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Fri Feb 05 2010

Jobs: Psycholing or Ling Analysis of Sign Language: Prof (W2), Goethe-U

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        1.    Thomas Ede Zimmermann, Psycholinguistics or Linguistic Analysis of Sign Language: Professor (W2), Goethe-Universität, Germany

Message 1: Psycholinguistics or Linguistic Analysis of Sign Language: Professor (W2), Goethe-Universität, Germany
Date: 04-Feb-2010
From: Thomas Ede Zimmermann <t.E.Zimmermannlingua.uni-frankfurt.de>
Subject: Psycholinguistics or Linguistic Analysis of Sign Language: Professor (W2), Goethe-Universität, Germany
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University or Organization: Goethe-Universität
Department: Institut für Kognitive Linguistik
Job Location: Frankfurt am Main, Hessen, Germany
Web Address: http://www.uni-frankfurt.de/fb/fb10/dekanat/index.html
Job Rank: Professor

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Psycholinguistics; Linguistic Analysis of Sign Language


Description:

The Faculty of Modern Languages and Literature (Department of Cognitive
Linguistics) of Goethe University welcomes applications for a full-time
position in Linguistics at the level of professor (W2).

The ideal candidate will be specialised in either psycholinguistics or the
linguistic analysis of sign language, taking cognitive perspectives into
account. She will have a strong research record and documented teaching
experience in linguistics.

The candidate will be expected to teach courses at the undergraduate and
graduate levels and will also be involved in teachers training. Experience
in and novel ideas regarding the teaching of linguistic topics in school
would be an asset. A significant contribution to administration and to the
development of new academic programs will also be expected.

The position is subject to the requirements stipulated in paragraphs 7o(6)
and 71 of the 'Hessisches Hochschulgesetz'. In particular, the candidate
should have completed his/her habilitation or be able to demonstrate an
equivalent qualification.

Goethe University is an equal opportunities employer. Women are therefore
especially encouraged to apply. In accordance with current legislation,
preference will be given to handicapped persons with equal qualification.

Please send a letter of application, C.V., certificates, details of
teaching experience, and a list of publications to the address given below.
Please do not include any writing samples.

Applications received by February, 14th 2010 following the official
announcement of the position will be given full consideration.

Application Deadline: 14-Feb-2010
Mailing Address for Applications:
Dekan des Fachbereichs 10, Neuere Philologien
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität
Grüneburgplatz 1
Frankfurt am Main D-60629
Germany
Contact Information:
Dr. Martin Schuhmann
Email: M.Schuhmannlingua.uni-frankfurt.de

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