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Wed Apr 9 2003

Jobs: Romance Linguistics: Professor (C3), U/Freiburg

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Message 1: Romance Linguistics: Professor (C3), University of Freiburg

Date: Tue, 08 Apr 2003 07:02:50 +0000
From: kabatek <kabatekuni-freiburg.de>
Subject: Romance Linguistics: Professor (C3), University of Freiburg



University or Organization: University of Freiburg/Germany
Department: Department of Romance Languages
Rank of Job: Professor (C3)
Specialty Areas: Romance Linguistics (French and Spanish)
Required Language(s):French (Code = FRN);Spanish (Code = SPN), 
Romance Family


Description:

The Department of Romance Philology is seeking to appoint a professor
(C3) of Romance Linguistics (French, Spanish; French and Spanish
Media). The professorship includes 8 hours of teaching per semester in
the different teaching areas of our department, especially in the
recently established BA-course FrankoMedia and IberoMedia, as well as
the collaboration with the Centre of French Studies
(Frankreich-Zentrum).

The University of Freiburg is seeking to increase the proportion of
women in the academic staff and therefore explicitely wants to
encourage women to apply. Applications of handicapped persons will be
privileged.

The application with CV, a description of the candidate's academic
career including teaching experience and a list of publications should
be adressed to the Dekanin der Philologischen Fakult�t, Frau
Prof. Dr. Elisabeth Cheaur�, Werderring 8, R�ckgeb�ude, D-79085
Freiburg/Germany
		


Address for Applications:

	Attn: Prof. Dr. Elisabeth Cheaur�
	University of Freiburg, 
	Dekanat der Philologischen Fakult�t
	Werderring 8, R�ckgeb�ude
	Freiburg, D-79085
	Germany 
 
	Applications are due by 05-May-2003


Contact Information:
	Prof. Dr. Johannes Kabatek
	Email: kabatekuni-freiburg.de
	Tel: +40-761-2033185
	Fax: +49-761-2033138
	Website: http://www.romanistik.uni-freiburg.de/
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