PhD opportunities in Berlin
The Centre for Anthropological Research on Museums and Heritage (CARMAH), Berlin, invites applications for two three-year funded PhD studentships, starting from May 2017 or as soon as possible hereafter.
PhD Studentship: Heritage and New Media
The successful candidate will conduct research on heritage and new media, within the framework of Sharon Macdonald’s Alexander von Humboldt professorship (the ‘Making Differences in Berlin’ project). We are particularly interested in proposals to explore new media use and its role or potential in senses of belonging, heritage and identity, especially among Turkish and/or Vietnamese-speaking individuals and groups in Berlin.
PhD Studentship: Science and Citizenship
The successful candidate will conduct research in an area that intersects between the research project of Sharon Macdonald’s Alexander von Humboldt professorship (the ‘Making Differences in Berlin’ project) and the interests of the Museum of Natural History, Berlin. The following are areas that we have identified as ones that we may give preference to in our candidate selection: (1) visitor research; (2) citizen science; (3) relationships between the digital and material.
Deadline: February 19.
23 januari 2017
Webbredaktör: Lina Lorentz
Sidansvarig: Socialantropologiska institutionen