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Message 1: Brown University: 2 Vis. Fac. Pos. Available

Date: Wed, 05 Jan 94 14:18:18 ESBrown University: 2 Vis. Fac. Pos. Available
From: Programs in Linguistics at Brown UniversLINGSCIBROWNVM.bitnet <LINGSCIBROWNVM.bitnet>
Subject: Brown University: 2 Vis. Fac. Pos. Available


 TWO VISITING FACULTY POSITIONS

The Brown University Department of Cognitive & Linguistic Sciences
invites applications for two visiting faculty positions for the academic
year September 1994 to June 1995. Each position would be suited to either
a senior sabbatical visitor who, in exchange for half-time salary support,
would teach one or two courses at Brown or to a more junior applicant who
would receive full salary support and teach three courses. All Applicants
must have received the Ph.D. degree or equivalent by the time of their
application.

Position 1, Vision: candidate should have strong teaching and research
 interests in one or more of the following areas:
 visual perception, visual cognition, computational
 vision, or computational neuroscience related to vision.

Position 2, Cognition: candidate should have strong teaching and research
 interests in an area such as memory, attention,
 problem solving, judgment and decision making, or
 comparative cognition.

Please send vitae, recent publications, three references, and a cover
letter describing teaching and research interests and qualifications to:

Search Committee Vision
Brown University
Department of Cognitive & Linguistic Sciences
Box 1978
Providence, RI 02912

or

Search Committee Cognition
Brown University
Department of Cognitive & Linguistic Sciences
Box 1978
Providence, RI 02912

The initial deadline for applications is February 15, 1994, but applications
will be accepted after that time until the visiting positions are filled.
Brown is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Women and
minorities are especially encouraged to apply.

For further information please contact the department at the above address,
this account, by phone at (401)863-2616, or fax at (401)863-2255
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Message 2: Syntax Position

Date: Fri, 07 Jan 94 15:15 CST
From: <LINGDPTccm.UManitoba.CA>
Subject: Syntax Position


SYNTAX POSITION

 The Linguistics Department at the University of Manitoba invites
applications for a full-time sessional position for 1994-95 (1
September to 31 May), subject to budgetary approval, at the rank of
Assistant Professor and with salary to depend on qualifications and
experience.
 Teaching duties and MA/PhD supervision will be concentrated in, but
not limited to, the core areas of syntactic analysis, syntactic theory
and semantics.
The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate a commitment to field
research in one of the indigenous languages of North America.
 The completed doctoral degree and demonstrated excellence in
research and teaching in the area of specialisation (including both
formal and typological approaches and in-depth familiarity, both
analytical and practical, in a non-Indoeuropean language as well as
substantial field research experience in a language other than the
applicant's own) are required.
 ``The University of Manitoba encourages applications from qualified
women and men, including members of visible minorities, Aboriginal
people, and persons with disabilities. The University offers a smoke-
free environment, save for specially designated areas. Priority
consideration will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent
residents.''
 Further details may be obtained by e-mail
(LINGDPTCCM.UMANITOBA.CA) or fax (204/275-5781). Applications
(including curriculum vitae, offprints, preprints, etc.) and three
letters of reference should be sent by mail to reach the Department by
28 February 1994 and should be addressed to:

 H.C. Wolfart, Professor & Head
 Linguistics Department
 University of Manitoba
 Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 5V5
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