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Annonce de trois postes de francais (fwd) BOURASSA ANDRE G

A la demande d'un collegue, une annonce d'emplois disponibles:

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Date: Sun, 29 Oct 1995 11:01:40 -0800
From: Magdy Gabriel Badir <mbadir@gpu.srv.ualberta.ca>
To: Andre Bourassa <bourassa.andre_g@uqam.ca>
Subject: Annonce de trois postes de francais

Cher Collegue,
Pourriez-vous en tant que Moderateur afficher cette
annonce sur votre reseau.
Mes plus sinceres remerciements.
Prof.Magdy Gabriel Badir
A tous les interesses,il y aura trois postes disponibles dans le
departement de langues modernes (division Langues romanes). Les
specialistes dans tous les domaines, (du Moyen-Age jusqu'au XXe siecle)
sont encourages a se porter candidat. Voici l'annonce officielle.

Il y a aussi un poste pour l'espagnol.
University of Alberta         Romance Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
Edmonton                Department of Modern Languages & Comparative Studies

Canada T6G 2E6              300 Arts Building, Tel. (403) 492-3272, Fax (403)


Applications are invited for three tenure-track positions in French,
effective July 1, 1996, at or near the floor of the rank of Assistant
Professor, in the Department of Modern Languages and Comparative Studies at
the University of Alberta. The 1995-96 minimum sala~ for Assistant
Professors is $39,320. Applicants must have a PhD, a native or near native
proficiency in French, a demonstrated interest in research, and strong
teaching potential. Teaching duties will include responsibilities in both
undergraduate and graduate programs, and the successful candidates will be
expected to contribute to the development and teaching of programs in
French in general as well as to teach in their areas of expertise. The
Department is in the process of redesigning its programs and the research
interests of new appointees will play a major role in detelmining their
direction. Applications are invited for all specializations in French. For
example, candidates might offer any of the following as their area of
expertise: Literary History, Theory and Criticism, French Intellectual
History, Cultural Practices, Francophone Studies, Translation Studies, or
French-CanadianStudies. The Department would like to make one of these
three appointments in language and invites applications in particular from
suitably qualified candidates with a background and research interests in
applied linguistics or second language learning. Applications, including a
resume and three letters of recommendation, should be sent by December 1,
1995, to Dr. Richard A. Young, Chair, Department of Modern Languages and
Comparative Studies, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E6. In
accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, this advertisement is
directed to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada. The
University of Alberta is committed to the principle of equity in
employment. As an employer we welcome diversity in the workplace and
encourage applications from all qualified women and men, including
Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, and members of visible
minorities. This appointment is subject to available funding.


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