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Title
Rare Breed Cattle Farming in Australia in the Climate Change Era PhD Scholarship
Description

This PhD project will examine the values and practices of rare breed cattle farmers, and the challenges they face in their critical conservation work. With a focus on both beef and dairy breeds, the successful candidate will have autonomy to pursue conceptual and theoretical trajectories of their own design, using data from ethnographic research that is to be conducted on at least 4 Australian farms. This PhD stipend is funded by and forms part of a larger project on rare breed farming led by Dr Catie Gressier. Further information can be found at: https://www.uwa.edu.au/projects/raising-rare-breeds

Payment type
Fortnightly Stipend
Value
$30000
Value unit
Per annum
Basis of award
Academic Achievement
Eligibility

Our ideal candidate will have a first class Honours or Masters degree in Anthropology, Sociology, Human Geography or related discipline, and experience conducting qualitative research. Interested applicants should contact Dr Catie Gressier catie.gressier@uwa.edu.au before applying.

The project manager reserves the right to make an appointment before the closing date if a suitable applicant is found.

Nationality
Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent Resident, International
Study area
Anthropology and Sociology, Social Sciences
Commencement date
01/05/2020
Applications open
07/02/2020
Applications close
31/03/2020
Tenable At
UWA Only
Currently available
Yes
Application status
Open