LINGUIST List 7.622

Fri Apr 26 1996

Jobs: Pycholinguistics/pragmatics, Ling at Kobe City, Japanese

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  1. "billy clark", Jobs: Psycholinguistics/Pragmatics Research Fellowship
  2. Kensei Sugayama, Re: Job at Kobe City University, Japan
  3. YUKIE HORIBA, Instructorship in Japanese

Message 1: Jobs: Psycholinguistics/Pragmatics Research Fellowship

Date: Fri, 26 Apr 1996 10:27:44 GMT
From: "billy clark" <>
Subject: Jobs: Psycholinguistics/Pragmatics Research Fellowship

Research Fellowship (Up To Two Years) in Communication Studies

to collaborate in an established research project and to contribute
(a small amount) to teaching communication studies.

Applicants should:

- be familiar with recent developments in pragmatics, especially
 Relevance Theory.

- have an understanding of research methodologies in linguistics and

Experience in setting up and running psycholinguistic experiments
is also desirable.

Salary range: 15,077-19.439 pounds sterling.
Maximum starting salary: 16,531 pounds sterling.

Closing date: 10th May 1996.

For application form and further details, contact (quoting reference number:

Recruitment Office, Middlesex University, Bounds Green Road, London
N11 2NQ. Tel: 181-362 6110.

Informal enquiries: Billy Clark, Middlesex University, Trent Park, Bramley Road
London N14 4XS. Tel: 181-362 6555. Fax: 181-362 5791.
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Message 2: Re: Job at Kobe City University, Japan

Date: Fri, 26 Apr 1996 21:24:19 +0900
From: Kensei Sugayama <>
Subject: Re: Job at Kobe City University, Japan
Kobe City University of Foreign Studies now invites applications
for a full-time instructor or assistant professor under the following

1. The applicant's field of specialization should be linguistic
studies of English.

2. The applicant's first language should be English. The successful
applicant will teach practical English (oral English, writing etc.) to
English majors in both daytime and evening classes.

3. The successful applicant will be employed as a language teaching
faculty member (instructor or assistant professor).

4. Required academic degree is M.A. or Ph. D.

5. The applicant's age should be 45 or under at the time of
employment (the first of April, 1997).

6. Documents requisite for application are: 
a) Curriculum vitae
b) List of publications
c) Originals or photocopies of selected academic papers or books. 
d) Originals or photocopies of diplomas
e) Recommendations or references

The documents for application should be received by 17:00 on the June 

Address of the University office: 

The General Affairs Section (Shomu-ka)
Kobe City University of Foreign Studies
9-1 Gakuen-higashi-machi
Nishi-ku, Kobe 651-21
Phone: 81-78-794-8111
Fax: 81-78-792-9020

 *For more details, please write, fax or e-mail (not telephone) 
the above address or number.
 *Send your application documents by registered mail. Write in 
red on the envelope: Application: English Department.
Kobe City University of Foreign Studies
haruhiko Yamaguchi
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Message 3: Instructorship in Japanese

Date: Fri, 26 Apr 1996 09:49:43 EDT
Subject: Instructorship in Japanese



The Department of Asian Languages and Literatures invites
applications for a one-year three-quarter-time Instructorship in
Japanese language starting in September 1996. Preference
will be given to candidates with MA or higher in Japanese or Foreign
Language Education, experiences in proficiency-oriented
language instruction, native speaker level competency in Japanese
and English. Send vita, 3 letters of recommendation, and
statement of teaching interests to: Japanese Search
Committee, Asian Languages and Literatures, 26 Thompson
Hall, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 01003-7505 by
May 15. Successful candidates will be asked to send a videotaped
teaching demonstration. Applications will be reviewed until
position is filled. The University of Massachusetts is an Affirmative
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
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