The two PhD fellows will be part of the three-year research project ‘Asserting the Nation: Comparative studies on the rise of neo-nationalism in higher education’. The project explores how neo-nationalism has affected European and national higher education policy in France, Poland and Denmark. PhD 1 examines how neo-nationalism has affected university policy in France. The candidate must be able to access empirical data in French and write the dissertation in English. PhD 2 examines how neo-nationalism has affected university policy in Poland. The candidate must be able to access empirical data in Polish and write the dissertation in English.
For details on the specific PhD calls see: https://phd.arts.au.dk/applicants/open-and-specific-calls/phd-call-2021-3/ (Please also see the home page for ‘open and specific calls’ at Aarhus University to check out guidelines for how to apply and English language requirements: https://phd.arts.au.dk/applicants/open-and-specific-calls/).
Contact the PI Katja Brøgger (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information on the PhD positions. The project starts September 2021 and the two salaried PhD positions are fully funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark and Aarhus University. Please distribute the calls on relevant platforms, e-mail lists and to interested students. The working language will be English.