12.2033, Jobs: Socioling AsstProf at NC State U, USA

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Subject: 12.2033, Jobs: Socioling AsstProf at NC State U, USA

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Date:  9 Aug 2001 21:27:56 -0000
From:  Walt Wolfram <walt_wolfram at ncsu.edu>
Subject:  Sociolinguistics: Assistant Prof at North Carolina State Univ, NC USA

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Date:  9 Aug 2001 21:27:56 -0000
From:  Walt Wolfram <walt_wolfram at ncsu.edu>
Subject:  Sociolinguistics: Assistant Prof at North Carolina State Univ, NC USA


Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: Sociolinguistics
Other Desired Areas:
University or Organization: North Carolina State University
Department: English
State or Province: North Carolina
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: November 1, 2001
Contact: Walt Wolfram walt_wolfram at ncsu.edu

Address for Applications:
Department of English, Box 8105
North Carolina State University
Raleigh
NC 27695-8105
USA

Assistant Professor, Sociolinguistics
North Carolina State University

The Department of English seeks to hire an Assistant Professor of
Sociolinguistics to begin August 1, 2002. This is a tenure-track
position. Candidates with expertise in Language and Gender will
receive special consideration. Teaching responsibilities at the
undergraduate and graduate level include linguistics courses for
majors and non-majors, as well as courses in area of specialization.

The linguistics concentration at NC State is a small but productive
program featuring a strong research component, a state-of the-art
linguistics lab, and opportunities for participation in
field-initiated research with the North Carolina Language and Life
Project.

The search committee will interview candidates at the LSA convention
in January. Submit letter and cv by November 1, 2001, to Dr. Mary
Helen Thuente, Head, Department of English, Box 8105, North Carolina
State University, Raleigh, NC 27695-8105.  Applicants from members of
underrepresented groups are encouraged. Individuals with disabilities
who seek accommodations during the application process should contact
Dr. Thuente.

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