8.1702, Jobs: Ling./Philosophy, Reader in Ling., Phonetics

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LINGUIST List:  Vol-8-1702. Thu Nov 27 1997. ISSN: 1068-4875.

Subject: 8.1702, Jobs: Ling./Philosophy, Reader in Ling., Phonetics

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1)
Date:  Tue, 25 Nov 1997 08:40:03 PST
From:  "Linda Culver" <Culver at Hermes.TAMU.EDU>
Subject:  Linguistics or Philosopy at USC

2)
Date:  Tue, 25 Nov 1997 18:57:25 -0800
From:  peter thomas <peter.thomas4 at virgin.net>
Subject:  Reader in Linguistics

3)
Date:  Wed, 26 Nov 97 16:22:19 MET
From:  Ljuba Veselinova <ljuba at bamse.ling.su.se>
Subject:  Professor in Phonetics

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

Date:  Tue, 25 Nov 1997 08:40:03 PST
From:  "Linda Culver" <Culver at Hermes.TAMU.EDU>
Subject:  Linguistics or Philosopy at USC


UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, Los Angeles, CA.  Andrew W. Mellon
Fellowship in the Humanities.  One-year post-doctoral
teaching-research fellowship for the 1998-9 academic year.  Ph.D. in
Linguistics or Philosophy, with background or interest in the other
field; all requirements for the Ph.D. degree must be completed
before 1 July 1998, and the Ph.D. degree must have been granted no
earlier than September 1991.  Two courses per year.  No
administrative obligations.  Stipend $32,000 + fringe benefits.
Area of specialization: formal semantics, or philosophy of language
with research emphasis  on issues of interest to linguists.
Deadline for application:  February 1, 1998. Applicants wishing to
be considered for an interview at the APA or LSA meetings should
submit application materials by mid-December. Applications should
include a letter of application, a c.v., three or more letters of
recommendation, and a writing sample.  Send applications to:
	Mellon Fellowship Search Committee
                School of Philosophy
	3709 Trousdale Parkway
	University of Southern California
	Los Angeles, CA 90089-0451
USC is an AA/EO employer.





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Date:  Tue, 25 Nov 1997 18:57:25 -0800
From:  peter thomas <peter.thomas4 at virgin.net>
Subject:  Reader in Linguistics


Reader in Linguistics
Salary on the scale 27,495 - 34,437 Pounds Sterling (inc. local
weighting)

The University of Hertfordshire (UK) seeks to appoint an established
scholar to the Linguistics group within the Faculty of Humanities,
Languages and Education.

Minimum requirements for this post are:

- a good honours degree and a doctorate in Linguistics
- a strong record of publication in a field cognate to existing areas
  of expertise in the Linguistics Group
- evidence of successful grant applications for research funding
- experience of successful teaching in higher education at both
  undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Among other duties, the successful applicant will be expected to

- play a major role in the development and leadership of research in
  the Linguistics Group in the run-up to the next Research Assessment
  Exercise
- take responsibility for the direction of a new research centre,
  the Centre for Child Language, which is currently being established
  in the Linguistics Group
- seek to attract external funding for research
- make a substantial contribution to the Master's degree in Child
  Language.

Informal enquiries can be made direct to Dr Tim Parke:
phone +1707 285701
email <t.parke at herts.ac.uk>

Closing date for applications:  9 December 1997.


-------------------------------- Message 3 -------------------------------

Date:  Wed, 26 Nov 97 16:22:19 MET
From:  Ljuba Veselinova <ljuba at bamse.ling.su.se>
Subject:  Professor in Phonetics

Stockholm University invites applications for a position as Professor
in Phonetics at the Department of Linguistics, Faculty of Liberal
Arts.

Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, with a population of over one and a
half million inhabitants, is a major cultural and scientific center.

When appointing a professor of the state university system of Sweden,
special emphasis is given to both research competence and teaching
competence. Consideration is also given to administrative skills, in
particular leadership ability. Proficiency in Swedish (Scandinavian)
or English is necessary. Wherever appropriate, a willingness to learn
Swedish is assumed.

Salary is negotiable. The University is an Equal Opportunities
employer, and since most professors at the Faculty of Liberal Arts are
men, applications from female candidates are particularly
welcome. Since the position is a full-time job, residence in the
Stockholm area is necessary.

Informal inquiries may be made to the Head of the Department,
Dr. Peter af Trampe (e-mail: pat at ling.su.se).

Applications, quoting reference no 611-2633/97 (resp 2634/97), should
be sent to the Registrar, Staff Management Division, Stockholm
University, S-106 91 Stockholm, Sweden. They must reach the
Registrar's Office no later than 12 January 1998.

The following items, all in four copies, should be included:

1. Curriculum vitae.

2. Bibliography (numbered)

3. Description of the candidate's research achievements and teaching
experience and leadership ability (5-10 pages). A guideline regarding
the presentation of teaching qualifications may be obtained from Ulf
Lindgren of the Staff Management Division, phone +46-8-16 33 22, fax
+46-8-612 59 60 , e-mail: ulf.lindgren at PB.SU.SE.

4. Photocopies of relevant graduation diplomas.

5. research publications of the candidate's own choice, numbered
according to the bibliography.

Items 1 and 2 should reach the University before the application period
expires. Items 3 and 4, and one copy of each of item 5 should
arrive no later than 2 February 1998. The three additional copies of
item 5 are to be sent later, upon notification from the University, to
the three Expert Members of the Appointments Board.

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