12.2072, Jobs: All Ling Fields PostDoc, Cornell Univ, NY USA

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Subject: 12.2072, Jobs: All Ling Fields PostDoc, Cornell Univ, NY USA

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Date:  17 Aug 2001 17:43:01 -0000
From:  Society for the Humanities <humctr-mailbox at cornell.edu>
Subject:  Linguistics: Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Cornell Univ, NY USA

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Date:  17 Aug 2001 17:43:01 -0000
From:  Society for the Humanities <humctr-mailbox at cornell.edu>
Subject:  Linguistics: Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Cornell Univ, NY USA


Rank of Job: Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellowship
Areas Required: Linguistics
Other Desired Areas:
University or Organization: Cornell University
Department: Society for the Humanities
State or Province: New York
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: January 3, 2002
Contact: Society for the Humanities humctr-mailbox at cornell.edu

Address for Applications:
A.D. White Ctr for the Humanities, 27 East Ave., Cornell University
Ithaca
NY 14853-1101
USA

The Department of Linguistics welcomes applications from candidates in
any area of linguistics.  Ph.D. must have been received after
September, 1996, or by June 30, 2002 (such applicants must include a
letter of confirmation).  Stipend: $34,000.  Fellowships are limited
to U.S. or Canadian citizens, or those with permanent U.S. residency
cards. For more information and application, contact either the
Dept. of Linguistics (lingdept at cornell.edu) or the Mellon Postdoctoral
Fellowships Program (humctr-mailbox at cornell.edu) at Cornell.  All
application materials (including letters of recommendation) must be
postmarked on or before January 3, 2002.  No faxed applications.
Awards will be announced in February, 2002.

Send all materials to: Program Administrator, Mellon Postdoctoral
Fellowships, Cornell University, Society for the Humanities,
A.D. White House, 27 East Ave., Ithaca, NY 14853-1101.


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