Apr 022020

Chèr.es Membres de l’Association canadienne de linguistique,

Aujourd’hui, le Congrès des sciences humaines a annoncé que le Congrès 2020 sera annulé. Cependant, l’Association canadienne de linguistique a décidé d’organiser une conférence virtuelle pendant la date déjà prévue, soit le 30 mai au 1er juin, 2020. Il n’y aura pas de frais d’inscription. Nous vous enverrons plus d’informations sur la façon de participer le plus tôt possible. Au plaisir de vous voir à la conférence virtuelle.

Conseil d’administration et comités de l’ACL

Dear Members of the Canadian Linguistic Association,

Today, the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences announced that Congress 2020 will be cancelled. However, the Canadian Linguistic Association has decided to hold a virtual Annual Meeting during the previously scheduled dates (May 30–June 1st, 2020). There will be no registration fee. We will send you additional details about how to join the meeting as soon as possible. We look forward to seeing you at the virtual meeting.

The CLA Executive and Committees

Mar 222020

Open position: Postdoctoral fellowship in Indigenous language documentation and technology



The university–community Partnership “21st Century Tools for Indigenous Languages” invites applications for a full-time Postdoctoral Fellowship in Indigenous Language Documentation and Technology, beginning in summer/fall 2020, in this research project funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) of Canada. The start date is negotiable, and the appointment is tenable for 2 years, subject to review after the 1st year.

This 7-year Partnership is led by the Alberta Language Technology Lab (ALTLab) in the Department of Linguistics, University of Alberta, and it has as partner organizations 13 institutions and Indigenous language communities and 31 individual researchers and educators in Canada, the United States, and Norway. Further details of our Partnership and the host organization can be found at: https://altlab.artsrn.ualberta.ca/21c/ and http://altlab.artsrn.ualberta.ca

Members of our Partnership have been developing computational models of the phonetics, morphology, lexis, and syntax of Indigenous languages in Canada and North America, starting with the Algonquian and the Dene language families, to create software applications that support their continued use in daily life by both speakers and learners. These include intelligent electronic dictionaries, spell-checkers, linguistically analyzed text collections, computer-aided language learning tools, as well as text-to-speech synthesizers and optical character recognition. The languages we have gotten the furthest with are Plains Cree (Algonquian) and Tsuut’ina (Dene), see: https://altlab.artsrn.ualberta.ca/tools-applications/ and https://altlab.artsrn.ualberta.ca/publications/.


The tasks of the Postdoc will include the following, allowing for variation based on the successful applicant’s competences and interests:

  1. participation in/responsibility for the continued development of our existing computational morphological and phonetic models and end-user applications for the Algonquian and/or Dene and/or other Indigenous languages we are already working on;
  2. participation in/responsibility for the development of new computational morphological and phonetic models and applications for Indigenous languages other than the ones we are working on, preferably spoken in Canada;
  3. partial training and supervision of undergraduate and graduate students (M.A/Ph.D level) in developing models, applications and resources for Indigenous languages;
  4. engagement with Indigenous community consultants on collecting primary linguistic data and gathering feedback from community members;
  5. other administrative responsibilities.

The fellowship comes with an annual salary (in CAD) in line with SSHRC policies (https://www.sshrc-crsh.gc.ca/funding-financement/programs-programmes/fellowships/postdoctoral-postdoctorale-eng.aspx), and benefits.

The postdoc is expected to work with and support the activities of multiple Partners in the Partnership, and may be co-located or based at other Partners for part of their tenure (https://altlab.artsrn.ualberta.ca/21c/people/). To this end, the Partnership has allocated dedicated funding for work and travel at multiple locations.

By the end of the Postdoc appointment, the successful applicant will have a set of skills allowing them to partner with Indigenous communities and field linguists to develop a range of sophisticated tools in support of language maintenance and revitalization.


  1. The applicants should have recently completed, or be about to finish, a Ph.D degree in linguistics or an associated relevant discipline.
  2. Successful applicants may have specialized either in:
    1. the documentation and study of Indigenous American languages, with an interest to learn computational modelling, or
    2. the computational modelling (text and/or speech) of morphologically rich languages, with an interest to learn the essential morphological and phonetic characteristics of the languages we are working with.


The application should include:

  1. A research statement (ca. 2 pages) outlining past experience and current research interests and, in particular, how these align with and contribute towards the goals of our Partnership project;
  2. A Curriculum Vitae (with a List of Publications); and
  3. 1–3 relevant academic writing samples.
  4. Letters of Recommendation should be sent directly to Project Director, Dr. Antti Arppe (arppe@ualberta.ca) by 3 referees.

Applicants should contact Dr. Arppe in advance to discuss their research plan.

Applications and any inquiries should be sent by electronic mail to Dr. Arppe. Review of applications will begin by April 30, 2020, and will continue until the position is filled.

30-April-2020 (Open until filled)


For the latest up-to-date information, please consult: https://altlab.artsrn.ualberta.ca/21c/2020/03/14/postdoc-language-documentation-2020/

Further queries: Dr. Antti Arppe (arppe@ualberta.ca)

Mar 072020

STEP2020: Spring Training in Experimental (Psycho)Linguistics

Website: http://ccp.artsrn.ualberta.ca/step/

Dates: 05/25/2020 to 05/30/2020

Location: University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta

Focus: Advancing the methodological skills and conceptual prowess of students of linguistics and psycholinguistics since 2014.

The Centre for Comparative Psycholinguistics (CCP, University of Alberta Department of Linguistics) organizes a week long Spring Training Workshop in current issues and methods in psycholinguistics. This 7th STEP will take place in Edmonton, Alberta, May 25-30, 2020. The Spring School is directed at postdoctoral fellows, graduate and advanced undergraduate students, and anyone else interested in learning how to turn their research ideas into concrete steps towards experimental designs, data collection and analysis using advanced experimental and statistical methods.

STEP 2020 Instructors and Courses

  • Yu-Ying Chuang & Harald Baayen (Eberhard Karls University Tübingen) – Modeling lexical processing with Linear Discriminative Learning – An introduction to the discriminative lexicon with the WpmWithL dl package for R
  • Stefan Th. Gries (UC Santa Barbara & Justus Liebig University Gießen) – Corpus-linguistic text processing with R
  • Aki-Juhani Kyröläinen & Vincent Porretta (McMaster University) – Generalized Additive Modeling – Advanced statistical methods for psycholinguistics
  • Elena Nicoladis (University of Alberta) – Nonverbal communication – Gestures and speech
  • Annika Nijveld & Benjamin V. Tucker (University of Alberta) – Speech in psycholinguistics

Certified courses (with an optional assessment component)

  • Liam Blything (University of Alberta) – Creating a visual world paradigm step-by-step using Experiment Builder
  • Isabell Hubert Lyall (University of Alberta) – Introduction to R for experimental data processing
  • Aki-Juhani Kyröläinen & Vincent Porretta (McMaster University) – Introduction to linear mixed-effects regression using R
Fees: CAD390 + GST. The workshop fee includes attendance, workshop materials, tea/coffee, light snacks and lunches (6 days).

Registration Dates: 03/30/2020 to 05/15/2020

Contact person information: Lindsay Griener, CCP Coordinator

Phone: +1 780 492 7560

Email: ccpling@ualberta.ca

Apply online: http://ccp.artsrn.ualberta.ca/

Registration Instructions: Please see the website for registration. Online registration will open on March 30, 2020 and close on May 15 2020. Onsite registration is possible – after May 15, please email ccpling@ualberta.ca.

Feb 262020

NOVEMBER 5-8, 2020

Keynote Speaker:
Reiko Mazuka (RIKEN Center for Brain Science)
Plenary Speaker:
Adele Goldberg (Princeton University)

We will be accepting two kinds of submissions: symposium proposals (due April 1; see below) and abstracts for 20-minute talks or posters (beginning April 1, due May 1).


We are currently soliciting 1000-word proposals for a 90-minute symposium at the Boston University Conference on Language Development on any topic likely to be of broad interest to the conference attendees.

Proposals should include a list of the participants, topics, and format, and should name at least one organizer. Send submissions to langconf@bu.edu with “Symposium proposal” in the subject line.

DEADLINE: All symposium proposal submissions must be received by April 1, 2020. Symposium decisions will be made by June.


Submissions of 500-word abstracts for 20-minute talks and posters will be accepted beginning April 1, 2020 at: http://www.bu.edu/bucld/abstracts/abstract-submission/

DEADLINE: All abstract submissions must be received by 8:00 PM EST, May 1, 2020. Please note this is an earlier deadline than in previous years.

Submissions that present research on any topic in the fields of first, second, and additional language acquisition from any theoretical perspectives will be fully considered.

Abstracts must be limited to 500 words, with up to one extra page for examples, figures, tables, and references (for a total length of no more than two pages). A suggested format and style for abstracts is available at: http://www.bu.edu/bucld/abstracts/abstract-format/


General conference information is available at: http://www.bu.edu/bucld

We encourage submissions from scholars in countries affected by the new travel restrictions. We will arrange remote presentation for accepted abstracts by scholars who are unable to attend for this reason.

Questions? Email us at: langconf@bu.edu.

Thank you,

BUCLD 2020 Organizing Committee
Boston University Conference on Language Development
96 Cummington Mall, Room 246
Boston, MA 02215
Feb 032020


Date limite reportée au 15 avril 2020

Le prix du chercheur ou de la chercheuse en début de carrière est décerné à une personne en début de carrière qui a contribué de manière remarquable à la linguistique en tant que science.

Le lauréat ou la lauréate recevra le prix à l’assemblée générale annuelle qui a lieu lors du congrès annuel de l’association.


Les candidats doivent :

  • occuper un poste académique reconnu dans un établissement postsecondaire canadien ou faire preuve d’un autre statut professionnel équivalent
  • être membre en règle de l’association canadienne de linguistique
  • avoir terminé un programme en linguistique ou autre domaine étroitement lié au cours des 10 années précédant la date limite du concours (cette période n’inclut pas les congés autorisés comme congé parental ou congé de maladie).


Selon les dossiers présentés. Un individu ne peut recevoir ce prix qu’une seule fois, mais le même récipiendaire est tout de même admissible au Prix national d’excellence par la suite.


Le processus de sélection des lauréats tient compte d’un ou de plusieurs des critères suivants :

  • contribution substantielle et remarquable à la recherche en linguistique ou en matière de langue relative au niveau de carrière;
  • sens de l’innovation en recherche et en diffusion des résultats;
  • influence significative sur les pratiques, les politiques et la communauté en général.

Contenu du dossier de candidature

  1. Une lettre de nomination d’au plus quatre pages, qui présente l’importance de la contribution du candidat ou de la candidate en ce qui a trait aux critères suivants :
    • innovation et originalité dans les résultats et méthodes de recherche;
    • contribution remarquable à la recherche en linguistique ou en matière de langue correspondant au niveau de carrière;
    • efficacité dans la diffusion et la transmission du savoir;
    • influence significative sur les pratiques, les politiques et la communauté en général;
    • autres contributions pertinentes.
  2. Le curriculum vitae du candidat ou de la candidate incluant la liste de ses publications.

La date limite pour le dépôt des candidatures est le 1 15 avril 2020. Les dossiers doivent être envoyés, par voie électronique à Diane Massam, présidente du comité de sélection (diane.massam@utoronto.ca).


Deadline extended to April 15, 2020

The Early Career Researcher Award is presented to an individual early in their career who has made outstanding and original contributions to the field of linguistics.

The award laureate will be awarded the prize at the Annual General Meeting held each year during the annual meeting of the Association.


Nominees must:

  • hold a recognized academic appointment at a Canadian post-secondary institution or demonstrate equivalent other professional standing.
  • be a member of the CLA in good standing.
  • have completed their most recent program of study in Linguistics or a closely related field not more than 10 years prior to the competition deadline (exclusive of any documented leave such as parental or sick leave).


As nominations warrant. No individual may be awarded this prize more than once; however, recipients are still eligible for the National Excellence award at a later date.


One or more of the following criteria will be used in the selection of the award winners:

  • substantial and distinguished contributions to linguistic or language research relative to career level;
  • innovation in research and dissemination;
  • impact on practice, policy, and the broader community.

Nomination Package

  1. Letter of nomination. The letter (maximum 4 pages) should outline the significance, benefits or impact of the nominee’s achievements as they relate to one or more of these categories:
    • Innovation and originality in research outcomes or methods;
    • Distinguished contributions to linguistic or language research relative to career stage;
    • effectiveness in communication and knowledge translation;
    • impact on practice, policy, and the broader community;
    • other appropriate contributions. 

  2. The nominee’s curriculum vitae, including a list of their publications.

The deadline for nominations is 1 15 April 2020. Nominations should be sent electronically to Diane Massam, Selection Committee Chair at (diane.massam@utoronto.ca).

Jan 242020

The Department of Linguistics, in the College of Arts and Science, University of Saskatchewan, invites applications for a tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor in the area of General and Applied Linguistics with a primary specialization in Indigenous languages of the Americas, language revitalization and documentation commencing July 1, 2020.

The successful candidate must have a PhD or expected date of defense in 2020 (at the time of the appointment) in Linguistics or Applied Linguistics with demonstrated research and teaching experience related to Indigenous language revitalization, description, and documentation or archiving. Indigenous community engagement with a research focus on an Indigenous language are also required. Fluency in an Indigenous language of the Americas would be an asset. The candidate must also demonstrate excellence in teaching and a record of peer-reviewed academic publications.

The College of Arts and Science offers a dynamic combination of programs in the humanities, fine arts, social sciences, and natural sciences. There are over 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the College, and 312 faculty members, including seven Canada Research Chairs. The College emphasizes student and faculty research, interdisciplinary programs, community outreach, and international opportunities.

The University of Saskatchewan’s main campus is situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis. The University of Saskatchewan is located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, a city with a diverse and thriving economic base, a vibrant arts community and a full range of leisure opportunities. The University has a reputation for excellence in teaching, research and scholarly activities and offers a full range of undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs to a student population of over 25,000.


The prospective candidate is expected to contribute to the growth of a vibrant and successful Linguistics department at the University of Saskatchewan by participating in course and program development with an Indigenous focus. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in Linguistics, performing administrative service, maintaining an active research agenda, engaging in public service, attracting and supervising graduate students, and applying for external funding.

Salary bands: Assistant Professor: $96,301 TO 115,723; Associate Professor: $115,723 to $135,145; Full Professor: $135,145 to $157,804. Appointment is expected to be at the Assistant Professor rank.

This position comes with a comprehensive benefits package which includes a dental, health and extended vision care plan; pension plan, life insurance (compulsory and voluntary), academic long-term disability, sick leave, travel insurance, death benefits, an employee assistance program, a professional expense allowance, and a flexible health and wellness spending program.

Application materials to be submitted via email:

  • cover letter;
  • detailed curriculum vitae;
  • minimum of three letters or reference;
  • list and or description of courses they have taken;
  • copy of PhD degree or a statement of status in the program by the supervisor;
  • research statement (no more than 5 pages including references);
  • teaching portfolio including a teaching philosophy (no more than two pages),
    teaching evaluations if applicable;
  • any supporting documents.

Please submit materials to:

Professor Olga Lovick
Department of Linguistics
Arts 924, 9 Campus Drive
University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A5

Telephone: (306) 966-1156
Email: linguistics.department@usask.ca

Application deadline along with all supporting documents is March 22, 2020; however applications will be accepted and evaluated until the position is filled.

The anticipated start date is July 1, 2020.

The University of Saskatchewan is strongly committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace that empowers all employees to reach their full potential. All members of the university community share a responsibility for developing and maintaining an environment in which differences are valued and inclusiveness is practiced. The university welcomes applications from those who will contribute to the diversity of our community. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.

Dec 312019

The Department of Linguistics at the University of Ottawa is pleased to announce a call for papers for the Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto Phonology/Phonetics Workshop (MOT). The workshop will take place March 27-29, 2020.

Abstracts are invited on any topic related to phonetics, phonology, their interfaces with each other, or their interfaces with the morpho-syntax.

Please submit anonymous abstracts in PDF format with the words “MOT 2020” in the subject line to mot2020conference@gmail.com. Abstracts are not to exceed 1 page, including data and references, with 1-inch margins and 11 point font. Please submit abstracts by Monday, February 3, 2020 by 11:59pm EST. Abstracts will be reviewed internally, with results expected within two weeks of submission. Abstracts and talks may be in either English or French.

Logistical details about the workshop will follow in due course. Please address any questions to Marc Brunelle and Kevin McMullin (mot2020conference@gmail.com).

C’est avec plaisir que le département de linguistique à l’Université d’Ottawa lance un appel de propositions pour l’atelier de phonologie/phonetique MOT (Montréal-Ottawa-Toronto). L’atelier aura lieu du 27 au 29 mars 2020.

Nous vous invitons à soumettre des résumés portant sur tout sujet en phonétique, phonologie, morphologie, ou concernant leurs interfaces. Les résumés doivent être soumis par courriel en format PDF, avec les mots «MOT 2020» dans le titre du message, à mot2020conference@gmail.com. Les résumés ne doivent pas dépasser 1 page, y compris les références et les exemples, avec des marges de 1 pouce et une taille de caractère d’au moins 11pt. La date limite pour soumettre un résumé est le lundi 3 février 2020 à 23h59 HNE. Les résumés seront évalués à uOttawa. L’annonce des résultats sera faite deux semaines après la date limite. Les résumés et les conférences peuvent être en français ou en anglais.

Les détails logistiques sur MOT vous parviendront plus tard. Veuillez vous adresser à Marc Brunelle et Kevin McMullin (mot2020conference@gmail.com) si vous avez des questions.

Dec 102019
PhD / MA
University of Alberta
Specialty Areas:
Morphology; Phonetics; Computational Linguistics; Language Documentation; Text/Corpus Linguistics; Indigenous Languages; Language Revitalization

The Alberta Language Technology Lab (ALTLab) at the Department of Linguistics, University of Alberta is offering two graduate student positions at the PhD (4 years) or MA (2 years) level in its graduate program, to start September 2020 under the research project: 21st Century Tools for Indigenous Languages, funded by a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Partnership Grant in 2019 – 2026, see: http://altlab.artsrn.ualberta.ca/21c.

Our Partnership is hosted by ALTLab and led by Dr. Antti Arppe. We develop language technological models, tools, and resources for Indigenous languages in Canada, starting with Plains Cree (Algonquian) and Tsuut’ina (Dene), and plan to continue and expand work with other languages. These resources include: intelligent electronic dictionaries, linguistically analyzed collections of spoken and written texts, spell-checkers, language learning and practice tools, and word form analyzers and generators, created in collaboration with Indigenous communities to facilitate and support the use of their languages in all spheres of life by community members.

Duties and responsibilities:
Beside studies in the Department’s graduate program, the graduate student will be expected to:

  • support the development or maintenance of current or future projects within ALTLab for our Partner communities
  • conduct research that falls under ALTLab research topics on the languages of our Partners and/or another Indigenous language (see past publications and list of potential research topics on our website)
Preferred Qualities:
  • experience in and knowledge of the phonetics/phonology and/or morphosyntax of Indigenous languages (North American Indigenous languages, in particular Plains Cree or other Algonquian language)
  • experience in computational linguistics and natural language processing (e.g. finite-state transducers, speech technology)
  • interest or experience in language documentation, language revitalization, language learning
We offer:
  • an opportunity to personally contribute to the practical retention of linguistic diversity
  • opportunities for well-rounded, comprehensive training in empirical research methods in field linguistics, psycholinguistics and corpus linguistics as well as in language technology
  • a chance to participate in an international SSHRC funded Partnership involving collaboration with partner organizations world-wide in the development of language technology and research on Indigenous languages
How to apply:
To apply, send by email to 21ct4il@gmail.ca (attn: Dr. Antti Arppe, ref: PhD 2020):

  • a brief statement of research interests and relevant background
  • curriculum vitae (including possible publications and presentations)
  • university transcripts
  • at least two confidential academic letters of reference delivered directly to Dr. Arppe (arppe@ualberta.ca) by the referees

We will start considering applications in late-December 2019. The positions are open until filled, but we urge applications to be submitted by Friday Jan 3, 2020, so as to meet the Linguistics departmental regular graduate application deadline on Friday, Jan 10, 2020. These positions are for a start in September 2020.

For further information, please consult the ALTLab website: https://altlab.artsrn.ualberta.ca/call-for-phd-student-applications-deadline-january-3rd-2020/ or contact us (21ct4il@gmail.com).

Applications Deadline:
Mailing Address for Applications:
Attn: Dr. Antti Arppe
2-40 Assiniboia Hall
Department of Linguistics, University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E7
Contact Information:
Partnership office 21ct4il@gmail.com
Dec 102019

Applications are invited for a full-time postdoctoral position in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Alberta. The postdoctoral fellow will work in the Prosody Lab and the Centre for Comparative Psycholinguistics with Drs. Anja Arnhold and Juhani Järvikivi on projects relating to the prosodic marking of focus in Canadian English and the role of prosody in referential processing. Primary duties include active engagement in research and the research community, conceptualizing, designing, and conducting research projects, preparing findings for publication and oral presentation, laboratory management, and working with graduate and undergraduate students in the two labs. Candidates need not be Canadian Citizens to apply. The salary for this position will be $40,000 CAD a year, plus $3000 a year for research related costs, and supplemental health benefits, in keeping with university postdoctoral fellowship guidelines. The desired start date is April 1, 2020, at the latest. The position is for one year with the possibility of renewal for a second year.

The Prosody Lab is a recently-established and fully-equipped space for conducting experimental studies on the production and perception of spoken language. The lab itself houses a large sound-attenuated booth that contains a station for classical one-participant set-ups, as well allowing to record conversations of several speakers seated comfortably around a table. Lab members also have access to research facilities of other labs at the department or operated by the Faculty of Arts, including further recording booths and classroom-sized computer labs for perception studies.

The Centre for Comparative Psycholinguistics is a major venue of experimental research in language processing in North America and a lively research environment that attracts undergraduate and graduate students and senior staff across faculties and disciplines. The CCP research facilities include a line of SR Research Eyelink eye trackers (including 2 brand new Portable Duo trackers), mobile eye tracking glasses, and a Biosemi EEG. In addition to the local facilities and contacts, the Postdoctoral fellow will benefit from and participate in the Annual Spring Training in Experimental Psycholinguistics as well as training and training events organized within the SSHRC Partnered Training Initiative Words in the World.


  • Completed PhD (within past 5 years and before the start date) in Linguistics, Cognitive Science, or a related field.
  • Demonstrated experience in prosody research within the autosegmental-metrical framework, experimental design, and relevant statistical methods.
  • Experience and skills with ToBI-annotation, R statistical language, and advanced statistics (e.g., LMMs, GAMMs, other regression techniques) are desirable.
  • Experience with any of the following: annotation of information structure, eye-tracking methods, EEG/ERPs, language processing, and/or individual differences would be a plus.

To Apply: Applications should include a Cover letter, CV, a brief (max. 2 pages) statement of interest, one representative recent publication, and the names and contact details of three referees. Applications should be sent as a single pdf file via e-mail to Drs. Anja Arnhold and Juhani Järvikivi with the subject “Prosody Postdoc”.

Contact Names: Dr. Anja Arnhold, Dr. Juhani Järvikivi
Application emails: arnhold@ualberta.ca, jarvikivi@ualberta.ca

Closing date:

Application review will begin on February 1, 2020, and will continue until the position is filled.

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those individuals selected for an interview will be contacted.

The University of Alberta is committed to an equitable, diverse, and inclusive workforce. We welcome applications from all qualified persons. We encourage women; First Nations, Métis and Inuit; members of visible minority groups; persons with disabilities; persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity and expression; and all those who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas and the University to apply.

Dec 102019


L’UQAM recherche des candidates et candidats qualifiés afin de renouveler son corps professoral et assurer un développement de qualité dans tous les domaines d’activités.


  • Enseignement de l’acquisition de la langue première
  • Encadrement d’étudiants aux deuxième et troisième cycles
  • Recherche en acquisition de la langue première et développement du domaine dans le département
  • Participation aux tâches départementales et autres services à la collectivité


  • Doctorat en linguistique
  • Capacité d’enseignement universitaire aux trois cycles en acquisition de la langue première
  • Expérience de recherche et dossier de publications récentes en acquisition de la langue première
  • Capacité d’entreprendre, dès l’entrée en fonction, un programme de recherche en acquisition de la langue première
  • Capacité à s’intégrer à l’équipe départementale
  • Excellente maîtrise du français parlé et écrit


  • Capacité de contribuer à l’enseignement et à l’encadrement des étudiants dans un autre domaine de la linguistique
  • Expérience d’enseignement universitaire dans des domaines pertinents


TRAITEMENT : Selon la convention collective UQAM-SPUQ

L’Université du Québec à Montréal souscrit à un programme d’accès à l’égalité en emploi. De ce fait, elle invite les femmes, les autochtones, les membres des minorités visibles, des minorités ethniques et les personnes en situation de handicap qui répondent aux exigences du poste à soumettre leur candidature. Nous encourageons les personnes qui s’identifient à l’un ou l’autre de ces groupes à remplir le Questionnaire d’identification à la présente adresse et à le joindre à leur dossier de candidature : http://www.rhu.uqam.ca/visiteurs/egalite/QuestionnaireAccesEgalite.pdf
. La priorité sera donnée aux Canadiennes, Canadiens et aux résidentes, résidents permanents.

Les personnes intéressées sont priées de faire parvenir une lettre d’intention, un curriculum vitae en français,
détaillé, daté et signé, un dossier de publications et toute autre information pertinente. Les candidates et les
candidats devront fournir les noms et coordonnées de trois répondants et prieront leurs répondants d’acheminer
directement leur lettre de recommandation au département de linguistique. Tous les dossiers (papier ou électronique)
doivent parvenir AVANT le 15 janvier 2020, 17 H, à :

Madame Lucie Ménard, directrice
Département de linguistique
Université du Québec à Montréal
C.P. 8888, Succursale Centre-Ville
Montréal, Québec H3C 3P8
Téléphone : 514 987-3000, poste 3515

Télécopieur : 514 987-4652
Internet : http://linguistique.uqam.ca