LINGUIST List 6.1329

Sat Sep 30 1995

Jobs: Discourse Analysis, Slavic ling, TESL

Editor for this issue: Ljuba Veselinova <lveselinemunix.emich.edu>


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  1. Cathy Ball, Position: Ethnographic Discourse Analysis, Georgetown
  2. Michael Flier, Job posting---Slavic linguistics, fall 1996, Harvard University
  3. Greg Stump, Job announcement

Message 1: Position: Ethnographic Discourse Analysis, Georgetown

Date: Wed, 27 Sep 1995 11:26:07 Position: Ethnographic Discourse Analysis, Georgetown
From: Cathy Ball <CBALLguvax.acc.georgetown.edu>
Subject: Position: Ethnographic Discourse Analysis, Georgetown

Asst. Prof., ETHNOGRAPHIC DISCOURSE ANALYSIS. Joint appt. w/Ling.
Dept. & new MA program in Communication, Culture, & Technology.
Tenure-track. Research & teaching interests should be some combination
of: cross-cultural communication, interactional sociolinguistics,
computer-mediated discourse, ethnography of communication, language
and gender. Should be qualified to teach Introduction to Linguistics.
Internet literary very desirable. PhD prior to appointment,
publications and evidence of superior teaching and writing ability
required. Deadline for full consideration: December 1; begins Fall 96.
Letter of application; CV, representative publications; names, mail
and e-mail addresses and phone numbers of 3 references to Search
Committee, Linguistics Department, Georgetown University, Washington
DC 20057. Georgetown University is an AA/EEO employer.
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Message 2: Job posting---Slavic linguistics, fall 1996, Harvard University

Date: Sat, 30 Sep 1995 08:30:22 Job posting---Slavic linguistics, fall 1996, Harvard University
From: Michael Flier <flierhusc.harvard.edu>
Subject: Job posting---Slavic linguistics, fall 1996, Harvard University


Asst. Prof. of Slavic linguistics. Entry-level position to begin Sept.
1996 to teach at undergraduate and graduate levels, four courses per year
and tutorial work. Prefer specialization in modern generative approaches
to Slavic grammar, but breadth of interest in Slavic studies is
desirable. Ph.D. (or foreign equivalent) and native or near-native
Russian and English are required. Teaching experience is highly
desirable. Five-year ladder appointment, possibly extendible for an
additional 3-year term as associate professor (non-tenured). Send letter
of application, c.v., and at least 3 confidential recommendations by
November 15 to

		Prof. Michael S. Flier
		Dept. of Slavic Languages and Literatures
		301 Boylston Hall
		Harvard University
		Cambridge, MA 02138.

Will interview at AATSEEL in Chicago. Harvard is an AA/EEO employer.
Applications from women and minority candidates are encouraged.
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Message 3: Job announcement

Date: Fri, 29 Sep 1995 10:20:44 Job announcement
From: Greg Stump <ENG101UKCC.uky.edu>
Subject: Job announcement

TESL / LINGUIST Assistant Professor beginning Fall 1996. Tenure
track appointment in the Department of English to teach upper
division and master's level TESL as well as undergraduate linguistics
courses; provide academic direction for Center for English as a
Second Language for nonmatriculated students. PhD and teaching
experience required. Send letter of application and vita to David
Durant, Chair, Department of English, 1203 Patterson Office Tower,
University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40506. MLA interviews;
deadline for application Nov. 22. Women and minorities are
encouraged to apply. (AA/EOE)
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