Post-Doctoral Fellowship Announcement

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Post-Doctoral Fellowship Announcement

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Global Security 

The Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University
announces the availability of a post doctoral fellowship beginning
July 1, 2000.  The successful candidate will be a recent Ph.D. in a
social science discipline who has done extensive research on
ethnonational conflict in the post-Soviet region.  The fellow will be
expected to collaborate on a research project focusing on a
comparative analysis of conflicts in the following regions: Chechnya
and Tatarstan within the Russian Federation; Ajaria and Abkhazia
within the Republic of Georgia;Crimea in Ukraine and Transdniestria in
Moldova.  Knowledge of Russian and/or other languages of the region is
required.  The successful candidate will also be expected to teach one
course or seminar in Brown's International Relations undergraduate
program.  Applicant must have a  Ph.D. in hand by the time of the
appointment.  The fellowship is for one year with a possibility of
renewal depending on funding.  Applicants should submit a letter
stating their primary research interests; a CV; one writing sample,
and three letters of recommendation sent to the following address: 
Postdoctoral Search Committee, Global Security Search, Watson
Institute for International Studies, Brown University, Box 1831,
Providence, Rhode Island 02912.  All applications received by May 5,
2000 will receive full consideration.  E-mail applications will not be
considered. Brown University is an AA/EEO employer, and applications
from women and minorities are strongly encouraged.

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