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 				  foNETiks


 			  A network newsletter for
 		  the International Phonetic Association
   			and for the Phonetic Sciences

 			        February 2008

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 			    SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
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Members of the International Phonetic Association who have not yet paid 
their subscription for 2008 are asked to do so at:
 		http://www.arts.gla.ac.uk/IPA/subs.html
Subscribing now means you will receive all three issues of JIPA promptly.

New members welcome!  Information about benefits of membership and prices
are available at the same e-mail address.

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Linda Shockey, University of Reading, UK.
Gerry Docherty, Newcastle University, UK. 
Paul Foulkes, University of York and JP French Associates, UK. 
Lisa Lim, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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 			OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS
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   		  [date of first appearance follows]
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22-23 February 2008. Current Approaches to Spanish & Portuguese Second 
Language Phonology. Minneapolis, MN, USA. 
<http://spanport.cla.umn.edu/L2phonology> (08/07)

27 February 2008. Methodological Aspects of Intonation Research. Bamberg, 
Germany. <http://www.ling.uni-potsdam.de/~kuegler/prosodieag.htm> (07/07)

28-29 February 2008. The Role of Phonology in Reading Acquisition. Workshop 
at the 30th Annual Meeting of the Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Sprachwissenschaft
(DGfS). Bamberg, Germany. 
<http://www.uni-bamberg.de/en/fakultaeten/guk/tagungen/dgfs2008> (08/07)

28-29 February 2008. LangTech 2008. San Michele a Ripa, Rome, Italy. 
<http://www.langtech.it/en/default.htm> (12/07)

25 March 2008. GLOW31: Categorical Phonology and Gradient Facts. GLOW Phonology
Workshop, Session of Generative Linguistics in the Old World. Newcastle upon 
Tyne, UK. <http://conferences.ncl.ac.uk/glow2008/> (12/07)

27 - 28 March 2008. Belgrade International Meeting of English Phoneticians
BIMEP2008, Belgrade, Serbia. (01/08)

28 March 2008. Workshop on Empirical Approaches to Speech Rhythm, Center for 
Human Communication, UCL, UK. 
<http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/rhythm2008/index.html> (01/08) (2/08)

3-5 April 2008. Sociolinguistic Issues in the Use of Language Analysis to 
Determine National Origin. Amsterdam, Netherlands. <http://www.taalstudio.nl>
(07/07)

11-13 April 2008.  Experimental and Theoretical Advances in Prosody. Ithaca, 
New York, USA. <http://ling.cornell.edu/prosody08> (06/07)

18-20 April 2008. The 8th Phonetic Conference of China (PCC 2008) and the 
International Symposium on Phonetic Frontiers (ISPF 2008). Celebration of 
Professor WU Zongji's One Hundredth Birthday. Beijing, China. 
<http://www.pcc2008.cn/PCC2008_en/index.html> (12/07)

25-26 April 2008. Symposium on Phonologization. Chicago, IL, USA. 
<http://humanities.uchicago.edu/phonlab/phonologization.html> (12/07)

5-7 May 2008. SLTU 08: International Workshop on Spoken Languages Technologies
for Under-Resourced Languages. Hanoi, Vietnam. 
<http://www.mica.edu.vn/sltu/> (12/07)

6-9 May 2008. Speech Prosody 2008. Campinas, Brazil. <http://www.sp2008.org/> 
(12/06)

15 - 16 May, 2008. ISCA Workshop: Evidence-based Voice and Speech 
Rehabilitation in Head & Neck Oncology Tinbergen lecture hall, Royal 
Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences. Kloveniersburgwal 29, Amsterdam. 
www.fon.hum.uva.nl/webhnr/ (01/08)

++27 May 2008.  Workshop on language resources for less-resourced languages 
Marrakech,Morocco. 
http://ixa2.si.ehu.es/saltmil/en/activities/lrec2008/lrec-2008-workshop-
cfp.html   (2/08)

22 - 24 May 2008. 16th Manchester Phonology Meeting, Manchester, United 
Kingdom. <http://www.englang.ed.ac.uk/mfm/16mfm.html>  (01/08)

25-28 June 2008. 12th Congress of the International Clinical Phonetics and 
Linguistics Association. Istanbul, Turkey. <http://www.icpla2008.org>/ (09/07)

30 June - 2 July 2008. LabPhon11: 11th Laboratory Phonology Conference. 
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. 
www.victoria.ac.nz/labphon11 (05/07)

2 - 4 July 2008. Australian Linguistic Society Conference, Macquarie 
Universit Sydney, Australia. 
http://www.ling.mq.edu.au/clas/conferences.htm (01/08)

9 July 2008. The Phonological Deficit Hypothesis. Asheville, NC, USA. 
<http://triplesr.org/conference/08conf.php> (12/07)

21-26 July 2008. Workshop on Speech Science in Linguistics: Non-Native Speech 
Production and Perception. 18th International Congress of Linguistics (CIL18. 
Seoul, Korea. <http://www.cil18.org/workshop/workshop_04.htm> (12/07)

28 July - 1 August 2008. XI International Congress for the Study of Child 
Language (IASCL): Edinburgh, UK. 
<http://www.in-conference.org.uk/IASCL> (09/07)

31 July - 2 August 2008. Consonant Clusters and Structural Complexity. Munich,
Germany. www.phonetik.uni-muenchen.de/cluster 
<http://www.phonetik.uni-muenchen.de/cluster> (12/07)

++18 - 22 August, 2008.  Summer School on Corpus Phonology, Augsburg, Germany.
[log in to unmask]; http://www.uni-augsburg.de/summerschool
(2/08)

8 - 12 September 1008. Eleventh International Conference on TEXT, SPEECH and 
DIALOGUE (TSD 2008). Brno, Czech Republic. <http://www.tsdconference.org/> 
(01/08)

22-26 September 2008. Interspeech 2008. Brisbane, Australia. 
<<http://www.interspeech2008.org/>> (09/06)

4 - 6 December 2008. HEARD AROUND THE WORLD: PHONETIC DIVERSITY IN THE WORLD'S
LANGUAGES, Universite Libre de Bruxelles and The Royal Academy for Overseas 
Sciences of Belgium. <Http://www.heard.ulb.ac.be> (01/08)


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 			 CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS, SCHOOLS
 			********************************

CFP: "Collaboration: interoperability between people in the creation of 
language resources for less-resourced languages"

                  CALL FOR PAPERS

LREC 2008 pre-conference workshop

Marrakech, Morocco:  afternoon of Tuesday 27th May 2008 Organised by the 
SALTMIL Special Interest Group of ISCA

SALTMIL:			http://ixa2.si.ehu.es/saltmil/
LREC 2008:			http://www.lrec-conf.org/lrec2008/

Call For Papers: 
http://ixa2.si.ehu.es/saltmil/en/activities/lrec2008/lrec-2008-workshop-
cfp.html
Paper submission: 
http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=saltmil2008

Papers are invited for the above half-day workshop, in the format outlined 
below.  Most submitted papers will be presented in poster form, though some 
authors may be invited to present in lecture format.

Context and Focus

The minority or "less resourced" languages of the world are under increasing 
pressure from the major languages (especially English), and many of them lack 
full political recognition.  Some minority languages have been well researched
linguistically, but most have not, and the majority do not yet possess basic 
speech and language resources which would enable the commercial development 
of products.  This lack of language products may accelerate the decline of 
those languages that are already struggling to survive.  To break this vicious
circle, it is important to encourage the development of basic language 
resources as a first step.

In recent years, linguists across the world have realised the need to document
endangered languages immediately, and to publish the raw data. This raw data 
can be transformed automatically (or with the help of volunteers) into 
resources for basic speech and language technology. It thus seems necessary 
to extend the scope of recent workshops on speech and language technology 
beyond technological questions of interoperability between digitalresources: 
the focus will be on the human aspect of creating and disseminating language 
resources for the benefit of endangered and non-endangered less-resourced 
languages.

Topics

The theme of "collaboration" centres on issues involved in collaborating with:

* Trained researchers.
* Non-specialist workers (paid or volunteers) from the speaker community.
* The wider speaker community.
* Officials, funding bodies, and others.

Hence there will be a corresponding need for the following:

* With trained researchers: Methods and tools for facilitating collaborative 
working at a distance.
* With non-specialist workers: Methods and tools for training new workers 
for specific tasks, and laying the foundations for continuation of these 
skills among native speakers.
* With the wider speaker community: Methods of gaining acceptance and wider 
publicity for the work, and of increasing the take-up rates after completion 
of the work.
* With others: Methods of presenting the work in non-specialist terms, and of
facilitating its progress.

Topics may include, but are not limited to:

* Bringing together people with very different backgrounds.
* How to organize volunteer work (some endangered languages have active 
volunteers).
* How to train non-specialist volunteers in elicitation methods.
* Working with the speaker community: strengthening acceptance of ICT and 
language resources among the speaker community.
* Working collaboratively to build speech and text corpora with few existing 
language resources and no specialist expertise.
* Web-based creation of linguistic resources, including web 2.0.
* The development of digital tools to facilitate collaboration between people.
* Licensing issues; open source, proprietary software.
* Re-use of existing data; interoperability between tools and data.
* Language resources compatible with limited computing power environments 
(old machines, the $100 handheld device, etc.)
* General speech and language resources for minority languages, with 
particular emphasis on software tools that have been found useful.

Important dates

29 February 2008	Deadline for submission
17 March 2008		Notification
31 March 2008		Final version
27 May 2008		Workshop

Organisers

* Briony Williams:  Language Technologies Unit, Bangor University, Wales, UK
* Mikel Forcada:  Departament de Llenguatges i Sistemes Informatics, 
Universitat d'Alacant, Spain
* Kepa Sarasola:  Dept. of Computer Languages, University of the Basque Country

 		***********************************
 		LIPS 2008: Visual Speech Synthesis Challenge

LIPS 2008 is the first visual speech synthesis challenge. It
will be held as a special session at INTERSPEECH 2008 in Brisbane,
Australia (http://www.interspeech2008.org). The aim of this challenge is
tostimulate discussion about subjective quality assessment of
synthesised visual speech with a view to developing standardised evaluation
procedures.

In association with this challenge a training corpus of audiovisual
speech and accompanying phoneme labels and timings will be
provided to all entrants, who should then train their systems using this
data. (As this is the first year the challenge will run and to promote
wider participation, proposed entrants are free to use a pre-trained
model).

Prior to the session a set of test sentences (provided as audio, video
and phonetic labels) must be synthesised on-site in a supervised room. A
series of double-blind subjective tests will then be conducted to
compare each competing system against all others. The overall winner
will be announced and presented with their prize at the closing ceremony
of the conference.

All entrants will submit a 4/6 (TBC) page paper describing
their system to INTERSPEECH indicating that the paper is addressed to the
LIPS special session. A special edition of the Eurasip Journal on Speech,
Audio and Music Processing in conjunction with the challenge is also scheduled.

To receive updated information as it becomes available, you can
join the mailing list by visiting
https://mail.icp.inpg.fr/mailman/listinfo/lips_challenge.
Further details will be mailed to you in due course.

Please invite colleagues to join and dispatch this email
largely to your academic and industrial partners. Besides a large participation
of research groups in audiovisual speech synthesis and talking faces we
particularly welcome participation of the computer game industry.

Please confirm your willingness to participate in the challenge, submit
a paper describing your work and join us in Brisbane by sending an email
to [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask],
[log in to unmask]


Organising Committee

Sascha Fagel, University of Technology, Berlin - Germany
Barry-John Theobald, University of East Anglia, Norwich - UK
Gerard Bailly, GIPSA-Lab, Dpt. Speech & Cognition, Grenoble -
France

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Workshop on Empirical Studies of Speech Rhythm
Centre for Human Communication, UCL
Workshop date: 28th March 2008

Webpage now available: http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/rhythm2008

Empirical studies of speech rhythm are becoming increasingly popular.
Metrics for the quantification of rhythm have been applied to typological,
developmental, pathological and perceptual questions. The prevalence of
rhythm metrics based on durational characteristics of consonantal and
vocalic intervals indicate the need for agreement about their relative 
efficacy and reliability. More fundamentally, it remains to be demonstrated 
whether such metrics really quantify speech rhythm, a controversial and 
elusive concept.

Confirmed speakers:
Francis Nolan (Cambridge) - keynote speaker
Fred Cummins (UCD)
Volker Dellwo (UCL)
Klaus Kohler (Kiel)
Elinor Payne (Oxford)
Petra Wagner (Bonn)
Laurence White (Bristol)

Further information:
For more information and updates please check www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/rhythm2008.
Email enquiries should be directed to [log in to unmask]

On behalf of the scientific organizing committee:
Volker Dellwo, Elinor Payne, Petra Wagner and Laurence White

 			*******************************

Summer School on Corpus Phonology
University of Augsburg, Germany
18 - 22 August 2008

contact:[log in to unmask]

organized by the CorPho group (http://www.corpho.eu) local organisation: 
Ulrike Gut

web: http://www.uni-augsburg.de/summerschool

Description:

The Summer School focuses on the newly emerging field of corpus phonology - 
the use of purpose-built corpora of spoken language for the study of speakers'
and listeners' knowledge of the sound system of languages, the laws underlying
such sound systems as well as their acquisition in first and second language 
learning. It is the aim of the summer school to bring together experts in 
all disciplines involved in corpus phonology projects such as theoretical 
phonology, both diachronic and synchronic, phonetics, corpus linguistics, 
speech technology, text technology, computer science, mathematics and 
statistics.

PhD students and post-doc researchers who are working on or planning to work 
on corpus phonology projects, are invited to join the summer school.
It offers one week of intensive study of the complete process of corpus 
phonology starting from spoken corpora design, through to data collection 
and annotation, corpus searches and automatic corpus analyses to finally 
corpus sharing and corpus dissemination on the web. In addition, scholars 
from related disciplines (language documentation, language acquisition, 
speech synthesis and recognition) have been invited as keynote speakers.


Prof. Dr. Ulrike Gut
Chair for Applied English Linguistics
University of Augsburg
Universitetsstr. 10
86159 Augsburg

 				*******************
 				POSITIONS AVAILABLE
 				*******************


Position in Experimental Linguistics 
Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea

Area of specialty:
Experimental Linguistics (psycholinguisitcs, phonetics, phonology,
discourse, syntax, semantics, etc)

Rank: Open

Application Deadline: 28-Feb-2008

The Department of English Literature and Linguistics, Hanyang
University (Seoul, Korea, http://www.hanyang.ac.kr/english) invites
foreign applications for a full time faculty position with the rank
open in the field of experimental linguistics to start on September
1, 2008 (or March 1, 2009). The successful candidate will be given
one of the following: conditional tenure-track, tenure-track or
tenured position, depending on the candidate¡¯s qualifications and
research record. (The conditional tenure-tack position means that the
tenure-track status will be determined after the initial 2-3 year
contract period.) The position is contingent on final approval by the
university.

Area of specialization is open, as long as the candidate's research
is based on experimental work, dealing with theoretical issues of any
subfields of linguistics (e.g., phonetics, laboratory phonology,
syntax, semantics, discourse, psycholinguistics). (Candidates whose
research interests lie in psycholinguistics with word or sentence
processing are particularly encouraged to apply, but we value a
strong research/publication record.)

Minimum Qualifications:

The applicant must hold PhD before the job starts; must have at least
2 articles already published in international scholarly journals in
the past 3 years; must hold a foreign nationality with a native
command of English.

Responsibilities:

Teaching two courses per semester (what courses to be taught,
however, will be negotiable, but some general linguistics may be
included); advising undergraduate and graduate students; and sharing
administrative and committee work with other faculty members.

Salary/Benefits:

The average annual salary for the position is as follows: full
professor - around 95,000USD; associate professor - around 75,000
USD; assistant professor - around 65,000USD; and a residence will be
provided for 2-3 years. The actual salary will be determined based on
the candidate¡¯s teaching and research experience and qualifications.
Other benefits may include a start-up fund and possible annual
university research funds. Each faculty member is granted one
research assistantship to support a graduate student.

Hanyang University is one of the top 5 private universities in Korea
to which top 5% or better high school students are generally
admitted. The department has 6 linguistics and 6 literature faculty
members. Professors in linguistics specialize in experimental
phonetics, laboratory phonology, theoretical phonology,
neurolinguistics, first/second language acquisition, cognitive
grammar, syntax/semantics.

The department has recently built a state-of-art
Phonetics/Psycholinguistics Laboratory (Director: Taehong Cho) to
promote research programs in experimental linguistics. It is equipped
with a magnetometer system (EMA), an Eye-tracking system (Eye-Link
II), a professional sound booth, two perception booths and other
necessary computer facilities. The successful applicant will have a
full access to the lab facilities. (FYI: http://tcho.hanyang.ac.kr
and click "phonetics lab")

Application Details:

The first screening process will be made based on the candidate's
CV, statement of teaching and (past, current, and future) research
interests and 2-3 sample research papers published within the past 3
years and three letters of recommendation. The letters of
recommendation should be sent directly to Taehong Cho at
[log in to unmask] Candidates who are short-listed after the first
screening process will be asked to send original documents and formal
university application materials

Application Email: [log in to unmask]

Contact Information: Taehong Cho ([log in to unmask]),
http://tcho.hanyang.ac.kr

The university website: http://www.hanyang.ac.kr/english

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Centre for General Linguistics (ZAS) Berlin   http://www.zas.gwz-berlin.de/

In projects to be associated with the Centre for General Linguistics (ZAS) 
Berlin, I am looking for a postdoctoral researcher or for two doctoral 
student researchers in phonology/phonetics. The work includes comparative 
experimental research on the intonation of German, Mandarin Chinese, and 
Yoruba (with the possible addition of another language by a successful 
applicant), as well as administrative duties. The money is approved until 
the end of July 2009 (end of September 2009 for one doctoral student 
position). Extension of the projects for three years after that is likely.

The work should begin as soon as possible. Salary and social benefits are 
according to Germany's public sector TV-L E13-O scale. For the postdoctoral 
position, this currently ranges between 2606 and 4033 Euro per month before 
taxes, depending on formal qualification and professional experience. A 
doctoral student would receive half of that.

The Berlin/Potsdam area has a lively linguistics community, with much work 
also on intonation and on prosody.

Some experimental experience is required of the successful applicant. 
Knowledge of statistics is a plus, as is experience with intonation, but 
enthusiastic phonologists or phoneticians with other backgrounds are also 
considered.

Please send your application or your questions by e-mail to Hubert 
Truckenbrodt. Applications should include a CV, one or two work samples, 
and names of three references (two at the doctoral student level).

Applications by qualified women are particularly welcome. Handicapped 
applicants are given preference in case of equal qualification. 
Application Deadline: 03-Mar-2008  (flexible)
Application Email: [log in to unmask]

**********************************************************

The Department of Linguistics at Georgetown University seeks to hire a 
Visiting Assistant Professor with a specialization in Phonology for the 
2008-2009 academic year. Salary and benefits are competitive. All 
requirements for the PhD must be completed by August 2008. Interested 
applicants should send a letter of application, CV, one representative 
publication and the names of three references to Elizabeth Zsiga. 
Applications may also be sent by email (pdf versions only). For full 
consideration, applications should be received by the deadline.

Georgetown University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. 
Application Address: Elizabeth  Zsiga 
Department of Linguistics 
Box 571051 
Georgetown University 
Washington   DC  20057-1051 
USA
Application Email: [log in to unmask]
http://www.linguistics.georgetown.edu/

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The Department of Linguistics at New York University seeks an assistant 
professor to fill a tenure-track position in Prosodic Phonology, beginning 
September 1, 2008, pending administrative and budgetary approval. 
Applicants should have a strong background in both theoretical linguistics 
and in the relevant laboratory techniques.

Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses. We 
seek candidates with expertise in prosodic phonology or intonation and in 
their interface with syntax, semantics, morphology and/or sociolinguistics. 
For information about the Linguistics department, please visit the website 
listed above.

Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, three letters of 
recommendation, and a sample of work to the application address listed 
below. Review of applications will begin on February 22, 2008, and 
continue until position is filled. 
Application Address:
Prosodic Search Committee 
Department of Linguistics 
New York University 
726 Broadway, 7th Floor 
New York   US  10003 
USA
http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/lingu/
 	******************************************************************

The Linguistics Department, Memorial University of Newfoundland, is seeking 
to make a 12-month appointment at the rank of Assistant professor, 
effective 1 August 2008, subject to budgetary approval. Qualifications: PhD 
(or near completion) in Linguistics with specializations in phonology and 
language acquisition, ideally with good knowledge of acoustic phonetics; a 
demonstrated record of effective teaching at the undergraduate and, if 
possible, graduate levels; and evidence of an active research program.

The successful applicant will be expected to teach a range of courses in 
phonology and acquisition at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, to 
undertake graduate supervision, to maintain an active research program, and 
to contribute to the administrative duties of the department.

Please send a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, the names and 
addresses of three referees, and any supporting documents, including 
teaching evaluations, to the application address listed below.

Memorial University is the largest university in Atlantic Canada. As the 
province's only university, Memorial plays an integral role in the 
educational and cultural life of Newfoundland and Labrador. Offering 
diverse undergraduate and graduate programs to almost 18,000 students, 
Memorial provides a distinctive and stimulating environment for learning in 
St. John's, a safe, friendly city with great historic charm, a vibrant 
cultural life, and easy access to a wide range of outdoor activities.

Memorial University is committed to employment equity and encourages 
applications from qualified women and men, visible minorities, aboriginal 
people and persons with disabilities. All qualified candidates are 
encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be 
given priority. 
Application Deadline: 01-Mar-2008 
Application Address: Dr. Marguerite  MacKenzie, Head 
Department of Linguistics 
Memorial University of Newfoundland 
St. John's   Newfoundland  A1B 3X9 Canada 
Application Email: [log in to unmask] 
Phone: (709) 737-8134 Fax: (709) 737-4000

 	*************************************************************

The Department of Linguistics at the University of British Columbia invites 
applications for a limited term (12 month) full-time faculty position in 
phonetics or speech science. We expect this position to be at either the 
assistant or associate professor level, depending on rank and experience. 
The successful candidate will teach one graduate course (LING 508: Phonetic 
Theory and Analysis) and two upper-level undergraduate courses (LING 316: 
introduction to Phonetics and Speech Science, and 317: Instrumental 
Phonetics) during the academic year (September to April inclusive). In 
addition, the position entails some graduate supervision, as well as the 
opportunity to conduct research and participate actively in the 
intellectual life of the department.

Applicants should have a primary specialization in phonetics or speech 
science. A secondary research interest in Linguistic Fieldwork or Cognitive 
Science would be an asset. Candidates should hold a PhD in phonetics or 
speech science by the start date of the appointment and have demonstrated 
teaching ability.

The appointment runs for 12 months, starting at a date to be negotiated 
between July 1st and September 1st 2008. Salary will be commensurate with 
qualifications and experience. This position is subject to final budgetary 
approval.

Please send a hard copy of the following materials to the address below: 
(i) application letter; (ii) curriculum vitae; (iii) teaching evaluations 
(if available), or other evidence of teaching effectiveness; (iv) a sample 
of published or unpublished work. In addition, applicants should arrange 
for three letters of recommendation to be sent to Henry Davis, Acting Head, 
Department of Linguistics at the address given below.

Any applicant whose materials are received by February 15th, 2008 will be 
guaranteed consideration. UBC hires on the basis of merit and is committed 
to employment equity. We encourage all qualified persons to apply. However, 
Canadians and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority. 
Application Deadline: 15-Feb-2008 
Application Address: Henry  Davis 
Acting Head, Department of Linguistics 
E270, 1866 Main Mall 
University of British Columbia 
Vancouver   British Columbia  V6T 1Z1 
Canada 
Contact Information: Professor Henry  Davis 
[log in to unmask]
Phone: (604) 822-8948 Fax: (604) 822-9687


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