LINGUIST List 7.598

Mon Apr 22 1996

Jobs: Spanish Ling at Ohio State, Japanese at U Mich

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  1. Fernando Martinez Gil, Visiting Professor of Spanish Linguistics at OSU
  2. Yuki Johnson, JPN Lectuere Position at U Mich

Message 1: Visiting Professor of Spanish Linguistics at OSU

Date: Mon, 22 Apr 1996 00:22:29 EDT
From: Fernando Martinez Gil <>
Subject: Visiting Professor of Spanish Linguistics at OSU

 Dear moderators of LINGUIST,

 I would like to post the following announcement in the LINGUIST on
behalf of my Department. Thank you very much for your help.



 One-year Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish, with
specialization in syntax, to teach a total of five graduate and
undergraduate courses in Hispanic linguistics and advanced Spanish
language. Ph. D. required by time of appointment. Candidates with
corresponding active research program and publications strongly

 Native or near-native Spanish language skills required. Salary
commensurate with experience; benefits competitive. For full
consideration send letter of application, c.v., three letters of
recommendation, and one sample publication or dissertation chapter by
May 3, 1996, to:

 Stephen J. Summerhill, Chair
 Department of Spanish and Portuguese
 The Ohio State University
 266 Cunz Hall
 1841 Millikin Road
 Columbus, OH 43210-1229 USA

 Candidates who applied under the previous deadline of March 1, 1996
will receive full consideration under this new announcement without
any further action on their part.

 The Ohio State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action employer. Qualified women, minorities, Vietnam-era veterans,
disabled veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to

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Message 2: JPN Lectuere Position at U Mich

Date: Mon, 22 Apr 1996 11:49:15 EDT
From: Yuki Johnson <>
Subject: JPN Lectuere Position at U Mich

Hello, everyone!

I would greatly appreciate it if you could pass this info to those who
may be interested in teaching Japanese at the U of Michigan starting
this fall for a year. This is a full time lecturer position.

 University of Michigan
 Department of Asian Languages and Cultures
 seeks Candidates for
 Japanese Language Lecturer

 The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, invites applications
for a temporary one-year lecturer position in Japanese language
beginning September 1, 1996. Native or near-native fluency in
Japanese and excellent command of English are required. Preference is
given to applicants with an M.A. Degree or higher in Linguistics,
Foreign Language Education, or TESOL, and with experience at the
college level teaching Japanese to English-speaking students using
various teaching techniques. Candidates with experience teaching at a
variety of levels and with knowledge of Proficiency-Oriented
Instruction are especially welcomed, as are those with ability or
experience in CAI or computer programming.

 We seek energetic, collaborative candidates with innovative
ideas about teaching language in a large university setting.
Finalists will be asked to send a video tape of actual classroom
teaching. Interested candidates should send a letter of application,
CV, and three letters of recommendation no later than May 20th to:
Search Committee, Japanese Language Program, Asian Languages and
Cultures, University of Michigan, 3070 Frieze Bldg., Ann Arbor, MI
48109. For detailed information, contact Dr. Yuki Johnson, Japanese
Language Director. E-mail: or phone: 313-747-2091.

$B!!(BYuki Johnson, Ph.D. E-mail:
$B!!(BDirector of Japanese $B!!(B Phone: 313-747-2091(O)
$B!!(BUniversity of Michigan 313-332-0503(H)
$B!!(BAsian Languages and Cultures Fax: 313-747-0517
$B!!(B3070 Frieze Bldg.
$B!!(BAnn Arbor, MI 48103-1285
$B!!F|K\8l$G$b$I$&$>!#!!!!!!!!!!!!(B $BM35*%8%g%s%=%s(B
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