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Fri Dec 17 2010

Jobs: Bilingualism/Cognitive Ling: Lecturer, Bangor U., Gwynedd, UK

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        1.     Vyv Evans , Bilingualism And/or Cognitive Linguistics: Lecturer, Bangor University, Gwynedd, United Kingdom

Message 1: Bilingualism And/or Cognitive Linguistics: Lecturer, Bangor University, Gwynedd, United Kingdom
Date: 16-Dec-2010
From: Vyv Evans <v.evansbangor.ac.uk>
Subject: Bilingualism And/or Cognitive Linguistics: Lecturer, Bangor University, Gwynedd, United Kingdom
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University or Organization: Bangor University
Department: Linguistics and English Language
Job Location: Bangor, Wales, United Kingdom
Web Address: http://www.bangor.ac.uk
Job Rank: Lecturer

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Bilingualism and/or Cognitive Linguistics


Description:

Applications are invited for a full-time, permanent Lectureship in
Linguistics. The post is tenable from July 1st 2011 or as soon as possible
thereafter.

The School of Linguistics and English Language has two research priorities:
Cognitive Linguistics, and Bilingualism. The successful candidate will have
an established or emerging research programme, including publications,
which fits with one (or both) of these research priorities. Candidates will
have promise of producing research outputs at a level of international
excellence and clear and realistic plans for successful grant capture. In
addition, the successful candidate will be able to contribute to teaching
in the undergraduate programmes in Linguistics and English Language, as
well as one or more of the MA programmes, with evidence of teaching
excellence. The School offers four MAs: Anthropological Linguistics,
Bilingualism, Cognitive Linguistics, and Linguistics. Experience of
teaching and/or the ability to teach a selection of modules from the
following at undergraduate and postgraduate levels may be an advantage:
grammar, language acquisition, anthropological/cultural linguistics,
linguistic ethnography, language and mind/psycholinguistics, discourse
analysis, sociolinguistics. Applicants invited to interview will be asked
to submit two representative articles, and will be asked to give a
presentation providing an overview of their research.

Closing date for applications: 1.00 p.m. Monday 24th January, 2011.

Interviews will take place on 2nd March, 2011.

Application Deadline: 24-Jan-2011
Mailing Address for Applications:
Human Resources
Bangor University
Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 2DG
United Kingdom
Email Address for Applications: personnelbangor.ac.uk
Web Address for Applications: http://www.bangor.ac.uk/corporate/vacancies/home.php.en?jobdeta
Contact Information:
Professor Vyv Evans
Email: v.evansbangor.ac.uk
Phone: 01248383295

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