"Africa is, indeed, coming into fashion." - Horace Walpole (1774)


Emory post-doc in African Studies & Global Health

This may be of interest to some readers:

Emory University announces a joint three year post-doctoral teaching fellowship in African Studies and the undergraduate program in Global Health, Culture and Society (GHCS). We are looking for young, innovative scholars and dynamic teachers who work at the intersection of various disciplines such as anthropology, economics, history, women’s studies and political science on topics generally related to health and development. Applicants should have received the Ph.D. within the past three years. Fellows will be located in Emory’s Institute of African Studies (IAS) with affiliations to GHCS and relevant departments. Fellows will offer four courses yearly, one at the graduate level, and will be expected to participate in the activities of IAS, GHCS and various university global health programs. Ability to teach an undergraduate interdisciplinary “Introduction to Global Health” course is desirable. Please submit a CV, a letter detailing research and teaching interests, including proposed courses, and three letters of recommendation, to Clifton Crais, Director, Institute of African Studies, Institute of Liberal Arts, 537 Kilgo Circle, S415 Callaway, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 30322, or by email at ccrais@emory.edu. Review of applications will begin 1 April. Emory is an AA/EOE institution committed to diversity.


Blogger kim yi dionne said...

only the "young" need apply? hmm...

Monday, March 28, 2011 10:37:00 AM


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