Job Announcement: Endangered Langs: Asst Prof at U/Delaware

Michael Appleby michael at LINGUISTLIST.ORG
Tue Nov 23 17:43:33 UTC 2004

Dear Linguists,

This job vacancy is being posted at the request of Dr. Gabriella Hermon at
the University of Delaware.  It was also posted on LINGUIST List, so my
apologies if you have seen this already.

Michael Appleby
Listserv Administrator


Linguistic Theories, Endangered Languages : Asst Prof, University of
Delaware, DE, USA

University or Organization: University of Delaware
Department: Linguistics
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Linguistic Theories; Psycholinguistics


Tenure track position, beginning Autumn 2005

Specialization in one of the areas of formal linguistics with an emphasis
on crosslinguistic work and the study of underdescribed languages.  A
secondary specialization in Psycholinguistics (such as first language
acquisition, language processing, or neurolinguistics) is desirable.
Candidate should have an active research program directly relevant to one
or more of the core areas of theoretical linguistics. Ph.D. required by
time of appointment. Commitment to excellence in teaching at all levels,
from introductory undergraduate courses to graduate research seminars.
Competitive salary, excellent start-up package.  To receive full
consideration, send application materials (letter, curriculum vitae, three
or more letters of recommendation and sample publications) to the address

The curriculum vitae and letters of reference shall be shared with
departmental faculty. The University of Delaware is an Equal Opportunity
Employer which encourages applications from Minority Group Members and

Address for Applications:

Professor Gabriella Hermon
Chair of the Linguistics Search  Committee
Department of Linguistics
42 E. Delaware Ave.
Newark,  DE 19716
United States of America

Application Deadline: 31-Dec-2004

Contact Information:

Gaby Hermon
Email: gaby at
Phone: (302) 831-1642
Fax: (302)  831-6896

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