Are you a master's student interested in the philosophical, ethical and legal dimensions of environmental challenges of our time? Check out the Arne Næss stipend.
The Arne Næss Stipends are part of the Arne Næss Programme, and are designed to animate the humanist research on the environment and development at the Centre for Development and the Environment (SUM).
Next call for applications: Late fall 2020.
What do we expect from the applicants?
- must be master's students at the University of Oslo and have good knowledge of English;
- They will constitute a research group at SUM and and meet regularly at the Arne Naess colloquia. The latter include presentations of one’s own work, critical engagement with the work of SUM colleagues, and work on the joint presentation (The Young Researchers’ Challenge’) at the Arne Næss Symposiumin October 2020;
- will assist in organizing the annual Arne Næss Symposium;
- will participate in the course on Environmental Humanities (SUM4030) at SUM;
- will be part of the advisory group of the Arne Næss Programme and attend its meetings.
Applications should include
- 2 pages’ master's thesis project outline, including a short description of research topic, main objectives and theoretical approach;
- 1 page CV;
- Brief description (not more than one page) of your motivation to join the Arne Næss research group.