LINGUIST List 9.1760

Fri Dec 11 1998

Jobs: Spanish Sociolinguistics, Spanish

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  1. Vita Zamorano, Spanish Sociolinguistics; Asst Prof at U of Florida
  2. Pat Mosier, Assistant Professor of Spanish: University of Houston-Downtown

Message 1: Spanish Sociolinguistics; Asst Prof at U of Florida

Date: Wed, 9 Dec 1998 13:26:56 -0500 (EST)
From: Vita Zamorano <zamoranorll.ufl.edu>
Subject: Spanish Sociolinguistics; Asst Prof at U of Florida


Assistant Professor or Visiting Assistant Professor in Spanish
Sociolinguistics

The Department of Romance Languages and Literatures seeks to hire an
Assistant Professor (tenure track) or Visiting Assistant Professor
(non-tenure track) in Spanish sociolinguistics, to begin Fall 1999.

Any of the following subspecializations would be desirable: language
contact, bilingualism, dialectology, Spanish in the U.S.
Responsibilities include teaching courses in Spanish sociolinguistics
at both the undergraduate and graduate levels (three courses per year
in Spanish; one per year in the Linguistics Program), supervising
graduate students, and coordination of the second-year language
program in Spanish (20 sections per year). Ph.D. in hand by time of
appointment (8/6/99) preferred, native or near-native proficiency in
Spanish and English, demonstrated excellence in teaching, strong
record/potential for research, active commitment to program
development and service. Experience in coordination a plus.
Applicants who are advanced in their careers may be eligible to be
hired as a senior Assistant Professor, i.e., with some years' credit
toward tenure. Salary commensurate with qualifications and
experience.

Letters of application and CV, and dossier, including at least three
recent letters of recommendation by January 15, 1999 to:

David Pharies, Chair, Spanish
Sociolinguistics Search Committee,
Dept. of Romance Languages and Literatures,
University of Florida
POB 117405
Gainesville, FL 32611

Inquiries and preliminary application by e-mail encouraged
(phariesrll.ufl.edu).

Search Committee may arrange informal interviews at MLA with selected
candidates whose applications are substantially complete.

UF is an EO/AA/ADA Employer. Minority candidates are especially
encouraged.
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Message 2: Assistant Professor of Spanish: University of Houston-Downtown

Date: Thu, 10 Dec 1998 09:24:22 -0600
From: Pat Mosier <mosierhal-pc.org>
Subject: Assistant Professor of Spanish: University of Houston-Downtown

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF SPANISH

Assistant Professor of Spanish, tenure track, Ph.D. by August 1999 or
hired as instructor until Ph.D. completed (December 1999 deadline). 
Four courses/semester, primarily in elementary and intermediate Spanish
plus some upper level courses: linguistics for bilingual ed. majors, and
advanced grammar and composition. Possibility of teaching culture
and/or literature courses. Committee responsibilities also. Teaching
experience and commitment to scholarship required. Salary:
$33,000-35,000/9 mos. Send application letter, CV, and names of 3
references to:

Dr. Pat Mosier,
Search Committee Chair,
Arts and Humanities Dept,
University of Houston- Downtown
One Main Street,
Houston, TX 77002

Applicants who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents are asked
to disclose their visa status. Preliminary review of applications
begins December 7, 1998. Position open until suitable candidate is
found.

UHD is an affirmative action / equal opportunity employer.
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