LINGUIST List 10.1285

Fri Sep 3 1999

Jobs: South Asian Studies, TEFL/General Linguistics

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  1. International and Area Studies, South Asian Studies - University of California, Berkeley
  2. Robert O'Dowd, TEFL and General Linguistics - Visiting Lectureship in Spain

Message 1: South Asian Studies - University of California, Berkeley

Date: Mon, 30 Aug 1999 11:54:56 -0700
From: International and Area Studies <iasuclink4.berkeley.edu>
Subject: South Asian Studies - University of California, Berkeley


The University of California, Berkeley invites applications for a
tenured position in South Asian Studies beginning in the 2000-2001
academic year. Candidates in any social science discipline whose work
is committed to the study of contemporary India will be considered.
The appointment will be made to the department of the successful
applicant's expertise. Capacity and willingness to serve a term at
some point in the future as the chair of Berkeley's Center for South
Asian Studies also will receive positive consideration. It is expected
that an endowed Chair in India Studies will accompany the
appointment. Applications with vitae, names of at least three
references, and other relevant supporting materials should be sent to
Ms. Gail Stern, South Asia Search Committee, International and Area
Studies, 260 Stephens Hall, University of California, Berkeley
94720-2300 by October 31, 1999. The University of California is an
Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer.


Thank you.

Sincerely,
Gail Stern
Executive Assistant to the Dean
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Message 2: TEFL and General Linguistics - Visiting Lectureship in Spain

Date: Thu, 02 Sep 1999 18:28:07 +0200
From: Robert O'Dowd <dfmrounileon.es>
Subject: TEFL and General Linguistics - Visiting Lectureship in Spain

The English Department of the University of Leon, Spain, is seeking a
candidate to fill a position as visiting professor for a one to three
year contract. Candidates must be native speakers of English and
should hold a degree in English or Linguistics (preferably PhD or
MA). They should also have demonstrable experience in the teaching of
Linguistics and English as a foreign language. Interested candidates
should forward their applications and CVs as soon as possible to:

Dr. Manuel Broncano, Director of the Departmento de Filologia Moderna,
Facultad de Filosofia y Letras, Universidad de Leon, 24071 Leon, Spain. 
e-mail: dfmmbrunileon.es. 
Fax: # 987-291099
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