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Application Closing: December 8, 2012
Reference Number: ARTML0072
Faculty / Service: Arts
School / Institute: Modern Languages & Cultures
Staff Category: Academic
Grade: University Grade 7
Contract Type: Fixed Term
Full Time / Part Time: Full Time
Location: Leeds - Main Campus
You will cover undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in subjects such as International Relations of the Asia Pacific, and politics and modern history of South East Asia. You will also act as dissertation supervisor to final year undergraduates and to our MA students based at Leeds based and also on our distance-learning Online MA in Asia Pacific Studies.
You will have, or be nearing completion of, a PhD related to the study of the international relations of the Asia Pacific, with a focus on South East Asia, and have relevant teaching experience at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. You will have a record of research activity and publications commensurate with experience which will demonstrate either a distinctive contribution to research in this subject area, or else the potential for this. Preference will be given to candidates with a high level of competency in a South East Asian language, equivalent or near to that of a native speaker. An experience of online teaching and online teaching methodologies is desirable.
You will be expected to undertake a significant administrative duty at unit level, or the organisation of international conferences and exhibitions. You will also be expected to undertake further administrative tasks as required by the School.
University Grade 7 (£32,901 - £35,938 p.a.)
Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Caroline Rose, Director of East Asian Studies, tel +44 (0)113 343 3471 email email@example.com
Full details of this post can be read in the document attached below.
Closing Date: 8 November 2012
(Redeployment End Date: 25 October 2012)
EXTENDED DEADLINE: January 31, 2013
Posted on March 06, 2012
The Vietnam Education Foundation (VEF) was established by the U.S. Congress in December 2000 as an independent federal agency. VEF's primary purpose is to promote the bilateral relationship between the United States and Vietnam through educational exchanges, both for Vietnamese nationals to pursue graduate and post-graduate studies in the United States in the sciences (natural, physical, and environmental), engineering, mathematics, medicine (including public health), and technology (including information technology), and for American citizens to teach in the same fields of study in Vietnam.
The VEF U.S. Faculty Scholar Program addresses the stated goal by having U.S. faculty teach courses in English at Vietnamese universities either on-site in Vietnam or by interactive, real-time videoconferencing from the United States. VEF serves as the organizer and sponsor for this project while the Vietnamese host institutions and the cooperating U.S. institutions serve as co-sponsors through their support. VEF selects prominent U.S. scientists and faculty to evaluate the applications. U.S. Faculty Scholar Program applicants submit a proposal to VEF through an online application available at the VEF website (https://application.vef.gov/usfs/2013).
Applications will be available ONLY online and ONLY from June 6, 2012 to January 31, 2013.
Application Deadline: December 4, 2012
The Department of History at Baruch College of the City University of New York invites applicants for a tenure track assistant professorship in East Asian and/or Southeast Asian history to begin August 2013. Preference will be given to candidates with research focusing on areas outside China, especially Japan, Korea, or Southeast Asia. Transnational/transregional emphasis and focus on the modern era desirable. Teaching excellence required for a global history survey and upper level undergraduate electives, especially ones with a global or transnational framework. Ph.D. required. Please send a letter of application addressing research and teaching interests and experience, C.V., three recommendation letters, syllabi and/or teaching evaluations if available, and an article- length writing sample to: Tansen Sen (East/Southeast Asia Search Committee Chair), Department of History B5/200, Baruch College, 1 Bernard Baruch Way, New York, NY 10010.
Applications may be emailed to: Tansen.Sen@baruch.cuny.eduPlease indicate in cover letter if you will attend the AHA or AAS.
Review of applications begins mid-November 2012
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor Position, History Department at St. Bonaventure UniversityApplication Deadline: November 1, 2012
Application Deadline: April 1st, 2013
The Center for Khmer Studies Summer Junior Fellowship Program
Siem Reap, Cambodia, 24th June - 2nd August 2013
On behalf of the Center for Khmer Studies, kindly forward this fellowship announcement to your institution list serve, and/or relevant faculty/programs/ departments.
The Center for Khmer Studies (CKS) is offering 5 American, 5 Cambodian and 5 French undergraduate students an exciting opportunity to join a 6 week Summer Junior Resident Fellowship Program in Cambodia. It will take place from Monday June 24th to Friday August 2nd 2013.
CKS will offer an $800 stipend to each successful candidate to contribute toward the cost of flights and other program related expenses.
CKS has been running a Summer Junior Resident Fellowship Programs in Cambodia since 2004. The program is intended for those individuals who have a genuine interest in Cambodia and Southeast Asia, and who may be considering graduate studies or careers in the region. With this in mind the focus is on striking a balance between academic rigor and extra curricula activities and field visits designed to give students a better understanding of contemporary Cambodian society.
The program provides a unique experience allowing students to live and study alongside others from different backgrounds and cultures while learning about the history and society of today’s Cambodia. During their residency students will be based at the CKS campus in Siem Reap, which is situated in the beautiful grounds of Wat Damnak, one of the town’s largest Buddhist pagodas, only minutes away from the famous Angkor World Heritage Site with its enigmatic temples.
Please pass this announcement on to any individuals/ groups/ and institutions that may be interested.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Center for Khmer Studies
Siem Reap, Cambodia
The Center for Southeast Asian Studies
University of Wisconsin-Madison
207 Ingraham Hall, 1155 Observatory Dr. 53706
Tel: 608.263.1755 / Fax: 608.263.3735