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Thu 22 Jun 1995

Jobs: Research position at HK City U, Professorship in Spanish

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Message 1: Research Position at CityU, HK

Date: Sun, 18 Jun 1995 10:48:30 Research Position at CityU, HK
From: <CTWEBSTEcityu.edu.hk>
Subject: Research Position at CityU, HK

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RESEARCH POSITION

Department of Chinese, Translation and Linguistics (CTL)
City University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong

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Research Fellows associated with the Department
of Chinese, Translation and Linguistics, City University of
Hong Kong are anticipated to be available in the coming
academic year.

Possible research areas include but are not limited to the following:

computational linguistics
experimental phonetics
linguistic theory
discourse analysis

Required background:

Applicants should have completed their Ph.D. in Linguistics
or related discipline. Research experience resulting in international
publications is essential.

Salary:
Lecturer grades. Determination of grade will depend on qualifications and
relevant experience.

Period of appointment:
1-3 years.

Interested applicants should send a CV (including the names of
3 referees) along with a letter describing your background and
research interests to:

Professor Xu Liejiong, Head
Department of Chinese, Translation and Linguistics
City University of Hong Kong
83 Tat Chee Avenue
Kowloon, Hong Kong

email: ctmwongcityu.edu.hk
fax: 852-2788-9520

Note: initial submission by email is encouraged.

More information about the City University of Hong Kong is
available from the CityU home page on the world-wide web:
http://www.cityu.edu.hk
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Message 2: Job: Professorship in Spanish

Date: Thu, 22 Jun 1995 12:23:26 Job: Professorship in Spanish
From: Peter Stewart <stewartlanguage.ou.dk>
Subject: Job: Professorship in Spanish

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Full Professorship in Spanish language

Applications are invited for a permanent position as full professor of
Spanish, at the Institute of Language and Communication, Odense University,
tenable from Sep. 1, 1996, or as soon as possible thereafter.

Applicants are required to document
1) broad knowledge of modern linguistic theory and analysis;
2) research within one or more fields relating to the institute's three
main areas of research: sociolinguistics, foreign language interaction,
general linguistics.

Moreover, the position includes teaching in language related subjects (eg.
grammar, (theory of) translation, intercultural communication, language of
negotiation).

The appointee will be required to take part in all types of activities:
research, teaching, administration, and project management.

The annual salary is at present approx. DKK 475.000.

The application (five copies) should be marked "Stilling 956002", and be
addressed to
Det Humanistiske Fakultetssekretariat, Odense University, Campusvej 55,
DK-5230 Odense M, Denmark. - Closing date: October 2, 1995.

The documentation should be marked as above, and should include:
a) Publications and other written material which are submitted as
particularly relevant for the application;
b) a complete list of publications and other work, with an indicaton of
which items are submitted as particularly relevant;
c) a curriculum vitae, including details of teaching and administrative
experience, as well as research projects;
d) copies of academic diplomas, documentation of teaching qualifications.

Applications are evaluated by a special selection committee, whose
recommendation is confidential, but will be sent to all applicants.

For further information about the post or the institute, please contact

Flemming G. Andersen, Head of Institute.
Tel.: +45 66 15 86 00, ext. 2196.
Fax: + 45 65 93 24 83.
E-mail: fgalanguage.ou.dk
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