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Thu Oct 2 2003

Jobs: Cognitive Ling: Temporary lecturer, U/Malm�

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Message 1: Cognitive Linguistics: Temporary lecturer, University of Malm�

Date: Thu, 02 Oct 2003 08:09:32 +0000
From: jean.hudson <jean.hudsonimer.mah.se>
Subject: Cognitive Linguistics: Temporary lecturer, University of Malm�



University or Organization: University of Malm�
Department: International Migration and Ethnic Relations
Rank of Job: Temporary lecturer
Specialty Areas: Critical DA and/or Language Acquisition
Required Language(s): English (Code = ENG)


Description:

PERIOD OF EMPLOYMENT
January - June 2004 (initially, with the likelihood of a further
extension of 6 months)

REQUIREMENTS
* PhD in a relevant field (see below)
* A cognitive-functional approach to linguistics
* Native speaker proficiency in English (any variety)

TEACHING DUTIES
Levels 1+2: 
* General linguistics and language study
* Grammar (essentially form/function analysis)

Level 3: 
* Critical Discourse Analysis and/or Language Acquisition
* Semantics
* Bilingualism and/or Corpus linguistics and/or Sociolinguistics

SALARY
27.000 SEK per month (approximately 36.000 Euros per annum) 

LANGUAGE-MIGRATION-GLOBALIZATION
Courses in English at Malm� University's School of International
Migration and Ethnic Relations (IMER) are primarily concerned with the
critical study of language as an expression of self and society, and
literature as individual and cultural expression. These are important
components in the broader field of 'communication', which is studied
in the context of migration and globalization, and the mulitcultural
and multilingual society in which we exist.

Students first learn the essential tools of linguistic and literary
analysis and then go on to apply their knowledge, gaining a better
understanding of how power structures and cultural values are created
and perpetuated through language and literature.

The appointed candidate will be expected to contribute to the School's
multidisciplinary approach to these key issues.

FURTHER INFORMATION
The University of Malm� is an equal opportunities employer. As more
than half of the English department at IMER are men, qualified women
are strongly encouraged to apply.

Interested applicants are invited to make informal contact with the
head of IMER's Language Department, Dr Jean Hudson
(jean.hudsonimer.mah.se).
	
	

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Nina Bark
	University of Malm�
	School of IMER
	Malm�, 205 06
	Sweden 
 
	Applications are due by 15-Nov-2003


Contact Information:
	Dr Jean Hudson
	Email: jean.hudsonimer.mah.se
	Tel: +46-709-655 405
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