LINGUIST List 21.3933|
Tue Oct 05 2010
Jobs: Lang Acq; Syntax; Jamaican Creole: PhD Position, U of Geneva
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Language Acquisition; Syntax; Jamaican Creole: PhD Position, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Message 1: Language Acquisition; Syntax; Jamaican Creole: PhD Position, University of Geneva, Switzerland
From: Stephanie Durrleman <stephanie.durrlemanunige.ch>
Subject: Language Acquisition; Syntax; Jamaican Creole: PhD Position, University of Geneva, Switzerland
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University or Organization: University of Geneva
Department: Department of Linguistics
Job Location: Geneva, Switzerland
Web Address: http://www.unige.ch/lettres/linguistique/
Job Rank: PhD Position
Specialty Areas: Language Acquisition; Syntax
Required Language(s): Jamaican Creole English (jam)
The Department of Linguistics at the University of Geneva is seeking a
3-year doctoral candidate in the context of a research project on the early
acquisition of Jamaican Creole. The doctoral candidate will benefit from a
Swiss National Fund fellowship (40'000 to 46'000 Swiss Francs a year).
We are looking for a native or near-native speaker of Jamaican or other
English-based creole interested in pursuing research under the supervision
of Stephanie Durrleman, Luigi Rizzi and Ur Shlonsky in collaboration with
the University of the West Indies and the University of Amsterdam.
The successful candidate must meet conditions for admission to Geneva's
Ph.D Program. In particular, she or he must have an MA in Linguistics with
good knowledge of Syntax and Language Acquisition. Knowledge of French is
The doctoral candidate will be expected to spend approximately 18 months
collecting and analyzing data in Jamaica, work that will include frequent
travel to and stays in Geneva. The last 18 months of the fellowship will be
spent in Geneva.
Application: Cover letter, CV and the names of 3 references sent by email
to stephanie.durrlemanunige.ch. Applications will be considered in the
order received. The fellowship could start as early as Feb. 1, 2011.
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Email Address for Applications: stephanie.durrlemanunige.ch
Dr. Stephanie Durrleman
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