Global Governance, International Studies at the University of Denver
Job no: 495451
Work type: Faculty Full-Time
Location: Denver, CO
Application Deadline: September 16, 2022
The Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver seeks to hire an assistant professor, tenure track, in the fields of global governance or international relations, with a preference for those studying challenges related to the global order in the 21st century and the prospects for new orders. Possible research interests include such core issues of international relations and the global order as the efficacy of international institutions, limits on the use of force for territorial gain, respect for human rights, authoritarianism and the international order, rising powers, and existential rivalries in the international arena. The position will commence in September 2023. The successful candidate for this position will function effectively as a scholar and teacher in an interdisciplinary school and will complement the expertise of the existing faculty who specialize in global governance (through the lens of human and international security, global development, and/or international political economy). The successful candidate for this position will be prepared to teach graduate and undergraduate students in several Korbel degree programs. Through research and outreach this faculty member will contribute to the School’s commitment to engaged scholarship.