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Call for two PhD positions at Aarhus University (in Copenhagen), Denmark

Deadline: 1.10.19, 23.59

The two PhD fellows will be part of the three-year research project ‘Fighting for e/quality: Comparative ethnographies of new student movement’. It starts in January 2020 and the two salaried PhD positions are fully funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark and Aarhus University.

The project aims to investigate the contemporary proliferation of social justice-oriented student activism, which re-sensitises the debates on the quality of public higher education (HE) around questions of equality, diversity and decolonization. The overall project consists of two PhD subprojects (focusing on the USA and the UK, respectively) and the PI who focuses on Denmark and South Africa.

 

For details on the two specific PhD calls see:

PhD subproject 1: http://phd.arts.au.dk/applicants/open-and-specific-calls/phd-call-10/

PhD subproject 2: http://phd.arts.au.dk/applicants/open-and-specific-calls/phd-call-2019-11/

Contact the PI gbn@edu.au.dk for the full project description and further information on the PhD positions.

The working language will be English.

 
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