LINGUIST List 9.1049

Sun Jul 19 1998

Jobs: PhD Scholarships, English and Trans Theory

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  1. Birgit Kaiser, PhD-positions at the University of Tuebingen
  2. Chair, Language Division, English and Translation Theory

Message 1: PhD-positions at the University of Tuebingen

Date: Tue, 14 Jul 1998 13:36:02 +0200
From: Birgit Kaiser <birgit.kaiseruni-tuebingen.de>
Subject: PhD-positions at the University of Tuebingen

Universitaet Tuebingen

Graduiertenkolleg "Integriertes Linguistik-Studium"


Ausschreibung:

Im Graduiertenkolleg "Integriertes Linguistik-Studium" werden zum
Wintersemester 1998/99 zwei Doktoranden-Stipendien vergeben. Die
thematische Ausrichtung des Kollegs besteht in Allgemeiner und
Theoretischer Sprachwissenschaft sowie in deren Verbindung mit anderen
linguistischen Disziplinen wie der Sprachphilosophie, den
Einzelphilologien, der Computer-linguistik und den relevanten
Disziplinen der Kognitionswissenschaften.

Die Foerderungsdauer betraegt im Regelfall zwei Jahre. Voraussetzung
fuer die Bewerbung ist ein qualifizierter Studienabschluss auf einem
dieser Gebiete. Bewerbungshoechstalter: in der Regel 28 Jahre.

Bewerbungen sind (unter Beifuegung von Zeugniskopien, Lebenslauf, der
Skizze eines moeglichen Forschungsprojektes und mindestens einem
Gutachten) bis zum 31.8.1998 zu richten an den Sprecher des
Graduiertenkollegs, Prof. Dr. T. Berger, Universitaet Tuebingen,
Seminar fuer Sprachwissenschaft, Wilhelmstr. 113, D-72074 Tuebingen.
Anfragen per e-mail bitte an: birgit.kaiseruni-tuebingen.de Homepage:
http://www.sfs.nphil.uni-tuebingen.de/GK/

Die Universitaet Tuebingen strebt eine Erhoehung des weiblichen
wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchses an und fordert deshalb Frauen
ausdruecklich zur Bewerbung auf.
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Message 2: English and Translation Theory

Date: Thu, 16 Jul 1998 13:07:32 +0900
From: Chair, Language Division <languageicu.ac.jp>
Subject: English and Translation Theory

ENGLISH EDUCATION AND TRANSLATION THEORY IN TOKYO

The Department of English, Division of Languages at International
Christian University (ICU) announces a tenure-track opening at the
assistant, associate or full professor level.

The candidate must have a specialized interest in teaching English for
academic purposes in an intensive English Language Program and be
qualified to teach comparative studies in English and Japanese with
emphasis on translation theory and semantics. The starting date is
September 1, 1999, for an initial three-year contract. In addition to
teaching responsibilities, the successful candidate should be willing
to take on administrative responsibilities in the English Language
Program and university-wide committee work.

Requirements: Doctorate in hand in Applied Linguistics, English
Language, Linguistics, or a related field, publications and evidence
of scholarly potential, Japanese/English bilingual
competence. Teaching experience at the university-level preferred.
International experience, administrative experience and interests
desirable.

Applications accepted from September 1, 1998 through November 15,
1998, or until the position is filled. Please send c.v., names and
addresses of 3 references to: Chair, Division of Languages,
International Christian University, 3-10-2 Osawa, Mitaka, Tokyo
181-8585, Japan. Fax +81-422-34-6983. E-mail (inquiries only)
<languageicu.ac.jp>

International Christian University (ICU) is a small private and
bilingual liberal arts university of high reputation based upon
Christian and democratic principles of education with 2,600 students
from Japan and many other nations, six divisions, and four graduate
programs. The campus is located on 156 wooded acres in the western
suburbs of Tokyo. Please refer to our home page for further details
about the university. <http://www.icu.ac.jp>; Chair, Language Division
International Christian University 3-10-2 Osawa, Mitaka, Tokyo 181,
Japan Telephone (0422)33-3557 Fax (0422)34-6983
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