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The Department of Political Science & International Relations at Valparaiso University invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Relations. Contingent upon university approval, the position will start Spring of 2015 and continue through Spring of 2016, with the possibility of renewal. The applicant must be able to teach courses in International Relations and Comparative Politics, such as Introduction to IR or CP, International/Comparative Political Economy, and/or War & Conflict.
The University of Michigan invites applications for a tenure-track or tenured position in Premodern Japanese Literature and Cultural Studies beginning September 1, 2015. This is an open-rank search and applicants with interdisciplinary teaching and research interests in premodern literary and cultural studies are encouraged to apply. All applicants should possess a high level of proficiency in both modern and classical Japanese language.
The Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies (ToRS), Faculty of Humanities, Copenhagen University, Denmark, invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professorship in Religious Studies to be filled by January 1, 2015 or as soon as possible thereafter. The position will link the Religious Studies program at ToRS with Asian studies programs in Japanese, Korean and Chinese Studies.
The Department of East Asian Studies at Princeton University invites applications for an open-ranked (senior or junior) position in Medieval Chinese Literature (Six Dynasties through Song). The successful candidate should have a strong commitment to excellence in teaching and research. Ph.D. must be in hand or expected by September 1, 2015. For full consideration, please provide a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a writing sample (e.g., a dissertation chapter). Junior applicants should also solicit three letters of recommendation.
The Institute for the International Education of Students (IES Abroad) Beijing Center invites scholars of modern China to teach at the Center in Fall 2014. The Contemporary Issues Program (CIP) is designed for undergraduates with varying levels of Chinese language proficiency. The program is taught using a “modular” schedule in which students choose a single course for a 3.5-week module. Instructors teach 15-16 classes over a 3.5-week period. Each class meets in the morning for 2.5 hours.