The Centre for European Studies (CES,, an EU Centre of Excellence at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, invites applications for a position as a short-term visitor
for a period of two to four weeks in August-September 2016; a portion of the visit should take place in September to correspond to the academic term which begins on September 7, 2016.
The visitor will be expected to participate in the outreach activities of the Centre, including a public talk and other outreach activities, to consult with students and to teach or co-teach two
class sessions with a Carleton instructor.

CES will attempt to assist the visitor with research contacts in Canada; the visitor may also have the opportunity to give a guest lecture at another
EU Centre in Canada or at a regional university.Eligibility: Applicants should hold an ongoing position at an academic institution in the EU and
should have expertise in European integration or EU-Canada relations. The Centre is particularly interested in applicants with expertise relating to EU as a global actor, EU-Canada relations, or
the EU’s relations with countries included in the Eastern Partnership policy or with

Russia. Applicants should be fluent in English.We are seeking applicants with a completed Ph.D. in a relevant field and with a record of
publication, research, and teaching in the field. The short-term visitor will receive a stipend to help cover travel (economy) and accommodation expenses, and a modest living allowance as
allowed under the EU Commission and university guidelines.

Applicants should send a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, two reference letters, and a
copy of a recent publication relating to a topic of relevance to this competition to the following email address no later than March 28, 2016: .

In the subject title line of  the email, please indicate, Short term visitor application YOUR NAME. Letters of reference should be sent to the same email address with the subject title line of the email, Short term visitor reference APPLICANT NAME.

This program is supported by a grant from the European Union and by Carleton University. For questions please contact Prof. Joan DeBardeleben, .
Carleton University is committed to equality of employment for women, aboriginal peoples, visible minorities, and persons with disabilities. Persons from these groups are encouraged to