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Senior lecturer position in twenty-first century American studies (culture, history, society and politics)
University of Strasbourg, France
Deadline for candidacies: Monday 28 May at 23 h 59 (CET)

Job profile : The University of Strasbourg seeks to fill a temporary senior lecturer position in twenty-first century American studies (culture, history, society and politics). Most courses will be given in English, to postgraduate students in a professionally-oriented context.
The job involves supervision of Master’s theses and internships, as well as administrative tasks.
French is required at C1-C2 level; other languages are an asset, particularly German.
Experience in European projects and/or international communication will be appreciated.
Research fields : Twenty-first century American or British cultural, social and political studies. Currently, the SEARCH team research activities focus on transnational relations, multicultural interactions, social and cultural borders, but other research interests are welcome.
Salary: : 1 758 € to 2 169 € monthly according to experience, from 01/09/2018 to 31/07/2019.

Keywords: Political and Social,  History of the United States21st Century America
Political scienceForeign, policy challenges

Lecturing will take place within the Département d’études en relations internationales (venue: ITIRI, Faculté des Langues, Université de Strasbourg – Campus central)

More information about the lecturing involved can be obtained from Samira Khemkhem, directrice du département de Relations internationales, samira.khemkhem@unistra.fr

More information about the research involved can be obtained from Ciaran Ross, directeur de l’EA 2325 (SEARCH), ross@unistra.fr

Please send your candidacy by email to the three following email addresses:

Join as PDF documents:

  • a detailed resume
  • a letter of motivation
  • copies of all university diplomas

(posted 27 April 2018, updated 2 May 2018)