LINGUIST List 31.907

Thu Mar 05 2020

Jobs: French; Discourse Analysis: Full Professor, ATILF-CNRS & Université de Lorraine

Editor for this issue: Everett Green <>

Date: 03-Mar-2020
From: Yvon Keromnes <>
Subject: French; Discourse Analysis: Full Professor, ATILF-CNRS & Université de Lorraine, Nancy, France
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University or Organization: ATILF-CNRS & Université de Lorraine, France
Department: Sciences du Langage (SDL)
Job Location: Nancy, France
Web Address:
Job Title: Professeur de linguistique

Job Rank: Assoc/Full Professor; Full professor, permanent position (07PR0079)

Specialty Areas: Discourse Analysis; didactics, corpus linguistics, construction grammars

Required Language(s): French (fra)


Required language: FRENCH

Job profile :
Research and teaching in the fields of linguistics and language didactics with a specialization in discourse studies.

Teaching :

The selected candidate will be part of the faculty of the Linguistics Department (SDL) of Lorraine University in Nancy, and teach primarily enunciation theory, pragmatics, discourse analysis and language didactics. The candidate must be in capacity of acting as a PhD supervisor both in linguistics and in language didactics.
The future colleague will be expected to accept pedagogical responsibilities within the department.

Research :

The future colleague will be a member of the research unit ATILF (Analyse et Traitement Informatisé de la Langue Française) – CNRS, and primarily attached to the ‘Discourse’ research team.
The future colleague’s research should mainly bear on discourse, principally in relation to other linguistic dimensions such as pragmatics, semantics, syntax, prosody, morphology or lexicology. This colleague will be expected to develop collaborations with other teams with ATILF, in particular with the ‘Didactics and Sociolinguistics’ team and the ‘Lexicon’ team.

Research and publications in one or both of the following domains would be most welcome:

Construction Grammars
design and exploitation of oral, written or multimodal corpora.
The future colleague is expected to be able to take on administrative responsibilities within the research unit, to head projects and supervise PhD students, and should have international publications.

Contact Information for this position :

Teaching :
Virginie ANDRÉ, Head of the Department

Research :
Alex BOULTON, Head of the Research Unit

Application Deadline: 26-Mar-2020

Web Address for Applications:
Contact Information:
Alex Boulton
Phone: (+33) 03 54 50 52 88

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