LINGUIST List 6.1409

Thu Oct 12 1995

Jobs: Germantic Ling, Socioling/Spanish, Korean

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


Directory

  1. Stanley Dubinsky, Linguistics, literature, and language position in German
  2. Fernando Martinez Gil, Jobs: Spanish Linguistics
  3. "Y. Yoon", Announcement of Opening

Message 1: Linguistics, literature, and language position in German

Date: Wed, 11 Oct 1995 17:01:18 Linguistics, literature, and language position in German
From: Stanley Dubinsky <DUBINSKUNIVSCVM.CSD.SCAROLINA.EDU>
Subject: Linguistics, literature, and language position in German

A tenure track opening in the department of Germanic, Slavic, and
Oriental Languages appears on page 29 of the current MLA job list.
It reads: "Assistant professor of German, tenure track, Ph.D. in
hand, Fall 1996. Germanic linguistics and pre-19th cent. Lit.
Strong commitment to language teaching on all levels, proficiency-
based instruction and ability to coordinate basic program. Interest
in CAI. Application and dossier by Nov. 15 to Prof. Gunther J. Holst,
Chair. USC is an AA/EO employer."

			Prof. Gunther J. Holst, Chair
 Dept of Germanic, Slavic, and Oriental Langs
 University of South Carolina
 Columbia, SC 29208

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* Stanley Dubinsky E-mail: dubinskysc.edu *
* Linguistics Program phone: 803-777-2056 *
* U of South Carolina fax: 803-777-9064 *
* Columbia, SC 29208 *
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Message 2: Jobs: Spanish Linguistics

Date: Wed, 11 Oct 1995 15:30:35 Jobs: Spanish Linguistics
From: Fernando Martinez Gil <femartinmagnus.acs.ohio-state.edu>
Subject: Jobs: Spanish Linguistics

Final announcement for a position in Spanish Sociolinguistics at The
Ohio State University:

 DEPARTMENT OF SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE
 THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
 Position Notice

 Assistant Professor of Spanish
 with specialization in
 Sociolinguistics / Spanish in the U.S.A.

Assistant Professor of Spanish with specialization in Sociolinguistics
/ Spanish in the U.S.A., and demonstrated research focus in language
variation and change. Solid background in one or more core areas of
theoretical linguistics: phonology, morphology, syntax,
semantics. Teaching in undergraduate language and linguistics courses,
and in the linguistics graduate program. Tenure-track position, to
begin Autumn 1996. Ph.D. by time of appointment. Teaching experience
preferred; publications desirable. Native or near-native Spanish
language skills. Salary commensurate with experience. Send application
materials (letter, CV, three recent letters of reference, and one
sample publication or dissertation chapter) by October 31, 1995 to:

 Stephen Summerhill, Chair
 Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese
 The Ohio State University
 266 Cunz Hall
 1841 Millikin Road
 Columbus, OH. 43210-1229
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Message 3: Announcement of Opening

Date: Thu, 12 Oct 1995 09:40:53 Announcement of Opening
From: "Y. Yoon" <haeyoungu.washington.edu>
Subject: Announcement of Opening


The Department of Asian Languages and Literature announces the opening of
a tenure-track position in Korean to start September 1996.

University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195. Assistant Professor,
Department of Asian Languages and Literature. A tenure-track appointment
for 1996-97 is expected in the area of Korean Language and Literature.
Field of specialization may be either literature or linguistics.
Applicants should have the Ph.D. degree and be highly qualified for
undergraduate and graduate teaching and independent research. Duties
will involve the teaching and supervision of courses at various levels in
Korean Language and Literature. Special consideration will be given to
candidates whose research interests are consonant with those of the
Chinese and Japanese faculties and who have a knowledge of a second East
Asian language. Applications, including CV, statement of research
interests, and three letters of recommendation, should be sent to Chair,
Korean Search Committee, University of Washington, Department of Asian
Languages and Literature, Mail Box 353521, Seattle, WA 98195-3521.
Priority will be given to applications received before December 1, 1995.
The University of Washington is building a culturally diverse faculty and
strongly encourages applications from women and minority candidates.




Youngie Yoon, Administrative Assistant
Department of Asian Languages and Literature
225 Gowen Hall, Box 353521
University of Washington
Telephone Number(206)543-4996 FAX:(206)685-4268
e-mail:haeyoungu.washington.edu
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