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Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Russian Studies (Social Sciences), European Studies Council of The MacMillan Center, Yale University

Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Russian Studies (Social Sciences), European Studies Council of The MacMillan Center, Yale University

The Council on European Studies (CES) at the MacMillan Center invites applications for post-doctoral position at Yale University for AY 2017-2018, conditional on the receipt of budgetary support. Candidates must have research and teaching experience relevant to the study of modern and contemporary Russia from the perspective of a social science discipline (Political Science, Sociology, Anthropology, Geography, Economics, etc.)

All applicants should have knowledge of Russian and fluency in English, and must have completed the PhD by the time of appointment. The Post-doctoral Associate will teach one course related to his/her interests in each of two terms, pursue his/her own research, and participate in the activities of the European Studies Council. Applicants should submit a CV, cover letter, one-page description of research plans; draft of a course syllabus and a title and brief summary of a second course; and two letters of reference. Compensation includes an annual salary of $50,000 - $55,000, depending on rank and seniority of the selected individual, and health coverage.

We will accept applications immediately with review beginning on March 31, 2017 and continuing until the selections are final.

Yale is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.  Applications from women, persons with disabilities, protected veterans, and underrepresented minorities are particularly welcome.

All information from the applicant should be submitted electronically through Interfolio: http://apply.interfolio.com/41318.  Uploaded PDF copies of signed reference letters will be accepted but signed hard copies should be mailed to the address below.

Ms. Marianne Lyden, Program Manager, European Studies Council, The Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies, 34 Hillhouse Avenue, P.O. Box 208206 New Haven, CT 06520-8206 USA.  Email: marianne.lyden@yale.edu

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