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Wed 02 Mar 1994

Jobs: French ling; Japanese

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  1. ALICE DAVISON, French linguistics
  2. Greg Iverson, Japanese Lecturer Position

Message 1: French linguistics

Date: 26 Feb 1994 9:46 AM CST
From: ALICE DAVISON <BLAALDWY%UIAMVS.bitnetvm42.cso.uiuc.edu>
Subject: French linguistics

 FRENCH LINGUISTICS- University of Nantes

Three positions are announced in the Departement de Lettres
Modernes, University of Nantes (France), beginning September, 1994.
Two are senior positions, the third a junior position.

a) Senior position in French linguistics, no 09PR0087.
Qualifications include the ability to teach the history of the
French language, the classical language (16-17th centuries), and
stylistics.

b) Senior position in general linguistics and French linguistics,

c) Junior position (Maitre de conferences) in general and French
linguistics.

For the last two positions, applicants should have competence in
some combination of syntax, morphology and phonology, especially
as they relate to French.

Send inquiries or applications to:

Benoit de Cornulier, 1 place du Marechal Louis Seize, 44000 Nantes,
France; telephone 40 37 07 61 or 40 72 32 35.

Bernard Bolo, Directeur de la Section de Linguistique, Department
de Lettres Modernes, Faculte des Letrres, 44036 Nantes (France)
Tel. 40 14 10 10, Fax 40 14 10 05. (Home telephone 40 50 33 90).
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Message 2: Japanese Lecturer Position

Date: Tue, 1 Mar 1994 16:02:05 -Japanese Lecturer Position
From: Greg Iverson <iversonalpha1.csd.uwm.edu>
Subject: Japanese Lecturer Position


 The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Department of Linguistics,
 invites applications for an appointment as a full-time Lecturer of
 Japanese to begin in the Fall of 1994. The successful applicant
 will receive a one-year contract as a memeber of the Academic Staff
 with the title of Lecturer. This appointment is a probationary
 academic staff appointment; as such it is renewable annually and
 may lead to permanent status. Applicants should have at least a
 B.A. and preferably an M.A. in a relevant discipline, such as
 linguistics, Japanese language, Japanese literature or
 second-language acquisition. Native or near-native proficiency
 in standard Japanese and English required, plus at least three
 years experience in teaching introductory and intermediate
 level language courses at the university level. The succesful
 candidate will play a major role in an expanding program involving
 the UW-Milwaukee and Marquette University joint Center for
 International Studies, a U.S. Department of Education sponsored
 National Resource Center, and will be teaching students from both
 universities. Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, and
 evidence of language teaching experience along with three letters
 of reference to Professor David Buck, Chair, Japanese Search
 Committee, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, P.O. Box 413,
 Milwaukee, WI 53201, before April 15, 1994. Women and minority
 candidates are especially invited to apply: AA/EOE. The names of
 those nominees and applicants who have not requested that their
 identities be withheld and the names of all finalists will be
 released upon request.
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