LINGUIST List 6.1015

Thu Jul 27 1995

Jobs: Syntax, Phonetics/Phonology

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  1. John Lawler, University of Michigan Job Announcement
  2. John Lawler, University of Michigan Job Announcement (2)

Message 1: University of Michigan Job Announcement

Date: Thu, 27 Jul 1995 12:15:12 University of Michigan Job Announcement
From: John Lawler <jlawlerling.lsa.umich.edu>
Subject: University of Michigan Job Announcement

 The Program in Linguistics at the University of Michigan invites
 applications for
 A one-year position as
 Visiting Assistant Professor
 in Phonology and Phonetics
 beginning January, 1996

 The position will include 1/2 time teaching responsibilities,
 including introductory phonology, and 1/2 time research as the
 Language Learning Visiting Research Assistant Professor.

 We seek outstanding applicants with a strong teaching and research
 record who are especially interested in interacting with an active
 group of faculty and students.

 Specializations in comparative and cross-linguistic studies are
 particularly welcome.

 A Ph.D. by the start of the appointment is required.

 A letter of application, CV, one representative publication,
 and three letters of recommendation should be sent, on paper,
 by mail (*NOT* by e-mail, please), before November 1, 1995, to

 Professor Marilyn Shatz, Director
 Program in Linguistics
 The University of Michigan
 1076 Frieze Building
 Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1285

 The University of Michigan is an EO/AA employer.
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Message 2: University of Michigan Job Announcement (2)

Date: Thu, 27 Jul 1995 13:42:19 University of Michigan Job Announcement (2)
From: John Lawler <jlawlerling.lsa.umich.edu>
Subject: University of Michigan Job Announcement (2)

 The Program in Linguistics at the University of Michigan invites
 applications for
 A Faculty Position in Syntax
 at the Assistant (Tenure-Track), or, possibly
 early Associate (Tenured) Professor level
 Beginning Fall 1996

 We seek outstanding applicants with teaching and research expertise in
 formal syntax and with the ability to relate their research to other
 subdisciplines or cognate fields.

 Specializations in comparative or cross-linguistic studies are
 especially welcome.

 A Ph.D. by the start of the appointment is required.

 A letter of application, CV, one representative publication,
 and three letters of recommendation should be sent, on paper,
 by mail (*NOT* by e-mail, please), before November 1, 1995, to

 Professor Marilyn Shatz, Director
 Program in Linguistics
 The University of Michigan
 1076 Frieze Building
 Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1285

 The University of Michigan is an EO/AA employer.
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