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 2016 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 priority deadline to apply is September 12, 2016. We will start matching scholars and interns, but will still accept intern applications after this date. Internship positions are open until filled so applying early is strongly encouraged. Alon Confino, Professor of History, University of Virginia and Ben-Gurion University, Israel. ?Imagining Palestine, 1948: Jews and Palestinians between Local Experience and Global History.? (Arabic) Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. ?Trafficking in Persons, Irregular Immigration and Transnational Organized Crime in Central America and Mexico.? (Spanish) Stephen Crowley, Professor of Politics, Oberlin College. ?The Other Russia: Labor Politics and the Putin Regime in Challenging Economic Times.? Zdenek David, Former Librarian, Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington, DC. . ?The Philosophical and Religious Background of T.G. Masaryk"s Politics.? (German or Czech) Robert Hathaway. Former Director, Asia Program. ?Power and Leverage in the US-Pakistan Relationship.? Steve Lagerfeld, Former Editor, The Wilson Quarterly. ?The Contrarian"s Art.? 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.? David Ottaway, Former Washington Post Correspondent. ?A Reporter"s Rediscovery of Stories Covered and Countries Lived in Over a 35 Year Career at the Washington Post.? (Arabic) Christopher Sellers, Professor of History, Stony Brook University. ?Toxic Crossings: Hazardous Trades and the Risk Revolution in the U.S. and Mexico.? (Spanish) Philippa Strum, Former Director, Division of United States Studies, Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington, DC. ?Why Americans Get to Talk so Much: Speech Jurisprudence in the United States.? Amberin Zaman, Columnist for the independent Turkish online news portal Diken as well as for Al Monitor, a Washington DC based online news outlet covering the Middle East; Turkey Correspondent, The Economist (1999-2015). ?Leveraging Iraqi Kurdish Statehood: How Kurdish Independence Can Promote Democracy and Reduce Conflict in the Middle East.? (Kurdish or Arabic)

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