PhD scholarships in extinction studies now available

PhD funding opportunities now available in interdisciplinary extinction studies.

Six PhD scholarships are available and applicants are required to work across at least two different disciplines, although they will be based in a host School and will need to be admitted to that School in order to be eligible for funding. You’d be joining a fully funded cohort of 13 students working across Arts, Humanities and Cultures; Biological Sciences; Environment; and Social Sciences at the University of Leeds. There is specific funding ring-fenced for BAME students.

Deadline: 6th February

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If you are interested in exploring ontology and agency in conservation and extinction theory, please contact Ellen Clarke.

If you are interested in exploring issues related to the beliefs, values, and narratives that underpin the way people make sense of the extinction crisis and respond (politically, socially, emotionally) please contact Stefan Skrimshire.