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Macquarie Universitesi'nin "everyday Multiculturalism" Başlıklı Doktora Bursu Hakkındaki Duyurusu , 13.04.2012

Macquarie Universitesi'nden Başkonsolosluğumuza gönderilen bır duyuruda Avustralya vatandaşlarına ya da Avustralya'da sürekli oturma iznine sahip kişilere "Everyday Multiculturalism at Work" başlığı altında doktora bursu verileceği bildirilmektedir.


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PhD SCHOLARSHIP – EVERYDAY MULTICULTURALISM
A Macquarie University PhD scholarship (MQRES) is available in the Department of Sociology affiliated with an Australian Research Council Discovery Grant DP120101157 entitled “Everyday Multiculturalism at Work”.
A PhD candidate is sought to work on a topic related to this project. The exact thesis topic can be negotiated and interdisciplinary approaches are welcome. The candidate will work under the supervision of Drs Velayutham and Wise.
Interested candidates must be Australian (or New Zealand) citizens or have permanent Australian residency status to qualify for a full scholarship, including living allowance stipend. International Candidates may be considered for a tuition only (no stipend) scholarship. Candidates should have either an honours or a master's degree in sociology, cultural studies, anthropology, human geography, or a closely related discipline. They should have a strong interest in theoretically informed qualitative research, ideally some past research experience, and an excellent academic record.
Candidates will be required to develop their own independent PhD project entailing fieldwork based research in either (both) Singapore or Australia in one or more of the following topics:
  • Everyday Multiculturalism, conviviality and negotiating everyday difference in suburbia
  • Everyday Diversity in global cities
  • Everyday racism
  • Ethnicity, identity, and everyday multiculturalism in the workplace
  • Inter-ethnic solidarity and conflict in the workplace, and/or through unions
  • Migrant (and transnational migrant) labour
  • New immigrants and work in Singapore
  • Working class cosmopolitanism
  • ‘White’ attitudes towards and experiences of multiculturalism in Australia
Interested prospective applicants should contact, in the first instance, either Selvaraj Velayutham or Amanda with a short (3-5 pages) research proposal and an academic writing sample prior to submitting a formal application form.
The 2012 MQRES full-time stipend rate is $23,728 pa tax exempt for 3.5 years.
Prospective PhD applicants should have a first class Honours degree or equivalence, and for scholarship holders, additional relevant research experience and/or qualifications in line with the University's scholarship rating guidelines. Refer to Scholarship Requirements for further information about this.
Applicants will need to complete a candidature/scholarship application form and arrange for two academic referee reports to be submitted to the Higher Degree Research Office. Refer to the Applications page for further application instructions. Macquarie University will advise the successful applicant of entitlements at the time of scholarship offer.
Contact Selvaraj Velayutham email: Selvaraj.velayutham@mq.edu.au or phone: 61 2 9850 4426, or Amanda Wise, email: Amanda.wise@mq.edu.au or phone: 61 2 9850 8835.
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Dr Amanda Wise, Senior Research Fellow, Department of Sociology, Macquarie University NSW 2109. Phone 9850-8835




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