LINGUIST List 7.738

Thu May 23 1996

Jobs: Applied Linguistics, Chair at U. of Copenhagen

Editor for this issue: T. Daniel Seely <>


  1. Daniel Seely, Applied Linguistics
  2. Maj-Britt Mosegaard Hansen, Chair at U. of Copenhagen

Message 1: Applied Linguistics

Date: Thu, 23 May 1996 09:28:16 EDT
From: Daniel Seely <>
Subject: Applied Linguistics

Second announcement--

 Dept. of Foreign Languages and Literature
 National Sun Yat-sen University
 Taiwan, Kaohsiung

 We have a tenure track position for the rank of assistant professorship
through full professorship starting August 1, 1996. The applicants must
have a Ph. D. degree in Applied Linguistics and have experience in teaching
ESL or EFL abroad. The appointee will be expected to help develop a
curriculum in the four language skills for our program. The appointee will
teach 8-10 hours a week in a four-year undergraduate English program, with
the incoming students' proficiency estimated as high-beginning or
low-intermediate. Our goal is to help students develop their English
ability in all the four skills and we expect them to reach the advanced
proficiency when they graudate from our program. It would be considered an
advantage if the applicants can provide examples of curriculum design and
explain the rationale behind the design.

 If you are qualified and interested in this position, please send,
either elctronically or by snail mail, a letter of application describing
experience and specialization, vita, transcripts and three letters of
recommendation to the following address:

 Search Committee
 Dept. of Foreign Languages and Literature
 National Sun Yat-sen University
 Kaohsiung, Taiwan

 Phone: 886-07-351-6171, ext. 3052
 fax: 886-07-531-9543
 email address:

All appliations will be acknowledged and the process of application will go
on until the position is filled.
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Message 2: Chair at U. of Copenhagen

Date: Thu, 23 May 1996 12:22:24 +0200
From: Maj-Britt Mosegaard Hansen <>
Subject: Chair at U. of Copenhagen

Source: Magisterbladet no. 8, 1996
University of Copenhagen
Chair in Romance languages, with special emphasis on French
To be filled as soon as possible
Applicants must have documented research abilities in modern French
and at least one other Romance language. All other things being
equal, an applicant with research competence in the diachronic
study of French will be preferred.
Applicants should be prepared to teach at all levels, undergraduate
and graduate, and to take on normal administrative duties. Non-
Danish speaking candidates are therefore required to learn Danish
within a maximum of two years.
Applications should include a cover letter, CV, a full list of
publications, indicating those works that the applicant considers most
relevant (three copies of each of these should be submitted with the
application), as well as documentation concerning teaching experience and
other qualifications.
The selection committee may request supplementary material from applicants.
The full report from the selection committe will be sent to all applicants.
Please note that the contents of the report with regard to other applicants
are to treated confidentially.
Applications, marked with the reference no. 04-211-52/96-4207, should be
addressed to the Rector of the University of Copenhagen, and mailed to
the Faculty of Arts, Njalsgade 80, 2300 Copenhagen S, Denmark. Applications
must be received no later than noon, 7 June 1996.
Further inquiries may be directed to Head of Department, Senior Lecturer
Hans Peter Lund, tel.: (+45)
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