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Thu Jul 31 1997

Jobs: Cross-Cultural Pragmatics

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Message 1: RESEARCH STUDENTSHIP IN CROSS-CULTURAL PRAGMATICS

Date: Thu, 31 Jul 1997 10:36:07 +0100
From: Hughes, Graeme <g.d.hugheslancaster.ac.uk>
Subject: RESEARCH STUDENTSHIP IN CROSS-CULTURAL PRAGMATICS

LANCASTER UNIVERSITY
MODERN LANGUAGES/LINGUISTICS

RESEARCH STUDENTSHIP IN CROSS-CULTURAL PRAGMATICS

The Lancaster University consortium - Universities of Central
Lancashire, Lancaster, Sheffield, University College of St. Martin,
Lancaster and Homerton College, Cambridge - has been awarded 247k from
the H.e.f.c.e F.D.T.L. for a 3-year project on 'Developing
inter-cultural and socio-linguistic competence in university students
undertaking periods of study and work abroad: the identification and
dissemination of good practice'.

Suitably qualified graduates wishing to pursue a 3-year PhD research
programme monitoring/analysing the project are invited to apply for a
research studentship of 5000 + fees p.a. for the year beginning 1
October 1997, at Lancaster University. 

Applications by 25 August to R.H. Crawshaw, French Studies,
Lancaster University, LA1 4YN, England. Further details from Rosemary
Anderson at the same address - 01524 592669 - e-mail
r.andersonlancs.ac.uk
______________________________________________________

LANCASTER UNIVERSITY
MODERN LANGUAGES/LINGUISTICS

CROSS-CULTURAL PRAGMATICS ENQUIRY - PROJECT OFFICERS

The Lancaster University Consortium - Universities of Central
Lancashire, Lancaster, Sheffield, University College of St. Martin,
Lancaster and Homerton College, Cambridge - has been awarded 247,000
from the H.e.f.c.e. F.D.T.L. for a 3-year project on 'Developing
inter-cultural and socio-linguistic competence for periods of study
and work abroad: the identification and dissemination of good practice
in student support and guidance'.

Applications are invited for two posts of Project Officer, one
full-time, one 0.5-time, starting 1 September 1997 or soon after.
Project Officers will be based at Lancaster and responsible, under the
Director, for administering and helping devise the project. Together
with experience of residence in Europe and fluency in at least one of
French, German, Spanish or Italian, the ideal candidates will also
have computer and communication skills and organisational
experience. Initial salary 15,159 pounds. 

Applications, by 18 August, to Personnel Services, Lancaster
University, LA1 4YW, from whom also further particulars are available.
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