LINGUIST List 6.1367

Fri Oct 6 1995

Jobs: Psycholing, Anthro/African-amer Studies

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  1. , Job: Psycholinguistics
  2. Stanley Dubinsky, Position: Anthropology/African-american Studies

Message 1: Job: Psycholinguistics

Date: Thu, 05 Oct 1995 15:47:21 Job: Psycholinguistics
From: <>
Subject: Job: Psycholinguistics

 Position in Psycholinguistics

The Department of Linguistics and the Department of Cognitive Sciences at the
University of California, Irvine invite applications for a tenure-track
position. We are seeking a person with a specialization in
psycholinguistics. Qualified candidates with a secondary specialization in
any area of theoretical or computational linguistics are particularly
encouraged to apply.

Candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae,
representative publications, and the names and addresses for at least three
references to:

 Linguistics Search Committee
 Department of Linguistics
 School of Social Sciences
 University of California, Irvine
 Irvine, CA 92717

Candidates are encouraged to submit their applications as soon as they can,
but no later than the deadline of January 10, 1996. The Search Committee
expects to be interviewing candidates at the 1996 LSA Annual Meeting at San
Diego, and requests notification from candidates who plan to attend the

The University of California is an equal opportunity employer committed to
excellence through diversity.
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Message 2: Position: Anthropology/African-american Studies

Date: Fri, 06 Oct 1995 11:39:03 Position: Anthropology/African-american Studies
Subject: Position: Anthropology/African-american Studies

University of South Carolina, Department of Anthropology and
African-American Studies Program anticipate joint appointment of an
Assistant Professor with tenure track in Anthropology. Starting fall
1996. Salary competitive. Research: Applicants should be involved
in research on the African Diaspora in the Americas or the Caribbean.
Special attention given to applicants working on contemporary issues
in Southeastern USA. Teaching: introduction to anthropology and
courses cross-listed with African-American Studies, both
undergraduate and graduate. USC offers BA in African-American
Studies, BA and MA in anthropology. Related programs in Latin
American Studies, Women's Studies, Public Health, and Linguistics.
Candidates invited to state how their skills and background will
complement USC Dept. of Anth. and African-American Studies Program.
Women and minorities encouraged to apply. Send description of
research and teaching interests, vita and names of 3 references to
Leland Ferguson, Chair, Department of Anth., USC, Columbia, SC 29208,
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