LINGUIST List 21.4431
Fri Nov 05 2010
Support: Applied Ling, Socioling: PhD Student, U. of Luxembourg
Editor for this issue: Matthew Lahrman
1. Ingrid de Saint-Georges ,
Applied Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, Language Acquistion, Sociolinguistics: PhD Student, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Message 1: Applied Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, Language Acquistion, Sociolinguistics: PhD Student, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
From: Ingrid de Saint-Georges <Ingrid.desaintgeorgesuni.lu>
Subject: Applied Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, Language Acquistion, Sociolinguistics: PhD Student, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
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Institution/Organization: University of Luxembourg
Web Address: http://wwwen.uni.lu/university/jobs/flshase/doctorants_assistants
Duties: Research,Teaching,Project Work
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; Language Acquisition; Sociolinguistics
The University of Luxembourg offers support for a Junior Researcher (Ph.D. Student)in the field of Sociolinguistics in educational contexts(M/F).
The Ph.D. student will join the Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Artsand Education (FLSHASE). S/he will be a member of the LCMI research unit(Language, Culture, Media, Identities). The multidisciplinary research unit focuses onresearch on sociocultural and interactional processes of learning and developmentwithin multilingual and multicultural contexts.
The successful applicant will have a Master (or equivalent) in linguistics, education orrelated domain. He/She will be familiar with aspects of at least one of the followingframeworks: mediated discourse analysis, situated approaches to learning,multimodal approaches to discourse, critical discourse analysis, interactionalsociolinguistics, or related approaches.
S/he will be interested in developing research in one of the following areas : role oflanguage in learning and change, work and workplace learning ; language in theworkplace; vocational teaching and training, transitions across spaces of learning;novice/expert teacher's practices ; dynamics of learning and change ; classroominteractions ; tutoring practices, time and learning.
The successful applicant will be willing and able to engage in ethnographic fieldworkin multilingual and multicultural environments.
As the candidate has to integrate into a multilingual research team, s/he hasexcellent command of at least two of the following languages: English, German,French (written and spoken). Command of Luxembourgish and/or Portuguese as wellas knowledge of the Luxembourgish context would be a plus.
The University offers attractive remuneration.
Applications Deadline: 27-Nov-2010
Mailing Address for Applications:
Attn: Ms Marianne Graffé University of Luxembourg, FLSHASE/LCMI Campus Walferdange Walferdange 7220 Luxembourg
Dr. Ingrid de Saint-Georges Ingrid.desaintgeorgesuni.lu
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