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OFFRE DE BOURSE DOCTORALE – CEDEJ – EGYPTE

Le CEDEJ propose des Aides à la mobilité internationale (AMI), attribuées par le Ministère des Affaires étrangères et du Développement international, à des étudiants doctorants qui sont ou seront inscrits en thèse dans une université française et effectuant leur recherche doctorale dans l’un des domaines suivants :

Gouvernance et Politique publiques ; Développement-Ville-Circulations ; Humanités Numériques

Date limite d’envoi du dossier : 31 décembre 2015

Début de la bourse : 1er sept 2016 ou 1er janvier 2017

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Fully Funded 4-year PhD – Deportation, Detention and Migration

University of Leicester: Fully Funded 4-year PhD Opportunity

Graduate Research Assistantship – Deportation, Detention and Migration

We are looking for a highly promising student who will relish the opportunity of combining doctoral research with research assistance to Professor Clare Anderson and/ or Dr Leah Bassel. We welcome applications from students with an understanding of the history and/ or sociology of deportation, detention and migration, and/ or related areas. Individuals with backgrounds in the broad subject area are encouraged to apply, including those with an interest in –

– ‘free’ and ‘forced’ migration, past and present (slavery, ‘trafficking’, migration/ exile as punishment);

– the gender, race and class dimensions of migration, coercion and confinement, and detention and deportation;

– tracing forms of resistance to coerced migration, detention and deportation in contemporary and/ or comparative, historical perspective;

– the presence of the past in contemporary pro-migrant and migrant-led social movements, particularly the absence or presence of the colonial legacy in discourses and practices of mobilisation.

Deadline 1 December 2015

Available January 2016

Full details – https://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/history/postgraduate/fully-funded-graduate-research-assistantship

Bourse doctorale de trois ans

Bourse doctorale de trois ans sur la compréhension des navettes longues distances quotidiennes et transfrontalières franco-luxembourgeoises
Date de soumission: 11 mai 2015
Résumé:
Cette offre de bourse doctorale de trois ans est rattachée à l’école doctorale de sciences sociales de l’Université de Strasbourg et débutera le 1er octobre 2015. Associée à l’IDEX « attractivité » de cette université, il est exigé que le candidat ait nécessairement effectué au moins ses trois premières années de formation universitaire hors de France.
La recherche envisagée portera sur la compréhension des navettes longues distances quotidiennes et transfrontalières franco-luxembourgeoises (voir le résumé en annexe). Pour mener cette recherche interdisciplinaire sur ces mobilités géographiques, l’étudiant doit avoir de solides bases soit en psychologie sociale (cognition et représentations sociales), soit en sociologie urbaine (pratiques spatiales urbaines), soit en géographie sociale (inégalités socio-spatiales), et avoir un vif intérêt pour les deux autres domaines. Une expérience antérieure en analyses quantitatives est également demandée. Enfin, dans la mesure où la langue de rédaction du manuscrit est le français, un niveau C1 en Français est exigé si le français n’est pas la langue maternelle.

Pour postuler à cette offre, envoyez votre CV, une lettre de motivation, une lettre de recommandation et un relevé de notes du master 1 et 2 à Thierry Ramadier, directeur de la thèse (thierry.ramadier@misha.fr) et à Philippe Gerber, co-directeur de la thèse (philippe.gerber@liser.lu) avant le 11 mai 2015.
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PhD researcher (100%) working on the Multi-Level Governance of Immigration and Diversity

Deadline: 30 avril 2015

Description:

The Institute for European Studies (IES) at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) is calling for applications for one full-time doctoral researcher in migration, cultural diversity and citizenship policies. Prospective PhD candidates are hereby invited to submit project proposals on the theme of multi-level governance of migration and immigrant integration as described below.

Immigration and cultural diversity policies are core to definitions of national sovereignty. Still, in recent years, elements of these policy areas have been shifted upwards, to the international level (EU and international organizations), downwards, to the sub-state level (regional and local authorities) and outwards (to countries of origin, transit and private actors). Recent research on global, European, regional and local immigration and immigrant integration policies show how these venues and levels matter more and more in policy making. The PhD candidate should seek to contribute to the understanding of how interactions across levels shape policy and why they occur. Research proposals are invited that focus on the interaction between the local, regional, national, European or international levels, with a preference for projects that include the EU level. We explicitly welcome research proposals that explore these vertical interactions from a comparative perspective (across policy fields, across nation states, or across actor groups).

For example, within a broader multi-level governance framework, PhD projects could explore any of the following sub-themes:

  • the politics and policy of free movement in the EU
  • the politics and policy of de-radicalization in the EU
  • mainstreaming immigrant integration across policy levels and policy sectors
  • migration and cultural diversity policy making in multi-level states (e.g. Belgium, Germany, Spain, UK, Italy)
  • new actors and institutions in immigration and cultural diversity

7 New Research Positions – INTEGRIM Marie Curie Initial Training Network

DEADLINE: March, 2nd 2015

NTEGRIM network launches its third and last call for the recruitment of ESR. The Consortium is looking for 7 new ERS researchers who would ideally be PhD candidates who are already in advanced stages of their doctoral research and the elaboration of their thesis (applicants should have no more than 4 years of full-time research experience since obtaining the degree that entitles them to pursue doctoral studies). The programme offers them the possibility of enjoying a one-year-long research stay at one of the academic institutions of the network, either to improve their analysis or to develop the corresponding field work for their projects.

The online application will be open from February the 2nd until March the 2nd on the project web page (http://www.integrim.eu/application-process/)

This project aims to research on policies and pathways of integration processes concerning migrants and minorities in European societies. The early-stage research positions offered in this call are open to students exploring issues related to migration and the integration of migrants in European societies, whose doctoral research should fit into the following INTEGRIM themes:

1. Identity and cultural integration;

2. Citizenship and political participation;

3. Labour and social integration;

4. Urban integration, residential patterns and mobility.

The ESR positions should ideally be assigned to PhD candidates who are already in more advanced stages of their doctoral research and the elaboration of their thesis (applicants should have no more than 4 years of full-time research experience since obtaining the degree that entitles them to pursue doctoral studies). The programme offers them the possibility of enjoying a one-year-long research stay at one of the academic institutions of the network, either to improve their analysis or to develop the corresponding field work for their projects.

For more information: www.integrim.eu