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PhD fellowship: Garbage Matters- A Comparative History of Waste in East Asia

October 23, 2017 - 13:20

Leiden University invites applications for three salaried PhD fellowships in Modern East Asian Studies from September 2013 or asap thereafter, in a project entitled Garbage Matters: A Comparative History of Waste in East Asia, with Prof. Katarzyna Cwiertka as principal investigator and funded by the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) .

The fellows will focus on Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan, respectively. Requirements include a Masters degree (candidates near completion of the degree will be considered) or equivalent in Chinese Studies, Japanese Studies, or Korean Studies with expertise in anthropology, sociology, or history; or a Masters degree or equivalent in anthropology, sociology, or history with a China, Japan, or Korea specialization; and advanced language skills in Chinese, Japanese, or Korean.

Review of applications from 20 May 2013. Before submitting your application, please read the full CFA. 

Contact: Katarzyna Cwiertka ([email protected]l)

PhD fellowship: Garbage Matters- A Comparative History of Waste in East Asia

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Date:
October 23, 2017
Time:
13:20