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Thu Nov 25 2010

Support: Language Contact/ Variation/ Change: PhD Student, LMU München

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        1.     Caroline Trautmann , General Linguistics, Language Contact/ Variation/ Change: PhD Student, LMU München, Germany

Message 1: General Linguistics, Language Contact/ Variation/ Change: PhD Student, LMU München, Germany
Date: 23-Nov-2010
From: Caroline Trautmann <trautmannlipp.lmu.de>
Subject: General Linguistics, Language Contact/ Variation/ Change: PhD Student, LMU München, Germany
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Institution/Organization: LMU München Department: 13.II Web Address: http://www.zsl.fak13.uni-muenchen.de

Level: PhD

Duties: Research

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics Language Contact, Language Variation, Language Change
Description:

The Munich Center for Language and Literature ('Zentrum für Sprach- undLiteraturwissenschaft', Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität) is offering up to 3 doctoralstudent positions (TV-L E13, 50%, 2,5 years with evaluation after the first year; startof employment May 2011) to work on a research project related to one of theCenter's linguistic focuses: 'Variation - Kontakt - Wandel' (Linguistics) or 'Figuren vonTextualität' (Linguistics and Literature). Further information regarding the researchdone at the Center is available at the center's website.The doctoral students participate in the International Doctoral Programme inLinguistics 'Language Theory and Applied Linguistics'. Further information regardingthe Doctoral Programme is available at http://www.lipp.lmu.de.

Application requirements are a university degree graded above average (MagisterArtium, diploma, state board examination, Master of Arts ('with thesis'), Maîtrise,Laurea, etc.) in a linguistic subject, very good knowledge of German, workingknowledge of English and at least one other language.

Applications Deadline: 15-Dec-2010

Web Address for Applications: http://www.zsl.fak13.uni-muenchen.de/Bewerbung

Contact Information:         Dr. Caroline Trautmann        trautmannlipp.lmu.de



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