13.1004, Jobs: Socioling: Lectureships, Queen Mary U/London UK

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Subject: 13.1004, Jobs: Socioling: Lectureships, Queen Mary U/London UK

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Date:  Wed, 10 Apr 2002 17:27:23 +0000
From:  j.l.cheshire at qmul.ac.uk
Subject:  Socioling/General Ling: Lectureships at Queen Mary Univ/London, UK

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Date:  Wed, 10 Apr 2002 17:27:23 +0000
From:  j.l.cheshire at qmul.ac.uk
Subject:  Socioling/General Ling: Lectureships at Queen Mary Univ/London, UK

The School of Modern Languages at Queen Mary, University of London,
invites applications for up to two Lectureships in
Linguistics. Expertise may be in any area of Linguistics but
preference may be given to Sociolinguistics.

The School has an outstanding record in research and teaching (it
gained the top 5 and 5* ratings in the 2001 UK Research Assessment
Exercise).

Appointments will normally be made on the Lecturer A or B scales
(currently 20,470 - 32,537 pound sterling plus London Allowance of
2,314 pounds sterling) although a senior appointment may be possible.

For further particulars of the post, and an application form, please
send an A4 stamped addressed envelope clearly marked with the
reference number 02071/LMM to: The Recruitment Administrator, School
of Modern Languages, Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road,
LONDON E1 4NS.  Completed forms should be returned by Wednesday 7th
May.

Further details may also be obtained by email from the administrator
of the School of Modern Languages, Mrs. Jill Evans
<J.K.Evans at qmul.ac.uk>. Any enquiries about specific points may be
addressed to Professor Jenny Cheshire <J.L.Cheshire at qmul.ac.uk>.

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