[KS] School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS): position announcement

Robert Provine provine at umd.edu
Wed Nov 1 12:05:08 EST 2006

Advertisement for Term Professor of Korean Studies

The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) of the Johns Hopkins 
University is seeking to fill a non-tenured position in Korean Studies at the assistant or 
associate professor level.  This is a new position and the incumbent will teach four 
courses during the academic year and provide program direction to Korean Studies at SAIS. 
  Three of the course! s should be directly related to Korea and one should have a broader 
Asian or functional focus.  The appointment will begin in the fall semester of 2007 and 
can be up to three years in length and is renewable for a total of five years. The ideal 
candidate (a) focuses on Korean studies as the primary subject of his/her research (b) 
conducts such research using primary sources published in the Korean language (c) 
professes adequate fluency in the Korean language in both oral and written forms; and (d) 
publishes the findings of such research in the English language, and possibly in the 
Korean language, and (e) have earned a Ph.D. in political science, economics, political 
economy, international relations, or a related field.   Th! e incumbent can expect to work 
closely with the recently established U .S. Korea Institute at SAIS.  Applicants should 
submit their curriculum vitae to Dr. John M. Harrington, Jr., Associate Dean for Academic 
Affairs, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, 1740 Massachusetts Ave. 
NW, Washington DC 20036.  Johns Hopkins University is an equal opportunity employer.  The 
application deadline is November 30, 2006.&! nbsp;

Program Coordinator
US-Korea Institute at SAIS
Johns Hopkins University
The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies
1740 Massachusetts Ave, NW  Washington, DC 20036
202.663.5830 direct
571.521.9129 mobile

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