October 28, 2009
Kokkalis Graduate Student Workshop, Harvard
11th Annual Kokkalis Graduate Student Workshop
The Kokkalis Program, in collaboration with the Southeast European Study Group of Harvard's Center for European Studies in 1999 launched the annual Kokkalis Graduate Student Workshop on Southeastern Europe. The Workshop takes place every February and is a forum for graduate students and scholars who are focusing their studies on Southeastern and East-Central Europe.
The goal of the Workshop is to bring together graduate students from around the world and of all disciplines of social science to present papers on issues related to Southeastern Europe. It is an exciting opportunity for students, faculty and others interested in the region to meet and exchange views on issues such as foreign policy, security, civil society, human rights, media, crime and corruption, economic reform, public administration and policy. Graduate students submit proposals for papers to present and then are sponsored to travel to Cambridge and participate in the Workshop.
More information about the workshop, including this year's topics and how to apply
Eastern Europe in Crisis, 05/13-14/2010, Scotland
EASTERN EUROPE AND THE CRISIS
Greetings. I write to let you know that we are proposing to organise a small conference here in May 2010 on EASTERN EUROPE AND THE CRISIS, with a focus on the political implications of the economic changes that have taken place since late 2008 in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus (and of course elsewhere). We’ve chosen the dates Thurs 13 and Friday 14 May 2010, from 2pm on the Thursday to 5 or so on the Friday, followed by a dinner.
We’re inviting papers (on top of those already promised), and we expect to be able to meet all local costs and at least to make a contribution to travelling costs where these cannot be met from other sources. We may include a concluding panel that will give an opportunity to those who would like to make a contribution but not necessarily in the form of a written paper, and you are welcome to propose your services as chair (we don’t expect to have discussants as such).
Subject to agreement and obviously to the comments of reviewers, we would hope to make the papers available for consideration as a special issue of Europe-Asia Studies (and probably as a separate book).
Do please let us know if you would be able and willing to attend, and if you would wish to offer a formal paper, what its title would be. We will be in touch again at a later stage with more specific arrangements.
Department of Politics, University of Glasgow
12 September 2009
The University of Aberdeen is a charity registered in Scotland, No SC013683.
Deadline: 25 October 2009
CALL FOR PAPERS Volume 22.1 (Spring 2010)
Contributions, including research articles, book and film reviews, and review articles are welcome from all research students and academics. Submissions to the Board of Editors may be sent via e-mail attachment (email@example.com) or on a CD in Microsoft Word format. All research articles must include a 100-200 word abstract and adhere to the MHRA Style guide in advance of submission (available for download for free from the MHRA website).
All manuscripts are refereed and undergo a review process. Contributions submitted must not be under consideration by other publications at the time of submission. The editors reserve the right to make any changes thought to be necessary or appropriate to typescripts accepted for publication. A duplicate should be retained by the author. No disks or hard copies shall be returned.. The maximum length for consideration of an article is 6,000 – 7,000 words (including footnotes), and 700 words for a review.
Slovo is a fully refereed, twice-yearly journal, edited and managed by postgraduates of the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies. This journal aims to discuss and interpret Russian, Eurasian, Central and East European affairs, covering the fields of anthropology, economics, film, geography, history, international studies, linguistics, literature, media, politics and sociology.
The deadline for article submissions for Volume 22.1 is the 25 October 2009.
If you have any queries about becoming a contributor for Slovo please do not hesitate to get in touch with us via firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to assist.
Not ready to submit an article? Then why not write a book or film review? Contact Slovo for more details
Research Associate, CUNY, New York City
RF CODE: 7300
FLSA GROUP: Exempt
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under the general supervision of the Principal Investigator (PI), Professor Susan Woodward, but exercising substantial independent judgment, will manage the research and networking component of a project on "Filling the Knowledge Gaps on Peacebuilding." Emphasis on identifying researchers, research institutes, and peace-building practitioners in conflict-affected countries and in the global South more generally on peacebuilding, post-conflict assistance, and the political economy of peacebuilding; and, secondly, on promoting access to that knowledge among relevant policy makers and practitioners.
Will also coordinate with Grant Manager on website development, workshop organization, and related methods to promote overriding goal of project. Initiative and substantive knowledge highly prized.
CORE TASKS AND COMPETENCIES:
Substantial and demonstrated academic knowledge related to peacebuilding, post-conflict assistance, and the political economy of peacebuilding, as evidenced in areas of study, research, teaching, publication, and/or operational experience;
Ability to identify and commission the best research work in the world on these subjects;
Ability to draft and assist in presenting the research findings to communities of scholars and practitioners in the field;
Ability to maintain rigorous quality standards in project work and to meet deadlines.
PhD degree from an accredited institution, but an advanced doctoral student will be considered;
Demonstrated knowledge -- through scholarship and publications, employment, and an interview -- of research communities outside the global North and an ability to extend that knowledge and network over the course of the project;
Some operational experience and knowledge of the practitioner community highly desired;
Demonstrated excellence in research and writing skills, particularly in English;
Good interpersonal skills and ability to work with other project team members; and
Facility in one or more relevant languages.
SALARY: $ 31,680 from October 1, 2009 - August 31, 2010; 30 hours per week.
Please Apply to: Patricia Stapleton
Program on States and Security
Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies
The Graduate Center, CUNY
365 Fifth Avenue, Suite 5203
New York, New York 10016
Email address: email@example.com
Social Science Research, 12/0 9-11/2009, Nashville, TN
4th International Conference on Social Science Research
December 9-11, 2009 · Gaylord Resort, Nashville, TN
Submit a paper proposal;
Offer to be Chair or Discussant for Panel;
Travel & Conference Info
This interdisciplinary conference will draw together faculty members, research scientists, and professionals from the social sciences, and provide them with the opportunity to interact with colleagues from the same field and from other, related fields. Cross-disciplinary submissions are particularly encouraged as is participation by international scholars.
The disciplines represented will include:
Area Studies (Asia, Latin America, Europe, etc.),
Gaylord Opryland Hotel. The Gaylord Hotel is located on the banks of the Cumberland River, a short drive or riverboat cruise from downtown Nashville. The Gaylord offers more than any other Nashville hotel, with nine acres of indoor gardens, cascading waterfalls and an indoor river with its own Delta flatboat. Within this lush landscape, you'll discover fine dining and casual restaurants, unique shopping experiences, and a 20,000-square-foot spa and fitness center. And for late-night excitement, check out the latest entertainment adventure, Fuse Nightclub. Every room features high-speed wireless Internet access and two phones, including one cordless.
Conference registration includes two breakfasts, two lunches and one reception. Conference registration is lower if you stay in the conference hotel. See the Conference Registration form for prices, which start at $275 for students and $350 for faculty/professionals. Prices are higher if you register on-site. All attendees and presenters are expected to register.
Sponsored by the Centre for Policy and Practice, 900 E. Seventh St., #202, Bloomington, IN 47405
The Birch (undergraduate)
Deadline: October 14, 2009
Call for Papers: The Birch - Fall 2009
The Birch, the nation's first and only undergraduate journal for Eastern European and Eurasian studies, is calling for submissions for its Fall 2009 issue.
Undergraduates may submit any of the following:
Cultural and political essays
Original photography and illustrations
This will be a special 1989 anniversary issue, so we encourage writers to submit exceptional pieces related to 1989. Non-1989 content is also welcome.
Submit pieces by the deadline, October 14, 2009. E-mail all submissions to the Editor in Chief, Rebekah
Kim, at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Please also visit our Web site (www.thebirchonline.org) and peruse some of the excellent interviews, essays, and photography we have featured in the past.
Editor in Chief
Beyond Cold War Linearities: Entangled Histories and Interactive Ideas, 12/04-06/2009. Budapest
Deadline: October 15,2009
Beyond Cold War Linearities:
Entangled Histories and Interactive Ideas
4-6 December 2009
OSA Archivum, Arany Janos utca 32, 1051, Budapest
The anniversary of 1989 regime change brought about a wide range of discussions about Communist legacies and Cold War impact on the transitions in the Eastern European countries. In this respect, one can detect a tendency of approaching Communism by underlying the institutions which influenced its demise, or of analyzing transitions as a socio-political struggle for European (re)integration. In either way, the destinies of the ex-Communist countries are subjected to linear narratives, converging towards the vision of a teleological (self-)liberation. The interest in the past's influence paradoxically cohabitates with a series of epistemological local reticences regarding applied research on recent history. This can be correlated with a general scarcity concerning meta-reflections on Cold War studies paradigms and - implicitly - with an empirical inaccessibility of the archival documents related to Cold War propaganda. One intriguing case is in this sense that of Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty, theimportance of which is still emotionally evoked and scientifically underexplored because of the persistence of traumatic views about the past and because of unavailability of the sources.
We invite therefore proposals related to social sciences and humanities to evaluate the current state of area studies, Cold War history and media theories in order to enhance not just a meta-critical view about Cold War and Communism, but also to spur national historiographies to analytically appropriate their past forged by international policies and still made obscure by a plethora of undigested documents. In order to enhance the formation of truly critical and inter-cultural frameworks on teaching and conducting research on recent history, we also invitecontributions with courses aiming at providing systematic introduction to the study of totalitarian societies by combining post-totalitarian theoretical frameworks with local narratives pertaining to social and oral history. By bringing together the history of ideas, psychohistory, symbolic interactionism, social history and media anthropology, the conference seeks in this way to concretely aggregate an interdisciplinary framework for the study of a period characterized by complex intellectual mobility, the intricate interplay of fantasies about the "Other", different societal accommodations, generational changes and conceptual imbrications between East-European traditions and Western cultural and political models.
The conference is organized by OSA Archivum in cooperation with CEU History (Karl Hall and Ioana Toma) and IRES (Irina Papkov) Departments, CEU CRC and International Alternative Culture Center (Olga Zaslavskaya).
Interested scholars should submit:
(1) title and one-page abstract of their paper;
(2) CV and list of publications;
(3) institutional affiliation or place of residence.
Please submit materials by 15 October to
OSA Archivum, Budapest
Deadline: November 16, 2009
Stanford University - Assistant Professor, Ethno/Musicology
The Department of Music at Stanford University seeks to make a tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor. We intend to appoint a scholar or scholar-practitioner focusing on repertoires including but not limited to Jazz, indigenous, and non-Western musics. Applicants will be expected to teach Music courses at both the graduate and undergraduate levels in popular, vernacular, and non-Western musical cultures and repertoires.
Applicants should send curriculum vitae, a list of publications, a brief statement of research interest, and arrange for three letters of reference to be sent to the search chair.
For full consideration, materials must be received by November 16, 2009. The term of appointment would begin in September 2010. Stanford University is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty. It welcomes nominations of, and applications from, women and members of minority groups, as well as others who would bring additional dimensions to the university’s research and teaching missions.
Professor Heather Hadlock
Chair, Ethno/Musicology Search
Braun Music Center
541 Lasuen Mall
Stanford, CA 94305-3706
Chair of the History Department , AR
Deadline: October 31, 2009
University of Arkansas - Little Rock - Chair of the History Department (Req. # 734)
The History Department at UALR offers BAs in History and History/Secondary Education and a Masters in Public History. It contributes undergraduate courses to the Donaghey Scholars (undergraduate honors), International Studies, and Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts Programs and graduate courses to the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies. The Department won the University’s first Department of Excellence Award and is a thriving department with roughly 200 majors and 25 graduate students. The Department has strong ties with the William J. Clinton Presidential Center, Clinton School of Public Service, Arkansas Studies Institute, Central High School National Historic Site, Little Rock School District, and a number of history-based public agencies in Central Arkansas. Department faculty are actively involved in teaching and research and in a broad array of campus and community activities. For more information about the History Department, please visit our website at http://www.ualr.edu/history.
The successful applicant, who will join fifteen other full-time faculty members, must have a Ph.D. in History, appropriate administrative experience, a record of scholarly achievement appropriate to the Department’s tenure standards, a commitment to excellence in teaching and research, experience in fundraising and development, and an understanding of technology and online education. Although the field of specialization is open, preference may be given to Colonial US, Antebellum (non-Southern) US, Eastern Europe or Africa.
The new Chair will play a vital leadership role in shaping the UALR History Department’s future as it continues to build on its strengths. Over the next few years we will: expand our MA in Public History and explore possibilities for additional MA programs; update our curriculum; assess our new honors program; recruit new faculty and build an endowment to recruit outstanding undergraduate students.
UALR is a research intensive doctoral institution with a metropolitan university mission. Founded in 1927 and part of the University of Arkansas system since 1969, UALR serves a diverse population of roughly 12,000 students. See the UALR website at http://www.ualr.edu for more information about UALR. Little Rock is the capital city and the largest metropolitan area in Arkansas, boasting affordable housing, cultural attractions, and proximity to wilderness and recreational areas. UALR offers a competitive salary and attractive fringe benefits.
UALR is subject to EEO/AA/FOI laws. Persons hired must provide proof of legal authority to work in the United States.
To apply, submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, a statement of leadership and administrative philosophy, and names of and contact information for four references to: Professor C. Fred Williams, Chair, Search Committee, Department of History, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, 2801 S. University Avenue, Little Rock AR 72204.
Deadline for application is October 31, 2009, or until a suitable candidate is identified.
Social Sciences and Humanities
Deadline: November 2, 2009
Istanbul Sehir University - All ranks, Social Sciences and Humanities
Istanbul Şehir University, Turkey, invites applications for full-time positions in History, Philosophy, Sociology and Anthropology, Psychology, Economics, Communication and Media Studies, Political Science and International Relations. Positions are available for candidates at all ranks beginning in August 2010 or earlier. Successful candidates, once hired, are expected to fulfill their respective Department’s requirements with regard to teaching, research, record of publications, and service to the institution. Junior candidates are expected to have a Ph.D. at the time of appointment. All candidates should have an excellent command of English and a strong commitment to teaching and research.
Istanbul Şehir University (ŞEHİR) is a newly founded, private institution owned by the Foundation for Sciences and Arts based in Istanbul, Turkey, which has been dedicated to research and teaching in social sciences and humanities for the last 25 years. Building on a quarter-century of experience in education and research, ŞEHİR aims to be an elite research university in the whole region. The medium of instruction is English. The campus is located in Dragos, Istanbul, on the shores of the Marmara Sea, overlooking the beautiful Princess Islands.
ŞEHİR is an equal opportunity employer, and socially and financially supports its faculty members’ housing, medical insurance and other needs. Salary is very competitive and commensurate to rank, experience and qualifications. Several fringe benefits (housing and travel allowance, private health insurance, sabbatical leave etc.) will apply.
Review of applications will begin on November 2nd, 2009, and continue until the positions are filled. Please submit an application file that includes information about your research and teaching interests, your curriculum vitae, two samples of written work and names of three references (for senior candidates) or three letters of recommendation (for junior candidates) via e-mail to: Nurullah Ardıç email@example.com
Short-listed candidates will be individually informed of their selection for formal interviews and job talks/lectures.
Istanbul Şehir University: www.sehir.edu.tr
Istanbul Sehir University
Huzur Mah. Ahmet Bayman Cad. No:2
Socialist 1960s: Popular Culture and the Socialist City in Global Perspective, UIUC, 06/24-26/2010, IL
Deadline: OCTOBER 15, 2009
Call for Proposals
The Socialist 1960s: Popular Culture and the Socialist City in Global Perspective
2010 Fisher Forum, Russian, East European, and Eurasian Center
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
June 24-26, 2010
The 1960s witnessed an explosion of cross-cultural fertilization in a time of world competition for the hegemony of two enduring "systems" - capitalism and socialism. As a moment when decolonization created immense possibilities for liberation movements throughout the world, the 1960s became the heyday of the "Second World" appeals to the newly decolonized societies of the "Third World," as well as the reemergence of a European "First World" as a postwar consumer society in reaction to American hegemony. This was the moment when the "orderedness" of the three worlds was arguably the most prominent in popular discourse and culture, and a moment when that order was contested and destabilized. The patterns that first emerged in the 1960s - cultural contest, political mobility, urbanization and the rise of urban youth movements, women's rights, the hegemony of popular over "high" culture driven by technology - form the bases of today's discussions of globalization, its challenges, dangers, and contestation.
The purpose of this conference will be to use the Second World, the socialist societies of the 1960s, as the center from which to explore global interconnections and uncover new and perhaps surprising patterns of cultural cross-pollination. This forum will be structured around cities as the units of analysis, and it will focus on the arena of popular culture as played out in these city spaces. More specifically, we invite paper proposals that focus on one of three realms of urban popular culture - media (including cinema, television, popular music); material culture (including spaces and their uses as well as commodities), and leisure (including tourism and other activities). We consider these exemplary of the circulation of objects, images, sounds, and impressions on a level different from political programs, literature and "fine arts." Several thematic threads will tie together this consideration of the circulation of popular culture around and through the Second world: mobility and cultural transmission; youth cultures and student movements; gender; consumerism and hedonism; the state and cultural exchange; technology and cultural dissemination; cosmopolitan political mobilization. Our aims will be to consider what the "1960s" meant in socialist countries, and to discuss the balance in the 1960s between cultural global integration and continuing political differentiation.
The core of the forum will be the socialist societies of eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, but the forum would be enriched by participation from scholars who study other socialist societies. We anticipate that the conference will result in a published volume: submissions should be original work,
not previously published.
The conference organizers are Diane P. Koenker, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Anne E. Gorsuch, University of British Columbia (email@example.com). We welcome advance inquiries..
Please send proposed paper title and abstracts to each of the organizers by October 15, 2009. Proposals should indicate which of the conference themes the paper addresses, and the term "Sixties" or "1960s" should be explicit in the paper title. Selection of participants will be made by November 30,
2009, and conference papers should be submitted by April 1, 2010.
The Ralph and Ruth Fisher Forum is held in conjunction with the Summer Research Laboratory on Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia. The conference is made possible by Mary and Hal Zirin's generous gift to the Ralph and Ruth Fisher Endowment Fund in honor of Professor Ralph Fisher and his wife Ruth.
Ralph Fisher is Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Illinois and founder of the Russian, East European, and Eurasian Center and the Summer Research Lab.
Tracie L Wilson, PhD
Russian, East European, and Eurasian Center
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
104 International Studies Building
910 South Fifth Street
Champaign, IL 61820
Western Association for Slavic Studies, 04/14-17/201, Reno
Deadline:December 1, 2009
Western Association for Slavic Studies (WASS)Reno, Nevada, April 14-17, 2010
Plan to join us for the annual Western Association for Slavic Studies (WASS) conference.
Reno, Nevada, April 14-17, 2010
We invite proposals for individual papers, complete panels, and roundtable presentations in all areas of studies on Eastern Europe, the Balkans, Russia, the former Soviet Union, and Central Asia. The topics may include any aspect of economy, politics, and culture with a broad chronological span from the Middle Ages to present.
Contributions are encouraged from disciplines including (but not limited to): anthropology, archeology, architecture, arts, communication, cultural studies, demography, economics, education, environment, ethnic and minority studies, film, gender studies, geography, history, international relations, Jewish studies, law, linguistics, literature, political science, psychology, religion, sociology, theatre, travel and tourism.
For more information regarding the conference site, registration and submitting a proposal, go to our website http://wssa.asu.edu/conferences and follow the link.Or, go to the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies website:http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~aaass/organizations/wass.html
The deadline for proposals is December 1, 2009. Please include the following information: Title of Presentation; Name, Affiliation, and Email Address; Other Authors; Abstract (not to exceed 200 words).
The WASS encourages graduate students to attend the conference. The best graduate paper presented will win a $100 prize and will be eligible for the graduate student paper prize sponsored by the AAASS.
Evguenia Davidova, Program Coordinator (2009-2010)Portland State University,University Studies Program,Portland, OR 97207,Tel: 503-725-8992; Fax: 503-725-5977 firstname.lastname@example.org
October 12, 2009
Security Situation of Roma in Europe, 10/12-13/2009, Bucharest
Deadline: November 2, 2009
Migration, Theory, and Subaltern Agency
November 24th-25th, 2009
Roskilde University, Denmark
Emphasis will be on the meeting between various theories currently used with the interdisciplinary field of migration studies and the practical experiences of migrants.
Doctoral students are encouraged to submit papers in English on a relevant topic and to receive feedback from experienced readers during the seminar.
Please consult our website for further details http://www.ruc.dk/cuid/phd_skole/phd_kurser/migration/
Deadline for registration and paper submission: Nov. 2nd, 2009
Paper submission: email@example.com
Admittance is free of charge.
October 06, 2009
Announcing the Individual Advanced Research Opportunities Fellowship
2010-2011 FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITY
Individual Advanced Research Opportunities
IREX is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for the 2010-2011 Individual Advanced Research Opportunities Program.
The Individual Advanced Research Opportunities Program (IARO) provides students, scholars and professionals with support to perform policy relevant field research, in the countries of Eastern Europe and Eurasia. In addition to engaging in research in the region, the IARO fellowship affords scholars the opportunity to increase their understanding of critical, policy relevant issues, develop and sustain international networks, and collaborate with foreign scholars on topics vital to both the academic and policy-making communities.
Applications and all supporting documents for 2010-2011 IARO Fellowship will only be accepted through the online application system found at:
Applications must be completed and submitted (including all required supporting documents) by November 17, 2009
Masters Students, Pre-doctoral Students, Postdoctoral Students, and Professionals with advanced degrees are eligible for the IARO Fellowship
IARO Fellowships cover the cost of international airfare, a living/housing stipend, visa support, travel insurance, and access to the resources available at any of our 25 area field offices.
Questions may be addressed to the IARO Program Staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 202-628-8188
Countries Eligible for Research:
Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan
IARO is funded by the United States Department of State Title VIII Program.
October 01, 2009
The Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship/ The Woodrow Wilson Disseration Fellowship in Women's Studies
The Charlottw W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships (www.woodrow.org/newcombe) support the final year of dissertation work for PhD Candidates in the humanities and social sciences. Eligible proposals have religious or ethical values as a central concern, and are relevant to the solution of contemporary religious, cultural or human rights questions. Please note that this year the stipend for the Newcombe Fellowship has been raised to $25,000 for a twelve month period of dissertation writing. Deadline for this award is November 15, 2009.
The Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowship in Women’s Studies (www.woodrow.org/womens-studies) offer awards for candidates doing original and significant research about gender that crosses disciplinary, regional, or cultural boundaries. Deadline for this award is October 11, 2009.
For more information, contact Susan Billmaier at 609-452-7007 ext.310 or email@example.com
PO Box 5281
Princeton, NJ 08543-5281
5 Vaughn Street, Suite 300
Princeton, NJ 08540-6313
Ford Foundation Diversity Fellowships
Ford Foundation Diversity Fellowships are designed to increase the diversity of the nation’s college and university faculties by increasing their ethnic and racial diversity, to maximize the educational benefits of diversity, and to increase the number of professors who can and will use diversity as a resource for enriching the education of all students.
- US Citizen or national
- Planning a career in teaching and research at the college or university level
Stipends and Allowances
- Predoctoral - $20,000 to the fellow, institutional allowance of $2000 for three years.
- Dissertation - $21,000 for one year
- Postdoctoral - $40,000 for one year, $1,500 employing institution allowance, to be matched by employing institution.
Awardees have expenses paid to attend one Conference of Ford Fellows.
Approximately 40 predoctoral, 20 dissertation, and 18 postdoctoral fellowships sponsored by the Ford Foundation and administered by the National Research Council of the National Academies
Predoctoral – November 2, 2009
Dissertation – November 9, 2009
Postdoctoral – November 9, 2009
For further information and applications, contact:
National Research Council of the National Academies
500 Fifth Street, NW, K576
Washington, DC 20001