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Ph.D Fellowship at Centre for the Study of Equality and Multiculturalism

Dimulai oleh adjie, April 02, 2007, 03:59:36 PM

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Centre for the Study of Equality and Multiculturalism hereby invites applications for a PhD fellowship on discrimination against   minorities. We encourage applications from scholars with a background in the humanities as well as the social sciences.

The successful applicant should take up the position by August 1,   2007, for a period of up to three years. S/he will become part of an   interdisciplinary team at the centre.  Centre for the Study of Equality and Multiculturalism, launched in   January 2007, initiates and coordinates research activities on   multicultural issues, in particular issues such as equality and equal treatment of people with different cultural and religious backgrounds. The Centre studies normative issues (e.g., which forms of  equality are worth striving for) as well as empirical issues (e.g., how   inequalities are created and maintained, and the obstacles to overcoming them).

The PhD project should focus on discrimination against minorities. It   should include both an empirical and a normative component. For   instance, it may identify and analyse a particular kind of   discrimination, analyse the relation between discrimination and   social exclusion and discuss the implications of ideals such as   freedom and equality in relation to discrimination and the legal   regulation thereof.

Applicants must possess a Master´s Degree or the equivalent or expect   to possess one by May 1, 2007. All applicants must have submitted a   thesis and enclose an assessment of it along with the application. 

Appointment as a PhD fellow is subject to the rules of the Faculty of   Humanities. Appointment is conditional upon enrolment as a PhD  student at the Faculty.
Appointment as a PhD fellow is subject to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC).

In accordance with this agreement, PhD fellows are obliged -   without extra payment - to accept work corresponding to 840 hours over a   three-year period.

The application must contain:
A project proposal with a full description of the proposed research   project and a realistic plan to meet the requirements concerning   participation in courses, seminars and study trips to other   institutions. The project proposal should not be longer than   12,000 characters (including spaces, but excluding the bibliography);   the total number of characters must be indicated at the end of the  project proposal.

A CV of no more than one page.
A list of publications.
A degree certificate or a complete transcript.

The recipient of the PhD fellowship will be employed in accordance with 
the current agreement between the Ministry of Finance and the Danish 
Confederation of Professional Associations (AC).

The Dean of the Faculty of Humanities will appoint an assessment   committee. Upon receipt of the report of the committee each applicant   will receive the specific portion of the committee´s assessment   pertinent to him/her. The applicants will only be assessed in   relation to the announced position.

Applications are invited from qualified candidates regardless of age, 
sex, race, religion or ethnic origin.

Six copies of the application and all enclosures (6 copies of each) must be   sent to: The Rector of the University of Copenhagen, The Faculty of   Humanities, Njalsgade 80, DK-2300 Copenhagen S, with reference to   [pranala luar disembunyikan, sila masuk atau daftar.]. 211-0070/06-4550.

The application deadline is April 16, 2007 at 12:00 (Noon). No   enclosures will be accepted after the deadline.

Information regarding the Danish PhD ministerial order and employment   as a PhD fellow can be obtained by contacting Birgit Hüttmann, tel.:   +45 35 32 80 54 or e-mail:[email protected].

For further information about Centre for the Study of Equality and   Multiculturalism contact one of the two directors: Nils Holtug, tel.:   + 45 35 32 88 81, e-mail: [email protected] or Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen, tel.: +45 35 32 81 43, e-mail:[email protected]

Deadline: 16-04-2007
Publisher: Faculty of Humanities