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CfA – Lund University PhD Course in Water Governance

This is a call for applications for a fall interdisciplinary Ph.D. course on water governance, hosted by the LUCID Research School at Lund University. The aim of the course is to take a critical approach to current development discourses – and examine their compatibility with sustainable water governance. The course comprises two weeks of five full days each in Lund, Sweden (20 – 25 September; and 18 – 23 October, 2010). It is open to postgraduate students (with priority given to Ph.D. candidates) from relevant departments. Students will be required to participate in seminars, as well as to contribute to group papers on appropriate topics of their choice. Students are expected to cover their own travel and accommodation costs.

More information and course description is available → here. In order to apply, please submit a brief project outline (or an updated project proposal), as well as a letter of motivation (max. 1 page). If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Ms Melissa Hansen: Melissa.hansen@lucid.lu.se Deadline for applications: 27 August 2010, 12h00.

Lund University Centre of Excellence for the Integration of Social and Natural Dimensions of Sustainability (LUCID) is an Affiliated Project of the Earth System Governance Project.

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