Nine PhD student posts at the Special Doctoral Programme in Language and Linguistics at Stockholm University

Maria Koptjevskaja Tamm tamm at LING.SU.SE
Wed Sep 15 18:46:05 UTC 2010


The Faculty of Humanities at Stockholm University announces nine  
doctoral student posts linked to the Special Doctoral Programme in  
Language and Linguistics. Ref no SU 617-2294-10. Deadline for  
applications: October 15, 2010.

More information on the vacancies and instructions for application are  
found here:

http://www.fosprak.su.se/pub/jsp/polopoly.jsp?d=14627


The Special Doctoral Program in Language and Linguistics offers a  
qualified doctoral program with focus on the systematicity and  
structure of language, i.e. with focus on the traditional core areas  
of linguistics: phonology, morphology, syntax, as well as semantics  
and pragmatics. The thesis should be based on empirical material  
derived from one or more languages, preferably with a cross-linguistic  
or diachronic perspective.

The special doctoral program will accept applicants from all areas of  
language study at the departments within the Faculty of Humanities  
that have supervisor capacity. Thesis topics should be theoretically,  
methodologically, or empirically linked to the focus of the program.  
It is consequently important for applicants to be familiar with the  
profile of the special doctoral program, which can be found on the  
homepage: www.fosprak.su.se

For additional information contact the research secretary for the  
special doctoral program, Farah Moniri: telephone: 46-(0)8-16 23 43,  
email: farah.moniri at ling.su.se

Prof. Maria Koptjevskaja Tamm

Director of the Special Doctoral Program in Language and Linguistics

Dept. of linguistics, Stockholm University

106 91 Stockholm, Sweden
tel.: +46-8-16 26 20
tamm at ling.su.se
http://www.ling.su.se/staff/tamm



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