LINGUIST List 6.1435

Mon Oct 16 1995

Jobs: Spanish Linguistics, Generalist

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  1. john m lipski, Spanish linguistics job
  2. Helen Dry, job: generalist

Message 1: Spanish linguistics job

Date: Mon, 16 Oct 1995 09:58:46 Spanish linguistics job
From: john m lipski <>
Subject: Spanish linguistics job



The Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University
of New Mexico announces a tenure-track vacancy at the
Assistant Professor level, in Spanish Applied Linguistics.
Candidate will teach and direct graduate students in applied
linguistics, and will serve as coordinator of lower-division
Spanish. Ample staff support will be provided.
Requirements include: Ph. D. completed by August 19, 1996,
native or near-native proficiency in Spanish. Preferred
qualifications include demonstrated excellence in research
and teaching. Assignment will include teaching graduate and
upper division courses in the area of specialization.

Candidates should send a letter of interest, curriculum
vitae, sample of scholarly work, teaching evaluations, and
five letters of reference to:

Erlinda Gonzales-Berry, Chair
Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-1146

FAX: (505) 277-3885

All applications must be received by November 6, 1995.

For further information, contact John Lipski
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Message 2: job: generalist

Date: Mon, 16 Oct 1995 12:02:22 job: generalist
From: Helen Dry <>
Subject: job: generalist

The following position is advertised pending final approval:

Eastern Michigan University has a tenure-track opening
for an Assistant Professor able to teach graduate and
undergraduate phonology, as well as sociolinguistics and/or
other areas such as language acquisition and computer
applications in linguistics. The Eastern Michigan University
linguistics program has a small faculty committed to offering
a general linguistics curriculum at the B.A. and M.A. levels.
We are seeking someone with teaching flexibility as well as
teaching strength. So we will also consider outstanding
candidates with sub-specialties other than those listed above.

All candidates must have the Ph.D. in hand by the time of the
appointment, teaching experience, and evidence of strong
research potential. Send letter of application, complete
dossier, and a sample of your recent work to:

	Helen Aristar Dry
	Linguistics Program
	Dept. of English Language and Literature
	Eastern Michigan U.
	Ypsilanti, MI 48103

Screening of applicants will begin Nov. 30 and continue until
the positiion is filled. We will be interviewing applicants
at the LSA convention.
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