The Jean Monnet Chair in EU External Relations at Carleton University (Ottawa, Canada) invites applications for a position of short-term visiting scholar for a period of three weeks in late May/early June 2024 (including the dates of May 20-30).

The visiting scholar position will include teaching a module on the EU’s regional cooperation mechanisms, which involves six three-hour sessions, consultations with students, constructing the course outline for the module, and evaluation of student written and oral work. The module is part of an advanced undergraduate/graduate level course entitled The EU, Russia and China: Competing Regionalism in Eurasia. The course is provided by the Institute of European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies (EURUS) at Carleton University.

In addition to teaching, the visiting scholar will be expected to consult with students and give one research lecture at the Centre for European Studies on a topic related to the EU as a regional actor.

Qualified applicants must be based at an academic institution in an EU member state. We are seeking applicants with a completed Ph.D. in a relevant field and with a record of publications, relevant teaching experience, and an active research program.

Read the announcement with all of the details including remuneration here. Consideration of applications received will commence starting December 22, 2023.

The Jean Monnet Chair in EU External Relations: Competing Regionalism in Eurasia supports teaching, public and policy debates, and dissemination of resources on the EU as a foreign policy actor, the EU’s sponsored policies within the Eurasian region and the EU-China relations.

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The Chair is co-funded with a grant from the European Union Erasmus+ Programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport and by Carleton University.