LINGUIST List 6.1123

Fri Aug 18 1995

Jobs: English in Keio Univ

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  1. A95120, Job: English in Keio Univ (2nd Posting)

Message 1: Job: English in Keio Univ (2nd Posting)

Date: Sat, 19 Aug 1995 00:21:59 Job: English in Keio Univ (2nd Posting)
From: A95120 <>
Subject: Job: English in Keio Univ (2nd Posting)


Keio University's Faculty of Science and Technology wishes to announce
the opening of a full-time position in English and related areas,
beginning in April, 1996. Applicants should be native or near-native
speakers of Japanese, have graduated from a Japanese university in
English or a closely related field, have completed at least the
course work for a doctoral degree in the humanities or social sciences,
and have at least three years in research and teaching experience.

The successful candidate will be appointed at the rank of tenured
assistant professor (SHENNIN KOUSHI).


 1. curriculum vitae, according to the Japanese style and format,
 with one photograph

 2. a list of research papers

 3. three sample publications, one of each, either originals or copies

 4. a description of the candidate's future research plans
 (approximately two A-4 pages)

 5. a statement of the candidate's views regarding university English
 education (approximately one A-4 page)


 September 9, 1995 (The post cancellation mark will serve as validation.)


 Candidates who pass the initial screening process will be invited of
 an interview (Travel and lodging will be at the applicant's expense).
 Direct notification of the date and other details will be subsequently

Address to which applications and accompanying documents are to be sent:

 Hiyoshi Kyoumuka (Rikougakubu)
 Keio University
 4-1-1 Hiyoshi
 Kouhoku-ku, Yokohama 223


 1. Applications and accompanying documents should be sent by
 registered mail, with a notice in red ink, preferably in
 Japanese, noting their contents.

 2. Applicants should be aware that the submitted materials cannot
 be returned.

 3. Should you have any questions, please contact
 Professor Keiji Nakano (E-mail:
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