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Wed Dec 20 2006
Jobs: Korean Lang and Ling: Lecturer, University of Oxfordshire
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Korean Language and Linguistics: Lecturer, University of Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
Message 1: Korean Language and Linguistics: Lecturer, University of Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
From: Charlotte Vinnicombe <charlotte.vinnicombeorinst.ox.ac.uk>
Subject: Korean Language and Linguistics: Lecturer, University of Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
University or Organization: University of Oxford
Department: Faculty of Oriental Studies
Web Address: http://www.orinst.ox.ac.uk/
Job Rank: Lecturer
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Korean Language and Linguistics
Required Language(s): Korean (kor)
University of Oxford, Faculty of Oriental Studies in association with Hertford
The Young Bin Min-KF University Lecturership in Korean Language and Linguistics
with Tutorial Fellowship at Hertford College, University Grade 10, £37,642 -
£50,589 per annum.
The University proposes to appoint a University Lecturer in Korean Language
and Linguistics in association with Hertford College. The appointment will run
from 1 September 2007, or as soon as possible thereafter.
The post represents an outstanding opportunity to take part in developing Korean
Studies and East Asian linguistics at the University of Oxford. The appointee
will be required to give lectures, classes, and tutorials at both graduate and
undergraduate levels in Korean Language and Linguistics, including language
teaching and general and advanced Korean linguistics; to take part in developing
courses and degrees in Korean Studies and in East Asian linguistics; to
coordinate teaching at all levels; to carry out research; to examine and
supervise graduate students, and to play a part in the administrative work of
the Faculty of Oriental Studies. The Lecturer will be expected to have a
primary expertise in Korean language and linguistics, with a competence to teach
and supervise over a wide range of topics within the field. He or she will have
near native fluency in modern
Korean, some knowledge of pre-modern Korean, and a demonstrable teaching
competence in East Asian Language and Linguistics. Applicants should hold,
or expect to hold by the start of the appointment, a doctorate in the broad
field of Korean Language and Linguistics, and be able to provide evidence of
their ability to teach at University level. The successful candidate must also
have substantial publications, or evidence of forthcoming substantial publications.
Further particulars, including details of how to apply, should be obtained from
http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/fp/ or from the office of The Faculty Board Secretary,
Oriental Institute, Pusey Lane, Oxford, OX1 2LE, tel. +44 1865 288200; fax no.
+44-(0)1865-278190; e-mail orientorinst.ox.ac.uk, to whom applications and
references should be sent not later than Thursday 25 January 2007. Interviews
will be held as early as possible thereafter.
Please note that the Oriental Institute will be closed from Friday 22 December
2006 to Tuesday 2 January 2007 inclusive.
The University is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
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