LINGUIST List 3.192

Thu 27 Feb 1992

Jobs: Arabic, Discourse, Japanese

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  • Gregory K. Iverson, UWM Arabic Lang/Ling job
  • , Tenure track position - Japanese language instructor

    Message 1: UWM Arabic Lang/Ling job

    Date: Mon, 24 Feb 92 13:44:58 CSUWM Arabic Lang/Ling job
    From: Gregory K. Iverson <>
    Subject: UWM Arabic Lang/Ling job

    Faculty Position Opening


    Department of Linguistics

    Arabic Language. The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is seeking an Arabic-language instructor to begin in the fall of 1992. This is a tenure-track position to be filled at the level of assistant professor in the Department of Linguistics. In addition to teaching introductory and intermediate Arabic, there will be opportunities to teach other courses, including advanced Arabic and English-language offerings in the candidate's general area of specialization.

    Applicants should have the Ph.D. by summer of 1992 and some language instruction experience. Native or near-native proficiency in modern standard Arabic and in English is required. Although applications are encouraged from individuals with training in any relevant discipline, including Near Eastern Languages and Literature, preference will be given to candidates with formal linguistics training and research interests.

    Salary is competitive and UWM offers an excellent package of employee benefits. The successful applicant will also benefit from an association with the newly established Center for International Studies of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Marquette University. This is a Title VI National Resource Center supported by the U.S. Department of Education.

    Candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, and one sample of research no later than March 20, 1992. Additional materials, including teaching evaluations and reviews of scholarly work, are also welcome. All applications will be acknowledged. Women and minority candidates are especially invited to apply: AA/EOE. UWM is required to release the names of applicants upon request.

    Materials should be sent to:

    Prof. Mark Tessler, Chair Arabic Language Search Committee Center for International Studies 668 Bolton Hall University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53201


    Date: Mon, 24 Feb 1992 21:51 ESTPOSITION IN DISCOURSE ANALYSIS
    From: <FASOLDGUVAX.bitnet>

    Georgetown University

    The Linguistics Department at Georgetown University anticipates hiring a linguist for the 1992-1993 academic year. We are seeking a linguist with a background and evidence of research in the area of interactive discourse analysis. The appointment will be for a one-year visiting post at the assistant professor rank with the possibility of conversion to a permanent position. Applications, including three letters of recommendation, should be sent to:

    Search Committee Department of Linguistics Georgetown University Washington, DC 20057-1068

    Applications due on April 1, 1992. Georgetown University is an Equal Opportun~i ty/Affirmative Action employer.

    Message 3: Tenure track position - Japanese language instructor

    Date: Tue, 25 Feb 92 15:48:35 ESTenure track position - Japanese language instructor
    From: <SOEMARMOOUACCVMB.bitnet>
    Subject: Tenure track position - Japanese language instructor

    Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. The Department of Linguistics has a term position ,instructor of Arabic, beginning September 1, 1992. ABD in Linguistics or Foreign Language Education is required. Native or near native competence in Modern Arabic. Primary duty is to teach Arabic language courses, develop teaching materials. Salary is $22,000 plus benefits.

    Sendvita, transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to: Dr. Marmo Soemarmo, Chair, Department of Linguistics, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio 45701. Deadline of application: APRIL 15, 1992. Tel.: (614) 593-4564 -- FAX: (614) 593-4577.

    Ohio University is an equal opportunity & affirmative action employer. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.