[TimorLesteStudies] Postdoctoral positions: Asian Dynamics Initiative, Copenhagen

Bu V.E. Wilson bu.wilson at anu.edu.au
Sat Feb 28 21:34:59 EST 2009

2 Postdoctoral positions under the Asian Dynamics Initiative

Faculty of Humanities & Faculty of Social Sciences

Applications are invited for 2 postdoctoral positions under the Asian
Dynamics Initiative (ADI) at the University of Copenhagen. One position will
be based at the Faculty of Humanities, the other position at the Faculty of
Social Sciences. Expected date of appointment is 1 August or soon

The University of Copenhagen has launched the ADI to strengthen its position
as a major strategic source of knowledge regarding Asia. As a cooperative
venture between the Faculties of Humanities and Social Sciences, the ADI
aims at creating a cross-disciplinary platform for existing and new
research, for teaching and for developing new competencies in relation to
the social, economic, political, cultural, and religious complexities found
in Asia.

Seven research fields have been identified as anchor points for cutting edge
research and teaching between the Social Sciences and the Humanities. It is
expected that the candidates have a research project that relates to at
least one of the designated research fields of the ADI which are:

1. Knowledge in transit
2. Security at global and local levels
3. Borders, territorialisation and regionalization
4. Belonging, citizenship and identities
5. Local responses to global challenges
6. The economics of the Asian challenge
7. Political institutions and culture

Applications cannot be based on this extract. For further information please
refer to http://www.asiandynamics.ku.dk/english

Closing date for application: 15 April 2009.

Professor Louise Edwards (FAHA, FASSA)
Director China Research Centre
Convenor ARC Asia Pacific Futures Research Network

CQ 01.02.05
University of Technology Sydney
PO Box 123, Broadway
NSW 2007

Tel: 61-2-9514-7489
Fax: 61-2-9514-1578

Email: louise.edwards at uts.edu.au

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