CEELBAS studentships in the geographies of Central and Eastern Europe

The Centre for Russian and East European Studies at
the University of Birmingham has up to 5 studentships
for doctoral research in the Arts, Humanities and
Social Sciences relating to the countries of Central
and Eastern Europe. Given that many of the themes of
the fellowships (cities, energy, health, social
inequality, migration, identity) are central to human
geography, co-supervision may be arranged with a
number of colleagues from the School of Geographical,
Earth and Environmental Sciences (GEES) who work on
these issues in the Central and Eastern European
context. Full funding is available to UK citizens and
other EU citizens who have resident status in the UK.
For non-resident EU citizens the scholarship would
cover fees only.

More information about is available at:

Information about staff interests in the Culture,
Politics and Place research group at GEES is available
from Professor Mark Bassin (bassinm@adf.bham.ac.uk)
and at:
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