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University of Reading Anthropology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 5 University of Reading Anthropology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  38+ SeNSS ESRC-Funded Student-led Studentships Available
38+ SeNSS ESRC-Funded Student-led Studentships Available. SeNSS is offering student-led funded studentships for the 2019/20 academic year, in 13 social science disciplines across 10 universities with exceptional reputations for doctoral training and research.
  Seven SeNSS ESRC-Funded Supervisor-led Studentships Available
SeNSS is offering 7 funded studentships for the 2019-20 academic year. Research Project SeNSS Pathway SeNSS University. Parental mindfulness.
  Evolutionary Perspectives on Medicinal Plant Use
  Prof J A Hawkins
Applications accepted all year round
This project encompasses 1. evolutionary aspects of medicinal plant use and 2. authentication. You will collect DNA sequence data at the level of a whole flora and at the level of a genus.
  Architectural Atmospheres: Tools, Methods and Design Processes - what agents and processes are brought into play to make the notion of atmosphere operational in defining new tools and design methodologies
  Dr I Wieczorek, Prof F B Samuel
Applications accepted all year round
This PhD is open to those who wish to explore and promote the sensory dimension of the built environment and, particularly, to evaluate and critically reflect on the notion of ambiance/atmosphere (as a spatial phenomenon) and its importance for the design of lived space, and thus, its implications for architectural production.
  Investigating Hypermasculinity in the Construction Industry
  Dr Dylan Tutt, Assoc Prof F Phua
Applications accepted all year round
Construction remains one of the most male-dominated industries in the UK, with men making up 85.5% of the total workforce, including 98% of all manual workers.
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