LINGUIST List 6.165

Tue 07 Feb 1995

Jobs: Phonology & Morphology, English, Chinese, Generative ling

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  1. PIROSKA CSURI, correction to my previous message... Sorry
  2. , English Linguistics
  3. , Job Announcement
  4. Jeroen van de Weijer, Jobs: Four graduate student positions at HIL

Message 1: correction to my previous message... Sorry

Date: Thu, 26 Jan 1995 00:54:24 correction to my previous message... Sorry
From: PIROSKA CSURI <CSURIBINAH.CC.BRANDEIS.EDU>
Subject: correction to my previous message... Sorry


 HIGHER EDUCATION SUPPORT PROGRAM
 FUNDED BY GEORGE SOROS
 SOROS PROFESSORSHIP PROGRAM


 LECTURER IN PHONOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY
 Jozsef Attila University, Szeged, Hungary

The Soros Professorship Program has been set up to enable
Universities in Eastern Europe to invite outstanding visiting
Professors and Lecturers in the Humanities and Social Sciences.

Applications are invited for the joint appointment of a Soros
Lecturer in Phonology and Morphology at the Department of English
and American Studies and the Program in Theoretical Linguistics
of Jozsef Attila University, Szeged, Hungary.

The contract will be for 2 years, renewable, for a non-tenured
position, beginning September 1995. Applicants should have a PhD
and specialise in theoretical phonology and morphology with a
particular emphasis on English.

The Soros Lecturer will give undergraduate courses at the English
Department and graduate courses at the PhD program, assist in
creating a research environment for staff and students interested
in the study of phonology and morphology, make suggestions for
library acquisitions, advise the PhD program in structure and
organization, supervise graduate research and dissertations, as
well as help develop and improve curricula. Knowledge of
Hungarian is not required.

Salary scale US$15,000 - US$25,000 after tax, plus a local
stipend. Relocation allowance, accommodation allowance, medical
insurance, children's allowances also provided.

Resume and cover letter should be sent, to arrive not later than
March 15, 1995, to SOROS PROFESSORSHIP PROGRAM, Higher
Education Support Program, Open Society Institute, Arvacska u. 6,
H-1022 Budapest, Hungary. Applicants should request three
referees to send confidential references to the same address,
also by March 15, 1995. Short listed applicants will be invited
to give a public lecture in Budapest and a class in Szeged in
April and May, 1995.

Further information is available by writing to the above address,
or by fax 36-1-2122092.
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Message 2: English Linguistics

Date: Mon, 6 Feb 1995 10:59:20 +English Linguistics
From: <dommitalfa.avh.unit.no>
Subject: English Linguistics

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University of Trondheim, Norway
Professorship in English linguistics

Applications are invited for a vacant Professorship in English linguistics
in the English Department at the University of Trondheim, within the
Faculty of Arts.
The advertisment is an open one, without a requirement of competence within
any specific discipline or area of English linguistics. However, for an
applicant to be taken into consideration, his or her scholarly production,
whatever the specialisation, must have modern linguistic theory as its
basis.
The person appointed will be required to take a share of the department's
teaching and examining duties (which are conducted in English), according
to the university regulations in force. The person appointed will be
required to take on administrative duties within the university.
The salary for the post is set at point 51 to 69 (NOK 309,800 to 391,600
yearly) on the scale for employees of the Norwegian state. There is a
compulsory 2% deduction from salary which is paid into the Norwegian state
pension scheme.
The complete job advertisment and a job description is available from the
personnel office, Faculty of Arts, 7055 Dragvoll, tel. (Norway) 75 59 81
67; fax (Norway) 73 59 10 30. Any further questions concerning the post can
be directed to Professor Nils-Lennart Johannesson, English Department, 7055
Dragvoll, tel. (Norway) 73 59 67 92; fax (Norway) 73 59 67 70.
The deadline for applications is 17 March 1995.
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Message 3: Job Announcement

Date: Tue, 07 Feb 1995 11:21:33 Job Announcement
From: <HSCYTccvax.sinica.edu.tw>
Subject: Job Announcement


 JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

 INSTITUTE OF HISTORY AND PHILOLOGY, ACADEMIA SINICA

 The Linguistics Division of the Institute of History and Philology,
Academia Sinica invites applications from citizens of the Republic of China
for research positions with the possibility toward tenure track posts. The
area of specialization is open, but preference will be given to those in the
following fields: phonology (and phonetics), semantics, Chinese dialect
studies, and Chinese minority languages.

 Applicants already holding a Ph.D. will be considered for the position
of Assistant Research Fellow (equivalent to an Assistant Professor);
applicants holding an M. A. only will be considered for the positions of
Research Assistant. These are purely research positions and no teaching is
required. The minimum salaries for these positions are NT$63,215 (about
US$2,431) and NT$45,110 (about US$1,735) per month respectively, plus bonuses.

 Applicants should send a vitae, transcripts from graduate school, an
abstract of the MA thesis or dissertation (including the title, chapter by
chapter summary, methodology, materials, and main conclusions), and three
letters of recommendation to

 Dr. Chiu-yu Tseng, Head
 Linguistics Division
 Institute of History and Philology
 Academia Sinica
 Taipei 115, Taiwan ROC

 Deadline for receipt of these materials is March 31, 1995. Those
applying will be notified of our preliminary decision around the beginning
and May, 1995; those notified of preliminary acceptance would then be expected
to send complete text of the thesis or dissertation by the end of May, 1995
for evaluation.

 For more information, applicants should write to the address above or
send e-mail to hscytccvax.sinica.edu.tw
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Message 4: Jobs: Four graduate student positions at HIL

Date: Tue, 07 Feb 1995 14:20:10 Jobs: Four graduate student positions at HIL
From: Jeroen van de Weijer <VDWEIJERrullet.LeidenUniv.nl>
Subject: Jobs: Four graduate student positions at HIL


 HOLLAND INSTITUTE

 OF

 GENERATIVE LINGUISTICS

The Holland Institute of Generative Linguistics (HIL) is a research
institute in the field of generative linguistics. Theoretical linguists of
Leiden University, the University of Amsterdam and the Vrije
Universiteit Amsterdam participate in this institute in order to further
the research and the training of graduate students. HIL participates in
the national Dutch Graduate School in Linguistics (LOT).

Starting on September 1, 1995, HIL has vacancies for:

 4 graduate students

A graduate student holds a four-year contract and will complete a
doctorate at one of the universities participating in HIL. At least 85%
of a student's working time is intended for research and training. HIL
students take part in the graduate teaching programme of HIL and are
assigned a supervisor from the staff of HIL. They are exempted from
the payment of tuition fees. They receive a salary which provides
sufficient financial support to cover living expenses. HIL encourages
foreign students to apply for one of these positions.

Applicants for a position should have completed their undergraduate
training at a Dutch university or have a degree that is equivalent to
the Dutch `doctoraal examen' (such as an MA degree from a well-
known university); they should have adequate knowledge of English to
be able to participate in graduate courses, to discuss their work with
members of the staff and to write at an academic level; they should
have adequate knowledge of generative linguistics.

Applications for a position should contain:
 - a research proposal (max. 5 pages);
 - samples of previous work in generative linguistics;
 - a curriculum vitae;
 - transcripts of course and grade lists;
 - two references.

The HIL-brochure `HIL 1995-1996' contains more information
concerning the research programme and the graduate programme of
HIL. A copy can be obtained from the HIL secretary (see below).
Further information about the four positions can be obtained from the
director of HIL (see below).

The deadline for applications is April 1, 1995. Decisions may be
expected before the end of May 1995. Applications should be sent to
the secretary of HIL.

Secretary of HIL Director of HIL
Josi Birker Hans Bennis
Faculteit der Letteren Faculteit der Letteren
Rijksuniversiteit Leiden Rijksuniversiteit Leiden
Postbus 9515 Postbus 9515
2300 RA Leiden 2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands The Netherlands

E-mail: HILrullet.LeidenUniv.nl E-mail: bennisrullet.LeidenUniv.nl
Phone: +31 71 272101 Phone: +31 71 272246
Fax: +31 71 272615
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