LINGUIST List 8.1375

Sat Sep 27 1997

Jobs: English conversation, Phonetics

Editor for this issue: Anita Huang <>


  1. Park, Myung-Kwan, English Conversation Instructors
  2. Stephen R. Anderson, Phonetics position at Yale

Message 1: English Conversation Instructors

Date: Sat, 27 Sep 1997 08:05:53 +0900
From: Park, Myung-Kwan <>
Subject: English Conversation Instructors

English Conversation Instructors 

Dongguk University, Seoul, South Korea, invites able and experienced
full-time instructors for teaching English Conversation to the young
undergraduate students, starting on March 1, 1998. People who want to be
interviewed for the position are encouraged to, as soon as possible,
send (i) a resume with a recent photo (with an applicant's date of
birth specified), and (ii) copies of diplomas and transcripts to the fax
at the Foreign Language Center at Dongguk University: 260 - 3691, by
hard mail to the following address: Foreign Language Center at Dongguk
University, 3-ga 26, Pil-dong, Chung-gu, Seoul, South Korea (zip code:
100-715), or to the phone number: 260 -3470/1, 

Foreign Language Center at Dongguk University
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Message 2: Phonetics position at Yale

Date: Fri, 26 Sep 1997 09:27:14 -0400
From: Stephen R. Anderson <>
Subject: Phonetics position at Yale

The Department of Linguistics at Yale University expects to make a senior
appointment in the field of linguistic phonetics, effective as of the
1998-1999 academic year. The appointee should have a proven record of
excellence in teaching and in research that bridges the study of speech as
an external, physical phenomenon and its abstract linguistic organization
(phonology). In line with our interest in developing the study of
Linguistics as an aspect of the study of the mind, the appointee should be
prepared to teach courses and conduct research bearing on the cognitive
underpinnings of speech and its relation to language. He or she will be
responsible for maintaining and developing our relation with the Haskins
Laboratories, a unique and invaluable resource for the study of phonetics
and related areas in the Yale community.

Applicants should send a current CV and the names of several potential
references by 15 December, 1997, to: Chair, phonetics search
committee; Department of Linguistics, 318 HGS, Box 208236 Yale
Station, New Haven, CT 06520-8236. We hope to interview potential
candidates at the Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting in New
York in January, 1998. Yale University is an Affirnmative
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, and especially encourages
applications from women and members of under-represented minorities.
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