The doctoral studentship will start 2015-01-19 or by agreement and will be a subproject of the following research project: 'New Forms of Andean Water Cooperation: Negotiating Water Values and Water Rights in Peru’s Highlands'.

The general aim of the doctoral studentship is for the doctoral student to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for conducting research autonomously in Social Anthropology, and to contribute to the development of knowledge within the discipline through the production of a doctoral thesis. After finishing the studies the doctoral student should also be able to independently apply the acquired knowledge and skills to realise post-degree research or other professional work.

The position is for a period of 4 years and should be carried out on a full-time basis unless there are acceptable reasons to the contrary (minimum 50%). The position may include departmental duties corresponding to up to 20 % of a full-time. If such tasks are required, the duration of the appointment will be extended accordingly.

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