LINGUIST List 6.1246

Thu Sep 14 1995

Jobs: Historical Linguistics, German

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  1. Michael Flier, Job announcement: Harvard University
  2. Kersti Bo"rjars, JOB German linguistics

Message 1: Job announcement: Harvard University

Date: Wed, 13 Sep 1995 20:51:04 Job announcement: Harvard University
From: Michael Flier <flierhusc.harvard.edu>
Subject: Job announcement: Harvard University


The Department of Linguistics at Harvard University has been authorized to
make an appointment at the senior level (tenured full professorship),
effective July 1, 1996. Candidates are expected to provide a
distinguished record of publication and teaching in historical
linguistics, a strong commitment to current theoretical concerns, and
active engagement in the professional life of the field. Demonstrated
effective administrative experience is desirable. Applicants are requested
to forward a detailed _curriculum vitae_, including a complete
bibliography, before October 15, 1995 to

 Prof. Michael S. Flier, Chairman
 Dept. of Linguistics
 Harvard University
 77 Dunster Street
 Cambridge, MA 02138

Harvard University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.
Qualified women and minority candidates are especially encouraged to apply.
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Message 2: JOB German linguistics

Date: Thu, 14 Sep 1995 09:42:29 JOB German linguistics
From: Kersti Bo"rjars <kersti.borjarsman.ac.uk>
Subject: JOB German linguistics

THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER, UK is advertising the following job. The
German Department at the University of Manchester has a research rating of
5. (For those not familiar with the British system, this is the highest
rating possible at present.)

LECTURESHIP IN GERMAN LINGUISTICS

Applications are invited for a lectureship in the Department of German from
January 1 1996 (or a mutually agreed date). The successful candidate will
be required to pursue research in a field of German linguistics, to teach
courses at all levels in German linguistics (synchronic and/or diachronic)
and to give language courses in German. Essential prerequisites for this
post are native or near-native command of German, a completed Ph.D. and
proven research experience in the relevant field. The salary will be on the
scales 15,154 pounds to 19,848 pounds p.a. (Grade A) or 20,677 pounds p.a.
(Grade B).

Application forms (returned by 30 September 1995) and further particulars
are available from the Director of Personnel, The University of Manchester,
Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL (Tel +44-(0)161-275 2028; fax
+44-(0)161-275 2221) quoting ref no 278/95.
As an Equal Opportunities Employer, the University welcomes applications
from suitably qualified people from all sections of the community,
regardless of race, religion, gender and disability.
Promoting quality teaching and research.


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Kersti Bo"rjars kersti.borjarsman.ac.uk
Department of Linguistics
University of Manchester
Manchester M13 9PL Tel: +44-(0)161-275 3042
UK Fax: +44-(0)161-275 3187
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