LINGUIST List 14.2685

Sun Oct 5 2003

Jobs: Applied Hispanic Syntax: Asst Prof, Syracuse U

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Message 1: Applied Hispanic Syntax: Asst Prof, Syracuse University, NY, USA

Date: Sat, 04 Oct 2003 19:58:00 +0000
From: kornfilt <kornfiltsyr.edu>
Subject: Applied Hispanic Syntax: Asst Prof, Syracuse University, NY, USA



University or Organization: Syracuse University
Department: Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Syntax, Applied Linguistics, Dialect Research
Required Language(s): Spanish (Code = SPN)


Description:

Syracuse University: Two-year Assistant Professor position in Hispanic
Applied Linguistics, with a specialization in Spanish syntax.
Candidates must be capable of teaching theoretical and applied courses
in Spanish Linguistics; native or near-native fluency in Spanish is
required. Teaching responsibilities are two courses per semester at
both the undergraduate and MA levels. The person hired must have
Ph.D. in hand by August 2004. Salary will be competitive. Interviews
at the LSA annual meeting in Boston and at the MLA convention in San
Diego. 

Please send cover letter, dossier (CV, 3 letters of recommendation,
evidence of teaching excellence and representative articles and
papers) to:

Jaklin Kornfilt, Chair
Languages, Literatures and Linguistics, 
Syracuse, NY 13244-1160. 

Submission deadline: December 2, 2003. Women, minorities urged to
apply: AA/EOE employer.



Address for Applications:

	Attn: Professor Jaklin Kornfilt
	Syracuse University
	Department of LLL; 340 HBC
	Syracuse, NY 13244-1160
	United States of America 
 
	Applications are due by 02-Dec-2003


Contact Information:
	Professor Jaklin Kornfilt
	Email: kornfiltsyr.edu
	Tel: 315-443-5375
	Fax: 315-443-5376
	Website: http://lang.syr.edu

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