Open Rank Faculty Position in the Study of Democracy
The University of Notre Dame’s Keough School of Global Affairs invites applications for a tenured or tenure-track faculty position in the study of democracy in any region of the world, including policies and practices related to democratization and regime change. Scholars from a variety of disciplines who are engaged in rigorous social science research will be considered. Applicants should have an interest in contributing to a multi-disciplinary and policy-oriented school. Applicants attracted to a university with a Catholic identity, and minority and female applicants, are especially encouraged to apply. While priority will be given to consideration of junior candidates (ABD, postdoc, assistant professors or non-tenured associate professors), senior applicants may also be considered. A Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degree is required at the time of hire.
The successful hire will be based in the Keough School of Global Affairs, and affiliated with the Kellogg Institute for International Studies. Oriented toward research, teaching, and service dedicated to the advancement of integral human development, the Keough School promotes interdisciplinary research on critical issues in global affairs, offers a professional master’s degree and undergraduate degrees, and supports doctoral programs. The Kellogg Institute for International Studies has for over 35 years been a leading center for interdisciplinary research and programming on issues of democracy and human development.
All applicants are required to submit a letter of interest and a C.V. Junior candidates (ABD, postdoc, assistant or non-tenured associate professors) should also arrange for the submission of three confidential letters of reference, a statement of research, a writing sample, and a teaching statement which includes a summary of any teaching evaluations available.
All application materials must be submitted through the Interfolio/Notre Dame online application system: http://apply.interfolio.com/65959
Nominations and inquiries may be sent via email to:
Prof. Paolo Carozza
Chair, Democracy Search Committee
Keough School of Global Affairs
University of Notre Dame
Review of applications will begin on October 15, 2019, and will continue until the position is filled. The position will close to new applications on January 15, 2020.
The University of Notre Dame seeks to attract, develop, and retain the highest quality faculty, staff and administration. The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and is committed to building a culturally diverse workplace. We strongly encourage applications from female and minority candidates and those candidates attracted to a university with a Catholic identity. Moreover, Notre Dame prohibits discrimination against veterans or disabled qualified individuals, and requires affirmative action by covered contractors to employ and advance veterans and qualified individuals with disabilities in compliance with 41 CFR 60-741.5(a) and 41 CFR 60-300.5(a).
The University of Notre Dame supports the needs of dual career couples and has a Dual Career Assistance Program in place to assist relocating spouses and significant others with their job search. The University is also a member of the Greater Chicago Midwest Higher Education Recruitment Consortium.
This appointment is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check. Applicants will be asked to identify all felony convictions and/or pending felony charges. Felony convictions do not automatically bar an individual from employment. Each case will be examined separately to determine the appropriateness of employment in the particular position. Failure to be forthcoming or dishonesty with respect to felony disclosures can result in the disqualification of a candidate. The full procedure can be viewed at http://facultyhandbook.nd.edu/university-policies/background-check-procedure-for-prospective-faculty/.