LINGUIST List 12.2372

Tue Sep 25 2001

Jobs: General Ling: AsstProf - U/Houston TX USA

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  1. Dr.Michelle Moosally, General Linguistics: Asst Prof at Univ of Houston-Downtown, TX USA

Message 1: General Linguistics: Asst Prof at Univ of Houston-Downtown, TX USA

Date: 24 Sep 2001 17:29:17 -0000
From: Dr.Michelle Moosally <moosallymzeus.dt.uh.edu>
Subject: General Linguistics: Asst Prof at Univ of Houston-Downtown, TX USA


Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: General Linguistics
Other Desired Areas: syntax, language acquisition, ESL, morphology,
sociolinguistics, and/or discourse analysis
University or Organization: University of Houston-Downtown
Department: English
State or Province: Texas
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: none
Contact: Dr. Michelle Moosally moosallymzeus.dt.uh.edu

Address for Applications:
One Main Street
Houston
TX 77002
USA

Tenure Track Assistant Professor in the Department of English at the
University of Houston-Downtown, beginning August 2002. Specialization
in linguistics, preferably with a focus on syntax, language
acquisition, ESL, morphology, sociolinguistics, and/or discourse
analysis. Teaching assignments will include undergraduate courses in
introductory linguistics, history of the English language, and English
grammar, and may include service courses in composition, rhetoric, or
professional writing. We especially welcome applicants interested in
promoting connections between linguistics and other disciplines.

Ph.D. in hand by time of appointment preferred. Application deadline
for preliminary interviews at LSA or MLA is 15 November. Send letter,
vita, and photocopy of graduate transcript(s) to Dr. Jon Harned,
Chair, Linguistics Search Committee, Department of English, One Main
Street, Houston, TX 77002. UH-D is an urban, open-admissions
university with a multicultural student body; all full-time faculty
members regularly teach a 4/4 load. Budgeted salary $39,000. AA/EEO
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