LINGUIST List 6.1701

Mon Dec 4 1995

Jobs: Phonology, Formal Semantics, Syntax & Lang Contact

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  1. Sam Wang, position available at Tsing Hua
  2. Georgia Green, job announcement: semantics
  3. , job advertisement

Message 1: position available at Tsing Hua

Date: Mon, 04 Dec 1995 15:53:35 position available at Tsing Hua
From: Sam Wang <>
Subject: position available at Tsing Hua

 National Tsing Hua University, Institute of Linguistics has a tenure-
 track position at the assistant professor level for a linguist
 specializing in phonology. Ph. D. required. Applicants should include
 c.v., three letters of recommendation, statement of research
 interests and samples of works prior to 1 February 1996 to:
 Search Commitee
 Institute of Linguistics
 National Tsing Hua University
 101, Sec. 2, Kuang-fu Road,
 Hsin-chu 300,
 Taiwan, ROC
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Message 2: job announcement: semantics

Date: Mon, 04 Dec 1995 09:40:00 job announcement: semantics
From: Georgia Green <>
Subject: job announcement: semantics

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

As announced earlier this fall, the Department of Linguistics at the
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is seeking a specialist in
formal semantics for a position to begin August 21, 1996. This is a
full-time, tenure-track position at the assistant professor or junior
associate professor level, salary competitive. The position is part of
an interdisciplinary cognitive science program at the University of
Illinois. Strong research and teaching interest in formal semantics
of natural language is required and concomitant interest in related
ares of cognitive science is desirable, including an interest in
relevant computational research and applications. It is expected that
candidates will have completed the Ph.D. by 21 August 1996.

Vita, Description of research interests, reprints, and at least three
letters of recommendations should be sent to:
	Professor Elmer Antonsen
	Head, Department of Linguistics
	University of Illinois
	4088 Foreign Languages Building
	707 S. Mathews
	Urbana, IL 61801
phone: (217) 244-3065 fax: (217) 333-3466 e-mail:

Although interviews may begin at any time, applications received by
January 31 will be given full consideration, and no offer of appointment
will be made before that date. A representative of the department will be
at the LSA Meeting in San Diego to collect resumes.

The University of Illinois is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
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Message 3: job advertisement

Date: Mon, 04 Dec 1995 11:12:07 job advertisement
From: <>
Subject: job advertisement

Please send email inquiries to:

The Linguistics Program and the Department of Languages and Literature
at the University of Utah invite applications for a tenure-track
assistant professor position beginning in the 1996-97 academic year.
We seek someone with a strong background and interest in syntax and in
language contact (e.g., pidgins & creoles, language change through
contact, bilingualism, language and culture). Teaching
responsibilities include introductory and advanced syntax,
introductory linguistics, and one or more courses dealing with
language contact. Ph.D. is required by the time of appointment.

The interdepartmental Linguistics Program has a strong undergraduate
degree in general linguistics, an M.A. in Applied Linguistics, and
important curricular ties to the Department of Languages & Literature
and the Graduate School of Education. The University of Utah provides
excellent opportunities and support for research. For earliest
consideration, send vitae, three letters of recommendation, and a
cover letter expressing research interests and qualifications by
December 20, 1995 to Carolyn Morrow, Chair, Dept. of Languages and
Literature, 1400 LNCO, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 84112.
Position will remain open until filled. Selected applicants will be
interviewed at the LSA Annual Meeting. The University of Utah is an
Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer and encourages
applications from women and minorities, and provides reasonable
accommodation to the known disabilities of applicants and employees.

Sandy Bruhn
2323 LNCO
University of Utah
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