3 PhDs in Environmental Humanities – Waste Economy; Rachel Carson Centre, Munich

Via Prof Kate Rigby BSU Centre for the Environmental Humanities

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From: Sigurd Bergmann <sigurd.bergmann@ntnu.no>
Date: 19 September 2016 at 13:55
Subject: [relnateur] Fwd: Call for Applications – 3 Doctoral Postions – Research Group “Hazardous Travels”
For my DFG Emmy Noether Research Group “Hazardous Travels. Ghost Acres and the Global Waste Economy” I am inviting applications for three funded positions for doctoral candidates (salary group TVL-13, 65%, 3+1 year, additional funds for research and archival trips available).

The project “Hazardous Travels” is based at the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society in Munich. Positions start April 2017 or later.

Successful applicants will be graduates in the humanities or social sciences who wish to research the ecological and economic aspects of the international trade in hazardous waste from a global historical perspective. Doctoral candidates in the project will work on case studies from Germany, India, or Ecuador and should have background knowledge and language skills relevant to the respective area.

Deadline is November 15, 2016.

More details in the attached call. Please distribute this call widely.

Thank you and best,
Simone
— Dr. Simone M. Müller Project DirectorDFG-Emmy Noether Research Group “Hazardous Travels. Ghost Acres and the Global Waste Economy” Rachel Carson Center for Environment and SocietyLeopoldstraße 11a80802 München 0049 (0)89 2180 72367simone.mueller@rcc.lmu.de

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About Owain Jones

I work at Bath Spa University as a Professor of Environmental Humanities. I also write songs and help stage a range of live music with others. I am Chair and Programmer for Priston Festival.
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