Hire a Notre Dame Ph.D.

Dear Colleague:

The Department of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame is delighted to announce its current candidates for academic appointments (scroll down for a further information on our candidates). Most have their Ph.D. in hand or will have completed their degree by August 2020.

Notre Dame has honed a small, highly selective Ph.D. program. All of our candidates reflect Notre Dame's unique integration of research and teaching. All have presented papers at professional conferences, and some already have authored or co-authored articles in respected journals and/or received highly competitive external grants. All have received pedagogical training and have experience as teaching assistants, and many have taught their own classes as well. Some seek and deserve placement at top research universities, while others aspire to teach at excellent liberal arts colleges.

Tenure-track placements of our candidates in recent years have included universities such as Michigan State, Arizona State, Oberlin, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE), Butler University, Baylor University, and Virginia Tech and other fine institutions.

We urge you to give serious consideration to our candidates.

Sincerely,

Karrie Koesel
Director of Graduate Studies

Christina Wolbrecht
Placement Director


Katherine Bermingham

Political Theory, Constitutional Studies

Robert John Burton

Constitutional Studies, Political Theory

Jordan Dorney

Political Theory, Constitutional Studies

Garrett FitzGerald

Political Theory, International Relations

Caleb Hamman

Political Theory, International Relations

M. Tahir Kilavuz

Comparative Politics, International Relations

Minju Kwon

International Relations

Colleen Mitchell

Political Theory, Constitutional Studies

Camilo Nieto-Matiz

Comparative Politics, International Relations

Raúl Rodriguez

Political Theory, Constitutional Studies

Luis L. Schenoni

International Relations, Comparative Politics

Juan Valdez

American Politics, Comparative Politics

Robert Wyllie

Political Theory, International Relations