LINGUIST List 9.1535

Tue Nov 3 1998

Jobs: European Studies/Linguistics, General Ling

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  1. Treffers-Daller, Jeanine, European Studies/Ling; PhD position at U of the West of England
  2. Douglas.Biber, General Ling; Summer teaching at Northern Arizona University

Message 1: European Studies/Ling; PhD position at U of the West of England

Date: Mon, 2 Nov 1998 10:47:38 -0500 (EST)
From: Treffers-Daller, Jeanine <Jeanine.Treffers-Dalleruwe.ac.uk>
Subject: European Studies/Ling; PhD position at U of the West of England


The Faculty of Languages and European Studies of the University of the
West of England (Bristol) is offering a research studentship from
January 1999 onwards. Although the studentship is open for candidates
from many different disciplines within the field of European Studies,
readers of the linguist list may wish to draw the attention of
potential candidates with interests in Linguistics to the position.

The candidate's work will be associated with the research activities
of the Linguistics Research Unit within the Centre for European
Studies. Currently research within the Centre concentrates on
Bilingualism and Language Contact, Sociolinguistics and (Bilingual)
First Language Acquisition. The Faculty is rapidly expanding its
provision in Linguistics, with the start of a new Linguistics Half
Award in which students study Linguistics in combination with either
Sociology or Psychology or Languages. Researchers from the Faculty of
Languages and the Faculty of Social Sciences are jointly organising
the Sociolinguistics Symposium in the year 2000.

Candidates should have obtained a first or good second class honours
degree in an area broadly within the Humanities, Social Sciences or
Linguistics. Any additional relevant qualification and/or experience,
in particular an initial postgraduate qualification, would be a
distinct advantage. Familiarity with at least one foreign society and
fluency in that society's language are crucial. You will be expected
to take an active part in the Faculty's research workshops and
seminars.

The studentship is available for up to three years, depending on
satisfactory outcomes of annual reviews. It carries an annual bursary
of 6,000. This includes part-time fees for up to three hours
teaching/week over a maximum of 24 weeks. In addition, enrollment and
registration fees will be paid by the Faculty, bringing up the total
value to around 8,750. Enquiries about the studentship should be made
to:

Director of Research
Professor Gisela Shaw
tel. 00-44-117-9763914, ext. 2385
email: Gisela.Shawuwe.ac.uk.

Any question regarding project proposals in Linguistics can be
directed to:

Jeanine Treffers-Daller
Jeanine.Treffers-Dalleruwe.ac.uk

The deadline for receipt of applications is 13 November 1998. Please
send your completed application form to:

Jessa Karki
Faculty of Languages and European Studies
UWE-Bristol Frenchay Campus
Coldharbour Lane
Bristol BS16 1QY
email: jessa.karkiuwe.ac.uk
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Message 2: General Ling; Summer teaching at Northern Arizona University

Date: Mon, 02 Nov 1998 18:43:46 -0700 (MST)
From: Douglas.Biber <Douglas.BiberNAU.EDU>
Subject: General Ling; Summer teaching at Northern Arizona University



Announcement for Summer (1999) Teaching Positions

The MA TESL program at Northern Arizona University is looking for
several instructors to teach in our summer program. Instructors are
paid for each course taught, at a rate depending on current rank at
the home institution. (Salary for Summer 98 was: $3,312 per course
for full professor; $2,622 per course for associate professor; $2,277
per course for assistant professor; $1,800 for instructor or
lecturer.)

We are looking for instructors for the following courses:

Summer Session 1: June 8 - July 8
Undergraduate:
 308. Introduction to Linguistics
Graduate:
 504. Introduction to Language and Linguistics
 538. Cross-cultural Aspects of Language Learning
 548. Foundations of ESL and Language Learning
 559. ESL Methods and Materials: Reading and Writing

Summer Session 2: July 12 - August 11
Undergraduate:
 321. English Grammar
Graduate:
 518. Sociolinguistics
 528. Grammatical Foundations
 558. ESL Methods and Materials: Listening and Speaking
 578. ESL Curriculum and Administration
 638. Assessment for Second Language Skills
 678. Topics in ESL

 Applicants should submit a current vita together with a short
application letter identifying course preferences and describing
relevant teaching experience. Send application materials by December
1 1998 to:

Doug Biber
Department of English
Northern Arizona University
Flagstaff, AZ 86011-6032
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