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LINGUIST List 19.2271

Wed Jul 16 2008

Jobs: Native American Langs: Asst Prof, U California, San Diego

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        1.    Catherine Alioto, Native American Languages: Asst Prof, University of California, San Diego, USA


Message 1: Native American Languages: Asst Prof, University of California, San Diego, USA
Date: 16-Jul-2008
From: Catherine Alioto <caliotoucsd.edu>
Subject: Native American Languages: Asst Prof, University of California, San Diego, USA
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University or Organization: University of California, San Diego
Department: Linguistics
Job Location: California, USA
Web Address: http://ling.ucsd.edu
Job Rank: Assistant Professor

Specialty Areas: Native American Languages


Description:

The Department of Linguistics at the University of California, San Diego
(website listed above) invites applications for a tenure-track position in
the area of Native American languages. Scholars specializing in indigenous
languages of North, Central and South America are invited to apply. This
position is part of a 3-year campus initiative to hire scholars doing work
in the area of Indigenous and Native American Studies at UCSD.

Applicants should have a strong research program on Native American
language(s), including fieldwork and establishing relationships within
indigenous communities. Any subfield will be considered; however,
preference will be given to candidates who contribute to the department's
focus on experimental and theoretical linguistic research. A PhD or PhD
candidacy is required. Candidates should demonstrate research productivity,
undergraduate and graduate teaching ability, and extramural
funding potential. Duties include research, teaching, and
departmental/university service.

Please visit the online application link listed below for further application
information and requirements. For fullest consideration, all application
materials, including letters, should be received no later than December 1,
2008. Applicants who previously applied for the Indigenous Languages
position in 2007-08 will need to submit a new application. Salaries are in
strict accordance with UC pay scales. Non-citizens should state their
immigration status. UCSD is an equal opportunity/affirmative action
employer committed to excellence through diversity. Applicants are invited
to preview campus diversity resources and programs at the campus website
for Diversity http://diversity.ucsd.edu. Applicants are also invited to
include in their cover letters a personal statement summarizing their
contributions to diversity. This position is contingent upon the
availability of funding.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Web Address for Applications: http://ling.ucsd.edu/who/jobs.html
Contact Information:
Catherine Alioto
Email: caliotoucsd.edu

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