LINGUIST List 16.1327|
Mon Apr 25 2005
Jobs: English/German Ling: Researcher, U of Hamburg
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English/German Linguistics: Researcher, University of Hamburg, Germany
Message 1: English/German Linguistics: Researcher, University of Hamburg, Germany
From: Nicole Baumgarten <nicole.baumgartenuni-hamburg.de>
Subject: English/German Linguistics: Researcher, University of Hamburg, Germany
University or Organization: University of Hamburg
Department: Research Center on Multilingualism
Job Rank: Researcher
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Computational Linguistics;
English/German Linguistics, Translation Studies
German, Standard (GER)
The Research Center on Multilingualism at the University of Hamburg offers a
3-year position as Research Assistant (part-time; BAT IIa/2; starting
1-Jul-2005). A full description (in German) is available at:
Address for Applications:
Prof. J. House
SFB Mehrsprachigkeit TP K4
Application Deadline: 23-May-2005
Prof. J. House
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