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Jobs: General Linguistics; Phonology; Syntax: Rank Open, Bar-Ilan U
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1. Sharon Armon-Lotem ,
General Linguistics; Phonology; Syntax: Rank Open, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Message 1: General Linguistics; Phonology; Syntax: Rank Open, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
From: Sharon Armon-Lotem <sharon.armon-lotembiu.ac.il>
Subject: General Linguistics; Phonology; Syntax: Rank Open, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
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University or Organization: Bar-Ilan University
Department: Department of English
Job Location: Ramat-Gan, Israel
Web Address: http://english.biu.ac.il/
Job Rank: Rank Open
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Phonology; Syntax
The Department of English at Bar Ilan University, Israel, is planning to
expand its linguistics program over the next few years. To this end, we are
seeking to make two appointments at an open rank, subject to budgetary
approval and the department needs.
Qualifications: Ph.D. in Linguistics with a specialization in a core area
of linguistics. Phonology and syntax are of particular interest. Secondary
specializations in sociolinguistics, child language acquisition and
language disorders, computational linguistics, or diachronic linguistics
would be an asset. Applicants should have a record of effective teaching at
the undergraduate and, if possible, graduate levels; and evidence of an
active research program.
The language of teaching in the department is English.
Candidates are invited to submit a CV, an updated list of publications, a
short letter summarizing his or her research activity and future research
plans, and names of three references who are leading specialists in their
areas of research.
Application materials should be sent via e-mail (subject line "Job
application - English Department") to:
- Prof. Joel Walters, Dean of Humanities joel.waltersbiu.ac.il
- Dr. Sharon Armon-Lotem, Chair, English Department
A review of applications will begin August 1st, 2011; however, the
positions will be open until filled.
All inquiries should be directed via email to Dr. Sharon Armon-Lotem.
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Email Address for Applications: sharon.armon-lotembiu.ac.il
Dr Sharon Armon-Lotem
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