choice). The salary is $45,000, plus benefits. We welcome applications from all candidates qualified to teach the requisite courses. However, the ideal candidate will possess both strong theoretical and substantive interests in the analysis of inter-relationships among executive,
legislative, and judicial institutions.
Candidates who will have completed the PhD by September 1, 2012 will be preferred. Please submit a cv, three letters of recommendation, research and teaching statements, evidence of
successful teaching (evaluations, sample syllabi), and a writing sample to the Department of Political Science, University of Pittsburgh, 4600 Posvar Hall, 230 S. Bouquet St., Pittsburgh, PA 15260, Attn: American Politics lecturer search. We will begin considering files on June 1, and hope to fill the position as quickly as possible.
Please contact me or George Krause (gkrause@pitt. edu) if you have any questions.
Chris W. Bonneau, Associate Professor of Political Science
Review Editor, *Justice System Journal*
Department of Political Science
University of Pittsburgh
4600 Posvar Hall
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
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