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Global Women's studies doctoral Research Fellowships

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Global Women's studies doctoral Research Fellowships 

As part of its commitment to develop feminist research on global issues and
human rights, the Global Women's Studies Programme is pleased to announce
two doctoral research fellowships, renewable for up to three years
(2008-2011).

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates who wish to
pursue doctoral research on the gender dimensions of one or more of the
following themes:

. Challenging fundamentalisms
. Globalisation and health crises
. Rights-based development
. Human rights in conflict/post-

conflict contexts
. Violence against women, intersectionality, identity

The value of each scholarship is Euro 16,500 per annum for three years. In
addition to pursuing their own research, scholarship holders will undertake
a small amount of teaching and other tasks related to the research
activities of the Global Women's Studies Programme.

Please note that scholarship applicants must meet requirements for admission
to doctoral study in Women's Studies. Candidates for the PhD are usually
expected to hold a Master's degree in a cognate field or be able to
demonstrate equivalent professional preparation to pursue doctoral level
research. All applications for admission to the PhD programme in Women's
Studies must be made online at http://www.pac. <http://www.pac. ie/> ie/
using the following PAC codes:

PhD (Women's Studies) Full-time: GYB82
PhD (Women's Studies) Part-time: GYB83

Applications for doctoral fellowships must be made separately through the
College of Arts, Social Sciences and Celtic
<http://www.nuigalwa y.ie/faculties_ departments/ arts/fellowships .html>
Studies

Click here
<http://www.nuigalwa y.ie/faculties_ departments/ arts/documents/ gwsfellowterms
conditions.pdf> for information on the terms and conditions of the Global
Women's Studies Doctoral Fellowships.

For substantive inquiries about pursuing doctoral research with the Global
Women's Studies Programme, please contact:

Dr. Niamh Reilly
Global Women's Studies Programme
School of Political Science and Sociology
Aras Moyola, Room 326
NUI, Galway - IRELAND
Tel. +353 (0) 91 495403
niamh.reillynuigalw ay.ie

Deadline for receipt of applications: Friday April 25, 2008.

http://www.nuigalwa
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