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APPLICATION DEADLINE25/09/2019 23:59 - Asia/Tokyo
LOCATIONJapan › Nagasaki
TYPE OF CONTRACTPermanent
HOURS PER WEEKSee description
Nagasaki University invites applications for a position in the field of international law at the level of Associate Professor or Assistant Professor with a start date of 1 April 2020 (earlier date negotiable). In accordance with the aims of the Basic Act for Gender Equal Society, Nagasaki University promotes gender equality and has a policy of proactively hiring female researchers when candidates have equivalent qualifications. Note that a strict non-smoking policy is in effect on all campuses and that Nagasaki University furthermore requires candidates who smoke to give up smoking when they are hired, as a measure to protect students and staff from second-hand smoke.
●Background and Concept of the School of Global Humanities and Social Sciences (SGHSS)
In order to strengthen its foundations as a general university and meet the strong demand in society for global talent in the humanities and social sciences, Nagasaki University established a new faculty at which education and research in these fields are conducted in April of 2014: the School of Global Humanities and Social Sciences (SGHSS). Aiming to further foster research in these fields, it subsequently established the Graduate School of Global Humanities and Social Sciences (GSGHSS) in April of 2018. The GSGHSS currently offers an MA program, and plans for a PhD program to be launched in April of 2020 have been submitted for approval to the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. More information regarding the SGHSS and the GSGHSS can be found online at http://www.hss.nagasaki-u.ac.jp/. Nagasaki University invites applications from scholars who share the aims and vision of the SGHSS and the GSGHSS. Due to an organizational restructuring that came into effect on 1 April 2019, the selected candidate will be employed at the Nagasaki University Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences (Division of Global Humanities and Social Sciences).
Applicants should have extensive expertise and excellent research achievements regarding international law. They should preferably have produced clear research results with respect to a specific topic while also having produced results in related fields such as human rights, peace, and gender. The selected candidate will be asked to teach courses mainly in the International Public Policy Program, but in view of the connections among that program, the Social Dynamics Program, and the Human and Cultural Studies Program, applicants should be able to treat various phenomena related to international law as well as human rights and gender, including connections to domains of inquiry such as society, history, culture, philosophy, and thought.
●Position and Number of Openings
One Associate Professor or Assistant Professor.
Full-time, under an annual-salary system newly set forth by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology, with discretionary work hours. The details of the contract will be determined in accordance with university regulations.
1 April 2020 (earlier date negotiable).
- Specialized education: elementary lecture courses (Gender and Human Rights)
- Specialized education: specialized lecture courses (International Human Rights Studies, Peace Studies)
- General education: SGHSS module courses (Introduction to International Public Policy (Law))
- International student courses
- `Academic practice' courses (Special Lectures on International Gender Studies, Special Seminar on International Gender Studies)
- Specialized courses in related fields
- Graduate student research supervision
EURAXESS offer ID: 437539
Posting organisation offer ID: D119071967
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