LINGUIST List 5.1089

Fri 07 Oct 1994

Jobs: Spanish, Phonology, Native American ling, Hispanic ling

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  1. Span/Ling Search Committee, Job Announcement, Spanish Linguistics and Linguistics
  2. "H Craig Melchert", Job Announcement
  3. Garland Bills, Job: Native American linguistics
  4. , Job announcement: Hispanic linguistics

Message 1: Job Announcement, Spanish Linguistics and Linguistics

Date: Tue, 04 Oct 94 10:26:21 MDJob Announcement, Spanish Linguistics and Linguistics
From: Span/Ling Search Committee <FOREIGNLNMSUVM1.NMSU.EDU>
Subject: Job Announcement, Spanish Linguistics and Linguistics

Assistant Professor of Spanish Linguistics and Linguistics. Ph.D. in hand by
August 1995. Native or near-native fluency in Spanish. Strong background in
general linguistics, second language acquisition and sociolinguistics required.
Will teach undergraduate and graduate couses. Salary commensurate with
experience. Send complete dossier, including three recent letters of
recommendation, postmarked November 30, 1994, to the Span/Ling Search Committee
Dept. of Languages and Linguistics, Box 30001, Dept. 3L, NMSU, Las Cruces, NM
88003. New Mexico State University is an EEO/AA Employer. Offer of employment
contingent upon verification of individual's eligibility for employment in the
United States.
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Message 2: Job Announcement

Date: Tue, 04 Oct 94 15:00 EDT
From: "H Craig Melchert" <MELCHERUNCMVS.OIT.UNC.EDU>
Subject: Job Announcement

The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill invites applications
for a tenure-track, beginning assistant professor position in
phonology, beginning July 1, 1995. Candidates with Ph.D. should
send a cv, letters of recommendation, and a research sample to:
H. Craig Melchert, Chair, Department of Linguistics, CB#3155,
UNC, Chapel Hill NC 27599-3155. Application deadline is December 5,
1994. UNC-CH is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer;
women and minority candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.
Address e-mail inquiries to:
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Message 3: Job: Native American linguistics

Date: Tue, 4 Oct 1994 09:14 MST Job: Native American linguistics
From: Garland Bills <GBILLSBOOTES.UNM.EDU>
Subject: Job: Native American linguistics

The Department of Linguistics at the University of New Mexico
seeks applicants for a tenure track Assistant Professor position
in Native American linguistics beginning August 14, 1995.

Minimum qualifications: Ph.D. in linguistics by starting date of
appointment; current program of linguistic research; demonstrated
ability to work effectively in Native American communities.
Desirable qualifications: native or native-like proficiency in a
Native American language; research on one or more Native American
languages of the U.S. Southwest; area of expertise in syntax;
ability to communicate effectively with students and colleagues.

Deadline for receipt of applications is November 30, 1994. Send
letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and names of three
references to: Search Committee, Department of Linguistics,
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131-1196.

The University of New Mexico is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action employer.
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Message 4: Job announcement: Hispanic linguistics

Date: Tue, 4 Oct 94 21:25:04 EDTJob announcement: Hispanic linguistics
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Subject: Job announcement: Hispanic linguistics

The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures has been authorized to make
a two-year visiting assistant professor appointment in Hispanic Linguistics for
Fall 1995, with possible conversion to tenure track. The position requires a
Ph.D. and commitment to research. Record of excellent teaching and commitment
to computer-aided instruction is expected. ACTFL Superior-level oral
proficiency in Spanish is required; Superior-level proficiency in English is
Primary responsibility is to teach undergraduate and graduate courses (M.A.
level) in Hispanic Linguistics (specialization open). Also teach undergraduate
and graduate courses (M.A.) in the Linguistics Program, including phonological
theory regularly and possibly morphology and introductory linguistic analysis.
Knowledge of French and Romance Linguistics helpful. Languages of instruction
are Spanish for courses in the Spanish program and English for courses in the
Linguistics program.
Cover letter, curriculum vitae, dossier with three letters of recommendation,
sample of research, and evidence of teaching excellence to Harold G. Jones,
Chair, Foreign Languages and Literatures, 340 H.B.Crouse, Syracuse University,
Syracuse, NY, 13244-1160. Deadline for possible LSA interview, December 2,
1994. Syracuse University is an AA/EO employer.
If you have any questions about this opening, please get in touch with Jaklin
Kornfilt: Tel.: 315/443-5375; e-mail: or
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