[KS] Stanford University: Professorship on contemporary Korea

Byung-Soo Kim bskim at stanford.edu
Thu Nov 18 01:05:36 EST 2004

Position: Faculty, Social Sciences 

Institution: Stanford University 

Location: California 

Date posted: 10/25/2004


Stanford University seeks candidates for a tenured or tenure-track faculty
position in the social sciences at the junior or senior professorial rank,
whose teaching and research are focused on contemporary Korea. All
applicants in the social sciences with area expertise in Korea will be
considered. The position will be jointly held in the School of Humanities
and Sciences and the Stanford Institute for International Studies (SIIS).
The successful candidate will also be expected to provide leadership for the
further development of the study of Korea at Stanford. A junior appointment
will be to a tenure track position and those applying should send three
professional letters of recommendation and a writing sample. Stanford
University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. Applicants
should send curriculum vitae, a brief statement of research interest, and
names and addresses of three references by December 15, 2004, to Gi-Wook
Shin, search committee, Stanford Institute for International Studies 616
Serra Street Encina Hall Stanford, California, 94305-6055. 




Contact Information:



Dr. Gi-Wook Shin


Stanford Institute for International Studies

Stanford University

616 Serra St.

Encinca Hall

Stanford, CA 94305 - 6055


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