Department of Political Studies

Department of Political Studies
Department of Political Studies

Employment Opportunities

Faculty Appointment(s)

None Available

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Opportunities

SSHRC Post-Doctoral Fellowships

The Department welcomes inquiries from students who hold, or are applying for a Social Science and Humanities Research Council post-doctoral fellowship. Please e-mail the Head of the Department and the intended supervisor for further information.

Skelton-Clark Post-Doctoral Fellowship

The Department invites applications for the Skelton-Clark Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Canadian Affairs. Inquires can be directed to Head of the Department, Zsuzsa Csergő. Only applications received by 13 July 2018 will be considered. Please see the attachment below for further details and eligibility.

Posted: 22 June 2018

Skelton-Clark Post-Doctoral Fellowship 2018

Teaching Fellowships and Assistantships

Teaching Assistantships

For the 2018-2019 academic year, the Department of Political Studies will be seeking Teaching Assistants for the below listed courses.

For course descriptions see: Political Studies Courses. The number of TAships available for each course depends on final enrollments.

Using the survey link that was emailed to you, please submit your Teaching Assistantship preferences by Monday, July 23, 2018.

Please see our website for further information regarding ‘Appointment of Teaching Assistants’ and Article 12.04 of the “Collective Agreement (CA) between the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) on behalf of Graduate Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows and Queen's University”.

Fall Term 2018
POLS 211: Canadian Government
POLS 241: Comparative Politics: Transformations
POLS 243: Comparative Politics: States, Ethnic Diversity, and Conflict
POLS 261: International Politics POLS 280: Introductions to Women, Gender and Politics
POLS 367: American Foreign Policy
POLS 384: Strategies of Political Research

Fall/Winter 2018-2019
POLS 110 A & B: Introduction to Politics and Government
POLS 250 A & B: Political Theory

Winter 2019
POLS 101: Contemporary Issues in Politics
POLS 212: Canadian Politics
POLS 242: Comparative Politics: Contemporary Regimes
POLS 262: International Political Economy
POLS 264: World Politics in Historical Perspective
POLS 385: Quantitative Approaches to Political Studies
POLS 465: The Politics of War

Term Adjunct Position(s)

None Available