EU Visiting Scholar in Residence at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada

first_img Share 0 EU Visiting Scholar in Residence at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada OSF Eurasia Programme Fellowships → Deadline: 26 March 2018Open to: applicants from  EU member statesScholarship: cover travel and accommodation expenses, as well as a fee for teachingDescriptionThe Center for European Studies at Carleton University (Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, Ottawa) invites applications for a position as scholar-in-residence for a period of four months, from September-December 2018. The position will involve teaching an MA-level seminar on a topic in European Union Politics; the precise topic will be determined in consultation with the successful applicant to reflect his/her scholarly expertise. The course will be cross-listed between two teaching units at the university, the Department of Political Science and the Institute of European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies (EURUS). In addition to teaching, the visitor will be expected to give one research lecture at the Centre for European Studies on a topic of his/her choice. Participation in other teaching or outreach activities (such as guest lectures in other courses) are encouraged and will be facilitated. The visitor may also have the opportunity to visit other Jean Monnet Centres of Excellence in Canada.EligibilityApplicants must be based at an academic institution in an EU member state. They are seeking applicants with a completed PhD in a relevant field and with a record of publication, research, and teaching.ScholarshipThe scholar-in-residence will receive a stipend to cover travel and accommodation expenses, as well as a fee for teaching.How to Apply?Applications should include the following documents:A letter of application, explaining the applicant’s interest in the position;A curriculum vitae, including a list of scholarly publications and teaching experience;A brief outline (maximum 200 words) of one or more potential topics for the course;A copy of a recent publication on a topic relating to European Union politics.Please submit required materials electronically no later than Monday, March 26, 2018, to [email protected] All materials should be included as attachments in a single email with the title line “CES Scholar in Residence, YOUR NAME”.For more information please visit the official website or the official call.  University of Winnipeg President’s Scholarships for World Leaders 2021/2022 March 22, 2018 Published by Ivona ICFJ Arthur F. Burns Fellowship 2021 for Journalists in U.S., Canada and Germany +1 Similar Stories ← Balkan Youth Forum 2018, Bulgaria Google PhD Fellowship Program for graduate students LinkedIn 0 Reddit Pocket Tweetlast_img

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