- PhD Studentship in Human-Animal Relations in the Circumpolar North
PhD Studentship in Human-Animal Relations in the Circumpolar North
Wed, Jun 26, 2013
The Department of Anthropology, University of Aberdeen, is
offering one three-year PhD studentship to work on a project about
human-animal relations in the circumpolar North. The position can start
either in January 2014 or October 2014 and be based in Aberdeen,
Scotland, United Kingdom. The studentship will include full UK/EU fees
and a maintenance stipend set at RCUK rates, funds to support conference
travel and fieldwork, and a small equipment budget.
The project will consider the possibility of paying the full overseas fees of an non-EU applicant depending on the quality of the application. The studentship form part of a 5-year project (2012-2017) funded by the European Research Council entitled 'Arctic Domestication: Emplacing Human/Animal relations in the Circumpolar North arcticdomus.org
For more information please contact Prof. David G. Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information and details on how to apply, please go to http://www.abdn.ac.uk/funding/details.php?funding_id=209
The deadline is 15 October 2013.