The School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy at Queen’s University Belfast is currently recruiting for a Lecturer in International Security and Terrorism (Closing Date: Monday 4 February 2013).
The successful applicant will undertake research in international security and terrorism in line with the School’s research strategy, teach these subjects and conflict at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and contribute to School administration/outreach activity.
Further details available from the Job Opportunities at Queen’s webpage.
Dr. Ephraim Nimni has been invited by the Marcus Wallenberg Foundation for Intentional Cooperation to Stockholm on 7-9 January to participate in a high powered workshop with Professors David Miller, Margaret Moore and David Owen on the topic: "Popular sovereignty and territory: the challenge of democracy in the age of globalization". Dr. Nimni’s presentation will be on "Territorial Minorities, Democratic Theory and National Self-Determination"
The School has been awarded six studentships to fund students commencing a research degree in September 2013. Each studentship will cover approved tuition fees and maintenance payments for three years. The studentships are available to UK and other EU and EEA nationals. Further details are available here