The Department of Geography at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) has a vacancy for a four-year full-time PhD position on the topic “Towards a new vocabulary for displacement: Articulating the everyday co-production of places in Uganda (InPlace).”
Working within the fields of human geography, the candidate to be employed will conduct fieldwork-based doctoral research responding to the need for new theories and vocabularies for protracted displacement that consider the uneven co-production of place. The position will be located under the department thematic area Globalisation, mobility and citizenship and in the Geographies of community, politics and place researcher group.
You can find out more information about this position and the application process here. Applications close on 24 May.