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Vacancies: Three Full-Time University Lectureships in International Relations

University of Leiden

Leiden University invites applications for three fulltime university lectureships in humanities-based International Relations. Our vision of IR highlights the interconnectedness of politics, economics, and culture, with due attention to the historical and regional contexts of the relevant theories and concepts and to both conventional and alternative perspectives, within IR and beyond. Requirements include the ability to work from interdisciplinary, transnational and transregional, and comparative perspectives within a humanities environment. Themes of special interest for this search include development, environment, gender, human rights, security, migration, refugees, NGOs, civil society, and transnational actors. Regions of special interest for this search include Asia, the Middle East, North America, and Russia. Appointment will be fixed-term from July 2016 for maximally four years, with the possibility of a permanent position thereafter. Candidates from outside the Netherlands may be eligible for a substantial tax break.

See http://werkenbij.leidenuniv.nl/vacatures/wetenschappelijke-functies/16-084-vacature-universiteit-leiden-three-fulltime-university-lectureships-in-humanities-based-international-relations.html.


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