Six Doctoral Studentship Positions in Political Science at the University of Gothenburg
University of Gothenburg
Mar 02, 2015 12:00 AM
All six positions are fully financed for four years and the doctoral students are employed by and located at the Department of Political Science, University of Gothenburg. The doctoral student (PhD) positions will have three different specializations.
- The first two positions are in political science generally.
- Three positions are funded by a grant from the Swedish Research Council for the recruitment of Professor Ellen Lust from Yale University, and associated with one of two programs. The first is the Varieties of Democracy research program and students admitted in this program will be situated in the V-Dem Institute, Department of Political Science headed by Professor Staffan I. Lindberg who is also co-Principal Investigator for the V-Dem project. (See http://www.pol.gu.se/english/varieties-of-democracy--v-dem-/; https://v-dem.net). The second program is the “Program on Governance and Local Development at Gothenburg”. This program, headed by Professor Ellen Lust, will be similar in scope and design as the “Program on Governance and Local Development” that she founded and currently directs at Yale University (see http://gld.commons.yale.edu).
- The sixth position is in international relations, and funded by five-year project entitled “Women and Diplomacy: Gender Norms, Resistance and the Work of the Diplomat”. The project is financed by a Wallenberg Academy Fellowship from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation to associate professor Ann Towns. The doctoral student is expected to write a PhD dissertation within international politics. While not a requirement, an interest in writing on the topics of diplomacy and/or gender is an advantage, as the student will be tied to the project just mentioned.
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