LINGUIST List 7.1277

Fri Sep 13 1996

Jobs: Chair at U of Wales, Sp and Chinese at California State

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  1. A von Klopp, JOB: Chair in Linguistics, U of Wales
  2. joseph chrzanowski 07-02-92, Modern Languages and Literatures at California State University

Message 1: JOB: Chair in Linguistics, U of Wales

Date: Thu, 12 Sep 1996 13:37:44 BST
From: A von Klopp <a.von.kloppbangor.ac.uk>
Subject: JOB: Chair in Linguistics, U of Wales

		 DEPARTMENT OF LINGUISTICS
 SCHOOL OF ENGLISH AND LINGUISTICS
		 UNIVERSITY OF WALES, BANGOR

 Chair in Linguistics

Applications are invited for a Chair in Linguistics in the Linguistics
Department of the School of English and Linguistics. The successful
candidate will be expected to provide academic leadership within the
Linguistics Department. He/she will have the opportunity to be Head of
the Linguistics department but will not be expected to assume this
position immediately.

The appointment will be tenable from a mutually agreeable date, but it
is expected that the successful candidate will be in post by
September, 1997. Salary will be negotiable within the professorial
range.

Applications are invited from specialists in any area of linguistics.

Application forms and further particulars should be obtained by
contacting Personnel Services, University of Wales, Bangor, Gwynedd
LL57 2DG. Tel: (01248) 382926.

Please quote reference number 96/131 when applying.

Closing data for applications: Monday 7 October, 1996.

Further information about the department and about the post may be
obtained through at http://www.linguistics.bangor.ac.uk/, or from the
Head of the Linguistics department, Dr. R.D. Borsley
<r.d.borsleybangor.ac.uk>.

- 
Department of Linguistics | URL: http://www.linguistics.bangor.ac.uk/
University of Wales, Bangor | FAX: +44 1248 38 29 28 	
Bangor LL57 2DG | PHONE: +44 1248 38 22 68
Wales			 | EMAIL: avkbangor.ac.uk
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Message 2: Modern Languages and Literatures at California State University

Date: 12 Sep 1996 15:14:18
From: joseph chrzanowski 07-02-92 <jchrzancalstatela.edu>
Subject: Modern Languages and Literatures at California State University
The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at California State
University announces the following openings.

California SU, Los Angeles 5151 State Univ Dr, Los Angeles CA 90032
 Dept Mod Langs & Lit

Tenure-track position in Spanish, fall 97; Assist or Assoc. PhD/ABD,
native/near native Spanish and fluent English. Doctorate required for
tenure. Spanish-American and Peninsular generalist. Preference to
candidates with ability to teach contemporary Spanish and 19th-century
Spanish-American literature. Ability to teach Spanish-American poetry
of all periods and an introductory literary theory course desirable.
Some preparation in applied Hispanic linguistics also an asset.
Evidence of quality teaching and research potential; commitment to
creative teaching strategies at all levels. Letter of application,
CV, transcripts, and 3 letters of recommendation to Dr. Joseph
Chrzanowski, Chair. Complete dossiers received prior to Dec. 4
considered for MLA. Deadline: January 6. AA/EO. Reasonable
accommodation may be requested.


California SU, Los Angeles 5151 State Univ Dr, Los Angeles CA 90032
 Dept Mod Langs & Lit

Tenure-track position in Chinese, fall 97; Asst or Assoc. PhD/ABD in
Chinese or closely-related field. Doctorate required for tenure.
Native or near-native proficiency in Chinese; fluent English. Ability
to teach all levels of language as well as courses in culture,
business Chinese, and the history of the Chinese language. Evidence
of quality teaching and research potential; commitment to creative
teaching strategies; willingness to contribute to program development.
Ability to teach a second Asian language is highly desirable. Letter
of application, CV, transcripts, and 3 letters of recommendation to
Dr. Joseph Chrzanowski, Chair. Complete dossiers received prior to
Dec. 4 considered for MLA. Deadline: January 6. AA/EO. Reasonable
accommodation may be requested.
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