BOURSE DE THESE “International migration and fair employment in Scotland’s fisheries”, University of Glasgow, Royaume-Uni — LIMITE : 15/​03/​2019

Présentation

The School of Geograph­ical and Earth Sciences at the Univer­sity of Glasgow are offering a fully funded PhD studentship to explore the dynamics of inter­na­tional labour migra­tion and fair employ­ment in the Scot­tish fishing industry. The studentship is offered in collab­o­ra­tion with Scot­tish Govern­ment and is an oppor­tu­nity made avail­able through the Collab­o­ra­tive Doctoral Award scheme of the Scot­tish Grad­uate School for Social Science (ESRC).

The PhD would suit students with a back­ground in qual­i­ta­tive social research (human geog­raphy, soci­ology, anthro­pology, envi­ron­mental studies) and with an interest in inter­na­tional migra­tion, post­colo­nial studies, polit­ical ecology or crit­ical envi­ron­mental policy.

For further details of the project, eligi­bility and how to apply :

https://​www​.sgsss​.ac​.uk/​s​t​u​d​e​n​t​s​h​i​p​/​i​n​t​e​r​n​a​t​i​o​n​a​l​-​l​a​b​o​u​r​-​m​i​g​r​a​t​i​o​n​-​a​n​d​-​f​a​i​r​-​e​m​p​l​o​y​m​e​n​t​-​i​n​-​t​h​e​-​s​c​o​t​t​i​s​h​-​f​i​s​h​i​n​g​-​i​n​d​ustry/

The Dead­line for appli­ca­tions is 15th March 2019.

If you have any informal enquiries about the Phd posi­tion please get in touch (katherine.botterill@glasgow.ac.uk)!