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Université de Naples
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PhD Program in Global History and Governance
Host Institution: Scuola Superiore Meridionale at the University of Naples Federico II, Napoli (Italy)
Six 4-year doctoral fellowships are available at the newly instituted Scuola Superiore Meridionale in Naples (Italy) for the academic year 2019-2020
Scholarship amount: € 19,000.00 per year;
50% increase of the scholarship for research abroad;
Up to 20% of the scholarship in research funds per year.
Starting date: 1 November 2019
The Program: The PhD in Global History and Governance is an advanced research degree at the end of which each student must defend a dissertation based on independent and original academic research.
The course offers a multi-disciplinary training program based on history and law and open to contributions from other disciplines, such as economics, political science and political philosophy. The program focuses on the comparison, connections and processes of globalization that have characterized different areas of the planet since the first epoch of global imperialism and does so by focusing on the relational dimension of historical processes, legal regimes and the organization of power, on the interdependencies between economic, political, juridical, cultural and social factors and on the circulation, exchange and interconnection of ideas, people, institutions, legal cultures, political models, concepts, rights and goods on a global scale.
Candidates must possess a MA/MS degree by October 30, 2019 and an excellent command of English; They must present a research project in a subject relevant to the PhD program.
Required Application Materials:
- Online application form (and a € 50 fee payment for Italian citizens only); - Copy of an ID document;
- CV (max 2 pages);
- Master’s degree thesis (plus abstract);
- Copy of publications, if present;
- Two letters of recommendation;
- A research proposal (max 3,500 words).
Application deadline: September 2, 2019, 12:00 (CET)