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Adjunct position in IR for Spring at Wellesley College

September 30, 2021

The Department of Political Science at Wellesley College is seeking an adjunct instructor to teach one or two sections of our introductory course in international relations in the spring semester of 2022. The maximum enrollment for each section is 35 students, and the classes meet twice each week. Lecturers have significant autonomy in the design of their courses and some flexibility in schedule. Wellesley College pays $6500 per course for instructors with Ph.Ds and $5500 for instructors without Ph.Ds.  To apply, send a brief note and a CV to Tom Burke,...

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Be a Research Mentor today! Opportunity for Graduate Students

September 28, 2021

CABLE is a global research mentorship programme that connects undergraduates and postgraduates from all over the world. This programme aims to inspire young, budding researchers at the undergraduate level to take part in research through collaboration with current postgraduates. Our mentors and mentees are carefully selected to reflect the highest quality of mentorship that can help innovate research in interdisciplinary fields.

We have recently completed our pilot programme with great success, and are therefore aiming to recruit our very first official cohort of mentors ahead...

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Call for abstracts to present papers and posters at the 77th Annual Conference of the American Association for Public Opinion Research

September 27, 2021

The American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) is thrilled to announce that its 77th Annual Conference ‎will be held in-person at the Sheraton Grand Chicago, on Wednesday, May 11 through Friday, May 13, 2022. Don't ‎miss this opportunity to come together to participate in the premier forum...

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Oxford Conference on Politics & Envy

September 27, 2021

“Politics & Poetics is a peer-reviewed journal of the humanities that provides a forum for the rigorous, reasoned examination of politics and culture. On 4-5 January 2022, Politics & Poetics will host an interdisciplinary conference at the University of Oxford on the theme “Politics and Envy.” Applications to present are due 1 November. The call for papers and submission guidelines can be found at ...

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