LINGUIST List 12.1917

Fri Jul 27 2001

Jobs: General Ling Full Prof, Univ/Bielefeld Germany

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  1. Dafydd Gibbon, General Linguistics Full Professor at Universitaet Bielefeld

Message 1: General Linguistics Full Professor at Universitaet Bielefeld

Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2001 21:12:36 +0200
From: Dafydd Gibbon <gibbonspectrum.uni-bielefeld.de>
Subject: General Linguistics Full Professor at Universitaet Bielefeld

 
		 Universit�t Bielefeld
 Fakult�t f�r Linguistik und Literaturwissenschaft

 announces a vacancy for a

 C4-Professur (Full Professor)
 in
 General Linguistics

The successful applicant will cover the main fields of General
Linguistics in research and teaching and have a core research area in
languague typology or cross-linguistic studies. On the methodological
side, it is intended that fieldwork methods, formal language
description and language documentation should be further developed and
linked with the department subdivisions such as "Sprachen und
Sprachtechnologien" or "Language and Cognition". The research
specialities of the successful candidate will be informed by modern
theories of language and grammar, and focus on a specific level of
language description and its interfaces with other levels. Cooperation
with other subjects in research and teaching is expected, particularly
in externally funded research collaborations and modular curricula.

Applicants must fulfil the employment conditions of $46 HG (university
degree, teaching ability, and in general a first class doctoral degree
and, where applicable, the post-doctoral habilitation degree).

Universit�t Bielefeld is an equal opportunities employer (see the
accompanying German text for details).

Applications should be sent with the usual documents (CV, list of
publications, list of classes held, copies of academic documents) by
31 August 2001 to:
Der Dekan,
Fakult�t f�r Linguistik und Literaturwissenschaft,
Universit�t Bielefeld,
Postfach 10 01 31,
D-33501 Bielefeld.
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