LINGUIST List 6.1494

Wed Oct 25 1995

Jobs: Position in SLA theory, Applied Ling, Phonology

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  1. Stanley Dubinsky, Position in SLA theory/TEFL
  2. Jim Hurford, Chair of Applied Linguistics
  3. Mark Brand, Job Posting

Message 1: Position in SLA theory/TEFL

Date: Tue, 24 Oct 1995 13:18:22 Position in SLA theory/TEFL
Subject: Position in SLA theory/TEFL

Assistant professor (tenure-track)
The Linguistics Program at the University of South Carolina seeks a
specialist in second language acquisition theory and TEFL methodology
with a strong background in general linguistics. Ph.D. by date of
appointment required. Experience in training TEFL teachers valuable.
The appointment will be made in the English Department and will involve
teaching primarily graduate Linguistics courses, plus thesis and
dissertation supervision in TEFL/SLA. The interdisciplinary Linguistics
Program is composed of 11 core faculty members with appointments in
6 different departments, and 12 consulting faculty. The program offers
the Ph.D. and M.A. in Linguistics and a TEFL Certificate. Approximately
half of our 65 graduate students choose SLA/TEFL as their special field.
Screening of applicants will begin December 1, to continue until position
filled. Send vitae, transcripts, one representative publication, and
a cover letter describing qualifications, and teaching and research
interests to Patricia Mason, Director, Linguistics Program, University
of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 29208. Also arrange for 3 letters of
recommendation to be sent to this address. Indicate attendance at LSA
for possible interview. AA/EEO. Minorities and women are encouraged
to apply.
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Message 2: Chair of Applied Linguistics

Date: Wed, 25 Oct 1995 09:47:18 Chair of Applied Linguistics
From: Jim Hurford <>
Subject: Chair of Applied Linguistics

 The University of Edinburgh

 Chair of Applied Linguistics

Applications are invited for the newly created established Chair of
Applied Linguistics, to which it is intended to make an appointment from
1 October 1996.

The University seeks to appoint a scholar with broad-ranging interests,
sympathies and experience across the spectrum of the discipline who can
offer strong leadership in research and teaching well into the next
century. The successful candidate will have an active and
internationally recognised record of published research as well as
substantial experience of effective teaching and supervision at
postgraduate level. It will be an additional advantage if candidates
have extensive collaborative contacts within and outside the academic

Salary will be within the professorial range.

Please quote reference 590481

Further particulars including details of the application procedure may
be obtained from

	The Personnel Office
	University of Edinburgh
	1 Roxburgh Street
	Edinburgh EH8 9TB

	Telephone: 	+44 131 650 2511 (24-hour answering service)
	Fax: 		+44 131 650 6509

Closing date: 1 December 1995.
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Message 3: Job Posting

Date: Wed, 25 Oct 1995 10:55:00 Job Posting
From: Mark Brand <brandmacf2.NYU.EDU>
Subject: Job Posting


The Department of Linguistics at New York University invites applications
for a visiting assistant professor position in phonology, pending final
budgetary approval, for 1996-97, renewable for 1997-98. Responsibilities
include the teaching of graduate and undergraduate courses. We are
especially interested in research on Asian and African languages and a
demonstrated interest in the interaction of phonetics and phonology.

Interested applicants should send a letter of application, curriculum vitae,
the names of three references, and a sample of work to:

Phonology Search Committee
Department of Linguistics
719 Broadway, 5th Floor
New York University
New York, NY 10003-6860

Deadline for submission is January 15, 1996. If you will be available for an
interview at the LSA Meeting in January, please note that in your letter of

Queries via email may be addressed to John Singler at

New York University encourages applicatins from women and members of
minority groups.
Mark Brand <>
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