LINGUIST List 10.198

Mon Feb 8 1999

Jobs: African Lang, Syntax or Phono/Phonetic/Hist

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  1. jef verschueren, African Lang; Prof at University of Gent in Belgium
  2. Badger, Syntax and Phono/phonetic/Historical; Visiting Asst Prof at Univ of Wisconsin

Message 1: African Lang; Prof at University of Gent in Belgium

Date: Fri, 05 Feb 1999 10:10:35 +0100
From: jef verschueren <verschuia.ua.ac.be>
Subject: African Lang; Prof at University of Gent in Belgium

Vacancy: professorship in African Languages and Literatures University
of Gent (Belgium), Dept. of African Languages and Cultures (head:
Prof. Dr. Jan Blommaert, tel #32-9-2643705, e-mail
<jan.blommaertrug.ac.be>)

The University of Gent, Faculty of Arts, invites applications for a
full-time tenure-track professorship rank 1 (lowest of 4 ranks) in the
field of African languages and literatures (Department of African
Languages and Cultures), to be filled by October 1, 1999.=20

Profile and requirements

1. PhD., doctorate or equivalent degree (cf. Art. 83, decree of
12/6/1991 on the universities of the Flemish Community); 2. Proof of
scientific research on languages and literatures from subsaharan
Africa, other than Afrikaans; 3. Demonstrable profound knowledge of at
least one subsharan-African language, and a basic knowledge of at
least one other subsaharan-African language, other than Afrikaans.

Modalities

-Selection will normally result in tenured appointment, with a
possibility of a three-year temporary appointment followed by tenure
after a positive evaluation of the appointee=92s performance.

-Applications (two copies) have to be sent by registered mail to the
Rector, University of Gent, Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 25, B-9000 Gent
(Belgium) by March 4, 1999. Candidates have to use standard
application forms for a =91ZAP=92-appointment, and applications must
be accompanied by certified copies of the relevant diplomas.

-Candidates are requested to enclose a selection of their publications
(three publications, with a total maximum of 100 pages) with their
application. The selection committee will also request information
from reference persons mentioned in the applications.

-Application forms, as well as information regarding the regulations
and the procedure for appointments at the University of Gent, can be
obtained from the Rector=92s office, University of Gent,
Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 25, B-9000 Gent (Belgium), tel
#32-9-2643130.=20
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Message 2: Syntax and Phono/phonetic/Historical; Visiting Asst Prof at Univ of Wisconsin

Date: Fri, 05 Feb 1999 15:21:18 -0800
From: Badger <alsihlerfacstaff.wisc.edu>
Subject: Syntax and Phono/phonetic/Historical; Visiting Asst Prof at Univ of Wisconsin

Announcing two positions for Academic Year 1999-2000
Department of Linguistics
University of Wisconsin - Madison

The Dept. of Linguistics at the University of Wisconsin - Madison
anticipates openings for two full-time Visiting Assistant Professors,
one with a specialty in SYNTAX, and the other with a specialization
(or combination of specializations) in PHONOLOGY, ARTICULATORY
PHONETICS, INSTRUMENTAL PHONETICS, or HISTORICAL LINGUISTICS.
Visiting faculty in the Dept. of Linguistics are expected to teach
five courses over the academic year. The appointments begin 23 August
1999. Salary competitive.

Application deadline: 1 March 1999.

Send application and three letters of recommendation to:

	Prof. Andrew L. Sihler
	Department of Linguistics
	1168 Van Hise Hall
	1220 Linden Drive
	Madison, Wisconsin 53706

Applicants worried about making the deadline should NOT fax
application materials; rather send an e-mail to linguistmacc.wisc.edu
saying that the application is on the way.

The University of Wisconsin is an Affirmative Action / Equal
Opportunity employer. Qualified women and minority candidates are
especially encouraged to apply.
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