Stanford University – Distinguished Visiting Austrian Chair Professorship
1. The Distinguished Visiting Austrian Chair Professor will be in residence at Stanford for two quarters (6 months: January-June) of an academic year hosted by the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI) of Stanford University.
2. Salaries are comparable to faculty at Stanford. For the periods January-June 2013, January-June 2014, January-June 2015 qualified Austrian scholars from relevant fields may apply. Duties include teaching one course per quarter (related to Austrian interests and wider European issues). Emphasis is on joint research and collaborative projects with Stanford faculty.
3. Qualifications include credentials to teach and conduct research at Associate Professor rank or above at Stanford.
4. Priority will be given to scholars whose research interests overlap with The Freeman Spogli Institute of International Studies (FSI), the Europe Center and related Stanford departments. Priority will be given to scholars whose research interests overlap with those of the research centers of FSI, the Europe Center, and fields supported by faculty research in any of the seven schools of Stanford University. Possible areas of focus are modern Austrian literature, history, philosophy, and culture, as well as the natural sciences, EU policies on the environment, political economy, security and conflict, and transformations of welfare and global economies.
5. Applicants are expected to identify Stanford faculty with whom they can collaborate if applicants have collaborated or intend to do so. For additional information on FSI, see http://fsi.stanford.edu/.
6. Applications in English should be sent by email not later than 1 February 2012 to firstname.lastname@example.org (Universität Wien, DLE Internationale Beziehungen) and include:
1) a Curriculum Vitae
2) a list of publications
3) a list of ongoing research projects with relevance to the application
4) a statement of research to be conducted at Stanford
5) a proposal for possible courses to be held at Stanford
6) a list of Stanford faculty with whom the applicant can collaborate.
7. Questions on the application process should be directed to the International Office (DLE Internationale Beziehungen) of the University of Vienna.
Mag. Maximilian Kudler, Universität Wien, DLE Internationale
Beziehungen, Universitätsring 1, 1010 Wien
Phone: +(43) (1) 4277 18210
Fax: +(43) (1) 4277 9182