LINGUIST List 9.1322

Thu Sep 24 1998

Jobs: SLA sociolinguist, General & Applied linguist

Editor for this issue: Brett Churchill <>


  1. James P. Lantolf, SLA/Spanish
  2. Marianna Di Paolo, University of Utah linguistics

Message 1: SLA/Spanish

Date: Tue, 22 Sep 1998 14:55:22 -0400
From: James P. Lantolf <>
Subject: SLA/Spanish

Department of Spanish, Italian, Portuguese. Pennsylvania State University.
N-352 Burrowes Buildilng. University Park, PA 16802. 

Spanish: Second Language Acquisition with specialization in
sociolinguistics (some combination of: language contact, bilingualism,
dialectology, including U.S., etc). Subspecialty in phonology
preferred. Rank open. Tenure track. Fall 1999. Ph.D., near native
proficiency in Spanish and English, and commitment to research
required. Must be willing to teach graduate seminars, direct graduate
students, and teach undergraduate courses. Send complete dossier to
Terry J. Peavler, Interim Head, Box 2. Applications received by
November 30 will be assured of consideration. However, the search
will continue until the position is filled. An Affirmative
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged
to apply.

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Message 2: University of Utah linguistics

Date: Wed, 23 Sep 1998 17:37:00 -0600 (MDT)
From: Marianna Di Paolo <>
Subject: University of Utah linguistics

The Linguistics Program at the University of Utah invites applications for
4-6 non-tenure track clinical assistant professors beginning July 1, 1999.
Ph.D. in linguistics, applied linguistics or a closely allied field
required. (ABD considered.) Duties include teaching eight courses per
year, consisting of four sections each of two M.A. level courses per year:
Graduate Survey of Linguistics and Pedogogical Structure of English. These
courses form part of a large-scale TESL certification program for public
school teachers. (Total number of positions available subject to
enrollment in the courses.) Demonstrated ability to teach linguistics
required; background in FL or ESL teaching preferred. Salary competitive;
full benefits. Two-year contract; second-year renewal subject to
performance review at the end of the first year. Send a cover letter, CV
and three letters of reference to: Marianna Di Paolo, Chair of Search
Committee, University of Utah, Linguistics Program, 255 S. Central Campus
Dr. Rm. 2328, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112-0492. Deadline for full
consideration December 1, 1998, but positions will remain open until
filled. Interviews at the LSA meeting. The University of Utah is an Equal
Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer and encourages applications from
women and minorities, and provides reasonable accommodation to the known
disabilities of applicants and employees.

Marianna Di Paolo
University of Utah
Linguistics Program
255 S Central Campus Dr Rm 2328
Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0492
FAX 801-585-6255
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