LINGUIST List 13.2387

Fri Sep 20 2002

Jobs: Spanish/Hispanic Ling: Asst Prof, TX, USA

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  1. sperez, Spanish & Hispanic Ling: Asst Prof, U of Texas at Brownsville, USA

Message 1: Spanish & Hispanic Ling: Asst Prof, U of Texas at Brownsville, USA

Date: Thu, 19 Sep 2002 15:47:56 +0000
From: sperez <sperezhp.utbtsc.edu>
Subject: Spanish & Hispanic Ling: Asst Prof, U of Texas at Brownsville, USA

University or Organization: The University of Texas at Brownsville
Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas Required: Linguistic Theories, Hispanic Linguistics
Required Language(s): Spanish (SPN)

Description:

ASSISTANT PROFESOR OF HISPANIC LINGUISTICS to teach courses in
Hispanic Linguistics. This is a full-time tenure track position.

Ph.D. in Hispanic, general, or educational linguistics at time of
appointment is required. Expertise in an applied field of Hispanic
Linguistics, such as sociolinguistics, bilingualism, dialtectology,
child language, heritage language teaching, or English/Spanish
translation and interpreting. Sub-specialization or substantial
experience in one of the following fields of formal linguistics is
also desirable: historical linquistics, phonology, syntax, or
discourse analysis.

Please submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, copies of
official transcripts (a copy is acceptable for applying), and a list
of five references with name, address and telephone number.

For more information visit our web site http://www.utb.edu/.

Address for Applications:
 Attn: Sr. HR Assistant Sylvia Perez
 Human Resources
 The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College,
 Brownsville, 
 TX 78520
 United States of America

 Position is open until filled.

Contact Information:
 Sr. H.R. Assistant Sylvia Perez.
 Email: sperezhp.utbtsc.edu
 Tel: (956) 544-8205
 Fax: (956) 982-0175
 Website: http://www.utb.edu

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