LINGUIST List 8.1333

Sun Sep 21 1997

Jobs: U. of Maryland, Western Washington U.

Editor for this issue: Martin Jacobsen <martylinguistlist.org>


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  1. Amy Weinberg, Job Announcement
  2. Rosina Lippi-Green, Ling/Eng job; amended ad

Message 1: Job Announcement

Date: Thu, 18 Sep 1997 12:36:26 -0400 (EDT)
From: Amy Weinberg <weinbergumiacs.umd.edu>
Subject: Job Announcement


Position Announcement


The University of Maryland at College Park announces a new position in
the Philosophy of Linguistics. The position is tenure track at the
Assistant or Associate Professor level, to begin in the Fall semester
of 1998. This is a joint appointment bridging the Departments of
Linguistics and Philosophy, with the tenure home for the position to
be determined. We seek candidates with established records of research
excellence who are working on topics at the interface of syntax and
semantics. The candidate's work should complement research interests
of current faculty in both departments. A record of teaching
excellence is also desirable. Ph.D. is required by August, 1998. For
best consideration, applications should arrive by November 1,
1997. Applicants should send a complete dossier (letter of
application, CV, samples of published work) and arrange to have three
letters of recommendation sent to:



Professor Norbert Hornstein
Search Committee 
University of Maryland at College Park
1401 Marie Mount Hall
College Park, MA 20742

The University of Maryland is a AA/EO Title IX employer. Women and
minority candidates are especially encouraged to apply.
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Message 2: Ling/Eng job; amended ad

Date: Thu, 18 Sep 1997 10:24:48 -0700
From: Rosina Lippi-Green <rlgcc.wwu.edu>
Subject: Ling/Eng job; amended ad


This job announcement is amended from the one posted on Wed, 17 Sep
1997

WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

Bellingham, Washington

Department of English



LINGUISTICS, Assistant Professor, tenure-track position beginning in
September, 1998. Ph.D. required. The salary is competitive. Applicants
should provide evidence of effective teaching and show potential for
strong scholarship. We have a strong linguistics component in our
English studies and English education programs and are seeking
candidates with thorough training in theoretical linguistics with
ability to teach the history of English and introductory
syntax. Innovative approaches to integrating linguistics into an
English studies/education curriculum encouraged. Successful
candidates will also be expected to contribute to the department's
programs in literature, literacy, education, or composition.


We seek candidates who will provide cultural and experiential
diversity to the department. We will make a special effort to recruit
candidates from under-represented groups and will consider creative
hiring arrangements, such as shared appointments. We urge people of
color, women, Vietnam era and disabled veterans, and persons with
disabilities to apply. Send letter application, CV, and dossier to
Linguistics Search Committee, Department of English, Western
Washington University, Bellingham, WA 98225-9055. Interviews at
MLA. Screening begins October 27 and continues until position is
filled. WWU is an AA/EEO employer. To request disability
accommodations: (360) 650-3306; (360) 650-7606 (TTY).

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Initial applications should include a letter of interest and basic
dossier (three letters of reference and transcripts). Please include
names and contact information for persons supplying references. Please
do _not_ include teaching evaluations, writing samples or publications
at this time.

For further information, contact Rosina Lippi-Green at rlgcc.wwu.edu

!!!!!!!!!!!NOTE NEW AFFILIATION AND CONTACT INFORMATION!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Rosina Lippi-Green

http://www.umich.edu/~rosina/

use this url until further notice please

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rlgcc.wwu.edu

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Associate Professor 
English Department
Western Washington University
341 Humanities
Bellingham, Washington 98225-9005
360/650-3217 (direct line)
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