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School: Harvard Kennedy School

Position Description:

The Pierre Keller Visiting Professorship provides an opportunity for a scholar with a well-established record of work and academic achievement in the field of European Union public policy and transatlantic relations to conduct research at the Belfer Center for Science and International Relations at Harvard Kennedy School from January to June 2020. The recipient is expected to teach a course open to Kennedy School and Faculty of Arts and Sciences students during the 2020 spring term on an EU-related subject to be negotiated with the HKS.
The professorship provides a stipend of 60,000 USD and covers transatlantic travel expenses of up to 2,000 USD.
Applications should be sent not later than February 10, 2019 via the Harvard ARiES system. See posting and instructions here: http://academicpositions.harvard.edu/postings/8490

Applicants should provide a description of the research project to be pursued at Harvard Kennedy School (of not more than 3 pages), a CV and a list of publications as well as a draft syllabus of the course the applicant proposes to teach at the Kennedy School.
For the 2020 professorship, the selection committee will consider applications from nationals and institutions in all Erasmus+ Programme countries (EU and Northern Macedonia, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, and Turkey).

Basic Qualifications:

Applicants are expected to be either senior scholars (with a PhD and ample teaching experience) or senior practitioners (not necessarily PhD holders but teaching experience is required).
The applicant should have at least 6 months experience living or working in an English speaking country.

Contact Information:

Erika Manouselis,
Program and Events Assistant,
the Project on Europe and the Transatlantic Relationship
Harvard Kennedy School
79 JFK Street, Box 134
Cambridge, MA 02138
USA

Contact Email: erika_manouselis@hks.harvard.edu

Special Instructions:

Applicants should provide a description of the research project to be pursued at Harvard Kennedy School (of not more than 3 pages), a CV and a list of publications as well as a draft syllabus of the course the applicant proposes to teach at the Kennedy School.

Equal Opportunity Employer:

Harvard University provides equal opportunity in employment for all qualified persons and prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy related conditions, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, veteran status, disability unrelated to job requirements, genetic information, military service, or other protected status.
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