LINGUIST List 6.1565

Mon Nov 6 1995

Jobs: Tenure-track phonology, Research phonology

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  1. Alan Prince, Tenure-Track Phonology Job at Rutgers
  2. Richard Wiese, Research position in phonology, Germany

Message 1: Tenure-Track Phonology Job at Rutgers

Date: Mon, 06 Nov 1995 10:21:10 Tenure-Track Phonology Job at Rutgers
From: Alan Prince <princeruccs.rutgers.edu>
Subject: Tenure-Track Phonology Job at Rutgers

		Phonology Appointment
		Department of Linguistics
		Rutgers University, New Brunswick

The Department of Linguistics at Rutgers, The State University of New
Jersey, at New Brunswick, invites applications for a tenure-track
Assistant Professorship in theoretical linguistics with a
specialization in phonology. We expect the appointment to be made for
Fall 1996. Applicants should have the Ph.D. by Junc 30, 1996, and
should be prepared to teach at both the graduate and undergraduate
levels.

The deadline for receipt of applications is December 11, 1996

Applications should include a current CV and samples of recent work,
and should be sent to:

		Phonology Search Committee
		Linguistics Department
		Rutgers University
		18 Seminary Place
		New Brunswick, NJ 08903

Three letters of recommendation should also be sent to this address.
Applicants for the position advertised last year may request that
their applications be re-activated.

Rutgers University is an AA/EEO employer.


-Alan Prince
Chair, Dept. of Linguistics
Rutgers University, New Brunwick
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Message 2: Research position in phonology, Germany

Date: Mon, 06 Nov 1995 16:18:01 Research position in phonology, Germany
From: Richard Wiese <wiesesapir.ling.uni-duesseldorf.de>
Subject: Research position in phonology, Germany

 Research position in phonology


At the Dept. of Linguistics, Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet Duesseldorf,
Germany, a full-time research position for a phonologist is open from
December 1995 (or later) to the end of 1996, with some possibility for
extension. The position is that of the principal researcher in a project
called "Prosodic Morphology". The project is again part of a larger grant
"Theorie des Lexikons" at the universities of Duesseldorf, Wuppertal, and
Cologne, which has funding by the German Science Foundation (DFG) for the
years 1994 - 1996.

Candidates should
- hold a PhD or doctorate in phonology,
- preferably have a publication record in phonology and/or Prosodic Morphology.

Payment is according to the normal range for full-time researchers
("Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter") in Germany, in the range of ca.
Deutschmark 4,000 to 6,000 per month, depending on age and marital status.
Knowledge of German is helpful, but not essential.


Inquiries and applications (CV, sample of work) should be directed to

Richard Wiese
Seminar fuer Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft
Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet Duesseldorf
Universitaetsstr. 1
D-40225 Duesseldorf
Germany
e-mail: wieseling.uni-duesseldorf.de
Tel.: (0)211-311-2925
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