There are 3 x 3 year PhD studentships (fees and living expenses) in the area of “Responsibility to Protect and Prosecute. Its Problems and Alternatives.” These are available to start in the academic year 2014/15. These are funded by the ESRC and supervised by the White Rose Doctoral Training Centre. Supervision will be coordinated across the White Rose Doctoral Training Centre involving the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York. The deadline for applications is February 14, 2014. PhD students working in this area at Leeds, Sheffield and York canbe integrated into the existing White Rose Collaborative Network on R2P and the existing ESRC Seminar Series Network on R2P.
Jason Ralph (Leeds) is PI and lead coordinator of the network of supervisors, which includes Garrett Brown (Sheffield), Russell Buchan (Sheffield), Adrian Gallagher (Leeds) Edward Newman (Leeds), Nick Ritchie (York) and Lars Waldorf (York).
Students are encouraged to apply for one studentship only (see below). Applicants must complete the ESRC WR DTC Studentship Application form of the Institution that hosts the Principal Supervisor of the studentship as listed below. The completed form (must be typed) should be returned in either Word or pdf format to the Postgraduate Scholarships Office of the Institution of the Principal Supervisor as listed below. Further details of the award and how to apply can be found here
Moral Progress and its Political Limits: ‘Common Humanity’ as a Driver of State Behaviour. Advertised on Jobs.ac.uk
Moral Progress and its Political Limits. Liberal responsibilities in an age of shifting international power balances. (click on link for details of the project)
Apply using the University of Leeds ESRC WR DTC Studentship Application Form (click here for application form). Apply to: Helen Philpott email@example.com and the School of Politics and International Studies, University of Leeds AND University of Leeds Postgraduate Scholarship Office Marjorie & Arnold Ziff Building, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 14 February 2014.
Moral Progress and its Political Limits: Alternative Forms of Intervention