Research Position in War Studies

King’s College London is offering a position as Research Associate in the Department of War Studies.

The short description of the position reads: “The post holder will work alongside the Research and Knowledge Transfer Manager of the Centre for Science and Security Studies to support and coordinate aspects of research and knowledge transfer in the field of non-proliferation, with an emphasis on nuclear politics, safeguards, illicit trade and technology transfer controls (i.e. preventing the transfer of proliferation-sensitive technologies to proliferator organisations). The role will also involve the provision of reasonable support and subject matter expertise to others in the Centre and wider Department of War Studies, and benefit from exposure to a range of research activities across both groupings. This will include a combination of project coordination, research and knowledge transfer work tied to a number of different government-funded projects.”

Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima, 1945.

Recent M.A.s and Ph.D. candidates in History at Northern Illinois University may be interested in this research opportunity.

For a full position description, see the job ad.

For more information, see the King’s College London website.

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