[URBANTH-L] JOB: Postdoctoral Fellowship in Peace and Conflict Studies (Colgate U)

Angela Jancius jancius3022 at comcast.net
Fri Jan 23 12:53:20 EST 2009

Colgate University
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Peace and Conflict Studies

Colgate University's 30-year old, interdisciplinary Peace and Conflict 
Studies Program (P-CON) seeks to appoint a one-year postdoctoral scholars in 
Peace and Conflict Studies. The P-CON Program focuses on reflexive and 
critical analyses of peace and conflict. We encourage applications from 
candidates whose own research examines particular regional/historical 
conflicts or transnational dimensions of conflict, as well as the general 
intellectual frameworks developed to explain them.

Applications from candidates in the Social Sciences and the Humanities will 
be considered. The Colgate P-CON Postdoctoral Scholar will teach one course 
in P-CON each semester, share their research work with the community, and 
actively participate in and contribute to the program's active event's 
calendar. Applicants should have received their PhD no earlier than 2006; 
persons holding tenure-track appointments are not eligible to apply. PhD 
candidates must have degree in hand by the time of appointment. This 
position carries an annual salary of $42,000 with full benefits and some 
research or travel support; there is a possibility of renewal for a second 

Colgate University is an AA/EOE institution and women and minorities are 
encouraged to apply. Developing and sustaining a diverse faculty, staff, and 
student body further the university's educational mission. Please submit an 
application letter and supporting materials (CV, three recommendation 
letters, and sample of written work not to exceed 20 pages; cover letter 
should indicate what research or writing the candidate will be engaged in 
while at Colgate) as soon as possible to : Daniel B. Monk, Director, P-CON 
Program, Colgate University, 13 Oak Drive, Hamilton, NY, 13346-9778. Review 
of applications will begin on Feb 6th, 2009. 

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