The Departments of History and Political Science are developing interdisciplinary research cooperation in the History and Theory of International Relations, with particular reference to the 20th century and problems of theorizing cultures and institutions of power in the global order. The successful candidate will be someone who holds a PhD degree (or is awaiting conferment) in either discipline, and has research interests and expertise relating to hegemonic transitions and great power relationships. We are particularly interested in candidates with relevant expertise in the China-USA relationship. read more
Dr. Chong has also the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Faculty Award for Promising Researcher. This award is presented to researchers who have produced research that shows potential impact and promise. Dr. Chong has been with FASS since 2010 and his research focuses on international relations, especially IR theory, security, and international relations in the Asia-Pacific. Of particular interest are issues that stand at the nexus of international and domestic politics. read more
The Fred W. Riggs Award is awarded for Lifetime Scholarly Achievement in International and Comparative Administration by the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA).
The Robert L. Jervis and Paul Schroeder Best Book Award is awarded annually by the American Political Science Association (APSA) for the best book in International History and Politics. For more details, please click read more
Dr. Woodberry's article The Missionary Roots of Liberal Democracy (American Political Science Review 106(2): 244-74) has won the following awards: