Asch Center 2003 Summer Institute

Harold F. Schiffman haroldfs at
Wed Jul 31 14:46:12 UTC 2002

Ethnopolitical Conflict: A Summer Institute. The Solomon Asch Center for
Study of Ethnopolitical Conflict will offer an interdisciplinary 10-week
Summer Institute at the University of Pennsylvania, June-August 2003. The
Summer Institute is designed to bridge the gap between research and
practice by bringing together social scientists and practitioners to study
the origins and consequences of ethnopolitical conflict, including issues
relevant to working with refugees and others suffering from this conflict.
Applicants should have the Ph.D. degree, or a Masters degree augmented with
significant field experience; previous Summer Fellows have included
academics, clinicians, and government, military, and NGO officers. The
Center expects to support approximately 15 Fellows, including tuition,
travel, and living expenses. Interested individuals are encouraged to
review curricula for the 1999 and 2001 Summer Institutes at Applicants should send a vita, two letters
of recommendation (flap sealed and signed by recommender), and a letter
describing interests, experience, and career plans. Applications should be
received no later than January 1, 2003; notification of acceptance will be
no later than February 15, 2003. Applications should be addressed to
Solomon Asch Center, University of Pennsylvania, St. Leonard's Court Suite
305, 3819-33 Chestnut Street. Philadelphia, PA 19104

Roy J. Eidelson, Ph.D.
Executive Director
Solomon Asch Center for Study of Ethnopolitical Conflict
University of Pennsylvania
St. Leonard's Court, Suite 305
3819-33 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

215-573-0653 (fax)
royeidel at

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