Assistant Professor of Russian, Department: FOREIGN LANGUAGES & LITERATURES Proposed Start Date: AUGUST 16, 2004 Appointment Conditions: Tenure Track, 09 Months, Full Time Special Conditions: Description: Assistant Professor of Russian to teach at all levels of an undergraduate curriculum in interdisciplinary Russian Studies. Teaching duties include five courses per year in Russian language, literature, and culture, with some courses taught in English as needed. Required Qualifications: Ph.D. in Russian, Russian Studies or related field. Active and broad research program in Russian cultural studies. Near-native fluency in Russian. Ability to communicate effectively in English. Successful stand-alone teaching experience. Evidence of leadership ability in program development. Preferred Qualifications: Demonstrated competence in using contemporary approaches to language teaching including technology. Ability to develop interdisciplinary Russian Studies program curriculum, establish international connections and study abroad opportunities, and organize cultural events. Application Deadline: To guarantee consideration, application must be received by November 28, 2003. Application Instructions: Send letter of application, curriculum vita, transcripts, three recent letters of recommendation, teaching portfolio, and writing sample (in English) to Chair, Russian Studies Search, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, 300 Pearson Hall, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa 50011-2205. The Search Committee will not consider incomplete applications. Please include email address, if possible, for communication purposes. Location: Iowa

ABA/CEELI Legal Positions The Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative (CEELI), a public service project of the American Bar Association, is currently seeking experienced attorneys for volunteer positions CEELI To apply, or for more detailed information, please visit our web-site at:

The University of Duisburg-Essen, Faculty of Social Sciences, Institute of Political Science, invites applications for the appointment of a University Professor of Political Science focusing on International Relations, effective from April 1st , 2004.The successful applicant will have an international reputation; represent the field of International Relations in teaching and research with special emphasis on processes of globalization, and have a strong record of research in development studies and experience in the management of research projects,. Requirements: Ph.D. and post-doctoral academic achievements; and a working knowledge of the German language. Preference will be given to persons with disabilities who have equivalent suitability. Applications should be submitted by November 30th, 2003. For further information contact: Prof. Dr. Thomas Heberer ( ).

Peace Brigades International-Colombia Project (PBI Colombia) needs International Observers to work for the protection of human rights defenders and displaced communities in Colombia. You must be over 25, speak Spanish fluently and have work experience in NGOs. Peace Brigades International is an humanitarian organization committed to the non-violent resolution of conflicts. For more information and an application form please contact: Roberto Montoya: web:

The Bretton Woods Project has a strong international reputation for analysis and advocacy on these powerful institutions. It is seeking a skilled researcher, communicator and organizer with knowledge of structural adjustment programmes and four years relevant experience. Additional Qualifications: See full role profile at: http: The deadline to submit applications is 23 November 2003.  

The Politics/International Relations Program seeks a broadly trained political scientist with teaching and research interests in public policy. A regional specialization in Europe is a plus, but is not required. AUBG is a small, American-style liberal arts undergraduate institution dedicated to developing the next generation of leaders for Southeastern Europe. Its learner- centered environment and English language instruction attracts excellent students from throughout the region. Competitive salaries are based on experience and qualifications. PhD preferred. Rank is open. Applicants should submit a cover letter addressing teaching philosophy, a vita, and the names, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of three references. Deadline for receipt of applications is 1 December 2003. Address your cover letter and resume to POS Search Committee, American University in Bulgaria, Blagoevgrad 2700, Bulgaria, e-mail: Fax: +359 73 880 828. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. AUBG is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Electronic submissions encouraged. Location: BULGARIA Deadline: 1 DECEMBER 2003 Website:

Faculty position in conflict analysis and resolution. The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Sabancı University, an English-speaking private university in İstanbul, Turkey, invites applications and/or nominations for a faculty position in Conflict Resolution for its Graduate Program in Conflict Analysis and Resolution.Qualifications for the position are as follows: Ph.D. in Conflict Resolution or International Relations with a special emphasis on the processes and mechanisms for solving and transforming intranational and international conflicts. Third-party roles in conflict resolution, alternative approaches to resolving and preventing conflict, approaches to peacemaking, the formation of cooperative global relationships, individual and community transformation in post conflict environments are some of the critical topics. Candidates are expected to have strong theoretical and research skills as well as a record of successful teaching. Duties for the position include teaching two courses per semester on the graduate and undergraduate levels and conducting publishable research.nApplicants need to include a resume, brief statement of reseach and teaching goals, and three of recommendation to Dean of Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Sabancı University, Orhanlı, 34956 Tuzla Istanbul, Turkey. Application review begins February 1, 2004 and continues until position is filled. For further information please contact: Nimet Beriker Ph.D., Coordinator.Graduate Program in Conflict Analysis and Resolution E-mail:; Facsimile: 90-(0216) 483 92 50; Website:

Center for Policy Studies at the Central European University is looking for a Senior Hungarian Researcher. The Center for Policy Studies (CPS) is an academic unit within the Central European University (CEU). It is dedicated to the identification, analysis of policy issues with a special, but not exclusive focus on the region of Central and Eastern Europe. CPS is committed to conducting research, developing education programs in public policy, and encouraging, coordinating, and facilitating the research of other parts of CEU and other research units. CPS wishes to appoint a researcher to work part-time (appr. 30 hours/week) for six months. The successful applicant will contribute to the EC funded multinational research project,"Policy Frames and Implementation Problems: the case of gender mainstreaming" (MAGEEQ). The aim of the project is to produce, next to a comparative study on the framing of gender inequality as a policy problem in Austria, Greece, Hungary, the Netherlands, Slovenia and Spain, a conceptual framework on various dimensions of gender equality policy frames, a method for the assessment of inconsistencies in gender equality policy frames and in a set of debates at national and international level. CPS is the Hungarian partner in the MAGEEQ consortium. The person qualified for this job will be involved in conducting research in the Hungarian policy environment. Specific duties will include collection of data and policy documents relevant to certain aspects of Hungarian gender equality policy, preparing documents for computer analysis, assisting in computer based qualitative analysis of collected data, maintaining the electronic filing system of data and documents and assisting with the project management. The successful applicant will have a graduate degree in law or social sciences (preferably PhD, or involvement in a PhD program); demonstrated experience in policy research; ability to work independently; good interpersonal skills; excellent Hungarian and English language skills written and spoken; good computer skills. Familiarity with the Hungarian policy environment and gender related policy issues is desirable. The position will be for 6 months, with the possibility for further involvement with the project. The person appointed would need to start this position as soon as possible. Remuneration: HUF equivalent of 1,100 EUR/month (gross); Interested individuals should send a cover letter, a CV and address of two references to: Central European University Human Resources Director Judit Pallos Nador utca 9, 1051 Budapest Hungary e-mail: Applications must be received by November 20, 2003 to be considered. Starting date: as soon as the interviewing process is over, but not later than December 1, 2003 Location: Budapest, Hungary Deadline: Nov 20, 2003 Website: