- Weinberg College of Liberal Arts and Sciences seeks applications for the centerpiece of a partnership with the Jack Miller Center for Teaching America's Founding Principles and History: a two-year post-doctoral fellowship held in residence at Northwestern University’s Center for Legal Studies beginning September 1, 2019. A strong preference will be given to candidates working at the intersections of constitutional innovation, politics, and law in the context of the rise of eighteenth century invention, new understandings of property, the Enlightenment, and the creation of the United States. Particularly encouraged to apply are candidates in legal history, the history of political and economic thought, and/or political theory whose work is empirically grounded in the eighteenth century but has significant contemporary implications for questions of constitutionalism, liberty, equality, and democracy.
- To apply or find more information, visit: https://www.legalstudies.northwestern.edu/people/jmcpostdoc2019.html?fbclid=IwAR2Fc-72kI7ezy_wxN-ro137AmaaK0VfNOzJHhLezvwNeJ3kjT_c1mV3DBc%E2%80%8B
- The Ethics Center at Brandeis University is seeking applicants for a faculty fellowship program related to advocacy and civic engagement. The program involves professors in all 50 states teaching students about advocacy at the level of state governments, and engaging them directly with legislators and activists working on bills on issues of interest to them, such as climate change, immigration, and gender-based violence. The Ethics Center is hoping to attract applicants from these 10 states: Alaska, Illinois, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, West Virginia, Wyoming.
- To apply or find more information, visit: https://www.brandeis.edu/ethics/ENACT/apply.html