Postdoctoral Fellow, International Relations of Southeast Asia
The Fellow will have three main responsibilities: (1) revise her/his dissertation into a publishable book manuscript or a set of articles by the end of the first year of the Fellowship; and (2) assist in the organization and running of the Anatomy of Choice project, including but not limited to, liaising with the contributing authors, organizing workshops, and directing the work of the undergraduate research assistants; (3) contribute to the broader intellectual life of the LKYSPP.
- A Ph.D. degree in Political Science/International Relations/History, focusing on the international relations of East or Southeast Asia, and/or the foreign policy of one or more the countries in the regions. Candidates whose work involves comparing the foreign policy responses of the ASEAN countries to global and regional power shifts are especially encouraged to apply.
- The Ph.D. degree should be formally approved or in hand before the start of the Fellowship.
- An ability to engage with the research and policy communities in Singapore, Asia, and the world.
- Internationally competitive salary
- Highly collegial working environment with an internationally diverse group of scholars
Applicants should submit the following in electronic form (MS Word or PDF file) at their earliest convenience:
- Cover letter, with a brief statement of research expertise and its relevance to the project
- Detailed curriculum vitae
- Copies of academic certificates and transcripts
- Two samples of academic publications/writings
- Three letters of reference (mailed separately by writer to firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Start date: September 1, 2022 (preferred, but negotiable)
Please send electronic submissions to Ms. Diana Endang Adiningsih (email@example.com).
Applications will be acknowledged.
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