LINGUIST List 5.1075

Sun 02 Oct 1994

Jobs: French Linguistics Indiana U, ICU Tokyo, Boston U

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  1. "barbara s. vance", French Linguistics Position
  2. , revised job announcement
  3. Carol Neidle, anticipated job opening at Boston University

Message 1: French Linguistics Position

Date: Sat, 1 Oct 1994 17:32:19 -French Linguistics Position
From: "barbara s. vance" <bvancenickel.ucs.indiana.edu>
Subject: French Linguistics Position

The Department of French and Italian at Indiana University (642
Ballantine Hall, Bloomington, IN 47405) announces the following
faculty opening in its French Linguistics Program:

 Assistant Professor of French Linguistics.
 Tenure track position in MA/PhD program in French Linguistics,
 beginning August, 1995, pending authorization. Research interest in
 one of the following areas: phonology, semantics,
 dialectology/sociolinguistics. Must have PhD in French or Romance
 Linguistics with coursework in general linguistcs. Native/near-native
 competence in French. Will teach at the graduate and advanced
 undergraduate levels: advanced grammar, oral practice, courses in the
 structure of French and theoretical linguistics. AA/EO employer.
 Send letter and dossier to E.J. Mickel, Chairman, by November 15, 1994.
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Message 2: revised job announcement

Date: Sat, 1 Oct 1994 13:05:44 +revised job announcement
From: <mahericu.ac.jp>
Subject: revised job announcement

Second announcement

Vacancy for Assistant Professor of Linguistics

International Christian University,Tokyo, Japan

Teaching Position. Assistant Professor of Linguistics (tenure-track) in
the Department of International Communication and Linguistics at
International Christian University, Tokyo. Ph.D. essential. Desirable is a
general linguist committed to research and publication and who enjoys
teaching. Some interest in Asian-Pacific languages useful. Responsibility
for undergraduate linguistics courses.Must be a cooperative and flexible
individual. Recent Ph.D. graduates especially welcome. ICU is a small
bilingual university of high reputation in the suburbs of Tokyo with a
collegiate atmosphere and an international faculty. Salary commensurate
with qualifications. Starting date September, 1995. Deadline for
applications: November 15, 1994. Announcement by Vice-President for
Academic Affairs, Katsumi Masayuki.

Send detailed CV. Email: is-linguisticsicu.ac.jp. Or Fax: ICU-IS. Dr. J.
Maher, (0)422-33-3229 or write: Dr. John C. Maher. Division of
International Relations, International Christian University, Osawa 3-10-2,
Mitaka, Tokyo 181, Japan.
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Message 3: anticipated job opening at Boston University

Date: Sun, 2 Oct 94 10:35:28 -04anticipated job opening at Boston University
From: Carol Neidle <carollouis-xiv.bu.edu>
Subject: anticipated job opening at Boston University


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 BOSTON UNIVERSITY anticipates a tenure-track position for

an Assistant Professor of linguistics with a specialization in

language acquisition and linguistic theory, beginning September 1995.

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 Applicants should have a strong background in linguistic theory,
a broad range of interests, demonstrated teaching ability and commit-
ment to undergraduate and graduate teaching, and research interests
in theoretically-based study of language acquisition. Native or
near-native competence in French, German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese,
Russian, Japanese, or Hebrew would be an asset. Ph.D. required.
(possible position)

Send complete dossier (including letter of application, cv, 3 letters
of reference and sample publications), by December 1, 1994, to:

 Linguistics Search Committee, Attn: Prof. Carol Neidle
 Boston University, Department of Modern Foreign Languages
 718 Commonwealth Avenue
 Boston, MA 02215

For further information, phone 617-353-6218 or send e-mail to
carollouis-xiv.bu.edu.
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