Open Positions in Political Science

By Erica Chenoweth and Barbara F. Walter

Our departments are hiring. The Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies at UCSD (Walter’s home institution) has two positions that we will be interviewing for this fall. The first is for a tenure-track assistant professor, the second for a tenured associate professor. We are considering anyone in the areas of comparative politics, international and political economy, or public policy. Deadline for applications for the Asst. Professor position is September 15, 2012. Deadline for the Associate Professor position is October 1.

The Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver (Chenoweth’s institution) also has a job. It’s a tenure-track assistant professor position in International and/or Comparative Politics, broadly defined. The subfield is at the intersection of International Security, Human Security/Human Rights and Development. Regional specialization is open, but Middle East specialists are particularly encouraged to apply. We also encourage applications from candidates with an interdisciplinary background, including sociology, history and political economy. Deadline is October 1, 2012.

All those interested should apply. The full advertisements for each position can be found on e-jobs at APSAnet.org

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