LINGUIST List 10.597

Mon Apr 26 1999

Support: University of South Carolina Doctoral support

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  1. Stanley Dubinsky, Doctoral support in Linguistics, U of South Carolina

Message 1: Doctoral support in Linguistics, U of South Carolina

Date: Fri, 23 Apr 99 14:18:16 EDT
From: Stanley Dubinsky <DUBINSKVM.SC.EDU>
Subject: Doctoral support in Linguistics, U of South Carolina

The Linguistics Program at the University of South Carolina
still has three TA-ships available through the Department
of English Language and Literature for 1999-2000.

We are particularly interested in doctoral students who have
interests in areas that are Program strengths. These include:
historical linguistics, language contact, language variation,
general sociolinguistics, and second language acquisition.
This support is particularly well suited to a doctoral candidate
who anticipates an academic career as a Linguist in an English
Department, and to this end the Program has articulated secondary
specializations in Composition and Rhetoric and in Medieval and
Early Modern English Literature.

A desirable applicant would be one with an MA in Linguistics,
English, or a related area. An interest in, and experience
with, teaching is highly desirable.

For more details about the Linguistics Program at USC, please
visit our Program website:
or contact the Director: Stanley Dubinsky (
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