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Tue Nov 12 2002

Jobs: Psycholing or Anthropological Ling: PostDoc, TX

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Message 1: Jobs: Psycholing Or Anthropological Ling: Post Doc, Rice Univ, TX, USA

Date: Tue, 12 Nov 2002 13:13:37 +0000
From: pwd <pwdruf.rice.edu>
Subject: Jobs: Psycholing Or Anthropological Ling: Post Doc, Rice Univ, TX, USA

University or Organization: Rice University
Department: Department of Linguistics
Rank of Job: Post Doc
Specialty Areas: Anthropological Linguistics, Psycholinguistics

Description:

The Department of Linguistics at Rice University invites applications
for a one-year post-doctoral fellowship for the 2003-2004 academic
year. The successful candidate will have an active research program in
an area of linguistics that complements the strengths of current
departmental faculty. Preferred areas are psycholinguistics (language
acquisition, neurolinguistics, and/or laboratory phonology) or
anthropological linguistics (Native American languages or endangered
languages more generally). The Post-Doctoral Fellow will interact with
faculty and graduate students and with programs outside the department
where appropriate, e.g. Cognitive Sciences. Teaching duties will
include one course per semester: a general course in linguistics and a
graduate seminar in his/her area of specialization.

Salary: $35,000. 

For full consideration, reply by January 31, 2003 with three letters
of recommendation to Chair, Department of Linguistics MS23, 6100 Main
St., Rice University, Houston, TX 77005.

E-mail: lingrice.edu
URL: http://www.linguistics.rice.edu
		
Address for Applications:

	Attn: Chair
	Department of Linguistics MS23
	6100 Main St., Rice University
	Houston, TX 77005
	United States of America 
	Applications are due by 31-Jan-2003


Contact Information:
	Program Chair.
	Email: lingrice.edu
	Website: http://www.linguistics.rice.edu
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