LINGUIST List 9.1397

Thu Oct 8 1998

Jobs: Sociolinguistics, General

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  1. LINDAS, Sociolinguistics, McGill University
  2. Boyd Davis, Assistant Professor, UNC-Charlotte

Message 1: Sociolinguistics, McGill University

Date: Wed, 7 Oct 1998 10:55:12 EST
Subject: Sociolinguistics, McGill University

Applications are invited for a tenure-track position in Linguistics,
effective September 1, 1999. The applicant should specialize in
SOCIOLINGUISTICS. Ability to teach an advanced undergraduate course in
historical linguistics is highly desirable. Secondary research
interests in (a) experimental phonetics and/or (b) a non-Indo-European
language would be an asset. Teaching and research should be informed
by current generative grammatical theory with a focus on formal
constraints on code switching, language variation, and/or language

General qualifications: PhD in linguistics, and demonstrated
excellence in teaching and research in the area(s) of
specialization. Duties will include undergraduate and graduate
teaching, graduate research guidance, and departmental
responsibilities. Salary: $43,000. Deadline for applications: 15

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, this
advertisement is directed to Canadian citizens and permanent residents
in the first instance.

Please send cover letter, c.v., samples of research, and any
additional supporting documents to the address below. Three letters of
recommendation should be sent under separate cover.

	Professor Heather Goad
	Chair, Search Committee
	Department of Linguistics
	McGill University
	1001 Sherbrooke St. West
	Montreal, Quebec
	H3A 1G5
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Message 2: Assistant Professor, UNC-Charlotte

Date: Wed, 07 Oct 1998 07:04:11 -0400
From: Boyd Davis <>
Subject: Assistant Professor, UNC-Charlotte

 Full-time tenure-track position in linguistics and language studies
within English Department, beginning in fall, 1999. Ph.D. completed by date
of appointment, in applied linguistics; some background or experience with
non-I.E. or Native American language desirable. Undergraduate and graduate
(MA) students are predominantly pre-service and inservice teachers in
English, ESL, and related licensures, or professional writers/editors.
Teaching load (3/3) includes: graduate/undergraduate introduction to
language and language acquisition or language and culture; may be called on
to teach undergraduate/graduate courses in professional/technical
communication or composition. Send letter of interest, cv, and dossier
(including all graduate transcripts) to:

Professor Cy Knoblauch, Chair,
Department of English,
Charlotte, NC 28223

Screening begins November 5. Interviews will be conducted at MLA. AAEOE. 
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