European Environmental Humanities is beginning to find stronger institutional support–here is another opportunity worth sharing to up and coming graduate students.
The Environmental Humanities for a Concerned Europe (ENHANCE) Innovative Training Network is now seeking applicants for twelve PhD/doctoral researchers:
- Four PhD fellows at the Environmental Humanities Research Group at the University of Leeds (deadline: May 1)
- Four doctoral fellows at the Rachel Carson Center at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and Deutsches Museum (deadline: May 15)
- Four PhD fellows at the Environmental Humanities Lab at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm (deadline: April 20)
These are fully-funded positions beginning in October 2015 to participate in a jointly-organized European program with events and training hosted by each of the partners for all twelve researchers.
Please consult the Frequently Asked Questions as well as the partner-specific descriptions, deadlines, and eligibility requirements for preparing and submitting an application.