LINGUIST List 10.1366

Thu Sep 16 1999

Jobs: Hispanic Ling, Asst Prof/Univ of Pittsburgh

Editor for this issue: Lydia Grebenyova <lydialinguistlist.org>


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  • Gerry, Assistant Professor of Hispanic Linguistics
  • Alan Juffs, Assistant/Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh

    Message 1: Assistant Professor of Hispanic Linguistics

    Date: Thu, 16 Sep 1999 14:13:33 -0400
    From: Gerry <ggreenbemailbox.syr.edu>
    Subject: Assistant Professor of Hispanic Linguistics


    Syracuse University. Assistant Professor of Hispanic Linguistics. Tenure-track. Ph.D. Teach undergraduate and M.A. courses for Spanish and Linguistics programs. Primary teaching responsibilities: Hispanic linguistics (a variety of courses) and general phonological theory. Additional responsibilities include Romance and possibly French linguistics. Languages of instruction are Spanish, and English, (and possibly French), as appropriate. Research specialization: phonological theory. Cover letter, dossier (cv, 3 letters of recommendation, evidence of teaching excellence) to Gerald R. Greenberg, Chair/Languages, Literatures, Linguistics, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, 13244-1160. Submission deadline: December 3, 1999. Women, minorities urged to apply: AA/EOE employer.

    Gerald R. Greenberg ggreenbemailbox.syr.edu Chair Department of Languages, Literatures & Linguistics Associate Professor of Russian and Linguistics 340D H.B. Crouse Hall Syracuse University Syracuse, NY 13244-1160 USA 315-443-5378 office phone 315-443-5376 fax


    Message 2: Assistant/Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh

    Date: Thu, 16 Sep 1999 13:10:40 -0400 (EDT)
    From: Alan Juffs <juffs+pitt.edu>
    Subject: Assistant/Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh


    The University of Pittsburgh, Department of Linguistics, invites applications for TWO tenure track positions beginning fall 2000. One appointment will be at the assistant professor level and one may be at the associate professor level if a candidate has the appropriate experience and an established national reputation. Both positions are subject to budgetary approval. Women and members of under-represented minority groups are especially encouraged to apply. Applicants must have a solid training in linguistic description and analysis, as well as competence in one or more of the following areas: American Indian Languages, sociolinguistics and/or sociology of language, and descriptive linguistics. Preference will be given to candidates with language breadth and/or expertise in computational or quantitative methodologies. Candidates should send a CV (including a list of funded research if applicable), a statement of research and teaching interests, copies of 2 reprints or other written work, teaching evaluations (if available), and the names of three references. Reference letters should be sent directly to the search committee. Send materials to: Search Committee, Dept. of Linguistics, 2816 CL, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 15260; (412) 624 5900; Fax (412) 624 6130. E-mail inquiries should be directed to Alan Juffs, Chair, at juffs+pitt.edu. The web page for the Department is http://www.linguistics.pitt.edu/. To ensure full consideration, complete applications should be received by December 1, 1999. Preliminary interviews will be held at the LSA meeting in Chicago in January 2000. The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity employer.