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Chair of Contemporary Greek Studies - London School of Economics

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Originally-From: Christina C. Christara <ccc@cs.toronto.edu>

This announcement is extracted from TO BHMA 29-12-96.

Regards

C. Christara
Associate Professor
Dept. of Computer Science
University of Toronto


The London School of Economics and Political Science
(University of London)

The Eleftherios Venizelos Chair of Contemporary Greek Studies

Tenable at
The London School of Economics and Political Science

Supported by a generous endowment from Greece, the School has established a new Chair of Contemporary Greek Studies, tenable from 1 October 1997.

The holder of the Chair will be expected to have made an outstanding and internationally recognized contribution to the advancement of the study of contemporary Greece through research and publications about Greece in one or more of the following social sciences: economics, politics, public policy, international relations, business studies or political economy.

He/she will be required to direct the Hellenic Observatory within the European Institute and to teach, to develop teaching and to conduct and promote research about contemporary Greece. The Chair will be based in the European Institute and the person appointed will also be a member of the academic department most closely aligned with his/her research interests.

The appointment will be made at the appropriate point of the professorial salary scale (min 35,400 pounds per year, including London Allowance). The closing date for the applications is *** Monday 3 February 1997. ***

Anyone who wished to discuss this post is encouraged to contact

Howard Machin, Director, The European Institute,
The London School of Economics and Political Science,
Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE
tel. 0171 955 7185
e-mail: h.machin@ise.ac.uk

Application forms and further particulars are available from
Personnel Services,
The London School of Economics and Political Science,
Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE
tel. 0171 955 6183

The LSE is committed to equal opportunities
The LSE is an educational charity committed to excellence in teaching and research.


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