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Thu Jan 18 2001

Jobs: Neuroling: Asst Prof, McGill U, Quebec, Canada

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  1. Prof.Jonathan D. Bobaljik, Neuroling: Asst Prof at McGill U, Quebec, Canada

Message 1: Neuroling: Asst Prof at McGill U, Quebec, Canada

Date: 15 Jan 2001 21:09:37 -0000
From: Prof.Jonathan D. Bobaljik <jbobalpo-box.mcgill.ca>
Subject: Neuroling: Asst Prof at McGill U, Quebec, Canada


Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: Neurolinguistics
Other Desired Areas: bilingualism
University or Organization: McGill University
Department: Linguistics
State or Province: Quebec
Country: Canada
Final Date of Application: 8 March 2001
Contact: Prof. Jonathan D. Bobaljik jbobalpo-box.mcgill.ca

Address for Applications:
1085 Dr. Penfield Ave.
Montreal
Quebec H3A 1A7
Canada

The Department of Linguistics, McGill University, invites applications
for a one-year position in Neurolinguistics at the rank of Assistant
Professor, effective September 1, 2001. 

Qualifications: Ph.D. in Linguistics with teaching experience
preferred. The candidate will be expected to teach at the
undergraduate and graduate levels and to be involved in graduate
student supervision.

Course load will be four semester courses chosen primarily from the
following areas: neurolinguistics, bilingualism, introduction to
language, and introduction to linguistics. The content of all courses
will be set within the framework of current generative linguistic
theory.

Salary: $43,000.
Deadline for application: 8 March 2001.
(Applications considered until position is filled.)

McGill is committed to equity in employment.

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, priority will be
given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.

Please send applications and supporting documents (including three
letters of recommendation) to:

Chair, Neurolinguistics Search Committee
Department of Linguistics
McGill University
1085 Dr. Penfield
Montr�al, Qu�. H3A 1A7
CANADA

tel: (514) 398-4222
fax: (514) 398-7088
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