Palestinian Studies

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Palestinian Studies postdoc

The position is part of the ongoing initiative, New Directions in Palestinian Studies, which seeks to critically explore and facilitate innovative lines of academic inquiry in this field. The initiative seeks submissions from candidates who thrive in an interdisciplinary environment and whose work is informed by comparative and global perspectives.

Associates teach one class a year, take a leadership role in organizing the annual New Directions in Palestinian Studies Symposium, advise students, and participate in research-related programming on campus.


 

Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Palestinian Studies

Middle East Studies, Brown University

Description

The post-doctoral research associate position in Palestinian Studies is for one year, with a possibility of renewal for a second year. The position is part of the ongoing initiative, New Directions in Palestinian Studies, which seeks to critically explore and facilitate innovative lines of academic inquiry in this field. Candidates who thrive in an interdisciplinary environment and whose work is informed by comparative and global perspectives are particularly welcome.

Qualifications

The position is open to all the humanities and social science disciplines.  Scholars who received PhDs within five years of the application deadline are eligible to apply. Residence in the Providence area is required for most of the one-year appointment, unless approval for research-related travel is obtained in advance. Associates will teach one class a year, take a leadership role in organizing the annual New Directions in Palestinian Studies Symposium, advise students, and participate in research-related programming on campus. 

For further information:

Mail:
Middle East Studies
New Directions in Palestinian Studies Initiative
Brown University
Box 1970
Providence, RI 02912

email:  palestinianstudies@brown.edu

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