International PhD Scholarship in STS @ YorkU
We have one international PhD scholarship available for anyone interested in
the social, cultural and historical dimensions of science, technology &
innovation. Deadline 15 June.
York University's STS graduate program has a large and diverse membership of
faculty and students, studying an enormous range of topics and disciplines
(e.g. sociology, anthropology, history, psychology, philosophy, cultural
studies, humanities, art & design). Application details:
Students receive funding through a Fellowship and Teaching Assistantship,
and we have a number of entrance scholarships available for PhD students
with a GPA average of A- or better ($3000). Other entrance scholarships are
If you'd like more information then see this leaflet:
Also, please feel free to get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want
Graduate Program Director, Science &
Technology Studies Program
Associate Professor, Department of
Co-Editor, Science as Culture
Editorial Board Member, Science,
Technology, & Human Values
Associate, Innovation Policy Lab,
University of Toronto
4700 Keele Street
Tel.: (+1) 416-736-2100, ext. 30126
Birch, K. (2019)
Neoliberal Bio-economies? The Co-construction of Markets & Natures, Palgrave
Birch, K. (2017)
Agenda for Neoliberalism, Edward Elgar.
Birch, K. et al. (2017)
Business & Society: A Critical Introduction, Zed Books.
Springer, S., Birch, K. and MacLeavy (eds) (2016)
The Handbook of
Birch, K. (2016)
Innovation, Regional Development & the Life Sciences, Routledge.
Birch, K. (2015)
We Have Never Been Neoliberal, Zer0 Books.
Personal website: http://www.keanbirch.net/
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