Funded PhD opportunity in Environmental Humanities – Rachel Carson Centre, Munich

From the Rachel Carson Centre Newsletter

News from the Doctoral Program Environment and Society: From 2017, it will be possible to study for a doctoral degree in the new discipline of Environmental Humanities, which will allow greater flexibility in the conceptualization and supervision of transdisciplinary projects within the program. The program’s academic board has recently been expanded to include Professor Michael John Gorman (Life Sciences and Society), Professor Annegret Heitmann (Scandinavian Literature and Culture), and Professor Julia Herzberg (East Central European and Russian History) and thus offer a broader realm of expertise.

The next call for doctoral candidates will be released in April 2017, with a deadline for applications of 15 May.


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