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Jobs: Ancient/Modern Greek; Latin; General Ling: PhD Position, Ghent U
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1. Mark Janse ,
Ancient Greek; Modern Greek; Latin; General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics: PhD Position, Ghent University, Belgium
Message 1: Ancient Greek; Modern Greek; Latin; General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics: PhD Position, Ghent University, Belgium
From: Mark Janse <mark.janseugent.be>
Subject: Ancient Greek; Modern Greek; Latin; General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics: PhD Position, Ghent University, Belgium
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University or Organization: Ghent University
Department: Department of Linguistics
Job Location: Ghent, Belgium
Job Rank: PhD Position
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics
Required Language(s): Greek, Ancient (grc)
Greek, Modern (ell)
Mark Janse, Research Professor in Ancient & Asia Minor Greek at Ghent
University, offers a short-term grant (1-2 years) for an advanced PhD
student whose dissertation needs one or max. two years to materialize.
Topics from the following fields are eligible: Ancient, Postclassical or
Byzantine Greek linguistics; Modern Greek, esp. Asia Minor Greek
dialectology; Latin or Italic linguistics (co-supervisor Professor Wolfgang
de Melo). Candidates are requested to send a letter of motivation with CV
and list of publications to mark.janseugent.be - subject "PhD Position".
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Mailing Address for Applications:
Professor Mark Janse
Department of Linguistics
Greek & Latin Section
Email Address for Applications: mark.janseugent.be
Professor Mark Janse
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