LINGUIST List 9.1356

Wed Sep 30 1998

Jobs: Applied, Phonology, Semantics

Editor for this issue: Brett Churchill <brettlinguistlist.org>


Directory

  1. Jenny Green, Associate Professor: Applied Linguistics
  2. Cheryl Zoll, Phonology/Syntax-Semantics
  3. Linda Culver, Semantics or computational linguistics

Message 1: Associate Professor: Applied Linguistics

Date: Tue, 29 Sep 1998 15:52:28 -0500
From: Jenny Green <jennygreen99hotmail.com>
Subject: Associate Professor: Applied Linguistics

University of Memphis, Memphis TN 38152-6176
Department of English
Associate Professor of Linguistics


Associate Professor in Linguistics. Tenure-track appointment. Ph.D.
required. Substantial publication record and demonstrated experience in
the research, resources, and investigative methods of Applied
Linguistics required. American Dialectology with some knowledge of
acoustic phonology required. Ability to teach linguistics of literature
and research experience in this area highly desirable. Applicants
should be familiar with the workings of an English Department and be
able to teach undergraduate and graduate
linguistics courses. The University of Memphis is currently
establishing a Ph.D. program in English: Language and Writing Studies
with a concentration in Applied Linguistics. Applicants should submit
samples of published work, vita, transcript, and three letters of
recommendation no later than November 30 to be considered for MLA or LSA
interviews. Address all materials to Dr.Christina Murphy, Chair,
Department of English, Linguistics Search, University of Memphis, Campus
Box 526176, Memphis, TN 38152-6176. (901)678-2651.
(901)678-2226 (fax). cmurphy2cc.memphis.edu. Minorities and women are
encouraged to apply. The University of Memphis, a Tennessee Board of
Regents Institution, is an EO/AA Immigration Reform Act Employer. For
additional information on The University of Memphis, visit our website
at http://www.memphis.edu.

Anita Pandey
Assistant Professor
Linguistics & SLA Division
Department of English
University of Memphis
(901) 678-4502
apandey1latte.memphis.edu
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Message 2: Phonology/Syntax-Semantics

Date: Tue, 29 Sep 1998 18:22:20 -0400
From: Cheryl Zoll <czollMIT.EDU>
Subject: Phonology/Syntax-Semantics

Please Post:

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, Cambridge MA

The Department of Linguistics and Philosophy at MIT invites applications
for two tenure-track Assistant Professor positions starting September
1999,one in PHONOLOGY and the other in SYNTAX (or SYNTAX/SEMANTICS).
Research specializations include but are not limited to acquisition
and/or phonetics(for the phonology position) and fieldwork on poorly
documented languages,typology and universals (for both positions).
Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses and
the supervision of student research. Applicants should send a letter of
introduction, curriculum
vitae, samples of research, and at least three letters of reference by
December 1, 1998 to

 Chair, Linguistics Search Committee
 Department of Linguistics & Philosophy
 E-39-245
 MIT
 Cambridge, MA 02139

MIT is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer
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Message 3: Semantics or computational linguistics

Date: Mon, 28 Sep 1998 14:28:56 PST
From: Linda Culver <CulverHermes.usc.edu>
Subject: Semantics or computational linguistics


The Department of Linguistics at the University of Southern California
invites applications for a tenure-track, assistant professorship in
semantics or computational linguistics to begin Fall 1999.

Complete dossiers, including statement of interest, curriculum vitae,
sample publications, syllabi or course descriptions, teaching evaluations
if available, and three letters of reference should be sent to:

	Linguistics Search Committee
	Department of Linguistics
	MC-1693
	University of Southern California
	Los Angeles, CA 90089-1693

For fullest consideration, applications should arrive before December 1, 1998.

The University of Southern California is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative
Action Employer.
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