3 PhD scholarships with PASTRES on pastoralism in China, Italy and Kenya
As part of an Advanced Grant European Research Council award, led by Professor Ian Scoones, we are recruiting three PhD students to start in February 2019 for three years full-time.
The students will be working with the PASTRES project in Qinghai-Sichuan, China, Sardinia, Italy or Isiolo, Kenya. Applicants must come from these regions, be deeply committed to pastoral development, and eager to work on the social and political dimensions of uncertainty in pastoral areas, as part of a research-based PhD training in ‘development studies’.
For more details on qualifying requirements and how to apply, see below. The deadline for scholarship applications is 20 July 2018.
(If you are interested in affiliating with the project but do not qualify for the PhD scholarships, see the options for research affiliation with PASTRES for PhDs and post-docs (PDF).)
Full details of the scholarships and how to apply: https://steps-centre.org/news/three-phd-scholarships-on-pastoralism-available-with-the-pastres-programme/