Posted on behalf of Graham Haughton - apologies for cross-posts.
'Rethinking the spaces and institutions for the governance of flood
ESRC CASE Studentship - collaborating body: Hull City Council
Applications are invited for an ESRC CASE (+3) Studentship in the
Departments of Geography and History at the University of Hull, in
partnership with Hull City Council. Candidates need a recognised research
masters degree or equivalent experience. Stipends are at the standard ESRC-
CASE level, currently £16,300.
The studentship will involve a critical examination of the institutional
failings associated with the 2007 floods in Hull. It will also explore
the subsequent reworking of governance arrangements at various scales and
the planning arrangements for future flood events.
Informal enquiries should be made to Prof Graham Haughton
([log in to unmask]), Prof Greg Bankoff ([log in to unmask]) or Prof
Tom Coulthard ([log in to unmask]).
Closing date for applications is 16th June 2008. Further details of the
post and instructions on how to apply are available from:
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