Are you a PhD Student at Uni Graz? Does your research deal with human rights, democracy, diversity, and/or gender? If so, then join our Interdisciplinary Doctoral Programme on Human Rights, Democracy, Diversity, and Gender.
In the Programme, faculty from all six faculties at the University of Graz provide a comprehensive overview of the content, theories, and methods of human rights research, exploring them from the perspective of differing academic disciplines, including law, social sciences, the humanities, theology, and the natural sciences. Moreover, the Doctoral Programme serves as a platform for the exchange of scientific knowledge and offers an introduction into the world of science to early stage researchers.
A part of the blocked Doctoral Programme takes place as a PhD-workshop in Venice. Participants are given the opportunity to exchange their views with colleagues from other universities and to present their dissertation projects to a broad international audience at this workshops.
Univ.-Prof. Wolfgang Benedek, Institute of International Law and International Relations, European Training and Research Centre for Human Rights and Democracy at the University of Graz (UNI-ETC), REWI – Coordinator
Univ.-Prof. Hans-Ferdinand Angel, Institute of Catechetics and Religious Education, THEO
Ao.Univ.-Prof. Ursula Athenstaedt, Institute of Psychology, NAWI
Dean Univ.-Prof. Christoph Bezemek, Institute of Public Law and Political Science, REWI
Univ.-Prof. Florian Bieber, Centre for Southeast European Studies (CSEES)
Univ. Prof. Lukas Meyer, Institute of Philosophy, GEWI
Ao.Univ.-Prof Gerd Oberleitner, UNESCO Chair on Human Rights and Human Security, UNI-ETC, Institute of International Law and International Relations, REWI
Ao.Univ.-Prof. Karin Maria Schmidlechner, Institute of History, GEWI
Ao.Univ.-Prof. Annette Sprung, Institute of Educational Sciences, URBI
Ao.Univ.-Prof. Richard Sturn, Institute of Public Economics, SOWI
If interested, please submit a brief description of your research project as well as a curriculum vitae to Alma Stankovic (alma.stankovic[at]uni-etc.at) no later than the 5th of March. The preparatory meeting will be held on March 9th at 17:00 o'clock in SR 19.01 at the Uni-ETC premises in the Elisabethstrasse 50b.
We look forward to your application!
Please note: The Doctoral Programme is held in English.