Thursday, August 17, 2006
This is not strictly speaking related to Chinese law, but it's related to China and to law, so may be of interest to some readers.
The Hopkins-Nanjing Center is looking for visiting professors to teach in its new 2-year MA in International Affairs (fully accredited in the US and China). (I think the visiting stints are for a year.) A former colleague of mine taught in their one-year certificate program and found it a very enjoyable experience. The Center's material states:
We are looking for economists, political scientists, and law professors to teach at the graduate level at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center. They will teach in English, largely to Chinese students, and need not have Chinese language ability or experience. The attached job announcements give more details about the positions for which we are searching.
We offer salaries comparable to what faculty receive at their home institutions, Hopkins benefits, plus travel and shipping stipends, a scholar's allowance, and free housing for professors and families.
The application deadline is Oct. 1, 2006. For more information, click here.