The Department of Political Sciences invites applications for one tenure track position in International Relations and one tenure track position in Comparative Political Behaviour. Any applicants's record of performance must provide evidence of outstanding research potential and the ability to teach effectively at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
The Institute for the Study of International Development is pleased to release two policy papers concering aboriginal peoples in an international perspective. The first, by Katie Saulnier, is entitled "Aboriginal Self-Determination: A Comparative Study of New Zealand, Australia and the United States". The second, by Ben Geboe, is entitled "An Overview of Community Development Initiatitves Engaging Indigenous People in Australia, New Zealand and the United States of America". Both of these policy papers, produced by
Professor Philip Oxhorn has been appointed as a member of the Governing Council of the Society of International Developent, based in Rome. Full information can be found on the Society for International Development's webpage.