LINGUIST List 9.1579

Tue Nov 10 1998

Jobs: General ling., Child language, SLA & Applied

Editor for this issue: Brett Churchill <brettlinguistlist.org>


Directory

  1. David Carkeet, Assistant Professor of Linguistics: Grammar, History, and Intro.
  2. Wayne Cowart, Instructor / Child Language University of Southern Maine
  3. Doris Payne, University of Oregon SLA & Applied Position

Message 1: Assistant Professor of Linguistics: Grammar, History, and Intro.

Date: Thu, 05 Nov 1998 10:15:01 -0600
From: David Carkeet <engdcarkjinx.umsl.edu.umsl.edu>
Subject: Assistant Professor of Linguistics: Grammar, History, and Intro.

The University of Missouri-St. Louis Department of English seeks
applications for an Assistant Professor in linguistics to teach courses
in the history of the English language, English grammar, and
introductory linguistics. A second teaching field is desirable. This
tenure-track position begins in the fall of 1999. Candidate must have
Ph.D. by August 1999. Will interview at MLA. Send letter of
application, CV, and complete dossier by Dec. 7 to David Carkeet, Search
Committee Chair, Department of English, University of Missouri-St.
Louis, 8001 Natural Bridge Road, St. Louis, MO 63121-4499. The
University of Missouri-St. Louis is an equal opportunity/affirmative
action employer committed to excellence through diversity.

www.umsl.edu/divisions/artscience/english
david_carkeetumsl.edu
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Message 2: Instructor / Child Language University of Southern Maine

Date: Thu, 5 Nov 1998 11:58:00 -0500
From: Wayne Cowart <cowartusm.maine.edu>
Subject: Instructor / Child Language University of Southern Maine


Position Announcement

Instructor / Child Language

The Linguistics Program at the University of Southern Maine has an opening
for Spring 1999 for a part-time Instructor to teach two sections of an
undergraduate course titled "Child Language". We are looking for a
candidate with excellent teaching skills and a broad command of linguistics
and the field of first language acquisition. ABD PhD candidates are
especially encouraged to apply. For Spring 1999 (1/11 - 5/1), both
sections will meet on Monday, one from 4 to 6:30 and another from 7 to
9:30. In future semesters the schedule could be adjusted to accommodate
the Instructor. Salary will be in the range $1,854 - $2,445 per course,
depending upon experience. Travel time from Boston to Portland is about 2
hours.

If you are interested in this position (or know someone who may be) please
contact Prof. Dana McDaniel at (207) 780 4592; fax (207) 780 5561;
rxa364usm.maine.edu. Dana will be at the BU Child Language Conference and
would like to meet candidates there. Please post a note on the conference
notice board to reach her. Candidates should submit as soon as possible a
letter, CV, and a letter of reference from someone familiar with the
candidate's teaching experience.

Mailing Address:
Linguistics Program
University of Southern Maine
96 Falmouth St.
Portland, ME 04104-9300

The University of Southern Maine is an equal opportunity employer.


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Wayne Cowart
 / Prof. of Linguistics
 / Director, USM Core Curriculum
University of Southern Maine
96 Falmouth St.
Portland, ME 04104-9300

USM Linguistics Webpage: http://www.usm.maine.edu/~lin
E-mail: cowartusm.maine.edu
Phone:(207)780-4477 FAX:(207) 780-5561 TTY:(207) 780-4069

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Message 3: University of Oregon SLA & Applied Position

Date: Mon, 09 Nov 1998 09:53:40 -0800
From: Doris Payne <dlpayneOREGON.UOREGON.EDU>
Subject: University of Oregon SLA & Applied Position

The Linguistics Department at the University of Oregon has a
tenure-track opening for an Assistant Professor of Linguistics with
specialization in Second Language Acquisition and Applied Linguistics,
beginning Fall 1999. Salary is competitive depending on qualifications
and experience. The successful candidate must hold a doctorate at time
of appointment; have excellent qualifications for undergraduate and
graduate teaching and for directing graduate research; and demonstrate
an excellent research and publication program in empirical, functional,
and cognitive approaches to second language acquisition and in at least
one of the following specializations: language teaching, language
planning, minority language development and maintenance. Experience
working with K-12 second-language teachers and with intensive-
English-language programs is desirable.

The Linguistics Department of the University of Oregon has a
long-standing commitment to typological and functional approaches to
linguistics, the study of minority languages, and language acquisition,
and has a growing program in empirical psycholinguistics. Applicants
are encouraged to visit our web site at http://logos.uoregon.edu/uoling/
for further information about the Department.

Consideration of applications will begin January 1, 1999 and will
continue until the position is filled. To apply, send a letter of
application, CV, three letters of reference and representative
publications to:

SLA Search Committee
Department of Linguistics
University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403
USA

The University of Oregon is an AA/EO Institution.
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