The University of Amsterdam’s interdisciplinary Research Priority Area Humane AI is looking for 3 postdoctoral researchers in the areas of law, social sciences and humanities. The overarching goal of these positions is to develop insights and principles for responsible and human-centric AI from a Social Science-Humanities (SSH) perspective.
PhD position in Political Science with a focus on E-Governance and Digital Public Services. The general aim of this PhD dissertation project is to examine the political, social and/or economic impact of e-governance and digital public services (e-taxation, e-voting, cross-border governance, etc.).
PhD Studentship for ‘The Migrant Eye: Reactivating the Photographic Past through Archives and Exhibitions in Liverpool and North West England. University of Liverpool (England)
PhD Studentship for ‘The Migrant Eye: Reactivating the Photographic Past through Archives and Exhibitions in Liverpool and North West England. University of Liverpool
PhD opportunity at Coventry University – Antifascism and Political Violence in Modern Democracies (England)
Coventry University is inviting applications from suitably-qualified graduates for a fully-funded PhD studentship in the area of Antifascism and Political Violence in Modern Democracies. The successful applicant will be based at the Centre for Trust, Peace, and Social Relations (CTPSR), a thriving and successful University Research Centre which has over 60 full-time researchers supported by a team of professional support staff.
PhD at the School of Social and Political Science of Edinburgh (Scotland) – Chrystal Macmillan PhD Studentship
The Chrystal Macmillan PhD Studentship at the University of Edinburgh. This Studentship is offered by the School of Social and Political Science to a new PhD student studying a field relevant to Chrystal Macmillan.
The research carried out by this group is led by the Centre for Information Management. The Centre undertakes world-leading research on the effective management of information and knowledge assets, investigating big data, mobile technologies, email, social networks and social media, open and linked data, knowledge management in the voluntary sector and much more.
Edward Larocque Tinker Visiting Professors at Columbia University – Institute of Latin American Studies
Columbia University is one of five major universities to have a professorship endowed by the Tinker Foundation. The goal of the Tinker Visiting Professor program is to bring to the campus pre-eminent scholars and professionals - journalists, writers, artists, public officials - who are citizens of a Spanish, or Portuguese-speaking Latin American country, Portugal, or Spain, and reside in the region, as a means of encouraging contact and collaboration. Please note that If the applicant is a citizen of Portugal or Spain, she/he must have expertise on Latin America.