sexta-feira, 22 de novembro de 2013

Vagas de doutorado: York e CEU

A York University (Inglaterra) abriu uma nova linha de bolsas de estudo para doutorandos nos departamentos de Política (que abriga tanto filosofia e ciência política) e Economia. As vagas são para 2014 e 2015 (veja a chamada abaixo). Já o departamento de ciência política da Central European University (Budapeste) oferece duas bolsas de doutorado para a área de teoria política com prazo de três anos. O deadline para a submissão é 23 de janeiro de 2014. 

AHRC PhD Studentships in Political Philosophy & Political Theory, at the University of York 

AHRC PhD Studentships in Political Philosophy & Political Theory, at the University of York (from 2014-5)
Following the announcement that the White Rose College of the Arts & Humanities (WRoCAH) has received £19m from the AHRC to establish a Doctoral Training Partnership that will create over 300 PhD studentships and join the expertise of the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York, we are pleased to announce that a number of studentships will be open to PhD applicants to the Department of Politics and/or the School of Politics, Economics and Philosophy (PEP), working on topics in political philosophy and political theory.
Information about postgraduate research in the Department of Politics can be found from our website:

Included on our webpages are details about our staff and their research interests:

Details of postgraduate research degrees in the School of PEP can be found here:

Applicants for an AHRC studentship must have been accepted for a place on the course and have discussed their funding application with their prospective Department. They may only apply for AHRC funding at one of Leeds, Sheffield or York. The studentship application form and details of how to apply are only available from the WRoCAH website

AHRC studentship applications opened on 8 November 2013, and must be submitted by midnight GMT on 3 February 2014. Successful applicants will be notified by the end of April 2014.
For further details of the application processes and funding opportunities, or if you would like to visit the Department of Politics or the School of PEP, please contact:

Dr Nina Caspersen, Director of Graduate Research, Department of Politics:

Professor Neil Carter, Director of the School of PEP:

Candidates are strongly encouraged to contact prospective supervisors at their earliest convenience, in order to discuss possible research projects.
Martin O’Neill
The Doctoral School of Political Science at the Central European University offers two full fellowships with stipends for three years for the track in Political Theory. Possible supervision and courses are offered in the following areas: distributive justice, democratic theory, political obligation, philosophy of the social sciences, applied political philosophy, transitional justice, and others. Application deadline is 23rd January 2014.  For more information, please go to htpp:// or contact us at:
 Doctoral School of Political Science
1051 Budapest, Hungary