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The Global Innovation Program at the University of Pennsylvania?s Perry World House invites applications for its postdoctoral fellowship during the 2019-2020 academic year. The Global Innovation Program is the research arm of Perry World House, the University of Pennsylvania?s new university-wide hub for global engagement and interdisciplinary international policy research. Perry World House connects Penn to the international policy world through research, student engagement, and public programming, bringing the university?s intellectual resources to bear on the urgent global challenges of the 21st century.
We hope to bring several postdoctoral fellows to campus for the 2019-20 academic year. We are seeking excellent scholars who study global affairs and have interest in interdisciplinary outreach and policy relevance. We are particularly interested in applicants in the following areas:
- The Future of the Global Order: Power, Technology, and Governance - APPLY HERE
- Global Shifts: Urbanization, Migration, and Demography - APPLY HERE
- Borders & Boundaries in World Politics - APPLY HERE
Applications are welcome from scholars who have received their Ph.D. or equivalent degrees (including a J.D. in the case of applicants focused on international legal regimes) in the last two years (not earlier than 2016), or who expect to complete their degree by June 2019. Applications will be reviewed starting January 12, 2019. To receive full consideration, applications and letters of recommendation should be received by that date.
All postdoctoral fellow positions pay a stipend of $53,000 plus relevant fees and health insurance. The position also provides $2,000 in research support.
Applications will be reviewed starting January 12, 2019. To receive full consideration, applications and letters of recommendation should be received by that date.
Questions? Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
As described in the full call, fellows in Borders and Boundaries in World Politics will work with Beth Simmons, the Penn Political Science Department's Andrea Mitchell University Professor of Law and Political Science. You may access her bio here
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