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Subject:

Fellowships: The Program in Law and Public Affairs (Princeton)

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"Serguei Alex. Oushakine" <[log in to unmask]>

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Serguei Alex. Oushakine

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Wed, 16 Nov 2005 00:13:00 -0500

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http://www.princeton.edu/~lapa/

The Program in Law and Public Affairs (LAPA) invites outstanding faculty, 
independent scholars, lawyers, and judges to apply for appointments
as fellows for the academic year 2006Ė07. Successful candidates will devote 
an academic year in residence at Princeton to research,
discussions, and scholarly collaboration on topics broadly related to law 
and public affairs. Under exceptional circumstances, applications for
only one semester in residence may be considered. We plan to name five or 
six general fellows. We will also name one Microsoft LAPA Fellow in
Law, Property, and the Economic Organization of Society
.
LAPA is a joint venture of the Woodrow Wilson School for Public and 
International Affairs, the University Center for Human Values, and
the Department of Politics. All LAPA fellows participate in various 
activities of the program, including faculty-graduate seminars, colloquia, 
and
public lectures. They enjoy access to Firestone Library and a wide range of 
other activities throughout the University. Fellows devote the major
portion of their time to research and writing on law and public affairs.

Some fellows also have the opportunity to teach in one of Princetonís 
graduate or undergraduate programs. Subject to the approval of the
dean of the faculty, LAPA will sponsor courses that contribute to a liberal 
education in Princetonís undergraduate, graduate professional, or
graduate research programs.

All applicants should have a doctorate or a professional postgraduate 
degree. The fellows program is open to all regardless of citizenship, but
it does not support work toward the completion of a degree. Salaries vary 
according to individual circumstances but will not exceed a maximum
that is set each fall. Fellows from academic institutions normally receive 
one-half their academic-year salaries for the appointment period.
Additional salary may be paid to fellows who teach a course.

The selection committee, made up of Princeton faculty associated with the 
program, evaluates applicants on the basis of (1) the quality of
their achievements in their field of specialization and their ability to 
benefit from the activities of the program; (2) the significance of their
proposed contribution to the purposes of the program; and (3) the 
contribution they are likely to make in the future to legal scholarship
and practice.

To apply, please submit the following:
1. A curriculum vitae.
2. A significant piece of written work such as an article or a book chapter 
(preferably something
written during the last three years). Do not submit more than one piece.
3. A statement (of no more than 1,500 words) describing in detail the 
research project on
which you plan to work while in residence at Princeton. The statement should 
describe the
topic for your research and your proposal for addressing it. The statement 
should also address
the importance of the proposed project within the context of your own past 
work (if
relevant) and other scholarly work.
4. A second statement indicating whether you would like to teach a course. 
If so, the
statement should include a brief description of the proposed course, a 
paragraph about
how the course might be organized, and a sample reading list of books, 
articles, and/or
cases. Typically, proposed courses should be seminars on a topic of 
normative and empirical
significance in the broad area of law and public affairs. Subject to the 
approval of the
dean of the faculty, LAPA will sponsor courses that contribute to a liberal 
education in
Princetonís undergraduate, graduate professional, or graduate research 
programs.
5. A completed information summary form available in Web and Word format 
online
at www.princeton.edu/~lapa or by request from the LAPA administrative office 
by e-mail
([log in to unmask]), telephone (609-258- 5626) or fax (609-258-0922).
6. A confidential statement on a separate sheet of paper indicating (1) your 
salary (not
including summer research support) for the current academic year (September 
1, 2005 to
June 1, 2006), (2) financial support available to you from your home 
institution, other
grantors, and any other sources during your time at Princeton, and (3) what 
support you
are likely to need from the program.
7. Applicants must also arrange for two letters of reference to be sent 
directly to the office of
the Program in Law and Public Affairs by the deadline.
All materials, including letters of reference, must be RECEIVED by Thursday, 
December 1, 2005. The
Selection Committee begins reviewing applications immediately, and 
incomplete applications
may be at a disadvantage. Completed applications should be sent by post, 
express mail
service, or e-mail (faxes not accepted) to:

Program in Law and Public Affairs
Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University
Princeton, New Jersey 08544-1013
If you have any questions, please contact our office by e-mail at
[log in to unmask] or by phone at 609-258-5626.
For more information, visit our Web site at:
www.princeton.edu/~lapa. 

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