A stipend is available for a PhD candidate for 3.5 years to undertake research 
on embodied identity and social justice at the University of Tasmania. The 
candidate will research a topic that proposes to undertake analysis of socially 
salient identity at the junction where corporeal experience and social 
imaginings converge to produce meaning-generating narratives and compelling 
normative expectations. (The proposed philosophical framework is open, however, 
the project will have its foundations in feminist philosophy.)

There is a three-step application process: 1. Select your project, and check 
you meet the eligibility and selection criteria; 2. contact the Primary 
Supervisor, Dr Louise Richardson-Self 
(louise.richardsons...@utas.eu.au<mailto:louise.richardsons...@utas.eu.au>), to 
discuss your suitability and the project's requirements; and 3. submit an 
application by 27 March 2023. Candidates will also need to follow the normal 
admissions procedures for higher-degree research at UTAS. (More information 
about this project and how to apply can be accessed here: 

Dr Louise Richardson-Self
Philosophy & Gender Studies | School of Humanities
University of Tasmania
Humanities Building, Room 365
Sandy Bay TAS 7005
Check out some of my latest research here!
Hate Speech Against Women Online: Concepts and Countermeasures 

Becoming Cisgender 

Analysing Principled Resistance to Affirmative Action 

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