Three-year PhD scholarship based in France and India

July 01, 2024 6:20 PM | John Curtis (Administrator)

PhD scholarship. Social inequalities and regional effect: unraveling the factors of gender discrimination in India.

Gender discrimination is still prevalent in India. This project will analyze gender inequalities in India from an intersectional perspective. The aim is to understand the role of social composition (such as castes, religions, socioeconomic groups) and spatial differentiation in producing these inequalities. The project will explore factors associated with the spatial clustering of gender discrimination in India.

The post, affiliated with the University of Strasbourg, will be based part-time in Strasbourg, France, and part-time in New Delhi, India, and will be organized in rotating terms. Ideally, the PhD project should start in September 2024 (or by October 2024 at the latest). The deadline for application is the 11th of July 2024.

For complete details on the opening and to apply, see the online notice.


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