8.1620, Jobs: Historical Linguistics: Amended Announcement

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Subject: 8.1620, Jobs: Historical Linguistics: Amended Announcement

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Date:  Tue, 11 Nov 1997 15:31:05 -0500
From:  Dalaiah Eiland <d-eiland at tamu.edu>
Subject:  Historical Linguistics: Amended Announcement

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Date:  Tue, 11 Nov 1997 15:31:05 -0500
From:  Dalaiah Eiland <d-eiland at tamu.edu>
Subject:  Historical Linguistics: Amended Announcement

Texas A&M University
Department of English

Historical Linguistics: Tenure-track Assistant Professor, beginning
fall 1998, in Historical Linguistics.  Candidates must be able to
cover a broad range of linguistics courses at the undergraduate and
graduate levels.  The ability to to contribute to a new Ph.D.
concentration in Discourse Studies is desirable, as is the ability to
teach Old English.

Candidates must have their dissertations completed by August 1998 and
demonstrate a strong commitment to excellence in teaching and
research; preference will be given to those with publications.  Send a
letter of application and a curriculum vitae--postmarked by December
12, 1997--to Craig Kallendorf, Search Committee Chair/Department of
English/Texas A&M University/College Station, TX 77843-4227.
Interviews will be conducted both at MLA and at LSA.  Texas A&M
University, an AA/EEO employer, encourages applications from women and
minority candidates.

More information about the department is available at the departmental
website at http://www-english.tamu.edu

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