LINGUIST List 7.641

Wed May 1 1996

Jobs: Japanese, Ling dept at the U of Rochester

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  1. "Mitsuaki Shimojo", job opening: Japanese
  2. Peter Lasersohn, Linguistics Dept at the University of Rochester

Message 1: job opening: Japanese

Date: Wed, 01 May 1996 14:05:28 CST
From: "Mitsuaki Shimojo" <MSHIMOJOwoodsquad.as.ua.edu>
Subject: job opening: Japanese


Dear LINGUIST Subscribers,
We'd appreciate your passing on the following information to potential
applicants. Thank you.


POSITION AVAILABLE

Applications are invited for the position of a temporary full-time
instructor of Japanese language beginning August 1996. Qualifications:
(1) An M.A. in Japanese linguistics, literature, or a related field,
(2) native or near native fluency in Japanese, and (3) prior teaching
experience at the university or college level. Teaching responsibility
on Elementary & Intermediate or Advanced level. Special consideration
for candidate able to teach a course in Business Japanese. Salary
competitive. For full consideration, send letter of application, C.V.,
and two letters of recommendation immediately to: Ronald R. Robel,
Director, Critical Languages Center, Box 870246, University of
Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL 35476-0246. Phone: (205) 345-9634. Review of
applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is
filled. AA/EOE.
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Message 2: Linguistics Dept at the University of Rochester

Date: Tue, 30 Apr 1996 16:00:20 EDT
From: Peter Lasersohn <lasersohling.ling.rochester.edu>
Subject: Linguistics Dept at the University of Rochester
One-Year Visiting Position (Semantics)

The Linguistics Department at the University of Rochester has an
opening for a one-year visiting assistant professor with a primary
specialty in (formal) semantics beginning in September, 1996. The
position requires teaching 4 courses, two at the undergraduate level,
and two at the graduate level (including a research seminar and if
possible a course in DRT). A strong record of research and teaching
are most desirable. Salary commensurate with experience.

Please send a vita, samples of written work, and three letters of
recommendation to:

Semantics Visitor Search
Dept. of Linguistics
514 Lattimore Hall
University of Rochester
Rochester, NY 14627

Deadline is May 17, 1996


The University of Rochester is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
Employer

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