance.
Pedagogical and research abilities will be considered equally important. A
PhD in Linguistics or a related field is required.

Applicants are requested to submit an attested Curriculum Vitae, a brief
description of their pedagogical and scholarly activities, and
not more than 10 examples of their sholarly work, in duplicate. The
scientific works should be divided into two packages.

Applicants are encouraged to obtain and submit references
regarding their pedagogical suitability.

Application should be made to the vice chancellor of the University, and
should have arrived at the University's registrator, Vasaparken, S-411 24
Gothenburg, Sweden by 6 October, 1994 at the latest. The application should
include the reference number: E324 2725/94.

For more information contact the department chairperson - Sven
Stroemqvist, svenling.gu.se. Tel. +46 31 773 4532.
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Message 2: Position Announcement

Date: Wed, 21 Sep 94 11:27:11 EDPosition Announcement
From: "Linguistics, UConn" <LINQADMUConnVM.UConn.Edu>
Subject: Position Announcement


 Position Announcement

 The Department of Linguistics at the University of
Connecticut anticipates two positions. Position 1 is a
temporary position for the spring semester of 1995 (January
1 - June 30). Appointment for this position is anticipated
at the Assistant Professor level. Position 2 is a tenure
track position beginning in the fall semester of 1995.
Appointment is anticipated preferably at the
Assistant/Associate Professor level, but outstanding
candidates at a higher level will be considered. Salary is
negotiable. For both positions, we are interested in
candidates in three main areas of linguistics:
psycholinguistics (including language acquisition and/or
sentence processing); semantics; or morphology/phonology.
Applicants whose research interests interact well with those
of the current faculty are especially sought. Applicants
should be prepared to teach in the area of their
specialization at the graduate level, as well as more
general linguistics courses at the undergraduate level. An
applicant's ability to teach in more than one area will
weigh in our decision.

Applicants should send a complete dossier (letter of
application, curriculum vitae, samples of work in progress
or published) and at least three letters of recommendation
to:

 Professor Diane Lillo-Martin, Chair
 Linguistics Search Committee
 Department of Linguistics, U-145
 University of Connecticut
 341 Mansfield Rd
 Storrs, CT 06269-1145

 email: (203) 486-4229 Phone
 LINQADMUCONNVM.BITNET (203) 486-0197 Fax
 LINQADMUCONNVM.UCONN.EDU (203) 486-0157 TDD

Please indicate clearly which position(s) you are applying
for. Applications received by October 15, 1994, for the
temporary position, and January 1, 1995, for the tenure-
track position, will be given preference in the screening
process. Applications will be accepted until the position
is filled.

The Department of Linguistics has primary research interests
in theoretical syntax and experimental psycholinguistics.
Our current faculty and their research interests include
Howard Lasnik (syntactic theory, logical form, learnabil-
ity); Diane Lillo-Martin (acquisition of syntax, structure
of American Sign Language); Ignatius Mattingly (speech
perception, synthesis of speech by rule, reading processes);
David Michaels (phonological theory); Mamoru Saito
(syntactic theory, comparative syntax, structure of Japan-
ese); Arthur Abramson (emeritus; experimental phonetics,
Southeast Asian languages); and Mona Anderson (adjunct; syn-
tactic theory). We have a very active graduate (Ph.D.)
program, and we teach several undergraduate courses.

 The University of Connecticut is an Equal Opportunity/
 Affirmative Action Employer.
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Message 3: Post-Doctoral Fellow in Formal Syntax

Date: Wed, 21 Sep 1994 08:54:21 Post-Doctoral Fellow in Formal Syntax
From: Bernard Comrie <comriemizar.usc.edu>
Subject: Post-Doctoral Fellow in Formal Syntax

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: Dept of Linguistics

Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow in Linguistics (Formal Syntax)

Applications are invited for a Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow in the
Department of Linguistics, in the area of Formal Syntax. This is
a non-tenure-track one-year appointment for the academic year
1995-96. Teaching duties include one course in each of two
semesters. The PhD must be in hand at the time of appointment
and must not have been awarded prior to September 1988. The
salary is approximately $30,000 with full faculty fringe
benefits. The deadline for applications is December 1, 1994.
Send applications (cv, statement of research interests, graduate
transcript, and 3 letters of reference) to Chair, Department of
Linguistics, 301 Grace Ford Salvatori Hall, University of
Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089-1693. USC is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

E-mail inquiries should be addressed to comriebcf.usc.edu
<Bernard Comrie>.
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