LINGUIST List 4.572

Mon 26 Jul 1993

Jobs: Languages of N. Europe, French, English Language

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  1. Thomas Mueller-Bardey, Languages of Northern Europe
  2. BLAALDWYUIAMVS.Bitnet, Fremch linguistics job, U. of Nantes
  3. , Temporary Lectureship in English Language

Message 1: Languages of Northern Europe

Date: Sun, 18 Jul 1993 12:03:29 Languages of Northern Europe
From: Thomas Mueller-Bardey <am007rs1.rrz.Uni-Koeln.DE>
Subject: Languages of Northern Europe

 - Professorship Languages of Northern Europe and the Baltic States
 - University of Mainz, Germany (Rhineland-Palatine)
 - tenure (C 3, appr. 50,000 - 60,000 US$)
 - Language groups: North Germanic, Baltic Finnic, Baltic
 - Research and language practice within at least one of the above
groups required
 - Main focus: language typology, areal linguistics, language
change (the position is based at the Dep. of General Linguistics)
 - Applicants should be prepared to cooperate in interdisciplinary
and non-academic activities concerning the area (resources exist).
 - Due date: Sept 15th 1993
 - Address:
Dekan des Fachbereichs 14
Jakob-Welder-Weg 18
D-55099 Mainz
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Message 2: Fremch linguistics job, U. of Nantes

Date: 21 Jul 1993 2:56 PM CST
From: BLAALDWYUIAMVS.Bitnet <BLAALDWYUIAMVS.Bitnet>
Subject: Fremch linguistics job, U. of Nantes

 Announcement of a position in French Linguistics
 University of Nantes

This is a temporary position in French Linguistics, at the
University of Nantes for the 1993-94 academic year, and perhaps for
the following year. It can be filled either by a visiting
professor, with PhD, who could also supervise theses, or by a
graduate student who is close to completing the PhD. There is
interest in candidates who could teach history of the French
language, grammar of the French of the Renaissance or 17th century,
or French linguistics.

Interested applicants should send a letter summarizing their
qualifications, and a curriculum vitae which includes publications
and papers presented. Offprints of relevant publications would be
appreciated. Applications should be sent immediately to either of
the following:

Benoit de Cornulier, 1 Place Foch, 44000 Nantes, France.
 Tel. 40 37 07 61 or 40 72 32 35

Section de Linguistique (dir. Bernard Bolo), Dpt. de Lettres
Modernes, Fac. des Lettres, Univ. de Nantes, 44036 Nantes Cedex 01,
France. Tel. 40 14 10 10
 FAX 40 14 10 05
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Message 3: Temporary Lectureship in English Language

Date: Fri, 23 Jul 93 15:14
From: <BLACKWELLSAvms1.bham.ac.uk>
Subject: Temporary Lectureship in English Language

 *** JOB VACANCIES IN LINGUISTICS ***

The University of Birmingham - School of English
Temporary Lectureship in English Language

Applications are invited for the post of Temporary Lecturer
(1 year) in English Language. Candidates should have a
doctorate or be well advanced towards a doctorate, and
publications would be an advantage. Candidates should be
specialists in descriptive and/or applied English Linguistics
with an ability to teach across the range of undergraduate
Modern English Language courses. Reference A1508/93.

Salary on the scale Lecturer: 13,601 - 25,107 pounds a year.


Centre for English Language Studies
Lecturer in ELT / Applied Linguistics

One year in the first instance, to join a team of lecturers
running teacher training courses (MA and BA) in ELT. MA in
ELT / Applied Linguistics required plus ELT teaching/training
experience, preferably overseas. Reference A14721/93.

Salary on the scale 13,601 - 18,885 pounds p.a.

Starting date for both posts is 1st October or a.s.a.p.

Application forms (returnable by 9th August) and further
particulars available from the Director of Staffing Services,
The University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT.
Telephone 021-414-6483 (24 hours), quoting the appropriate
reference number. (do NOT reply by e-mail!!!)

Working towards equal opportunities.
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