Wer auf der Suche nach neuen beruflichen Herausforderungen ist, sollte hierauf mal einen Blick werfen:
1. Assistant Professor in Political Theory at Susquehanna University
2. Assistant Professor of Political Theory at the University of Warwick
3. Assistant Professor of Political Theory at Bates College
4. Lecturer in Political Theory at the LSE
5. The International Scholars Fellowship Program of the OSU
6. Lecturer in Political Theory at Pennsylvania State University
Die neuen 6 Pfade zu noch mehr Reichtum, Ehre und Wohlstand:
The Department of Political Science at Susquehanna University invites applications for a one-year visiting position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the combined areas of Political Theory/Advanced Industrial Democracies for the 2010-2011 academic year. It is anticipated that in the autumn a tenure track search will be conducted and the successful candidate of this search is welcome to apply for that position. Successful candidates will be able to teach courses in Political Theory, and in the advanced democracies, particularly European politics, as well as an introductory comparative politics course. Course load is three courses per semester. Completion of a Ph.D. is preferred, but candidates with A.B.D. status will be considered. Teaching experience and a desire to teach in a small liberal arts college setting are preferred.
Founded in 1858, Susquehanna University is a national liberal arts college that prepares students for achievement, leadership and service in a diverse, interconnected world. Academic excellence, study away and service learning, student-faculty collaboration, and rich opportunities for creative and personal growth are hallmarks of a Susquehanna University education. Susquehanna students come from 30 states and 12 countries, and more than 90 percent of them find jobs or pursue graduate study within six months of graduation. The university is located in central Pennsylvania, in the town of Selinsgrove, along the banks of the scenic Susquehanna River and about three hours from major East Coast cultural, financial and recreational centers. For more information, visit www.susqu.edu.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching objectives, three letters of reference, and a current email address. Application materials should be sent electronically to Dr. Andrea M. Lopez, at email@example.com. If submitted by U.S. postal service, send to Dr. Andrea M. Lopez, c/o Ms. Anne Claus, Academic Assistant to the Political Science Search Committee, Susquehanna University, 514 University Avenue, Selinsgrove, PA 17870.
Susquehanna University is committed to creating a more diverse community. The university encourages candidates from historically underrepresented groups to apply. Susquehanna University is an EO/AA employer.
Department of Politics and International Studies Assistant Professor of Political Theory £36,715 – £43,840 pa Ref: 70240-020 Applications are invited for the post of Assistant Professor of Political Theory in the Department of Politics and International Studies (PAIS). You will be required to deliver high quality publications in relevant areas of Political Theory and will be expected to develop bids for external funding of research. You will join a dynamic group within PAIS working on the relationship between normative enquiry and public policy. You will also play a role in the development of the Centre for Ethics, Law and Public Affairs (CELPA), a PAIS-led research centre designed to address issues of public concern from the perspective of moral, legal and political philosophy. You will be required to teach political philosophy on undergraduate degree programmes such as Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE). You will have a PhD or equivalent in a relevant discipline (awarded or near completion) together with an emerging record of high quality publications. Evidence of a clear research agenda and a strategy for developing individual or collaborative bids for external research funding is required. For further details and an application form please visit our website below. Minicom users: 024 7615 0554 Closing date: 10 March 2010. www.warwick.ac.uk/jobs
Political Theory, One-Year Replacement Position. The Department of Politics at Bates College invites applications for a one-year, temporary replacement position in political theory at the assistant professor level to begin in September 2010. We will consider strong applicants from all specialties within political theory. The Politics Department has implemented an innovative curriculum which uses concentrations on broad sets of ideas in political science rather than the traditional subfields. We are interested in candidates who enhance the diversity of perspectives in the department and connect with other disciplinary and interdisciplinary efforts at the College. Those applying should show a strong commitment to excellence in research and undergraduate teaching. ABD will be considered, Ph.D. preferred. Review of applications will begin March 12, 2010 and continue until the position is filled. Please mail a letter of application, curriculum vitae, a writing sample, graduate and undergraduate transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to: Political Theory, Search R2505 c/o Bates College Academic Services 2 Andrews Road, 7 Lane Hall Lewiston, ME 04240 Bates values a diverse college community and seeks to assure opportunity through a continuing and effective Affirmative Action Program.
London School of Economics, Department of Government, Lecturer in Political Theory, Salary: £40,323 to £46,710 per annum inclusive. Applications from all fields of the discipline are invited for this career-track post tenable from 1 September 2010. You will join a large and thriving group of political theorists and philosophers and will carry out teaching and research. Methodologically, the Department?s political theory group is oriented towards the analytic tradition but it has strengths also in the history of political thought; those with proven research excellence in non-analytical approaches are likewise welcome to apply. You should possess teaching competence in areas beyond your particular area of research. You should also have a PhD, either awarded or scheduled to be submitted for examination by 1 September 2010. You should have a strong research record as evidenced by publications in major political philosophy journals or equivalent and have relevant teaching experience at undergraduate or postgraduate levels. You can find full details at: LSE Jobs
If you have any queries about applying on the online system, please call 00 44 (0)20 7955 7859 or email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference LEC/09/22. The closing date is 24 February 2010 at 5.30pm. Regrettably, we cannot accept late applications. We value diversity and wish to promote equality at all levels
The International Scholars Fellowship Program selects highly qualified scholars in the social sciences and humanities to assist Academic Fellowship Program (AFP) partner departments where Returning Scholars are placed. Various numbers of Returning Scholars are supported in every AFP partner department on their own fellowships. The International Scholars advise on the overall reform agenda of the departments and share with departmental colleagues the latest developments in their discipline, collaborate on the introduction of new courses, and encourage the development of skills critical to academic work. Perhaps the greatest, and most needed, contribution of International Scholars is the expert advice they offer on curriculum development and academic planning.
International Scholars share their experience with the department on a consultative basis. They work onsite with the departmental faculty members and PhD students during two or three short and intense visits in the academic year, and remain in touch with colleagues between visits.
Fellows are placed in departments that have been carefully selected as AFP partners. Partnerships are established on the basis of the departments‘ openness to change and advancement, and clear visions for future development. Within these departments, the AFP Returning Scholars Fellowship Program supports talented scholars who, after earning a postgraduate degree abroad, seek university positions and academic careers in their home countries.
View a pdf list of current AFP partner departments. This list is subject to change in the 2010-2011 academic year.
Supported fields are anthropology, area/cultural studies, economics, gender studies, history, human rights & public law, international relations, journalism/media studies, philosophy, political science, psychology, public policy/environmental studies, public policy/public health, social work, and sociology. The program does not support scholars in philology, the visual and performing arts, and business.
Candidates must be well-established or senior scholars and hold an internationally recognized PhD (or equivalent highest degree awarded in the academic field). AFP accepts applications for placements in Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Macedonia, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Russia, Serbia, Tajikistan, and Ukraine.
Fellowships begin in August or September 2010 and last one academic year. Fellowships include a modest stipend, transportation, accommodation, and various other allowances, and can be renewed.
April 7, 2010
The Department of Political Science invites applications for a three-year position as Lecturer in Political Science to begin in Fall 2010. We welcome candidates with teaching interests in political theory along with one or more other fields such as American Politics. Responsibilities will include teaching an introductory course in political theory as well as lower and upper level courses in the areas of the applicant’s expertise. In addition, the successful candidate will have responsibility for developing an online version of 1-2 courses. The teaching responsibilities associated with this position are three courses per semester, with one of these being the development of an online course. Candidates with a Ph.D. in hand and teaching experience will be given first priority. We are seeking a strong teacher who would thrive in the active intellectual atmosphere offered by our department. Applicants should send a cover letter explaining their teaching interests and experience, a current CV, a writing sample, sample syllabi, and teaching evaluations (with a key), by March 15, 2010. Candidates with fewer than four years since completion of the Ph.D. should also send an official graduate transcript. All candidates should request letters from three references to be sent directly to the search committee. Electronic submission of applications is strongly preferred, to email@example.com. If electronic submission is not possible, a paper copy can be sent to: Political Theory Lecturer Search, Department of Political Science, 219 Pond Lab, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802. Penn State is committed to affirmative action, equal opportunity and the diversity of its workforce.