17.2024, Jobs: Morphology: Asst Prof, Carleton College

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Subject: 17.2024, Jobs: Morphology: Asst Prof, Carleton College

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Date: 10-Jul-2006
From: Tamara Little < tlittle at carleton.edu >
Subject: Morphology: Assistant Professor, Carleton College, MN, USA 

	
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Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 15:14:14
From: Tamara Little < tlittle at carleton.edu >
Subject: Morphology: Assistant Professor, Carleton College, MN, USA 
 

University or Organization: Carleton College 
Department: Linguistics Program
Job Rank: Assistant Professor  
Specialty Areas: Morphology; Semantics; Syntax

Description:

The Linguistics Program at Carleton College invites applications for a
two-year, non-tenure-track position. We hope to hire someone who will teach
excellent undergraduate courses in morphology, syntax, and semantics.  For
details about the teaching, please see our description of the curriculum in
Linguistics at http://apps.carleton.edu/curricular/ling/. The Ph.D. is
required (by August, 2007). We anticipate appointing a person at the level
of Assistant Professor, but advanced standing is possible for candidates
with significant teaching experience. 

The Director of the Linguistics Program (Michael Flynn) will be a visitor
at Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan, during the fall of 2007, so we
would like to ask applicants to follow the procedure below.

Please send electronic versions of the following to Michael Flynn at
mjflynn at carleton.edu:

- cover letter
- cv
- an elaborated description of your teaching experience (about one page)
- a brief statement of research interests (one page)
- some preliminary ideas about how you would structure courses in
introductory syntax and advanced syntax for sensational undergraduates (no
more than two pages)
- three letters of recommendation (referees may send these directly, if
possible)

Professor Flynn will be reviewing materials in Kyoto. Also, please send
hard copies of all of the above, plus no more than three samples of
research, to:

Tami Little
Administrative Assistant, Linguistics Program
Carleton College
One North College St. 
Northfield, MN 55057
USA

The application deadline is December 1, 2006. We will interview candidates
at the Linguistics Society of America annual meeting in Anaheim. We very
much welcome preliminary expressions of interest or inquiries about the
position. Please direct them to Michael Flynn at his email address above.

Carleton College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. We
are committed to developing our faculty to better reflect the diversity of
our student body and American society. Women and members of minority groups
are strongly encouraged to apply.





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