LINGUIST List 10.1386

Wed Sep 22 1999

Jobs: French Ling:U of SC,Germanic Ling:Rice Univ

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  1. Stanley Dubinsky, French Linguistic: Asst Prof at Univ of South Carolina
  2. Philip W Davis, Germanic Ling: Asst Prof at Rice University/Update

Message 1: French Linguistic: Asst Prof at Univ of South Carolina

Date: Tue, 21 Sep 1999 17:43:12 -0400 (EDT)
From: Stanley Dubinsky <dubinskvm.sc.edu>
Subject: French Linguistic: Asst Prof at Univ of South Carolina


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* Tenure-track Assistant Professor of French, beginning Fall 2000. 
Ph.D.in French linguistics (in hand by August of 2000). Native quality 
French and English. Commitment to teaching elementary and 
intermediate French in a proficiency-based curriculum, as well as 
graduate-level courses in linguistics for our MA and MAT programs in French
and PhD program in Linguistics. Ability to teach medieval French studies 
a plus. To apply, please submit a cover letter and c.v. to 
Recruitment Committee, 
Department of French and Classics, 
University of South Carolina, Columbia, 
29208. 
EO/AA employer. www.cla.sc.edu/fren/index.htm
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Message 2: Germanic Ling: Asst Prof at Rice University/Update

Date: Mon, 20 Sep 1999 16:41:24 -0500
From: Philip W Davis <pwdrice.edu>
Subject: Germanic Ling: Asst Prof at Rice University/Update

 On September 15, on behalf of the faculty search committee at Rice
University, I posted a job description in Germanic linguistics to
Linguistlist. The notice appeared on September 16 and can be found in the
Linguist Job Listings under 10.1365.
 The present posting is to advise interested persons that the
University administration has since restricted the opening to the Assistant
Professor level only. The title and first paragraph should now read as
follows:

 Assistant Professor of Germanic Linguistics , Rice University

 The Department of German and Slavic Studies, Rice University, is
seeking to fill a tenure-track position in Germanic linguistics at the
level of assistant professor beginning fall, 2000. The Ph.D. is required
by June 2000.
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