Tenure-track Assistant or Tenured associate professor, International Studies, UW-Madison

Dec 4 2017

The International Studies Major at the University of Wisconsin-Madison seeks a tenure-track assistant or tenured associate professor and research experience in sociological, geographical, or anthropological approaches to the contemporary (post-Cold War) world. We seek a scholar with a place-based approach to the field, preferably with a regional focus on the Middle East; Central, East, or Southeast Asia; or Europe. The successful candidate will contribute to the International Studies Major’s research and teaching areas of global security, political economy, global culture, and/or human rights, broadly construed.

The tenure home and half of the teaching responsibilities of the appointee (including graduate-level teaching and advising) will be in an academic department. The applicant should suggest in the letter of application which UW-Madison department might be most suitable for an appointment; however, the search committee has a preference for an appointment in Sociology, Anthropology, or Geography.

Due date for applications is: December 31, 2017

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