A Ph.D. in political science or closely related field (such as government, politics, public policy, or international relations), with a primary focus on the politics of South Asia. Applicants must have a strong publication record, an active research agenda, substantial teaching experience at the undergraduate and graduate levels, a track record of external funding, and a demonstrated record of engagement with the broader academic and policy communities.
Commensurate with experience
The George Washington University has educated generations of international leaders and advanced the understanding of important global issues since 1821. The Elliott School of International Affairs, named in honor of former GW President Lloyd H. Elliott and his wife Evelyn, is dedicated to this mission.
We train our students in the theory and practice of international affairs, offering them in-depth analysis of international economic, political, scientific and cultural issues. The School’s curriculum is interdisciplinary; most Elliott School full-time faculty are jointly appointed in GW departments. Our widely respected faculty prepares Elliott School students for global careers in the public, private and non-profit sectors.
Elliott School graduates are consistently sought after for challenging global careers. What’s more, our Washington, DC location allows us to form strong relationships with public, private, and non-profit organizations that regularly employ Elliott School students and alumni.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Applicants will be asked to upload a cover letter, CV, sample publications, sample syllabi, and course evaluations or summaries. Please upload the sample syllabi as ‘other documents’.
Candidates selected for an interview will be asked to submit three letters of recommendation.
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