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Fall 2018 Research Assistant Internship

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Company/Organization: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

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Fall 2018 Research Assistant Internship Openings

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is looking for qualified students (advanced undergraduate or graduate) interested in being part-time research assistant interns in the Fall 2018 semester. An intern typically works 12-15 hours a week per scholar. (The number of hours can be adjusted accordingly to fulfill academic requirements).

The deadline to apply is July 16, 2018. Internship positions are open until filled so applying early is strongly encouraged.

Lawrence (Larry) K. Altman, Medical Writer and ‘The Doctors World’ Columnist, New York Times. “Reporting on the Health of Presidents and other Political Leaders.”

Lindsay Benstead, Associate Professor of Political Science and Interim Director of Middle East Studies Center, Portland State University. “Gender, Governance, and Public Policy: Promoting Women’s Leadership in the Arab World and Beyond.” (Arabic)

Benjamin Creutzfeldt, Resident Postdoctoral Fellow, SAIS Foreign Policy Institute, Johns Hopkins University. “Foreign Policy and Public Goods: Latin America between China and the United States.” (Mandarin Chinese [priority], Spanish, Portuguese)

Zdenek David, Former Librarian, Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington, D.C. “Thomas Masaryk, a Scholar and a Statesman: Philosophical Background of His Political Views.” (German or Czech)

Haleh Esfandiari, Former Director, Middle East Program. Working on a book project about women in Qajar, Iran during the nineteenth century. (Persian)

Ruslan Garipov, Associate Professor of International Law, Kazan Federal University, Russia. “Planning for Sustainable Development in the Arctic: Conflict between Extractive Industries and Indigenous Communities.” (Norwegian, Russian, Danish)

Kent Hughes, Former Director, Program on America and the Global Economy, Woodrow Wilson Center. “Economic Statecraft in the 21st Century.”

Steve Lagerfeld, Former Editor, the Wilson Quarterly. “The Art of Contrarian Thinking.”

William B. Milam, Former Senior US Diplomat and US Ambassador in both West Africa and South Asia. “Post-Musharraf Pakistan and Back to Square One in Bangladesh.”

Diana Negroponte, Non-resident Senior Fellow, The Brookings Institution. “Reviewing the History of the End of the Cold War.” (German or Russian)

Sarah Oates, Professor and Senior Scholar, University of Maryland. “Russian Propaganda Rewired: Analyzing Misinformation in the Digital Age.” (Russian)

David Ottaway, Former Washington Post Correspondent. “Revolution and Counterrevolution in the Arab World” Working on a book on the fallout from the Arab Spring and the United States and the new Arab order.” (Arabic)

Marina Ottaway, Former Senior Research Associate and Head of the Middle East Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Working on the countries of the Arab Spring and Iraq. (Arabic or French)

Marvin Ott, Adjunct Professor, Johns Hopkins University; Former Professor of National Security Policy, National War College and Deputy Staff Director, Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. “Malaysian Foreign and Security Policy” and “Issues in Southeast Asian Security.”

Natalia Ruiz Morato, Lawyer, Researcher and Legal Adviser, Instituto de Estudios del Ministerio Público de Colombia. (Spanish)

Catherine Schuler, Professor of Women’s Studies, University of Maryland – College Park. “Spectacular Affect: Mass Festivals & Symbolic Policies in Putin’s Russia.” (Russian)

Jonathan Shimshoni, Research Affiliate, MIT Security Studies Program. “Strategy for the 21st Century – The Social Dimension.” (Russian, Mandarin Chinese)

Katie Stallard-Blanchette, Asia Bureau Chief, Sky News. “Dancing on Bones: How Past Wars Shape the Present in China, Russia and North Korea.” (Russian, Korean)

Philippa Strum, Former Director, Division of United States Studies, Woodrow Wilson Center. “Why Americans Get to Talk so Much: Speech Jurisprudence in the United States.”

Quito Swan, Professor of History, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University. “Oceania Rising: Crisis, Change, and the South Pacific.”

Earl Anthony Wayne, Former Career Ambassador to Afghanistan, Argentina, and Mexico. “Deepening North American Economic Integration.” (Spanish)

Samuel Wells, Former Associate Director, Woodrow Wilson Center; Former Director, West European Studies Program, Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington, D.C. “The Worst Case: Korea and U.S. Escalation of the Cold War.” (Russian, Mandarin Chinese, or Korean)

Robin Wright, Former Washington Post Journalist. The Middle East at a Crossroads—from North Africa to the Persian Gulf.” (Arabic or Persian)

Hours:

12-15 hours/week

End Date:

07/17/18,



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