12.2089, Jobs: Semantics, Pragmatics Lecturer, London UK

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Subject: 12.2089, Jobs: Semantics, Pragmatics Lecturer, London UK

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Date:  23 Aug 2001 07:04:30 -0000
From:  Billy Clark <b.clark at mdx.ac.uk>
Subject:  Semantics, Pragmatics: Temp Part-time Lecturer, Middlesex U, London UK

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Date:  23 Aug 2001 07:04:30 -0000
From:  Billy Clark <b.clark at mdx.ac.uk>
Subject:  Semantics, Pragmatics: Temp Part-time Lecturer, Middlesex U, London UK


Rank of Job: temporary part-time lecturer
Areas Required: semantics, pragmatics
Other Desired Areas: psychology of language
University or Organization: Middlesex University
Department: Communication and Language Studies
State or Province: London
Country: UK
Final Date of Application: 31st August, 2001
Contact: Billy Clark b.clark at mdx.ac.uk

Address for Applications:
Middlesex University, White Hart Lane
London
 N17 8HR
UK

A part-time position which has just become available at very short
notice at Middlesex University. The vacancy covers semester one of the
coming academic year, with teaching beginning on the 24th of
September.

We are looking for someone to teach a module called 'Meaning and
Understanding' which introduces second and third year students of
Communication and Language Studies to linguistic semantics and
pragmatics, and to ways of applying them in the analysis of texts.

The person appointed might also be asked to teach a module called
'Communication and the Mind', which introduces second year students to
the psychological aspects of language and communication.

Applications, consisting of a letter and CV, including the names of
two referees, should be sent to me (address etc. below) by 31st August
2001.

Billy Clark,
Middlesex University,
White Hart Lane,
London N17 8HR.
T: 020-8411 6555
F: 020-8411 6652
Email: b.clark at mdx.ac.uk

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