Applications are invited for a fully funded, three-year PhD position, with a potential fourth year of funding, in environmental history, in the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History at the University of Oslo.
The deadline to submit applications is Tuesday, February 28.
The PhD candidate will join a vibrant and growing research community at the University of Oslo, both in the Climate, Energy and Environment research group in the Department of Archaeology, Conservation, and History, and in the Oslo School of Environmental Humanities.
Research area is open, but projects in Twentieth-Century European (including Eastern European) or Central Asian environmental history, and/or in the history of agriculture, broadly defined, or medicine, health, and environment, may be given priority.
Please find the complete call for applications and submission instructions here: https://www.jobbnorge.no/en/available-jobs/job/235148/doctoral-research-fellowship-in-history.
The position offers excellent conditions, with a salary of NOK 501,200-544,400, or approximately 46,000-50,000€ per year, plus benefits and research funds.
For more information or to discuss potential projects, please email the principal supervisor, Dr Johanna Conterio, firstname.lastname@example.org.