U Kent: Lecturer in International Security or Conflict Analysis (UK)

“JobLecturer in International Security and/or Conflict Analysis, School of Politics & International Relations, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK. Deadline: 9 June 2019.

The School of Politics and International Relations is seeking to appoint a Lecturer committed to excellence in teaching and research with an ability to teach in the field of international security and/or conflict analysis. The successful candidate will be required to teach at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The post holder will also contribute to the delivery and development of specialist modules on their research areas at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level.

The successful candidate will be expected to make a significant contribution to the School’s existing strong research culture, research impact and high level of student engagement. Additionally the candidate will be expected to apply for external research and/or enterprise funding and to play an active role in building the research capacity of the School’s Conflict Analysis Research Centre (CARC) and/or Global Europe Centre (GEC). The ability to convene a post-graduate level module in qualitative research methods that meets ESRC training requirements would be an advantage.

China and international security

Call for contributors

“China and International Security: History, Strategy, and 21st Century Policy”
The purpose of this three-volume book set is to provide in-depth views of China and its security environment – historically, domestically, and culturally. The set seeks cogent analyses of China and its development as a nation-state, including examinations of the Communist Party of China and the People’s Liberation Army. Academics (especially historians and Sinologists) as well as practitioners (civilian and military) are invited to submit original, unpublished one-page proposals (for 5,000 to 7,000-word chapters) along with brief biographies (including full contact information) for consideration. Proposals are kindly requested by September 1, 2011. First draft deadlines are January 2012.

Chief editor
Donovan C. Chau, Ph.D. < dchau@csusb.edu>
Department of Political Science and M.A. program in National Security Studies
California State University, San Bernardino