Yale University, International Security Studies/Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy
Assistant Director, Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy
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|Location:||New York, United States|
The Assistant Director of the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy (GS) is a two-year, fixed duration position in International Security Studies (ISS) at the Yale Jackson School of Global Affairs, renewable until the appointment of the Brady-Johnson Professor of Grand Strategy.
The Assistant Director of GS will provide academic support to the Interim Director of the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy on an annual basis. The Assistant Director will help administer the yearlong “Studies in Grand Strategy” seminar, to include advice on curriculum and syllabus development and assigned readings, student advising on course assignments and required summer research project, grading student materials, and inviting special guests to participate in a wide range of course-affiliated activities. The Assistant Director will also assist the Interim Director with the admissions process for the Grand Strategy course and will help select the undergraduate and graduate students admitted to the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy.
The Assistant Director will work closely with guest faculty and Brady-Johnson Distinguished Fellows in Grand Strategy to prepare their respective teaching segments, to include team-teaching class sessions with scholars and practitioners.
The Assistant Director will provide advice and career development support to Henry Chauncey ’57 Postdoctoral Fellows in Grand Strategy within International Security Studies (ISS), to include assistance with organizing their weekly training workshops, inviting scholars across Yale and at peer schools to participate, and building and sustaining a network to support these promising young scholars as they navigate the job market. The Assistant Director will also support the Interim Director of GS and the Director of ISS in the selection of future postdoctoral fellows.
In addition to part-time teaching in the yearlong Studies in Grand Strategy seminar, the Assistant Director will offer an additional course on a topic related to international affairs, history, or grand strategy for undergraduate and/or graduate students on an as-needed basis. In this case, the Assistant Director will receive a secondary appointment as Lecturer in Global Affairs or in a related academic department.
Ph.D. in History, Political Science, or related subject required, with demonstrated high-quality scholarship related to grand strategy and global affairs.
Applicants must apply through Yale's Online Hiring and Recruitment System: https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/Home/Home?partnerid=25053&siteid=5248#jobDetails=1544711_5248.
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