LINGUIST List 5.1455

Thu 15 Dec 1994

Jobs: French ling, Sociolinguistics, Applied linguistics

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  1. , job announcement
  2. N o s t a l g i a, Job Opening for English/Socio/Applied
  3. Jon Jonz, Applied Linguistics Position

Message 1: job announcement

Date: Sat, 10 Dec 1994 18:58:36 job announcement
Subject: job announcement



Assistant Professor in FRENCH LINGUISTICS, tenure-track,
contingent upon budgetary approval; PhD required. Able to teach a
variety of courses in French linguistics at undergraduate and
graduate levels and contribute to training and supervision of
graduate teaching assistants. Appropriate areas of
specialization: discourse analysis, second language acquisition,
language pedagogy. Expertise in business French or cultural
studies helpful. Seeking strongest, most versatile candidate we
can find. Send letter and CV. The University at Albany is an
equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Applications from
women, minority persons, handicapped persons and special disabled
or Vietnam era veterans are especially welcome.

Professor Mary Beth Winn, Chair
Department of French Studies, HU235
University at Albany
State University of New York
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY 12222
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Message 2: Job Opening for English/Socio/Applied

Date: Thu, 15 Dec 94 19:06:06 JSJob Opening for English/Socio/Applied
From: N o s t a l g i a <>
Subject: Job Opening for English/Socio/Applied

[Poster's note: Please do not send your query to me via email; I am
only posting this for Peter. Thanks -- KM]

 Hiroshima University
 Faculty of Integrated Arts & Science,
 Kagamiyama 1-chome 7-1,
 Higashi-Hiroshima, Hiroshima
 Japan 724

 Dean: Prof. Mitsuo Watabe

 7 December, 1994

Faculty Position in the English Department, Foreign Language Course

Applications are invited from suitable candidates (either English
native speakers or Japanese) for a temporary (3-year) teaching
position in the above department. Details relating to the position,
and the method of application and the documents required are given

Location: Hiroshima University Foreign Language Course,
 Department of English.

Faculty Required: Professor, Associate Professor or Lecturer.

Starting Date: April 1, 1995.
Duration: April 1, 1995 - March 31, 1998.

Qualifications: M.A. essential; Ph.D. preferred; research and
 teaching experience desirable.
 Japanese candidates must have reached the age of 60.

Area of Specialization: Sociolinguistics; Applied Linguistics.

Teaching Duties: Specialized classes in sociolinguistics;
 general English classes;
 skill-based English classes, specializing in
 reading, listening, speaking and writing.

Documents Required: Curriculum Vitae (including recent photograph);
 All publications (NB. originals are required);
 Names and addresses of three persons from whom
 references may be sought.

Deadline for receipt of applications and supporting documents:
 January 9, 1995

Applications should be sent to:
 Prof. Mitsuo Watabe
 Dean, Faculty of Integrated Arts & Science,
 Hiroshima University,
 Kagamiyama 1-chome, 7-1,
 Higashi-Hiroshima, Hiroshima 724.

Further information may be obtained from the Chairman of the Selection

 Prof. Peter Goldsbury
 English Department,
 Faculty of Integrated Arts & Science,
 Hiroshima University,
 Kagamiyama 1-chome, 7-1,
 Higashi-Hiroshima, Hiroshima 724
 Tel. (Int) + 81-824-24-6436
 Fax. (Int) + 81-824-24-0755

 Home Tel. Int + 81-82-211-1271
 Home Fax. Int + 81-82-211-1955

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Message 3: Applied Linguistics Position

Date: Thu, 15 Dec 94 11:15:55 -0Applied Linguistics Position
Subject: Applied Linguistics Position

24, 1995. East Texas State University invites applications for
Assistant Professor of English (tenure-track) to teach courses in
applied linguistics/ESL, full time, starting August 21, 1995.
Minimum qualifications: doctorate in applied linguistics or
related applied field (by June 1, 1995); college teaching
experience to include some or all of the areas listed below (see
"Duties"); demonstrated research commitment. Desirable
qualifications: experience with in-service and pre-service
teacher preparation at elementary and secondary levels; ability
and experience in teaching composition (including technical
writing), literature surveys, word-building, or introductory
philosophy; knowledge of languages other than English. Duties:
teach undergrad and grad courses in general linguistics,
structure and history of English, ESL principles and practices,
language acquisition and processing, sociolinguistics; advise
undergrad and grad students, direct theses; conduct and publish
research in area of applied linguistics specialty. Required
application materials: letter of application, c.v., transcripts,
three recent letters of recommendation. Send all materials to
Gerald Duchovnay, Head, Department of Literature and Languages,
East Texas State University, Commerce, TX 75429. Closing date:
February 24, 1995. Files that were active at the time the search
was closed earlier this year will be reactivated.

East Texas State University, which enrolls approximately 8,000
students in undergrad, Master's, and doctoral programs in three
colleges (A&S, Business/Technology, Education), is located off
Interstate Highway 30, about 65 miles northeast of Dallas.
Teaching assignment occasionally requires a weekly commute to a
satellite campus in suburban Dallas/Forth Worth.

East Texas State University is committed to the goals of
Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity. Qualified
members of affected groups are encouraged to apply.
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