Fully Funded PhD Studentships - Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics

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Position: 
Fully Funded PhD Studentships - Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics
Job Type: 
Academic
Organization: 
University of Brighton
Location: 
Brightn, UK
Deadline: 
March 9, 2016

 

The Centre for Research in Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics at the University of Brighton, UK, has three fully funded PhD studentships in the areas of climate change engagement, ecological citizenship, and global im/mobilities:

 'Engaging the creative and imaginative capacities of citizens in climate adaptation and mitigation scenarios'

https://www.brighton.ac.uk/Research/Postgraduate-research-degrees/2016-studentships/Social-sciences/Engaging-the-creative-and-imaginative-capacities-of-citizens-in-climate-adaptation-and-mitigation-scenarios.aspx

'Spaces of co‐operation: rethinking practices of ecological citizenship as commoning'

https://www.brighton.ac.uk/Research/Postgraduate-research-degrees/2016-studentships/Social-sciences/Spaces-of-co‐operation-rethinking-practices-of-ecological-citizenship-as-commoning.aspx

'Sport, inclusion and people 'on the move': achieving positive social outcomes among transnationally displaced people' (this studentship is co-located in CoSTaLS)

https://www.brighton.ac.uk/Research/Postgraduate-research-degrees/2016-studentships/Social-sciences/Sport-inclusion-and-people-on-the-move-achieving-positive-social-outcomes-among-transnationally-displaced-people.aspx

Applicant deadline is Wednesday 9 March. Information about the projects and supervisors are available via the project pages (links above).

 

Dr Julie Doyle

Acting Chair - Centre for Research in Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics https://www.brighton.ac.uk/secp/index.aspx

 

 

 

 

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