faculty positions JRRSU Jaipur

Dominik Wujastyk ucgadkw at UCL.AC.UK
Wed Oct 1 16:24:12 UTC 2008

Sure, there are procedural hoops in the USA and Canada, but jobs are still 
advertised internationally, and north America is chock full of foreign 
scholars on full-time contracts.  The Univ. of Alberta, Edmonton, just 
appointed a full professor formerly at the University of Hyderabad, for 
example, for the new chair of Classical Indian Polity and Society. 
That's how it should be.


On Wed, 1 Oct 2008, Frank Conlon wrote:

> Dominik and all,
> I don't see why not--try hiring someone in the U.S. who is not a citizen--one 
> has to jump through procedural hoops; and Canada job notices specify that 
> Canadians will have priority.  It is contradictory to the idea of a world of 
> universal scholarship, but this is, after all, the Kaliyug.
> Frank
> Frank F. Conlon
> Professor Emeritus of History, South Asian
>     Studies & Comparative Religion
> University of Washington
> Seattle, WA 98195-3560      USA
> Co-editor, H-ASIA
> President, H-NET Humanities & Social Sciences Online
> Managing Director, Bibliography of Asian Studies Online
> On Wed, 1 Oct 2008, Dominik Wujastyk wrote:
>> Is it legal in India to restrict applications or employment opportunities 
>> by nationality?
>> Dominik
>> On Wed, 1 Oct 2008, veeranarayana Pandurangi wrote:
>>> Dear Friends
>>> JRRSU invites applications from indian nationals for faculty positions in
>>> various capacities and disciplines. Details can be seen in
>>> www.jrrsanskrituniversity.ac.in/httpdocs/index.htm
>>> Veeranarayana N.K. Pandurangi
>>> Head, Dept of Darshanas,
>>> Yoganandacharya Bhavan,
>>> Jagadguru Ramanandacharya Rajasthan Samskrita University, Madau, post
>>> Bhankrota, Jaipur, 302026.

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