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LINGUIST List 20.557

Sat Feb 21 2009

Jobs: General Ling & Germanic; Romance: Prof W2/W3, Freie Universität

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        1.    Stefan Müller, General Linguistics & Germanic; Romance: Professor W2/W3, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany


Message 1: General Linguistics & Germanic; Romance: Professor W2/W3, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Date: 21-Feb-2009
From: Stefan Müller <Stefan.Muellerfu-berlin.de>
Subject: General Linguistics & Germanic; Romance: Professor W2/W3, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
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University or Organization: Freie Universität Berlin
Department: Institut für Deutsche und Niederländische Philolog
Job Location: , Germany
Web Address: http://www.geisteswissenschaften.fu-berlin.de/we04/
Job Rank: Professor W2/W3

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Morphology,Syntax,Semantics,Pragmatics,Acquisition,Historical, Psycho

Required Language(s): Germanic
                                 Romance

Description:

The Freie Universität Berlin is hiring five Professors (tenured). We are
looking for

1) a professor for Modern English (W2/W3)
2) a professor for Romance linguistics (Galloromanistik) (W2/W3)
3) a professor for Romance linguistics (Italoromanistik) (W2)
4) a professor for German linguistics / historical linguistics (W2)
5) a professor for German linguistics / pragmatics (W2)

For the pragmatics position a background in semantics and/or
psycholinguistics is desirable. The area of specialization for the other
positions is not fixed. We try to hire a balanced team. In particular we
are looking for morphology, semantics, psycholinguistics, language
acquisition. We already have people working in syntax and phonology, but
outstanding researchers working in these domains are welcome to apply as
well, provided they have a focus on the languages mentioned in the official
job descriptions.

We are a very open group of linguists at the FU coming from different
frameworks like Minimalism, HPSG, and CxG. We are looking for people who
want to contribute to our lively discussions and to respective research
projects that are planned in the future.

The official announcement can be found here:

http://www.fu-berlin.de/service/stellen/prof/

For questions regarding the positions for German linguistics, please
contact Stefan Müller. For questions of Romance linguistics, please contact
Guido Mensching or Uli Reich.

Questions regarding English should be addressed to one of the persons
mentioned above.

Application Deadline: 19-Mar-2009
Mailing Address for Applications:
Dekanat
Freie Universität Berlin
Fachbereich Philosophie und Geisteswissenschaften
Habelschwerdter Allee 45
Berlin D-14195
Germany
Contact Information:
Stefan Müller
Email: Stefan.Muellerfu-berlin.de

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