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Not suggesting you apply, but…

I just thought this was interesting and probably a positive sign.  York University (in the UK) is a very good place, and we see here that studying issues related to peace and post-conflict peace building is an important part of the curriculum–and that the relevant department is expanding!  Cool!
IGbarb says:  “And the salary is  ok too! 🙂 “
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Lecturer in Post-war Recovery Studies, University of York, UK

Lecturer in Post-War Recovery Studies

Job reference UoY00918
Location York, UK
Based at University of York – Heslington Campus
Grade 7
Department Post-war Reconstruction and Development Unit
Closing date 13 September 2010

Salary will be within the range £35,646 – £43,840 per annum. The post is available from 1 October 2010.

The Role

We are seeking a scholar who can make a significant contribution to our research and teaching portfolio in post-war reconstruction, in the areas of humanitarian action; development practices and management; post-conflict governance and state building; security and conflict; and security sector reform (SSR). You must have or be close to completing a PhD in a subject area related to the post, and have experience of teaching. The capacity to develop an international research profile is essential, while the capacity to make both empirical and theoretical contributions in politics and/or political sociology, political economy, international development is desirable.

The ability to design and run Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses for mid-career professionals would be an advantage.

Informal enquiries may be made to the Head of Department, Professor Matthew Festenstein (mf517@york.ac.uk) or to Head of PRDU, Professor Sultan Barakat (email: szb1@york.ac.uk).

Job description and person specification

For more information please see the job description and person specification.

https://www22.i-grasp.com/fe/tpl_YorkUni01.asp?s=ziKhNSpCaRDiFfRax&…

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