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Wed 22 Jan 1992

Jobs: Ben Gurion U., Indiana U., PRINCETON U.

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  1. Nomi Erteschik-Shir, Ben Gurion University
  2. , Indiana University
  3. Bob Freidin, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

Message 1: Ben Gurion University

Date: Mon, 20 Jan 92 09:21:52 ISBen Gurion University
From: Nomi Erteschik-Shir <SHIRBGUVM.bitnet>
Subject: Ben Gurion University


The department of Foreign Literatures and Linguistics at Ben Gurion
University has an opening for a theoretical linguist. Priority will
be given to a candidate who can teach in more than one of the
following areas: Syntax, Semantics, Phonology.

The department offers a BA degree in Linguistics as well as
Literature. Courses are taught in English. A masters program is
currently being developed.

Applications, including a C.V., the names of 3 referees and 2
recent publications should be sent to:

 Haim Finkelstein, chair
 Department of Foreign Literatures and Linguistics
 Ben Gurion University of the Negev
 P.O.Box 653
 Beer Sheva, 84105
 Israel
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Message 2: Indiana University

Date: Tue, 21 Jan 92 08:09 EST
From: <ATMIUBACS.bitnet>
Subject: Indiana University



 ANNOUNCEMENT

The Department of Linguistics at Indiana University
seeks applicants for a one year visiting appointment as
Assistant Professor to begin August, 1992.
Qualifications: specialization open, completed Ph.D.
preferred, demonstrated strengths in research and
teaching. Applicants should send a letter describing
their research program and activities, a curriculum
vita, and representative articles. Applicants should
also arrange for three letters of recommendation to be
sent to:

 Daniel A. Dinnsen, Chair
 Department of Linguistics
 Indiana University
 Memorial Hall 322
 Bloomington, IN 47405

Applications received by February 15, 1992 are assured
of consideration. Indiana University is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmation Action employer.
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Message 3: PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

Date: Tue, 21 Jan 92 09:56:09 ESPRINCETON UNIVERSITY
From: Bob Freidin <bobPrinceton.EDU>
Subject: PRINCETON UNIVERSITY


PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

I.RESEARCH ASSOCIATE*

The Program in Linguistics and the Human Information
Processing Group at Princeton University invite applications
for a postdoctoral Research Associate in the area of
theoretical phonology with demonstrated interest in
morphology. Appointment for one year at 83% time, renewable
for a second year at fulltime. Appointment dates: September
1, 1992 to August 31, 1993. Interested parties should send
letter of application, current vitae, three letters of
recommendation, and samples of recent work by March 2, 1992
to:

Professors Robert Freidin & Eric Ristad
Postdoctoral Search Committee
Program in Linguistics
318 E. Pyne Building
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08544-5264

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II.LECTURER*

The Program in Linguistics at Princeton University invites
applications for a Lecturer in the area of theoretical
phonology with demonstrated interest in morphology to teach
an undergraduate introductory phonology course in the spring
semester of 1993. Interested parties should send letter of
application, current vitae, three letters of recommendation,
and samples of recent work by March 2, 1992 to:

Professors Robert Freidin & Eric Ristad
Phonology Search Committee
Program in Linguistics
318 E. Pyne Building
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08544-5264

Address questions electronically to lingclarity.princeton.edu.

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*It would be appropriate for applicants to apply for both positions.
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