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September 12, 2008

Hopkins-Nanjing Center Faculty positions

The vacancies are for one political science professor and two law professors for AY2009-2010.

POLITICAL SCIENCE POSITION FOR 2009-2010

The Johns Hopkins University – School of Advanced International Studies invites applications for a position as a visiting professor of political science, teaching in a prestigious graduate certificate and master’s program in Nanjing, China. The Hopkins-Nanjing Center is the oldest and most ambitious joint academic venture in China.

We seek applicants possessing a Ph.D., strong theoretical and methodological training, significant teaching experience, and scholarly productivity. Courses are taught in English and may include:

• American Foreign Policy
• China-U.S. Relations
• Comparative Politics
• Contemporary International Politics
• Democracy and Its Critics
• International Organizations
• International Relations Theory
• Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
• Strategic Studies
• Topics courses such as Environmental Politics, History of International Relations, Terror and Fundamentalism, Media and International Affairs, Political Risk Analysis, Traditions of Diplomacy, and/or International Political Economy

Johns Hopkins offers competitive salary and benefits packages, support with shipping, and a free furnished apartment on the Center campus. The teaching load is 2/2.

The deadline for applications is October 1, 2008. Applications may be downloaded at http://nanjing.jhu.edu/faculty/index.html or contact Carolyn Townsley at 202-663-5802 or ctownsley@jhu.edu. Further information is available at www.nanjing.jhu.edu.

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INTERNATIONAL LAW POSITION FOR 2009-2010

The Johns Hopkins University – School of Advanced International Studies invites applications for two positions as visiting professor of law, teaching in a prestigious graduate certificate and master’s program in Nanjing, China. The Hopkins-Nanjing Center is the oldest and most ambitious joint academic venture in China.

The candidate should possess a J.D. and/or Ph.D., a strong interest in cross-cultural relations, a commitment to institutional teamwork, teaching experience, and scholarly productivity. Instruction by the international faculty is in English. Appropriate courses may include human rights law, international law, comparative constitutional law, environmental law, trade and investment law, the professional role of lawyers, intellectual property, comparative legal cultures, and the history and philosophy of law in the West. Instructors may be asked to supervise some Chinese students in the preparation of a master’s thesis.

Johns Hopkins offers competitive salary and benefits packages, support with shipping, and a free furnished apartment on the Center campus. The teaching load is 2/2. Instructors at various stages of their careers will be considered, including more recent graduates of American law schools.

The deadline for applications is October 1, 2008. Applications may be downloaded at http://nanjing.jhu.edu/faculty/index.html or contact Carolyn Townsley at 202-663-5802 or ctownsley@jhu.edu. Further information is available at www.nanjing.jhu.edu.

Johns Hopkins is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

Posted by zzhu at September 12, 2008 05:06 PM