LINGUIST List 8.1650

Mon Nov 17 1997

Jobs: Spanish Applied Ling/SLA, Syntax

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  1. atp2, Spanish Applied linguist
  2. Susan Pintzuk, Research Assistant

Message 1: Spanish Applied linguist

Date: Mon, 17 Nov 1997 12:04:54 -0500
From: atp2 <atp2psu.edu>
Subject: Spanish Applied linguist

Assistant/Associate Professor of Second Language Acquisition/Applied
Linguistics

Tenure track, Ph.D., commitment to research, evidence of teaching
effectiveness, and near-native proficiency in Spanish and English required.
 Will supervise approximately 45 teaching assistants in well-established
basic language program. Willingness to teach graduate seminars and all
levels of undergraduate courses expected. Strong publication record
required for appointment at the associate level. Send complete dossier to
Donna M. Rogers, Head, Box 1. Applications received by November 21 will be
assured of consideration, however, all applications will be considered
until the position is filled. AA/EOE

Penn State University
Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese
352N Burrowes Building
University Park
Pennsylvania 16802

www2.la.psu.edu/sip/home/welcome.htm
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Message 2: Research Assistant

Date: Mon, 17 Nov 97 19:05:10 0000
From: Susan Pintzuk <sp20york.ac.uk>
Subject: Research Assistant

RESEARCH ASSISTANT
DEPARTMENT OF LANGUAGE & LINGUISTIC SCIENCE
UNIVERSITY OF YORK
HESLINGTON, YORK, UNITED KINGDOM

A Research Assistant is required to work under the direction of Dr S
Pintzuk on an ESRC-funded project entitled "The Syntax of Old English
Poetry". The project will develop a corpus-based analysis of the syntax
of Old English poetry, and a qualitative and quantitative comparison of
the syntax of the poetry and the prose. The responsibilities of the
Research Assistant will include the syntactic annotation of computerised
Old English poetic texts and participation in the analysis of data.

The ideal candidate will have a first degree in Linguistics (with
introductory courses in formal syntactic theory and/or Germanic syntax)
or in English (with courses in Old English and/or Middle English); a
solid reading knowledge of Old English; good computer skills; and
interests in the formal syntax of Old English, language variation and
change, quantitative analysis, and corpus linguistics. Prior knowledge
of and experience in at least one of the relevant areas will be a
prerequisite to appointment. If qualified, the Research Assistant may
register as a post-graduate student in the Department of Language &
Linguistic Science.

The post is part-time (50% of full-time) for a period of 28 months or
the equivalent, starting on 1 January 1998. The salary offered is
GBP 15,159 per annum, reduced pro rata for part-time work.

Informal enquiries may be made to Dr Susan Pintzuk (email:
sp20york.ac.uk or tel: +44 1904 432661).

Further information about the Department is available on the World Wide
Web: http://www.york.ac.uk/depts/lang/.

Further information about the research project is also available:
http://www.york.ac.uk/depts/lang/webstuff/appointments/.

Further particulars and details of how to apply may be obtained from the
Personnel Office, University of York, Heslington, YORK YO1 5DD (tel: +44
1904 434032 or email: jobsyork.ac.uk), quoting reference number 1/6067.
The closing date for applications is 1 December 1997.



Susan Pintzuk
Department of Language and Linguistic Science
University of York
Heslington, York YO1 5DD
United Kingdom
e-mail: sp20york.ac.uk
Telephone (direct line): +44 1904 432661
Telephone (department): +44 1904 432650
Fax: +44 1904 432673



Susan Pintzuk
Department of Language and Linguistic Science
University of York
Heslington, York YO1 5DD
United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 1904 432661
Fax: +44 1904 432652
E-mail: sp20york.ac.uk
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