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LINGUIST List 17.3225

Mon Nov 06 2006

Jobs: Phonology: Researcher, Institut fuer Deutsche Sprache

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        1.    Renate Raffelsiefen, Phonology: Researcher, Institut fuer Deutsche Sprache, Germany


Message 1: Phonology: Researcher, Institut fuer Deutsche Sprache, Germany
Date: 06-Nov-2006
From: Renate Raffelsiefen <raffelsiefenids-mannheim.de>
Subject: Phonology: Researcher, Institut fuer Deutsche Sprache, Germany


Organization: Institut fuer Deutsche Sprache
Department: Abteilung Grammatik
Web Address: http://www.ids-mannheim.de
Job Rank: Researcher
Specialty Areas: Morphology; Phonetics; Phonology

Description:
The Institut für Deutsche Sprache is offering a 2 year half-time research
position, with the possibility of a 1 year extension, in a typological project
starting in January 2007 (cf. http://www.ids-mannheim.de/gra/eurostudien.html).
The research focuses on the phonetic/phonological evidence for word-internal
prosodic domains, with the goal of comparing the respective lexical
representations in the contrast languages (especially English, French, German,
Hungarian, and Polish). This research would also be well suited as a
dissertation project. Candidates are expected to have a university degree (at
the level of a
Master or PhD) in Linguistics. Disabled candidates are given a preference, if
equally qualified.

Please send your application to
Frau Prof. Dr. Gisela Zifonun
Postfach 106121
68016 Mannheim
Germany

Informal inquiries can also be directed to
Renate Raffelsiefen
Email: raffelsiefenids-mannheim.de

Application Deadline: 04-Dec-2006

Contact Information:
Renate Raffelsiefen
Email: raffelsiefenids-mannheim.de
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