LINGUIST List 8.36

Fri Jan 17 1997

Jobs: Russian, Japanese linguistics

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  1. Gerry Greenberg, Announcement: Teaching Assistanship/Russian
  2. Chair, Language Division, Job: Japanese linguistics at ICU, Tokyo

Message 1: Announcement: Teaching Assistanship/Russian

Date: Fri, 17 Jan 1997 07:08:10 -0500 (EST)
From: Gerry Greenberg <ggreenbemailbox.syr.edu>
Subject: Announcement: Teaching Assistanship/Russian

 ANNOUNCEMENT

Teaching Assistantship of Russian Language in Linguistics
Program

The Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics at
Syracuse University will have an assistantship available in the
Russian Language Program for a student enrolling in the fall '97
semester to begin the Master's degree program in Linguistics.
The MA degree in the Linguistics Program offers concentrations
in the following areas: information representation and
retrieval; language acquisition; language, culture and society;
linguistic theory; logic and language; and teaching English as a
second language, and is usually completed in two years.
Interested parties may request an application from the Graduate
School, Suite 303 Bowne Hall, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
13244-1200.

While there is no application deadline, interested parties are
encouraged to apply as early as possible. Additional
information about the assistantship may be obtained from the
Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics by writing
to 340 H.B. Crouse Hall, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
13244-1160, or by calling 315-443-2175.
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Message 2: Job: Japanese linguistics at ICU, Tokyo

Date: Fri, 17 Jan 1997 16:58:55 +0900
From: Chair, Language Division <languageicu.ac.jp>
Subject: Job: Japanese linguistics at ICU, Tokyo

JAPANAESE LINGUISTICS / JAPANESE LANGUAGE EDUCATION IN 
 TOKYO

Department of Japanese, Division of Languages, International
Christian University in Tokyo: tenure-track opening, assistant
professor level in undergraduate program. Candidate must have
specialized interest in Japanese linguistics (Nihongo-gaku),
teaching Japanese for academic purposes in intensive Japanese
Language Program for non-native speakers (Nihongo Kyooiku) and
selected areas in Japanese language teaching as a foreign or
second language (Nihongo Kyooju-hoo). Starting date: September
1, 1997 for initial three-year contract. Candidate should also
be willing to take on administrative responsibilities in
Japanese Language Program and university-wide committee
work. Requirements: Doctorate in hand, publications and evidence
of scholarly potential, Japanese/English bilingual
competence. Teaching experience at university levels preferred.
International experience, administrative experience and
interests desirable. Review of candidates begins February 1,
1997, and will continue until the position is filled. Please
send c.v., names and addresses only of three references to:
Japanese Search Chair, Division of Languages, International
Christian University, 3-10-2 Osawa, Mitaka, Tokyo 181, Japan.
Fax +81-422-34-6983. E-mail (inquiries only)
<languageicu.ac.jp>

Announced by Prof. Kazuaki Saito, Vice-President for Academic
Affairs, International Christian University. Chair, Language
Division International Christian University 3-10-2 Osawa,
Mitaka, Tokyo 181, Japan Telephone (0422)33-3557 Fax
(0422)34-6983
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