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LINGUIST List 17.2365

Mon Aug 21 2006

Jobs: Typology: Asst Prof, University of Zürich

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        1.    Prof. Dr. Michele Loporcaro, Typology: Asst Prof, University of Zürich, Switzerland

Message 1: Typology: Asst Prof, University of Zürich, Switzerland
Date: 21-Aug-2006
From: Prof. Dr. Michele Loporcaro <institutsleitungspw.unizh.ch>
Subject: Typology: Asst Prof, University of Zürich, Switzerland

University or Organization: University of Zurich
Department: Department of General Linguistics
Web Address: http://www.spw.unizh.ch
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Language Description; Typology


The Philosophical Faculty invites applications for a temporary tenure as an
Assistant Professor for General Linguistics
limited to 3 years (with the possibility of an extension for up to 6 years).

The holder of the post will be expected to represent the field of General
Linguistics (with the emphasis on linguistic typology and description of
non-European languages) in research and teaching.

Qualified applicants must have the Habilitation or qualifications equalling
those of a Habilitation. The University of Zurich seeks to increase the
ratio of women in research and teaching positions and encourages qualified
female scientists in particular to submit their applications.

Application Deadline: This position has been filled.
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