LINGUIST List 9.1501

Tue Oct 27 1998

Jobs: TESOL, Discourse Analysis

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  1. Michael Noonan, TESOL; Asst Prof at U of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  2. Darek Galasinski, Discourse Analysis; Research Fellow at U of Wolverhampton

Message 1: TESOL; Asst Prof at U of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Date: Thu, 22 Oct 1998 10:15:00 -0500 (CDT)
From: Michael Noonan <noonancsd.uwm.edu>
Subject: TESOL; Asst Prof at U of Wisconsin-Milwaukee




Assistant Professor in TESOL pedagogy and contrastive rhetoric. Tenure
track, to begin Fall 1999. We seek an outstanding scholar/teacher who
will actively contribute to our graduate programs in Linguistics/TESOL and
Composition/Rhetoric, as well as a pro-fessional writing program and an
undergraduate English composition program which responds to the needs of
an ethnically and linguistically diverse population. Experience in
developing and/or administering a university-level TESOL program
preferred. We plan to interview at MLA. Send letter of application and
CV only to:

Michael Noonan, Chair,
Dept. of English
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Milwaukee, WI 53201

Must be postmarked no later than January 10. AA/EO
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Message 2: Discourse Analysis; Research Fellow at U of Wolverhampton

Date: Tue, 27 Oct 1998 14:44:05 +0000
From: Darek Galasinski <fa1922wlv.ac.uk>
Subject: Discourse Analysis; Research Fellow at U of Wolverhampton


Applications are invited for the post of Research Fellow at the School of
Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Wolverhampton, funded by the
Leverhulme Trust.

You will conduct research into press representations and private perceptions
of middle age in Birmingham and the Black Country between c 1960 and 1995.
You should have an honours degree in Linguistics or History (or cognate
discipline), postgraduate research experience and ideally a PhD in Discourse
Analysis or Social History (or cognate discipline). For an informal
discussion please contact either Prof. John Benson (j.bensonwlv.ac.uk) or
Dr Dariusz Galasinski (d.galasinskiwlv.ac.uk). This is a temporary two-year
appointment. Salary in the range GBP 14,941 - 18,077 pa.

For detailed further particulars and an application form (returnable by 13
November 1998) and quoting the reference number A1780, contact:

Personnel Services Department
University of Wolverhampton
Molineux Street
Wolverhampton, WV1 1SB
United Kingdom

Tel. (+44) 1902 321 049 (ansaphone). For hearing impaired candidates,
the Minicom number is (+44) 1902 321249.
Email address: perwlv.ac.uk.
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