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War Studies is hiring *7* permanent/tenure-track faculty, 18 posts in King’s politics

February 18, 2016

Yes, that’s correct. The Dept of War Studies at King’s College London is hiring 7 permanent lecturers + 2 fixed-term lecturers. In addition, Defence Studies (Shrivenham campus) is hiring 8 permanent lecturers, and there are 3 more permanent posts in International Development.

For those who are not from the UK, these are tenure-track positions equivalent to assistant professor. WS is a huge interdisciplinary department (70? tenure-line academics + 50? research associates, teaching fellows). We welcome scholars in history, politics & IR, psychology, geography, area studies, anthropology, sociology, economics, computer science, law.

For more on why you should apply, see here for my sales pitch on working in War Studies at King’s College London. The post is a few years old and the department has grown, but it’s worth a read if you’re thinking about applying. (Our department is awesome- ask anyone.)

Deadline: 20 March 2016. Interviews in April.

Lecturer in War Studies (International History)

Lecturer in International Relations (Diplomacy and Foreign Policy)

Lecturer in War Studies (Social Psychology and Security Studies)
Lecturer in War Studies (East Asian Security and International Relations)
Lecturer in International Relations (Global Governance and Security)
Lecturer in International Relations (Gender and International Relations)
Lecturer in War Studies (Intelligence and Cyber Security)
Lecturer in War Studies (Japan) (1 year)
Lecturer in War Studies (History and Grand Strategy) (2 years)
Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Defence Studies (8 Posts, yes 8!)
Defence Studies Department, King’s College London (Shrivenham campus, 1 hr outside London)
Note: I only created this post to link all seven posts. Please forward your questions about these positions to the appropriate academic lead at the bottom of each posting (not to me).
3 Bonus posts (also permanent tenured/tenure-track) in the International Development Institute:

Senior Lecturer in International Development (East Asia and Southeast Asia)

2 Lecturers in International Development (East Asia & Southeast Asia)

 

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