Saturday, April 23, 2005

IR Fellowship List Fall 2006

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Institution Due Date
Notre Dame Kroc 2005-11-01
Princeton IAS 2005-11-15
Ohio State University (Mershon) Fellowship 2005-12-15*
UCLA 2006-01-13
Princeton CGG 2006-01-15
Duke University Fellowship 2006-01-15
Princeton University Fellowship (China) 2006-01-15
University of Southern California Fellowship 2006-01-16
Princeton University Fellowship (PIIRS) 2006-01-16
Harvard University, Olin Fellowship
2006-01-17
Yale University (YCIAS) Fellowship 2006-01-19
Lawrence University Fellowship 2006-01-27
Harvard University, BCSIA Fellowship
2006-02-01
Stanford University, CISAC Fellowship
2006-02-01
Australian National University Fellowship 2006-02-03
University of Maryland, CISSM Postdoc
2006-02-15
University of Oxford, UK Postdoc 2006-02-24
Syracuse University Postdoc 2006-02-28
Harvard University, WCFIA Fellowship (Japan) 2006-03-01
Brown University Postdoc 2006-03-15
University of Chicago Fellowship 2006-05-30

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Anonymous said...

Michigan Society of Fellows

2006-2009 Postdoctoral Fellowships Application

Application Deadline: postmark September 30, 2005

The Michigan Society of Fellows, under the auspices of the Rackham Graduate School, was established in 1970 with endowment grants from the Ford Foundation and the Horace H. and Mary Rackham Funds. The most distinctive aspect of the Society is a multidisciplinary emphasis which gives the Fellows an opportunity to interact across disciplines and to expand their horizons and knowledge. While their own scholarship is enriched, the Fellows also enrich the University of Michigan through teaching during their residency and bringing new insights to other faculty members. Each year the Society selects four outstanding applicants for appointment to three-year fellowships in the arts and humanities, in the social, physical and life sciences, and in the professional schools. The newly appointed Postdoctoral Fellows join a unique interdisciplinary community composed of their peers as well as Senior Fellows. The Chair of the Society is James Boyd White, L. Hart Wright Professor of Law at the University of Michigan.

We invite applications from qualified candidates who are at the beginning of their academic careers, having received the Ph.D. or comparable professional or artistic degree between June 1, 2003, and September 1, 2006. Fellows are appointed as Assistant Professors in appropriate departments at the University of Michigan and as Postdoctoral Scholars in the Michigan Society of Fellows. They are expected to be in residence during the academic years of the fellowship, to teach for the equivalent of one academic year, to participate in the informal intellectual life of the Society, and to devote time to their independent research. The annual stipend will be $47,271.

Please see our online application materials, or send requests for application materials to:

Michigan Society of Fellows
University of Michigan
3572 Rackham Building
915 E. Washington Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1070
(734) 763-1259
society.of.fellows@umich.edu

http://www.rackham.umich.edu/Faculty/society.html

Center for International Studies said...

The Center for International Studies (CIS), at the University of Southern California,
2006-2007 Call:
Global Governance
CIS invites applications for visiting fellows doing innovative research in Global Governance. Specific topics might include:
• Comparative regionalism
• Global responses to transnational terrorism
• Domestic political institutions and international cooperation
• Democracy, security and East Asia
• Compliance and international law


The competition is open to junior scholars: those who received a Ph.D. within the last 3 years or who will have defended a dissertation by August 2006. Equivalent experience is not accepted. No English tests are required. Applications from a variety of disciplines, including the social sciences, humanities and communications are encouraged.


Evaluation

Applicants will be evaluated on the bases of academic achievements and promise, publications and previous work experience, the quality of the research proposal, and the applicant’s potential for making significant scholarly contributions. Awards will be announced in March 2006.

Compensation

The Center will provide an appropriate stipend, office space, USC library privileges, health insurance, $1,000 towards moving expenses, and computer support. Fellowships are funded by the Center’s endowment.

Application Procedures

Applicants must submit: 1) a curriculum vitae, 2) a 5-7 page research proposal, 3) a list of publications (when applicable), 4) a graduate transcript, and 5) 3 (three) confidential letters of recommendation. Applications without a research proposal will not be considered. The letters of recommendation may be sent directly to the office by the referee. Applications must be in English.

Application materials must be
postmarked on or before
January 16th, 2006


Please send applications to:

ATTN: Visiting Scholar Competition
Peter Rosendorff, Director
Center for International Studies
University of Southern California
Social Sciences Building B-1
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0037
USA

Anonymous said...

DUKE UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS Duke University INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. The Department of Political Science invites applications for two post-doctoral fellowships in international relations – open with regard to sub-field and substantive interest – for the 2006-2007 academic year (beginning August 1). Fellows are expected to be in residence and be active participants in the intellectual community at Duke. Fellows will teach one course per semester at the undergraduate level, one of which should be of relatively general interest to undergraduates while the second may be specialized in the fellow’s particular field of expertise. Applicants must have received the Ph.D prior to beginning their appointment. Salary is competitive ($50,000) and includes health benefits. Applicants should send the following materials: letter of interest, curriculum vitae, five-page summary of the dissertation, a writing sample of no more than 40 pages, and three letters of recommendation to Carla St. John, Department of Political Science, Duke University, 326 Perkins Library, Box 90204, Durham, NC, 27708-0204. All materials must be received by January 15.

Anonymous said...

I heard that Duke was OK with late applications for their Postdoc (in the light of MLK day)

Anonymous said...

Science and Security Research Fellow
Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland

The Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland (CISSM) is accepting applications for a science and security research fellow to work on its Advanced Methods of Cooperative Security Program at the University of Maryland’s School of Public Policy. This research program seeks to prevent the misuse of dual-use technologies without restricting their beneficial applications by developing sophisticated arrangements to exchange sensitive information for mutual protection. (More information about the AMCS program is available at: www.cissm.umd.edu/amcs.htm.) We are particularly interested in candidates who have expertise related to nuclear energy/nonproliferation and/or space security. Research fellows will work closely with an interdisciplinary team of other faculty and scholars at CISSM to explore scientific, political, legal, military, and economic issues associate with managing these powerful technologies. They will also be involved in efforts to use this research to energize and inform policy debates through workshops, issue-briefs, and other forms of outreach. Applicants must have completed, or expect to complete their Ph.D. (or an equivalent professional degree) by July 1, 2006, although the starting date for the fellowship can be somewhat flexible. The initial term of this position is one year, with the possibility of extension based on performance, the program’s needs, and the availability of grant funds. The salary will be $50,000 over twelve months, along with the standard University benefits, including health, retirement, and tuition remission benefits. To apply, please send by February 15, 2006 a cover letter indicating how your background and research interests mesh with the objectives of the Advanced Methods of Cooperative Security Program, along with a C.V., a short writing sample, and three letters of recommendation to: Nancy Gallagher, Research Director, Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland, School of Public Policy, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 20742-1811 or NGallag@umd.edu. The University of Maryland is an Equal Employment Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer.

Anonymous said...

CISAC FELLOWSHIPS - PRE/POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM FOR SCHOLARS AND PROFESSIONALS

Deadline: February 1, 2006

CISAC’s pre- and postdoctoral fellowships provide opportunities for concentrated study in a multidisciplinary environment. The Center, part of the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University, serves as a collegial forum for scholars, government officials, military officers, and business leaders to explore innovative solutions to complex international problems. Visiting fellows spend the academic year at Stanford University, where they will participate in seminars, interact with each other and faculty and researchers, and will be expected to produce a research product (e.g., dissertation chapters, draft articles, a book manuscript).

Research Topics
The Center considers applicants working within a broad range of topics related to peace and international security. Suitable topics may include, but are not limited to:

• regional and global security relationships
• proliferation of nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons
• the United Nations and global governance
• causes and prevention of deadly conflict
• causes and prevention of terrorism
• norms of use and nonuse of weapons
• the interaction of science, politics, and policy
• United States defense and arms control policies

Eligibility
Fellowships are available to Ph.D. candidates who have made substantial progress toward the completion of their dissertation and to scholars with Ph.D. or equivalent degrees from the United States and abroad. The Center invites applications from a variety of areas of expertise, including anthropology, economics, history, law, political science, sociology,medicine, and the natural and physical sciences. The Center also seeks applications from professionals, such as military officers or civilian members of the United States government, members of military or diplomatic services from other countries, and journalists interested in arms control and international security issues.

Stipend
The value of each fellowship award is determined by the applicant’s graduate education and background. Stipends, with health insurance, for the nine-month academic year will be $20,000 for predoctoral fellows. Postdoctoral stipends, with health insurance, start at $35,000 and are commensurate with experience.

Application Process
Applicants are responsible for ensuring reference letters arrive by the deadline.

Address all materials and queries to:

Michelle L. Gellner
Fellowship and Visiting Scholars Program Associate
CISAC
Encina Hall, E10
Stanford University
Stanford CA 94305-6165
Phone: (650) 723-9626
Fax: (650) 723-0089
email: mgellner@stanford.edu
Only completed applications will be considered.

Download Application Form

Anonymous said...

Olin Institute for Strategic Studies, Harvard University

FELLOWSHIP INFORMATION
Application Process
To be considered for a John M. Olin Fellowship in National Security, an applicant must submit four (4) complete copies of the following items:

(1) cover letter, including current e-mail address
(2) current curriculum vitae, including publications
(3) 1500-word description of the proposed research project
The description should include the background, nature, importance, specific objectives, and methodology of the proposed research project.
(4) one or two unbound samples of writing
The writing samples should be pertinent to the proposed research project, if possible.
(5) the names of three people whom the applicant has asked to confidentially evaluate his/her proposed research project and scholarly qualifications.
Each of these people must send his/her letter of recommendation directly to the Olin Institute by the January deadline.

Applications for a John M. Olin Fellowship in National Security must be received by the Institute no later than Tuesday, January 17th, 2006 for a fellowship beginning the following September. Awards will be announced by mid-March. In cases of demonstrated need, an early decision may be requested. Please indicate clearly on your application whether you are applying for a pre- or a postdoctoral fellowship and the date on which you expect to defend, if applicable.

Application materials should be addressed to the Director:

Professor Stephen Peter Rosen
Olin Institute for Strategic Studies
1737 Cambridge Street
Cambridge, MA 02138-3099

Anonymous said...

BCSIA fellowships at Harvard have a deadline of February 1, 2006.

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Miller Center of Public Affairs said...

The Miller Center Fellowship is a competitive program for individuals completing their dissertations on American politics, foreign policy and world politics, or the impact of global affairs on the United States. It provides up to eight $20,000 grants to support one year of research and writing and pairs each fellow with a senior scholar as fellowship "mentor." Applicants must be either 1) a Ph.D. candidate who is expecting to complete his or her dissertation by the conclusion of the fellowship year; or 2) an independent scholar working on a book. Residence is strongly encouraged but not required; however, each fellow is expected to participate in conferences at the Miller Center in fall 2008 and May 2009. All applications must be postmarked by February 1, 2008; applicants will be notified of the selection committee's decision in April 2008. Inquiries should be directed to Chi Lam, ckl2q@virginia.edu or 434-924-4694, or Anne Mulligan, acm8k@virginia.edu or 434-243-8726. For more information and to download the application visit http://www.millercenter.org/academic/gage/fellowship. Send TWO copies of your application materials to Miller Center National Fellowship Program, Miller Center of Public Affairs, 2201 Old Ivy Rd, P.O. Box 400406, Charlottesville, VA 22904-4406.