8.1637, Jobs: East Asian Studies, Linguistics and Germanic

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Subject: 8.1637, Jobs: East Asian Studies, Linguistics and Germanic

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1)
Date:  Wed, 12 Nov 1997 19:25:54 +0000 (GMT)
From:  Durham Linguistics <Durham.Linguistics at durham.ac.uk>
Subject:  job (East Asian Studies, University of Durham)

2)
Date:  Thu, 13 Nov 1997 14:09:58 -0500 (EST)
From:  Carol Aldrich <caldrich at umich.edu>
Subject:  open position

-------------------------------- Message 1 -------------------------------

Date:  Wed, 12 Nov 1997 19:25:54 +0000 (GMT)
From:  Durham Linguistics <Durham.Linguistics at durham.ac.uk>
Subject:  job (East Asian Studies, University of Durham)

University of Durham
Department of East Asian Studies

Lecturer in Japanese
(Ref A713B)

The East Asian Studies Department at the University of Durham (UK)
seeks a Lecturer in Japanese Language / Literature / Linguistics from
1 October 1998. The candidate will normally teach between 8 and 10
contact hours a week and will be in charge of the first-year Japanese
language programme (choosing texts, training part-time teachers,
co-ordinating writing, grammar and conversation aspects of the
programme). A strong research record or proven research ability is
essential, and the Lecturer will be expected to fully participate in
Departmental examining and administration.

Central to teaching will be 3 hrs/week of explaining Japanese grammar
in English to first year students; hence explicit (rather than
intuitive, native-speaker) knowledge of Japanese grammar is
essential. The further contact hours may include 5 chosen from among
Classical Japanese (2 hrs), Classical literature (2 hrs), teaching
Japanese as a foreign language (2 hrs), translating and interpreting
(2 hrs), Modern Japanese literature (1-2 hrs), or linguistic structure
of Japanese (1 hr).

Preference may be given to a Ph.D. in hand. The job is suitable for
language, literature or linguistic specialists. Initial appointment
will be made on the Lecturer grade A scale (16,045 to 21,016 per
annum) according to qualifications and experience.

Email enquiries may be made to Professor G.L. Barnes:

   gina.barnes at durham.ac.uk

For the further particulars and application forms, Quote REF A713B and
contact:

   The Personnel Office
   University of Durham
   Old Shire Hall
   Durham  DH1 3HP
   England

OR email:

   acad.recruit at durham.ac.uk

Closing Date: 5 January 1998

Prof. Gina L. Barnes
Dept. of East Asian Studies
University of Durham
Durham  DH1 3TH
England

email: gina.barnes at durham.ac.uk
tel.:  +44-191-374-7319 / 374-3231
fax:   +44-191-374-3242


-------------------------------- Message 2 -------------------------------

Date:  Thu, 13 Nov 1997 14:09:58 -0500 (EST)
From:  Carol Aldrich <caldrich at umich.edu>
Subject:  open position


The Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures and the Program
in Linguistics at the University of Michigan have received
authorization of a joint position in Germanic and Linguistics at the
Assistant Professor level, to begin in September, 1998.
Responsibilities will include teaching undergraduate and graduate
courses in sociolinguistics and dialectology, and service on graduate
examination and dissertation committees.  Ph.D. must be completed by
September 1, 1998.  Evidence of excellent teaching and research
potential is essential.  Please send letter of application, curriculum
vitae, three confidential letters of reference and one representative
publication to Professor Robert L. Kyes, Department of Germanic
Languages and Literatures, 3110 Modern Languages Building, University
of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1275.  The Search Committee will
begin reviewing applications on November 18, 1997, and will conduct
preliminary interviews at the LSA Meeting in New York, January 8-11,
1998.  The University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity
employer.

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