John Marshall Visiting Research Fellows
Visiting post-doctoral fellows are a vital part of the center's work. Fellows pursue research within the context of the history of political, legal, economic, and constitutional ideas. Fellows present their work, conduct faculty seminars, take part in conferences, and teach upper-level courses for the Jepson School. The John Marshall Visiting Research Fellows are in residence to pursue their own advanced research on the theory and practice of statesmanship from the perspective of the history of political, legal, or economic ideas.
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John Marshall Visiting Research Fellow
The John Marshall International Center for the Study of Statesmanship at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies is accepting applications for the position of John Marshall Visiting Research Fellow for 2017-18. The Marshall Fellow will pursue his or her own advanced research in political economy as it relates to the theory and practice of statesmanship, and be in residence during academic terms at the Jepson School actively contributing to the intellectual life of the School and University through meaningful interactions with faculty and participation in Marshall Center programs.
Ph.D. program in economics, history, philosophy, or political science. Candidates who are ABD will be considered, but must have completed the Ph.D. in one of these fields by August 1, 2017. Applications for the fellowship are encouraged from those who have just finished or who are about to finish their doctoral dissertations.
Candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, one-page research plan, and writing sample; and provide the names and emails of three references to the official website. The deadline for applications is May 15, 2017.
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