Professor in Comparative Politics, Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen

The Department of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Copenhagen (UCPH), invites excellent candidates for one or more full professorships in Comparative Politics.

The position is available from 1 October 2021 or as soon as possible thereafter.


The Department is a top-ranked European Political Science department, which offers a vibrant, collegial and pluralist working environment for ambitious scholars.

The pluralism of Political Science in Copenhagen is evidenced in the various epistemological and methodological approaches as well as sub-fields adopted by faculty, as reflected in a wide range of core subjects in the MSc programme. The Department is located on an attractive, historic campus in central Copenhagen – a city continuously voted as one of the most liveable European capitals. Located in a capital the Department has a strong tradition for engagement in policy development and impact, and in national and international public debates.

The Department has some 2,200 students across its study programmes and welcomes annually approximately 200 exchange and guest students from abroad. See more on the Department’s study programmes here:

The Department consists of some 70 faculty, 35 PhD students as well as administrative and support staff.

For more details and to apply, see this document


Assistant/Associate Tenure Track, Philosophy of Law at McMaster University - Canada

The Department of Philosophy at McMaster University seeks to hire a philosopher of law at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor, Tenure Track. The department will also consider social or political philosophers whose research forefronts law and legal institutions. We understand philosophy of law broadly to include not only general jurisprudence but also philosophical work focused on particular areas of law, including, but not limited to: constitutional law, criminal law, contract law, discrimination law, human rights law, international law, labor law, property law, and tort law. We are especially interested in scholars with expertise in feminist jurisprudence, Indigenous law, or the law as it relates to race. The normal teaching load in the Philosophy Department is 2 courses per term (4 per academic year), plus graduate supervision.

The successful applicant must demonstrate a record of excellence in teaching and research and a willingness and ability to: (1) contribute actively to the Department’s undergraduate program in Justice, Political Philosophy and Law; (2) supervise MA and PhD graduate students; (3) help build and sustain McMaster’s existing institutional connections through the Ontario Legal Philosophy Partnership, as well as its already strong working relationships with nearby law schools, and; (4) support the collegial atmosphere and intellectual life of the department. The successful applicant must have or be very near completion of a doctorate in philosophy or subject matter directly related to the position (e.g., law with a specialization in philosophy or political science with a specialization in political theory) by the time of the appointment.

For further details and how to apply, see this document.