Deadline: December 18. 2020
Faculty of Arts and Humanities – Department of European Ethnology – IRI THESys Research fellow with expected 66,6 % part-time employment – E 13 TV-L HU (third-party funding for 4 years)
The IRI THESys is a flagship activity of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin which contributes to sharpening the university’s research profile in sustainability science by bringing together scientists from the humanities, social and natural science. For more information visit: https://www.iri-thesys.org/
Job description: Scientific services in research as one of seven PhD researchers in the interdisciplinary project “Water4Whom”, especially research on social in/equality in everyday life with multipurpose reservoirs in three case studies in Colombia; Research themes include livelihoods, access to water and water-related resources, adaptation strategies and capacities to aspire that will then be contrasted with the work of the other PhD researchers.
Requirements: Master degree in Social Anthropology, Human Geography or related subject; interest in multi-sited ethnographic research around dams in Colombia; interest in interdisciplinary collaboration; experience with ethnographic field work; excellent command of the Spanish and English languages; good communication skills; willingness to spend extended periods of time in rural Colombia; familiarity with water research,
Latin America and theories of environmental justice will be an asset More information about the project can be found here: http://portal.volkswagenstiftung.de/search/projectDetails.do?ref=96955 or please contact Prof. Dr. Jörg Niewöhner (email@example.com) or Prof. Dr. Tobias Krüger (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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