Department of Political Studies

Department of Political Studies
Department of Political Studies

Employment Opportunities

Faculty Appointment(s)

None currently available. 

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Opportunities

SSHRC Post-Doctoral Fellowships

The Department welcomes inquiries from students who 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.

Teaching Fellowships and Assistantships

Available Teaching Assistantships: 

FALL 2019

POLS 101 - Contemporary Issues in Politics
POLS 110A – Introduction to Politics in Government
POLS 211 – Canadian Government
POLS 241 – Comparative Politics: Transformations
POLS 243 – States, Ethnic Diversity, Conflict
POLS 250A – Political Theory
POLS 261 – International Politics
POLS 384 – Strategies of Political Research

WINTER 2020

POLS 110B - Introduction to Politics in Government
POLS 212 – Canadian Politics
POLS 242 – Comparative Politics: Contemporary Regimes
POLS 250B - Political Theory
POLS 262 – International Political Economy
POLS 264 – World Politics in Historical Perspective
POLS 280 – Introduction to Women, Gender and Politics
POLS 367 – American Foreign Policy
POLS 385 - Introduction to Statistics/Quantitative Approaches to Political Studies

Term Adjunct Position(s)

POLS 440: The Politics of Ethnicity/Nationalism (Fall 2019)

The Department of Political Studies at Queen’s University invites applications from suitably qualified candidates interested in teaching an undergraduate course in The Politics of Ethnicity/Nationalism. This is an on campus seminar course with an expected enrollment of 22 students. Candidates should have a MA or PhD, and teaching experience in Ethnicity/Nationalism in Politics. This is a fall term appointment for the period of September 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019, with classes in session from September 2, 2019 to November 29, 2019.

POLS 440 Term Adjunct Advert (PDF, 133KB) 

Posted: May 1, 2019
Closes: May 15, 2019