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8 June 2012 Issue

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Networks
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Jobs
Calls for Papers
Studentships

NETWORKS

H-Net –

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“Over the last few years, I’ve compiled a fairly large number of resources and points of advice that I offer [undergraduate] students. While some of the advice is biased by the particular field (psychology) and degree-type (PhD at a US research intensive institution) I have chosen, I think that there are some common elements that can be adapted to any field.”

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PhD posts Umeå


For students interested in a PhD-post in the very north of Sweden: There is one in religion, and others in other subjects of the humanities if one looks into the URL below.

http://www8.umu.se/umu/aktuellt/arkiv/lediga_tjanster/313-23-35-12b.html

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Something which is becoming increasingly important for early career researchers is developing a publishing strategy. This event should be of relevance… for more information, please see the ESA website.

European Sociological Association PhD Summer School 2012:

Doing Research in the Midst of Social Change – Developing

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