LINGUIST List 23.568|
Fri Feb 03 2012
Jobs: Lang Acq; Phonology; Syntax: 6 Funded PhD Positions, U of Tromsø
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1. Marit Westergaard ,
Language Acquisition; Phonology; Syntax: 6 Fully Funded PhD Positions, University of Tromsø, Norway
Message 1: Language Acquisition; Phonology; Syntax: 6 Fully Funded PhD Positions, University of Tromsø, Norway
From: Marit Westergaard <marit.westergaarduit.no>
Subject: Language Acquisition; Phonology; Syntax: 6 Fully Funded PhD Positions, University of Tromsø, Norway
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University or Organization: University of Tromsø
Job Location: Tromsø, Norway
Web Address: http://castl.uit.no
Job Rank: 6 Fully Funded PhD Positions
Specialty Areas: Language Acquisition; Phonology; Syntax
Six PhD positions in syntax, phonology and language acquisition at CASTL
(Center for Advanced Study in Theoretical Linguistics) at the Faculty of
Humanities, Social Sciences and Education
The following reference no. must be quoted in your application: 11/6079
The University of Tromsø currently has six vacant research fellow positions
for applicants who want to pursue a PhD degree in theoretical and/or
experimental linguistics. The successful applicant will propose a research
project that is compatible with ongoing work at CASTL (see
http://castl.uit.no) in the areas of syntax, phonology or language acquisition.
There will be two positions in each of the three subdisciplines (syntax,
phonology, language acquisition). This distribution may be adjusted in case
there are not enough suitable candidates in each of the subdisciplines.
For further information, please contact:
Professor and Center Director Marit Westergaard, phone number (+ 47)
776 44256, e-mail: marit.westergaarduit.no or Head of Administration
Tore Bentz, phone number (+ 47) 776 44751, e-mail: tore.bentzuit.no
The Center for Advanced Study in Theoretical Linguistics (CASTL) is a
Norwegian Center of Excellence funded by The Research Council of
Norway and the University of Tromsø. The academic group at the center
currently consists of 6 senior researchers, 8 researchers/post-doctoral
research fellows and 14 PhD students. Several other researchers and PhD
students with other sources of funding are connected to CASTL as affiliates
or guest researchers, so that the CASTL community today consists of
about 50 researchers and PhD students.
CASTL's primary research activity is within generative grammar with a
focus on syntax, phonology, and language acquisition. CASTL also runs a
Graduate School. The candidates hired in the advertised research
fellowships are expected to follow the program of the Graduate School and
to complete a doctoral dissertation within the four years. A more detailed
plan for coursework, research, and teaching will be developed by the
employee together with the Graduate School Coordinator shortly after
appointment. More information about our research and the Graduate
School may be found here:
The successful applicant will have to document qualifications in theoretical
and/or experimental linguistics at the Master's level.
The appointment will include teaching in the Department of Language and
Linguistics at the Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education.
The normal period of appointment is four years. The PhD study is
standardized to three years. The fourth year consists of teaching or other
duties for the university, organized according to a distribution formula of 25
% per year. The university may fund a shorter period of appointment if the
research fellow has already completed parts of his/her research education,
or when previous appointments to educational positions (research fellow,
research assistant or the equivalent) may be considered as part of the
education. The combined research education must add up to three years in
Read the full job announcement at the application URL below.
Application Deadline: 07-Mar-2012
Web Address for Applications: http://www.jobbnorge.no/job.aspx?jobid=80751&translateid=2
Professor Marit Westergaard
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