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: https://www.utas.edu.au/research/degrees/available-projects/projects/humanities/embodied-identity-and-social-justice/_nocache.) Dr Louise Richardson-Self Lecturer 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 (2021)<https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781538147795/Hate-Speech-Against-Women-Online-Concepts-and-Countermeasures> Becoming Cisgender (2022)<https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/jtsb.12354> Analysing Principled Resistance to Affirmative Action (2021)<https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14680777.2021.1986847> This email is confidential, and is for the intended recipient only. Access, disclosure, copying, distribution, or reliance on any of it by anyone outside the intended recipient organisation is prohibited and may be a criminal offence. Please delete if obtained in error and email confirmation to the sender. The views expressed in this email are not necessarily the views of the University of Tasmania, unless clearly intended otherwise.
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