Now Recruiting: 12 New PhD Fellows in Environmental Humanities
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.