Cross-border indigenous identities and active volcanism in Chile and Argentina
The University of Cambridge ERC project, IMAGINE: Geographical imaginations and the (geo)politics of volcanic risk: cultures, knowledges, actions, based in the Department of Geography, is pleased to offer an interdisciplinary studentship available for admission in October 2020.
The studentship is fully funded for UK and EU students for 3 years. Applicants should have a Master's degree in a relevant subject before the programme starts. The student will be supervised by Dr Amy Donovan.
The student will acquire a unique set of skills that will equip them for high-profile careers as leading social scientists, in academia or in other government, industrial, commercial and third sector organisations, either in the UK or elsewhere.
All Cambridge ERC studentship applicants follow the University's standard admission process. Applications for this studentship should be made to the Department of Geography. Please go to our Graduate Admissions Portal to start your application and ensure you indicate that you wish to be considered for funding in the Funding section of the online application form. NB: The full title of the studentship must be stated in your application
Please quote reference LC21626 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
The University actively supports equality, diversity and inclusion and encourages applications from all sections of society.
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