LINGUIST List 12.2466

Thu Oct 4 2001

Jobs: North European&Baltic Lang: Prof, Germany

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  1. Stig Eliasson, North European & Baltic Languages: Professorship, Mainz, Germany

Message 1: North European & Baltic Languages: Professorship, Mainz, Germany

Date: 4 Oct 2001 10:46:10 -0000
From: Stig Eliasson <eliassonmail.uni-mainz.de>
Subject: North European & Baltic Languages: Professorship, Mainz, Germany


Rank of Job: C 3 Professorship
Areas Required: North European & Baltic Languages
Other Desired Areas: Linguistics
University or Organization: University of Mainz
Department: General & Comparative Linguistics
State or Province: Rhineland-Palatinate
Country: Germany
Final Date of Application: October 29, 2001
Contact: Stig Eliasson eliassonmail.uni-mainz.de

Address for Applications:
Dekan, Johannes Gutenberg-Universit�t Mainz, Fachbereich 14:20,
Jakob-Welder-Weg 18
Mainz
 D-55099
Germany

The Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany, invites
applications for a tenured professorship in the Languages of the North
European and Baltic Countries (Sprachen Nordeuropas und des
Baltikums). Applicants should have a publication and research record
in at least one of the following fields: Scandinavian linguistics,
Baltic linguistics, or Baltic Finnic linguistics, and should be able
to initiate and direct research in all three areas. Besides core
components of language, special research and teaching emphases are
linguistic typology, areal linguistics, language contact, and
linguistic change in relation to languages of the North European and
Baltic region. Teaching (8 hours per week) is in German, but may be
conducted in English in the first one or two semesters. The
appointment is scheduled to begin on April 1, 2002 (alternatively, on
October 1, 2002). The Program of the Languages of the North European
and Baltic Countries is housed within the Department of General and
Comparative Linguistics. The City of Mainz is located in the Rhine
Valley not far from the Frankfurt International Airport (15-25 minutes
by direct train).

Deadline for receipt of applications is October 29, 2001. Applications
should be sent to: Dekan, Fachbereich 14 - Philologie II, Johannes
Gutenberg-Universit�t Mainz, Jakob-Welder-Weg 18, D-55099 Mainz,
Germany. Additional details are given in the official job announcement,
which can be retrieved at:

http://www.verwaltung.uni-mainz.de/dez2/personal/stellen/professoren/FB14a.htm


Stig Eliasson
Chair, Department of General and Comparative Linguistics
Program Director, Languages of the North European and Baltic Countries



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