ESR13 will be employed by the University of Belgrade and enrolled on the PhD programme at University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy, and will write their thesis on a topic related to LGBTQ and anti-LGBTQ social movements in CEE, supervised by Prof. Isidora Jarić and Dr. Haris Dajč University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy and by colleagues at Corvinus University of Budapest. Further information about the PhD project is below:
Title: : LGBTQ and anti-LGBTQ social movements in CEE
Objectives: Against the backdrop of homophobic political discourse coming from politicians, particularly from right-wing populists, the media and the Church, the media and the Church, ESR13 will investigate the strategies of public representations used by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) social movements in CEE and how these strategies support the political articulation of their societal, (sub)cultural and ideological interests.
Expected results: ESR 13’s research will demonstrate the key factors fuelling homophobia in CEE as well as the relative success of the strategies of LGBTQ social movements to counter intolerance. Planned secondment(s): In Year 2 ESR13 will spend 10 months at Corvinus University of Budapest and at the Amnesty International, Budapest.
Duties & Responsibilities
1. Undertake postgraduate research in support of the agreed doctoral research project.
2. Work closely with the academic supervisors to ensure the compatibility of the individual project with the overall goals of FATIGUE.
3. Present and publish research to both academic and non-academic audiences.
4. Attend and participate in academic and non-academic conferences, events and seminars.
5. Attend and participate in all training events and supervisory meetings.
6. Be seconded to other network partners as necessary to fulfil the grant obligations.
7. Prepare progress reports and similar documents on research for funding bodies, as required.
8. Contribute to the delivery and management of the wider Programme, including attending and participating in programme committee meetings.
9. Undertake any other relevant duties as directed by the Programme Director and Scientist-in-Charge
Applications close on 28 February 2018 and interviews are anticipated to be held in early April 2018.
More information: esr13_job_description_ub-18.1.2018