LINGUIST List 6.1392

Wed Oct 11 1995

Jobs: Romance languages, Phonetics/Phonology, Korean

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  1. ANNA MORPURGO DAVIES, Oxford Professorship of Romance Languages
  2. Diane Lillo-Martin, Phonetics/Phonology Job at UConn
  3. "R. VanNess Simmons", Korean

Message 1: Oxford Professorship of Romance Languages

Date: Tue, 10 Oct 1995 18:11:20 Oxford Professorship of Romance Languages
Subject: Oxford Professorship of Romance Languages

I forward an advertisement for the chair of Romance Languages in the
University of Oxford, England. According to the Statutes the "professor
will be required to give lectures and instruction in the structure and
historical development of the languages which are derived from Latin".
For further information please do not write to me but to the
University Registrar (postal address at the end of the advertisement;
fax UK (0)1865-270708). Anna Morpurgo Davies


 Professorship of the Romance Languages

The electors intend to proceed to an election to the Professorship of
the Romance Languages which falls vacant with effect from 1 October
1996 upon the retirement of Professor R.R. Posner. The stipend of the
professorship is at present pounds stlg 36,827 per annum.

 A non-stipendiary professorial fellowship at Trinity College is
attached to the professorship.

 Applications (ten copies, or one only from overseas candidates),
naming three referees, should be received not later than 13 November
1995 by the Registrar, University Offices, Wellington Square, Oxford
OX1 2JD, UK, from whom written particulars may be obtained.
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Message 2: Phonetics/Phonology Job at UConn

Date: Tue, 10 Oct 1995 08:52:41 Phonetics/Phonology Job at UConn
From: Diane Lillo-Martin <LILLOMUConnVM.UConn.Edu>
Subject: Phonetics/Phonology Job at UConn

 Position Announcement

 The Department of Linguistics at the University of Connecticut
anticipates a tenure-track position beginning in the Fall semester
of 1996, at the rank of Assistant, or Associate, or Full Professor.
Salary is negotiable. Ph.D. is required by the time duties begin.
We are interested in candidates with specialization in experimental
phonetics and phonological theory. Applicants whose research interests
interact well with those of the current faculty are especially sought.
Applicants should be prepared to teach in the area of their specialization
at the graduate and under-graduate level, as well as more general
linguistics courses at the undergaduate level.

 Applicants should send a complete dossier (letter of application,
curriculum vitae, samples of work in progress or published, description
of courses prepared to teach, and teaching evaluations if available) and
at least three letters of recommendation to:

 Phonetics/Phonology Search Committee
 University of Connecticut
 Department of Linguistics, U-145
 341 Mansfield Road, Room 230
 Storrs, CT 06269-1145

 phone: (860) 486-4229
 fax: (860) 486-0197

 Applications received by January 1, 1996 will be given preference in
the screening process. Applications will be accepted until the position
is filled.

The University of Connecticut is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
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Message 3: Korean

Date: Tue, 10 Oct 1995 14:14:56 Korean
From: "R. VanNess Simmons" <>
Subject: Korean

The Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at
Rutgers University is seeking candidates for an initial
three-year tenure track assistant professor position in
Korean language, literature, or culture to begin
September l, l996. Teaching responsibilities include
Korean language courses through advanced level and
courses on Korean literature, culture, or society.
Qualifications include the following:

l. Native or near native proficiency in the language

2. Excellent command of English

3. Ph.D. in hand or to be received by the time of
appointment in Korean language and literature or culture,
or a field related to Korean Studies

4. Ability to assist in the development of Korean Studies

5. Prior experience in teaching Korean courses preferable

Those interested in the position should write and send a
resume, three letters of recommendation, and samples of
scholarly writings by December l, l995 to the Korean
Search Committee, Department of East Asian Languages and
Cultures, Rutgers University, Scott Hall, College Avenue,
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08903. FAX: 932-7926.

Rutgers University is an EO/AA Employer

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