PhD Opportunity – Interfaith Movement in Australia
About The Event
Call for Applications
University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia
The College of Arts, Law & Education, School of Social Sciences of the University of Tasmania is offering a 3-year fully funded PhD scholarship for an Honors or equivalent graduate in Sociology and Criminology. This scholarship provides $27,082 per annum (2018 rate) living allowance for 3 years, with a possible 6-month extension.
This project is one part of a larger ARC Discovery project on religious diversity in Australia led by Douglas Ezzy (University of Tasmania), Gary Bouma (Monash University), Greg Barton and Anna Halafoff (both from Deakin University).
The PhD project involves a study of the interfaith movement in Australia, focusing on evaluating their impact on responses to religious diversity.
The project involves research with leaders and activists in the Australian interfaith movement about the benefits of and challenges faced in their activities and their experience of liaising with state actors, including police and the media.
Applicants should contact Professor Douglas Ezzy at the School of Social Sciences (Douglas.Ezzy@utas.edu.au) for more information and to discuss their suitability for the project.
More information at: Multifaith Education Australia
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