The Department of History at Uppsala University is a dynamic research environment, with a particular emphasis on early modern history, gender history, global history, digital humanities, history of racism, antisemitism and the Holocaust.
About the position:
- The department now announces one fully funded PhD position where the holder will be an active member of the Engaging Vulnerability (EV) research program.
- Successful candidates will pursue their doctoral studies full-time in Uppsala and are expected to participate actively in weekly seminars and workshops, etc. at the department and within the research programme.
- The position is a 4-year full-time employment.
Starting date: 01-09-2020 or as otherwise agreed.
- Applicant must have a Master’s Degree in the Humanities or Social Sciences relevant to research in history.
- Applicants from all countries are encouraged to apply.
- Seminars are in both Swedish and English and some compulsory courses are given in Swedish.
Apply online and the application can be written in English or Swedish and should include:
- A brief CV outlining academic progress to date
- A copy of MA thesis
- A statement (of no more than 6 pages) outlining proposed research (forskningsplan).
- An authorized copy of your Master’s degree and course grades (if the degree was taken at a Swedish university, a LADOK extract will suffice)
- A copy of your BA thesis (if available)
- An account of how long it took candidate to complete your MA thesis.
|Subject areas||Humanities, Social Sciences|
|Eligibility||Open to all nationalities|
|Deadline||15 April 2020|